Batsman Phil Hughes died after a "catastrophic" head injury caused by a cricket ball splitting a major artery at the base of his neck.Read the full story ›
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been arrested in Mexico, according to reports.
An arrest warrant was issued in October relating to his involvement in the sale of Rangers back in 2011.
Four men appeared in court earlier this month charged with fraudulent activity in connection to the sale of the club.
Gary Withey, 50, David Whitehouse, 49, Paul Clark, 50, and David Grier, 53, were granted bail following a hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Whyte failed to show for his court appearance at Royal Courts of Justice in London, with an arrest warrant subsequently issued.
Champion boxer Muhammad Ali is "doing really good" despite suffering from Parkinson's disease and is "living a full life", his daughter Hana Ali told Good Morning Britain.
Ms Ali said her three-times champion and civil rights icon father routinely jokes about making a comeback and is "not on his deathbed".
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The England cricket team has paid tribute to Australian batsman Phil Hughes, saying the 25-year-old was "admired and respected by all he played with and against".
"Our deepest sympathies go out to Phil Hughes’ family, friends and teammates at this incredibly sad time," a statement issued by the England team said.
"Phil was admired and respected by all he played with and against and will never be forgotten by the cricket community."
Shane Warne has said he "cannot describe the sadness" felt after learning the "horrific news" that Australian batsman Phil Hughes has died.
Woken to the horrific news about Hughesy ! I cannot describe the sadness I feel for the Hughes family & fellow cricket players, so so sad
The family of Phillip Hughes say they are devastated by his death, saying that "cricket was Phil's life".
In a statement read by visibly-upset Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke, the Hughes family said: "We are devastated by the loss of our much-loved son and brother Phillip.
"It has been a very difficult few days and we appreciate all the support we have received from family, friends, players, Cricket Australia and the general public.
"Cricket was Phil's life and we as a family share that love of the game with him.
"We would like to thank all the medical and nursing staff at St Vincent's Hospital and Cricket New South Wales medical staff for their great efforts with Phillip.
"We love you."
Reacting to the death of Australian batsman Phil Hughes, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said:
Philip Hughes was a young man living out his dreams. His death is a very sad day for cricket and a heartbreaking day for his family.
What happened has touched millions of Australians.
For a young life to be cut short playing our national game seems a shocking aberration.
He was loved, admired and respected by his teammates and by legions of cricket fans.
Former Australian cricketer Brett Lee has said "no words can describe the loss" he feels following the death of Phil Hughes.
The death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes is a "very sad day for the world of cricket", former England cricketer Ian Botham has said.
Botham also urged fans to think of Sean Abbott, who bowled the ball that struck Hughes.
A very sad day for the world of cricket. So sorry for Phillip Hughes and his family . Spare a thought for Sean Abbott.