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Johnny Depp 'felt bad' for JK Rowling over casting backlash
(October 12 18:37) BBC.com
The star says Rowling stuck by him amid domestic violence claims because she "has seen the evidence".
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Villa's MacDonald 'reassigned' amid bullying claim
Aston Villa "reassign" under-23s manager Kevin MacDonald from his role amid allegations of bullying by a former player.
Morata injured as Chelsea draw final Europa League group game
Chelsea lose striker Alvaro Morata to a knee injury as they draw with MOL Vidi in a Europa League dead rubber.
Rapid Vienna 1-0 Rangers: Europa League exit for Steven Gerrard's side
Steven Gerrard's Rangers fail to reach the Europa League last 32 as Rapid Vienna progress thanks to a late Dejan Ljubicic winner in Austria.
Christmas market attacker 'neutralised'
French police have "neutralised" a gunman who attacked a Strasbourg Christmas market - reports quoting police sources.
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen to step down after World Cup
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen will step down after eight years in charge following the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
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