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Kurtley Beale dropped by Australia after alleged aeroplane bust-up
An ARU staff member has also flown home from Argentina following the row.
VIDEO: Ugly scenes as fan invades pitch during Mayo-Kerry clash
There was also a similarly unpleasant at the end of the game involving a garda.
US shuts its embassy in Libya and evacuates staff amid violent clashes
A spokesperson said the decision to leave the embassy had not been taken lightly.
Obamacare on the rocks? Controversial law hits major court setback
The ruling means many low and middle-income people could face price hikes.
Pamplona bull run sends seven to hospital
A 33-year-old Spanish man dislocated his right shoulder and another three suffered bruises and cuts.
Struggling with your mental health, but don't know where to turn? This can help
Mental Health Reform says people are unsure of where to go next when they or a loved one first start to experience a mental health difficulty.
Bayern Munich president admits he hid €18.5m from the taxman
Uli Hoeness stashed away the money in a secret Swiss bank account during years of obsessive stock “gambling”.
Birmingham owner Yeung jailed for six years
Judge Douglas Yau said the sentence sent a strong message against white-collar crime in the southern Chinese city.
Conor Cusack subjected to homophobic slur, says he feels 'empathy' for victimisers
The hurler spoke about his experiences on The Late Late Show.
Bayern boss Hoeness hopeful of avoiding jail
The 61-year-old has said he will work tirelessly to convince the court of his innocence.
Former Milan enforcer Gattuso under investigation for match-fixing
The ex-Italy international is in trouble for potential links to ‘criminals with intent to commit sporting fraud.’
Italian team forfeits match over death threats
With just 21 minutes gone of their Salerno derby against Salernitana, Nocerina had lost eight players to “injury”.
WATCH: The Rubberbandits talk about Halloween
The Limerick lads tell you all about the Halloweens of their childhood.
Australia drop James O'Connor following flight allegations
Winger failed to “uphold the behavioural and cultural standards” of the team, coach Ewen McKenzie said.
Wallabies star James O'Connor thrown out of Perth Airport
The winger was allegedly intoxicated when he was not allowed to board a flight.
No joke: Kyle Walker in trouble for inhaling laughing gas
Meanwhile the FA have released a statement expressing their support for the player.
12 incredible reasons for getting a detention
If you’re going to get in trouble, it might as well be for a brilliant reason.
Liverpool's Raheem Sterling will go on trial for allegedly assaulting girlfriend
The 18-year-old star was arrested and held in cells for the night.
Paul Ince: 'Has someone got to be stabbed before we listen?'
A steward was trampled by a police horse as crowd trouble marred last night’s Capital One Cup game between Preston and Blackpool.
Manchester City players celebrated Roberto Mancini's sacking - reports
One player is alleged to have asked “can we put the champagne on ice yet?” in anticipation of the Italian’s sacking.
Two GAA players released from hospital after violence at club game
A spokesperson for Naomh Conaill told that the player was “badly bruised” following the incident.
Ronnie O'Sullivan in fresh row as he eyes final
He finished Friday’s play leading Judd Trump 14-10 in their best of 33-frame semi-final
FIFA confirm Sepp Blatter's Twitter account was hacked
A series of increasingly unusual tweets prompted the site’s users to become suspicious.
6 celebrity arrests that may surprise you
Bruno Mars and Hugh Grant are a bit bolder than you’d expect.
Bud, the police horse punched by an idiot Newcastle fan yesterday, is fine
Twenty-nine fans were arrested following yesterday’s Premier League clash between Sunderland and Newcastle.
WATCH: 'This is silly, Seb' - Vettel wins Malaysian Grand Prix in controversial fashion
The German ace went wheel-to-wheel with his stablemate.
'Newcastle fans' disrupted game by dropping trou, damaging nets and goalposts
A Sunday League side has accused Newcastle fans of trouble ahead of their game against Wigan last weekend.
VIDEO: Darren Randolph facing 2-match ban for Paterson clash
The Motherwell and Republic of Ireland keeper clashed with Hearts striker Callum Paterson on Saturday.
VIDEO: A football match was called off after a fan threw a firecracker at the goalie
It appears the firecracker hit goalkeeper Juan Olave in the ear.
Hulk's sister 'kidnapped' in Brazil - reports
The player’s mother was quoted by the daily Correio as saying that the family are “waiting for a contact”.
200 arrested in Dortmund riot, eight police hurt
A group of 600 Schalke fans were attacked by masked Dortmund supporters this evening.
Snooker: Lee suspended in 'betting' probe
The star was already the subject of an investigation by the WPBSA in 2010.
VIDEO: Top Russian match abandoned after crowd violence
Police said that 20 fans were arrested before Wednesday’s cup match between Dinamo Moscow and Torpedo Moscow
Arsenal's Andre Santos arrested for dangerous driving
The Brazilian left-back was detained near the club’s training ground last Friday morning.
Update: Mayo GAA confirm Mortimer’s departure from panel
The corner forward was not at training last night and his exit for personal reasons has now been confirmed.
Euro 2012: 184 arrested in Warsaw violence
Authorities described last night’s Group A match between Poland and Russia as the city’s “greatest ever” security challenge.
Rajin': Rondo ejected as Hawks take playoff opener
VIDEO: Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo could be hit with a suspension after he barged a referee during last night’s defeat against Atlanta.
Cavan players urge manager Andrews to quit
The players’ suggestions will reportedly be considered at a county board meeting on Thursday.
Ulster's Afoa cited for alleged 'tip tackle' on Jones
The incident, which happened early in the second half of Sunday’s quarter-final, went unpunished by referee Romain Poite.
Boat race protester charged with public order offence
Trenton Oldfield, 35, is due to appear in court later this month after he swam out in front of the boats during yesterday’s race.