Plans to classify female athletes by their testosterone levels "contravene international human rights" says the United Nations Human Rights Council. Olympic 800m champion Semenya, 28, is challenging the
Manchester Thunder moved three points clear at the top of the Netball Superleague table with a dramatic 50-49 victory over title rivals Wasps in round 11 of the season. And Loughborough Lightning left
Nigeria is Africa's largest producer of oil and natural gas yet about half of the country’s population has no access to electricity, and those that do face daily power cuts that can last for hours on Meet
Rosana Garcia used to play violin for a philharmonic orchestra in Venezuela, but now she is busking on the streets of Bogota. She left Venezuela with some of the other musicians because of the worsening
Brexit continues to dominate the European headlines. For the foreign correspondents covering the EU in Brussels it has almost become the only story they have time to cover. Two of them tell us what’s been
Belfast Amputee Football Club is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland. It is encouraging amputees of all ages and abilities to take up football and get involved in sport. Video journalist: Jordan
Billy Dodds says he was taken aback by the "toxic" atmosphere as Scotland beat San Marino 2-0 in Euro 2020 qualifying. The 3,000 travelling support booed manager Alex McLeish and chanted "Sack the board"
Trump 'did not conspire with Russia' After two years of investigation, the Mueller Report has concluded that Donald Trump's election campaign did not conspire with Russia. The report - which is not yet