The BBC's Sports Personality of the Year award is rarely won by a team player, but Wimbledon champ Andy Murray may not be a shoo-in.
Watch an extended online edition of Channel 4 News at midday covering the loss of the former South African president and anti-apartheid revolutionary, Nelson Mandela, who has died at the age of 95.
The number of refugees fleeing Syria's civil war has topped two million, the UN's refugee agency says, in what it is calling the "great tragedy of this century".
David Beckham says he is "fortunate to have realised his dreams" as he bows out of professional football.
The editor and deputy editor of the People, and two former Mirror Group journalists, are arrested by police investigating alleged phone hacking.
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The phrase coined by Margaret Thatcher: "There is no alternative"- or Tina for short - has been revived by David Cameron when talking about deficit reduction. But Lib Dem Vince Cable argues otherwise.
Paris St Germain are the new petro-dollar fuelled kids on Uefa's block, writes Sports Correspondent Keme Nzerem, as David Beckham prepares to join the French club.