Wales were held to a goalless draw by Israel at the Cardiff City Stadium in a Euro 2016 qualifier this evening.
China's National Bureau of Statistics on Monday revised down 2014 gross domestic product (GDP) growth to 7.3 percent from a previously reported 7.4 percent.
Deflation is not a large threat in 2015, the head of Italy's central bank told CNBC, but warned of "very, very low inflation" ahead.
Going into the fourth round of the US Open, Andy Murray and Roger Federer still look likely semi-final opponents, but their journeys have been vastly different and the Swiss, who has not dropped a set, would start a slight favourite.
Celtic and Leeds United players have made an elite list on the upcoming FIFA 16 game, along with Crystal Palace, Arsenal and Everton attackers.
Serena Williams’ historic pursuit of the calendar grand slam was transformed into an emotionally supercharged family affair the world No1 could certainly have done without on Sunday.
The New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey has responded to widespread criticism that he would not pitch for his team, should they make the playoffs.
The new leader of the Labour party will be “validly” elected, Harriet Harman has said as she called on MPs and party members to unite behind the winning candidate.
The government is braced for a bumpy ride in the House of Commons, as eurosceptic Conservatives prepared to rebel against a series of government amendments to the EU referendum bill.
In one of his many polemics against life’s irritants, Half Man Half Biscuit’s Nigel Blackwell rails against “opinionated weather forecasters telling me it’s going to be a miserable day”.
Michael Clarke will enjoy one last Test match as the Australia captain before retirement, and while sentimentality has not always been the Australian way, the circumstances of this tour make it understandable.
Russell Brand has endorsed Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour leadership race.