Argentina striker Lionel Messi will miss Tuesday's 2018 World Cup qualifier away to Venezuela with a groin problem, national team coach Edgardo Bauza confirmed on Friday. "Unfortunately, he [Messi] won't be able to play. We can't take any risks. We spoke with the doctor and it is the sensible thing to do. It must be treated, we must take care of him," Bauza told reporters at the team's training base in Buenos Aires. Messi made a triumphant return after his short-lived international retirement.
Britain's Kyle Edmund beats John Isner and will face 2015 champion Novak Djokovic in the US Open fourth round.
The Premiership rugby union season begins on Friday, with Saracens looking to win the title for a third consecutive year.
The spectacular journey of the Bangladesh girls on a football plain is not a story of rags to riches.
Fourth seed Rafa Nadal showed he is healthy and ready to challenge for a third US Open title as he rolled into the last 16 at Flushing Meadows on Friday with a fist-pumping 6-1 6-4 6-2 win over Russian Andrey Kuznetsov.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic reached the US Open last 16 in just 32 minutes Friday when Mikhail Youzhny retired at 2-4 down in the first set of their third round clash.
Usain Bolt cracks joke crossing finish line
Usain Bolt joked with competitor Andre De Grasse during the 200-meter semifinals.
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Usain Bolt's smile cracks up the Internet

Erin Burnett Out Front
The fastest human has a quick smile. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports Usain Bolt's smile cracks up the Internet.
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JONATHAN McEVOY AT MONZA: Jenson Button has announced that he will stand down from Formula One driving for the 2017 season, although stopped short of announcing his retirement at the age of 36.

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BBC Pop Up: Communal twist on Russian weekend escape

2 September 2016 Last updated at 02:29 BST

At a dacha commune near Moscow, residents relax and entertain the BBC Pop Up team.

BBC Pop Up, the company's travelling bureau, has relocated to Russia for a month in order to film stories suggested by their viewers.

Get involved with Pop Up now through their website and send your story ideas to them via Twitter using #bbcpopup or by email at bbcpopup@bbc.co.uk.

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Searching for 'the rarest bird in the world'

5 July 2016 Last updated at 08:20 BST

More than a quarter of a century ago a British expedition unearthed a unique bird's wing in the mud of the plains of Ethiopia.

It was the only evidence of the existence of the Nechisar Nightjar - a species of bird that had never been seen before.

This wing became a totem for devoted birdwatchers like the Vernon Head from South Africa, who set off on a mission to find the elusive bird.
Dutchman Robert Gesink won the stage, while Britain's Simon Yates finished fifth to move fourth overall after a stunning ride up the Col d'Aubisque.

Yates finished more than a minute ahead of Froome and Quintana, who were having their own battle on the mountain.

Quintana was unable to break Froome though and they finished together.

It was a fascinating finish to the 196km stage from Urdax-Dantxarinea, which featured four mountain climbs, with Colombian Quintana and Briton Froome riding the first half of the final ascent relatively serenely.

Quintana made the first move with around