Grave of 'real-life Asterix' who fought Caesar found amid trove of weapons and possessions in West S

The grave of a real-life Asterix containing what is believed to be an ancient Gallic warrior who came to Britain and fought Julius Caesar has been discovered, archaeologists have announced.

Beth Chapman Gets Real About Cancer in Dog's Most Wanted Teaser

Dog the Bounty Hunter also addresses his wife’s health in new first look

Swedish prosecutors drop investigation into man in fight with A$AP Rocky

Swedish prosecutors have dropped their investigation of a man they say was involved in a fight with American rapper A$AP Rocky.

Snakes seeking water during UK heatwave could become trapped in garden netting, say experts

Wildlife experts have warned this week’s hot weather could see an increase in snakes becoming trapped in garden netting as the reptiles seek out food and water.

Forget the howls of injustice, Real Madrid are RIGHT to dump injury-prone misfit Bale

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has been labeled a “disgrace” for announcing that Gareth Bale is set to leave the club, but the Frenchman is right to dump the injury-prone forward as he undertakes a Bernabeu rebuild.

Francisco Lindor’s Home Run Shows Ball Is Juiced, Critics Say

An awkward swing produced a fairly mighty blast and further stoked an MLB controversy.

Spurs offer Eriksen to Atletico Madrid as he waits on Man Utd and Real bids

Is Man Utd a step up from Spurs?

Africa could be about to benefit from dovish policy shifts in the US, experts predict

Central bankers across Africa are paying special attention to the noises coming out of the U.S. Federal Reserve as they mull impending calls on monetary policy easing.

Johnson & Johnson faces a crucial hearing Monday over thousands of talc baby powder lawsuits

A US judge presiding over multidistrict litigation alleging J&J's talc baby powder causes ovarian cancer starts hearing from experts Monday.

Bailiffs ordered to wear body cameras in crackdown on aggressive behaviour

Charities say plans ‘not nearly’ enough to protect people from intimidation by unregulated debt collection enforcers

Islamic extremists detonate car bomb in Somalia, killing 10, police say

A car bomb by Islamic extremists in Somalia's capital on Monday has killed at least 10 people, say police.

Wetherspoons becomes first business to ditch receipts as they say practice is outdated, creates wast

Wetherspoons has become the first large business to stop using receipts after customers complained of mess and the waste of paper.

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