• England beats Barbarians 28-14 in warmup for Argentina tour

    LONDON (AP) — England scored three tries as a weakened team containing eight uncapped players beat the Barbarians 28-14 on Sunday in a final workout before a rugby tour to Argentina next month.

  • Manchester attack transforms Britain’s election campaign

    LONDON (AP) — Until a week ago, two things were widely agreed about Britain’s upcoming general election: it was producing the dullest campaign in recent memory and the result was a foregone conclusion. It would be a coronation march for Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May.

  • UK: Manchester attack investigation still at ‘full tilt’

    LONDON (AP) — Britain’s interior minister says the hunt is still on for suspects in the Manchester bombing, and members of attacker Salman Abedi’s network may still be at large.

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  • Arsenal beats Chelsea to win third FA Cup in 4 seasons

    LONDON (AP) — Arsene Wenger’s turbulent year ended with a third FA Cup success in four seasons after Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 to deny the English Premier League champion a double on Saturday.

  • Celtic secures trophy treble, ends Scottish season unbeaten

    GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — Celtic completed a trophy treble in Scottish soccer and finished the domestic season undefeated after beating Aberdeen 2-1 in the Scottish Cup final thanks to an injury-time goal on Saturday.

  • Armed police guarding FA Cup final after Manchester bomb

    LONDON (AP) — Prince William laid a wreath on the Wembley Stadium pitch before a minute’s silence to honor the victims of the Manchester bomb ahead of the FA Cup final on Saturday.

  • UK lowers terror threat level to ‘severe’ as more arrested

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Britain reduced its terrorism threat level a notch, from “critical” to “severe,” as authorities said major progress has been made in unravelling the plot behind the Manchester bombing. More arrests are expected.

  • Bombing puts British security officials on back foot again

    LONDON (AP) — There were plenty of warning signs before Salman Abedi unleashed carnage at Manchester Arena.

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