Brazilian club Chapecoense is awarded the Copa Sudamericana championship by the governing body of South American football after losing most of its players in an air crash last week.
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter loses his appeal against a six-year ban for ethics violations, imposed amid the biggest corruption scandal to shake the world soccer body, the Court of Arbitration for Sport says.
Smokers trying to quit could be offered a Tasmanian-developed mobile game to make the difficult business fun and exciting, and help them over the crucial first few weeks.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is to visit Pearl Harbour this month with US President Barack Obama, becoming his country's first leader to travel to the site of the Japanese attack 75 years ago that drew the United States into World War II.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces his candidacy for next year's presidential election, saying he will step down from his current job to focus on his bid.
The British Government launches a Supreme Court battle over who has the power to trigger the formal process of leaving the European Union, seeking to overturn a legal ruling that could derail its Brexit strategy.