• BBC Sport

    Champions League final: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah suffers suspected dislocated shoulder

    Mohamed Salah's injury in Liverpool's Champions League final defeat is "serious" according to Jurgen Klopp, but Egypt are confident he will be fit for the World Cup. Salah left the pitch in tears after being pulled down by Real captain Sergio Ramos in the Reds' 3-1 defeat. "It's a really serious injury," said Klopp. "He is in the hospital for an X-ray. It's either the collarbone or the shoulder itself. It doesn't look good." But the Egyptian FA tweeted that Salah had his X-ray, showing he had a "sprain in the shoulder ligaments" and that it was "optimistic" he would be fit for the Russia tournament, which starts on 14 June. Salah, who has scored 44 goals for the club this season, tried to carry

  • CNN

    Women's arrests cast doubt on Saudi Crown Prince's reforms

    One Saudi activist who previously supported the Crown Prince's ambitious reform agenda said he has felt disillusioned by him in recent weeks, canceling plans to return to the kingdom. Others staunchly opposed to the Crown Prince have said that the crackdown has "exposed the myth" of the reform agenda. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May greets Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman outside 10 Downing Street on March 7, 2018. The arrests come on the heels of Mohammed bin Salman's month-long tour of Western countries, where he was billed as a modernizer spearheading change in the ultra-conservative kingdom. They also come in the run-up to June 24, when Saudi Arabia is set to lift a notorious

  • BBC News

    Your pictures of Scotland

    A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 18 and 25 May. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics All images are copyrighted.

  • BBC News

    Ariana Grande gets bee tattoo

    Ariana Grande has posted a picture of her new bee tattoo, a symbol of Manchester. This week the city marked the one year anniversary of the terror attack at the Manchester Arena where 22 people died, shortly after Ariana came off stage. To remember the victims, thousands of people have had a bee inked on their body. Ariana has followed suit and captioned her post: forever. For many Mancunians, the bee represents both hard work and working together. The symbol comes from the era of the Industrial Revolution when Manchester's factories were often referred to as beehives. It was used because workers there were so busy and productive, and in 1842 the bee was officially incorporated into the Manchester

  • BBC News

    Fox catches rabbit, then eagle swoops in

    A mid-air tug of war ensued, above San Juan Island in the US state of Washington.

  • Al Jazeera

    Abu Dhabi's problem with the Muslim Brotherhood

    In March 2011, buoyed by the revolutions sweeping the region, a group of 132 Emirati intellectuals and activists petitioned President Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to institute reforms. Days later, the government they petitioned deployed hundreds of police officers to Bahrain, where they joined a contingent of Saudi troops to end an uprising on the island kingdom. It was the first of several Saudi-Emirati measures to rein in the "advances" of the Arab Spring and eliminate critical voices that questioned their rule. By most accounts, the Emiratis who signed the petition represented a cross section of society - doctors, lawyers, judges, and academics - and included members of Al Islah (Reform), a social movement ideologically linked to the Muslim Brotherhood (the Brotherhood).

  • BBC News

    Murder suspect among world's 'most wanted'

    A suspected killer who has been on the run for two years from UK police has been put on Interpol's worldwide most-wanted list. Shane O'Brien, 30, is alleged to have murdered 21-year-old Josh Hanson in an unprovoked knife attack in a bar in Hillingdon, west London, in 2015. After the attack Mr O'Brien possibly went to the Netherlands and United Arab Emirates before returning to Europe. A £50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to his prosecution. He was placed on Europe's most wanted list in April and has now also been added to Interpol's most-wanted list. Mr Hanson's mother Tracey and sister Brooke said their "lives will never be the same without Josh". "Someone somewhere also