• Correction: Turkey-Twitter story

    LONDON (AP) — In a story March 15 about Twitter hijackings, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a security expert. His name is Javvad Malik, not Javid Malik.

  • Pogba injured as Man United advances in Europa League

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Manchester United’s progress to the Europa League quarterfinals came at a cost after Paul Pogba hobbled off with a hamstring injury in the 1-0 win over Rostov on Thursday.

  • With British farce, J.J. Abrams makes his Broadway debut

    NEW YORK (AP) — Seeking a break from green screens and lightsabers while shooting “The Force Awakens” outside London, J.J. Abrams decided to catch a play.

  • 34-year-old Jermain Defoe recalled to England squad

    LONDON (AP) — Jermain Defoe was recalled to the England squad at the age of 34 on Thursday, more than three years after last playing for the national team.

  • UK grants 1st license to make babies using DNA from 3 people

    LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Newcastle University says its scientists have received a license to create babies using DNA from three people to prevent women from passing on potentially fatal genetic diseases to their children — the first time such approval has been granted.

  • Fact to fiction: Boris Johnson’s father pens Brexit thriller

    LONDON (AP) — In the thriller “Kompromat,” a political earthquake is shaking Britain and the European Union, a populist tide is sweeping the West and a resurgent Russia is pulling invisible strings around the world.

  • Manager Karanka leaves relegation-threatened Middlesbrough

    MIDDLESBROUGH, England (AP) — Aitor Karanka left Middlesbrough on Thursday after more than three years in charge with the club fighting relegation from the Premier League.

  • Horse dies at Cheltenham Festival; Shock in feature race

    CHELTENHAM, England (AP) — The second day of the Cheltenham Festival was marred by the death of a horse in the first race Wednesday.