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The biggest sales day of the year might be called Black Friday, but there are actual savings to be had all weekend – from Friday right through to Cyber Monday.
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Tyson Fury laid down the challenge to Oleksandr Usyk as the two heavyweight champions went head-to-head in an intense face-off. Unified WBA ‘Super’, IBF, WBO and IBO title-holder Usyk was at ringside at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night to watch Fury retain his WBC belt in emphatic fashion in front of 60,000 fans with an utterly dominant 10th-round stoppage of Derek Chisora, also supporting fellow Ukrainian Denys Berinchyk, who won the European lightweight gold after beating Yvan Mendy. Fury called out Usyk after his fourth successive stoppage win and rained down the expletive-ridden insults, provoking his rival to jump up onto the ring apron for a fierce staredown.
John Ryley is to step down as head of Sky News after 17 years. Mr Ryley, who has been with Sky for 28 years, began his career as a BBC graduate news trainee and went on to programme edit ITV's News at Ten before joining Sky in 1995 as an output editor. In 2021 he was awarded an Outstanding Contribution Award by the Royal Television Society (RTS), which said he had "effected genuine change in our industry."
Colombian President Gustavo Petro said Saturday the ELN rebel group has agreed to allow a displaced indigenous community to return to its lands in the west of the nation, the first significant achievement in 12 days of peace talks.