CNN seeks emergency court hearing after White House again vows to revoke Jim Acosta’s access

Acosta's credentials were revoked after Trump denounced him as a "rude, terrible person" during a November 7 news conference.

Boris Becker hails ‘superstar’ Alexander Zverev as best of new generation

After overcoming Roger Federer in the semis in London on Saturday, Alexander Zverev beat world number one Novak Djokovic 6-4 6-3 the next day to claim the biggest crown of his career so far.

Maldives set to pull out of China free trade deal, says senior lawmaker

On Saturday, as he took office, the new President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih declared the state coffers have been "looted" and warned that the country was in financial difficulty after racking up debt with Chinese lenders.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan lashes out at Trump ‘tirade’

Pakistan denies supporting Afghan Taliban insurgents waging war against U.S.-backed troops in Afghanistan and Islamabad has also always rejected claims officials aided former al Qaeda leader bin Laden.

Powerful Sheikh Ahmad temporarily leaves IOC roles

The IOC said its ethics chief had been informed of the Sheikh's temporary departure from his positions on the committee.

Sri Lanka’s new PM may lose budget even as he clings to power

Lawmakers opposed to Rajapaksa said they intend to remove funding for staff salaries and other costs in a vote on November 29.

Dutch Grand Prix could return as F1 looks to ‘Max factor’

Max Verstappen, 21 and seen as a future world champion, has a huge national following as the country's most successful Formula One driver.

Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn ‘arrested’, to be dismissed for financial misconduct

The Japanese automaker said that based on a whistleblower report, it had been investigating possible improper practices of Ghosn and Representative Director Greg Kelly for several months, and that it was fully cooperating with investigators.

‘Any deal is better than no deal’: EU ministers tell Britain on brexit

"No deal better than the one on the table can be reached," Germany's European affairs minister, Michael Roth, said.

Yemen’s Houthis halt missile attacks on Saudi coalition

The Houthis last July unilaterally halted attacks in the Red Sea to support peace efforts, after Saudi Arabia suspended temporarily oil exports through a strategic Red Sea channel following attacks on crude tankers.

Hong Kong freedom under scrutiny as “Occupy” democracy leaders face trial

Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule in 1997 under a "one country, two systems" formula, with the guarantee of a high degree of autonomy and freedoms denied citizens in mainland China, including freedom of speech and the right to protest.

FIA promises probe into Macau Grand Prix aerial crash

Sophia Floersch was catapulted off the track into a photographers' bunker while travelling at more than 275 kilometres per hour (171 mph) on the tight street circuit.

Uninspiring Spain end difficult year with win over Bosnia

Spain had learnt several hours before kickoff that they had missed out on reaching the semi-finals of the UEFA Nations League due to England beating Croatia 2-1 in London.

‘Comeback king’ Novak Djokovic puts shock ATP Finals loss into perspective

Going into Sunday's final against Alexander Zverev, Novak Djokovic had won 35 of his previous 37 matches and, despite an off-night, still looks capable of dominating men's tennis next year.

Alexander Zverev so proud after ‘astonishing’ ATP Finals win in London

Alexander Zverev became only the fourth player to beat Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic back-to-back in the semi-final and final of the same tournament.

Belgium at a loss to explain collapse against Switzerland

Some players felt the World Cup semi-finalists might have got carried away after they went two goals ahead after only 17 minutes.

UEFA Nations League: Switzerland reach semis with thumping of Belgium

Switzerland and Belgium finish level at the top of Group Two in League A -- the top tier -- with nine points and the Swiss qualified on having the better head-to-head record.

Getting rid of me risks delaying Brexit: PM Theresa May

More than two years after the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU, it is still unclear how, on what terms or even if it will leave as planned on March 29, 2019.

Alexander Zverev surprises Novak Djokovic to lift ATP Finals title; first German winner in 23 years

Alexander Zverev upset Novak Djokovic to claim the biggest title of his career with a 6-4, 6-3 victory at the ATP Finals on Sunday.

Gareth Southgate lauds England’s unprecedented 2018

A World Cup semi-final, qualification for the finals of the UEFA Nations League and a year in which England reconnected with its fans represents an extraordinary 12 months.