(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest.1. The Congressional Baseball Game for Charity will go on as planned tonight, imbued with new meaning and amid heavy security, above, after the attack on the Republican team’s practice on Wednesday morning.
Desperate to halt the cholera crisis afflicting Yemen, Unicef has taken the unusual step of paying the country’s doctors and nurses, who have not received salaries in months.
With the champions of the world’s footballing regions about to face off in Russia, we take a look at what to expect from the upcoming Confederations Cup.
Rory Best, Judy Murray and Brian Noble are among a number of UK sportsmen and women to be recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
England opened their European U21 Championship campaign with a goalless draw against Sweden in Group A. It was a reminder of the size of the task facing Aidy Boothroyd’s side in Poland, writes Nick Wright.
LONDON — For the fourth time in 12 weeks I marked myself safe on Facebook. In Britain. It was Wednesday morning, and Londoners had reason to be a bit optimistic. Borough Market, a lively bar and restaurant district near the Thames, was reopening, less than two weeks after terrorists dressed in fake suicide bombs went on a stabbing rampage.
Aidy Boothroyd says he expects England U21s to play better next time out following their 0-0 draw against Sweden in U21 Euros.