Scotland flyhalf Dan Parks echoed the feelings of his entire squad after a late Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino converted try gave Argentina a 13-12 victory in their rugby World Cup Pool B match on Sunday.
First five Stephen Jones will, belatedly, become Wales's most-capped player when he leads his team out for today's Pool D match against Namibia in New Plymouth, the day's only World Cup action.
Queens Park Rangers salvaged a 1-1 home draw against Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday with their first home goal of the season coming from Villa defender Richard Dunne who put through his own net in stoppage time.
Sebastian Vettel did all he could to wrap up a second successive Formula One world title with a commanding victory in Singapore on Sunday but the ultimate prize remained tantalisingly out of reach.
British singer Elton John is in talks to make a film about his life, his spokesman said, in response to media reports about a planned biopic called "Rocketman".
Libya's new rulers have revealed a grave site they said contained the bodies of more than 1270 people killed by Muammar Gaddafi's security forces in a 1996 massacre at Tripoli's Abu Salim prison.
Keith Earls grabbed a brace as Ireland ran in nine tries to beat a spirited Russia side 62-12 today and remain firmly on track to top Pool C and claim a place in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Stunning Australia and winning their first three rugby World Cup pool games was "okay", Ireland coach Declan Kidney said.
The top half of an 1800-year-old marble statue of the Greek demigod Hercules was bought home to Turkey by the country's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday after it was handed back by a Boston museum.
Saudi Arabia's king has announced that women will be given the right to vote and stand in elections, a bold shift in the ultra-conservative absolute monarchy as pressure for social and democratic reform sweeps the Middle East.
Two US citizens sentenced in Iran to eight years in jail for spying have arrived in New York accompanied by family four days after being released by Iranian authorities.
A small plane carrying foreign tourists to view Mount Everest crashed in bad weather near Nepal's capital Kathmandu on Sunday, killing all 19 people on board, officials said.
After producing one of the great World Cup shocks with their victory over Australia last weekend, Ireland are in no mood to be involved in another upset when they take on Russia in Rotorua tomorrow.
Flyhalf Tusi Pisi booted four penalties and a drop goal to keep alive Samoa's slim hopes of qualifying for the rugby World Cup quarter-finals as they beat fellow Pacific islanders Fiji 27-7 in their Pool D clash at Eden Park.
The paint had barely dried on England's 67-3 thrashing of Romania when manager Martin Johnson began planning for next week's far tougher assignment against Scotland in their final Pool B game.
Stephen Jones will win a record 101st cap for Wales in Monday's World Cup match against Namibia after being included in the starting line-up for the Pool D encounter.
Richie McCaw was delighted to mark his 100th All Black cap with a victory over France at the World Cup but it was the ruthless performance of his team at Eden Park that pleased him most.
Manchester United dropped their first points of the season in a 1-1 draw at Stoke City on Saturday but ended the day top of the Premier League while Chelsea striker Fernando Torres scored and was sent off in his side's 4-1 win over Swansea City.
A six-tonne NASA science satellite plunged through the atmosphere early on Saturday, breaking up and possibly scattering debris in Canada, NASA said.
Scotland have struggled to produce beautiful, free-flowing rugby in their two wins at the World Cup so far but winger Sean Lamont will happily take an ugly 3-0 victory over Argentina tomorrow.