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The foreign secretary vows "to stand by the Lebanese people" after at least 135 people were killed.
Prince William and Catherine speak to business owners in Barry Island about the pandemic.
Five former gymnasts tell BBC Sport about their experiences in the sport.
The ex-Love Island host was found dead while facing trial accused of assaulting Lewis Burton.
Tahir Malik quits his role for attending a gathering in a town that had a spike in virus cases.
Travel restrictions are in force, households cannot meet inside and bars and restaurants have been ordered to close.
Police say it is unclear how the teenager, who was on foot, ended up on the M5 motorway.
Keeley Bunker's body was found hidden under branches in a brook in September 2019.
Airlines are turning away holidaymakers at UK airports because of new rules on flying to Greece.
Christmas shows in Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh and Southampton are pushed back to 2021.
Brookwood Cemetery opened when London burial grounds became overcrowded during a cholera epidemic.
A six-year-old girl "nearly chokes" on Happy Meal from the Aldershot branch of the fast food giant.
Nationwide has taken away the option for parents to help first-time buyers with small deposits.
Mourners at the Nobel laureate's funeral hear tributes from the Pope, Dalai Lama and others.
But one in 20 say they won't be returning anytime soon after advice changed on 1 August.
One pupil has written an open letter to the education secretary complaining about how the grades were calculated.
Two brothers convicted of shooting and bludgeoning a couple want the ruling overturned.
In times more ordinary, the funeral would have been a final farewell to draw thousands to Londonderry.
Beth Pattison, who had cancer twice before, died after her symptoms were misdiagnosed as Covid-19.
Everyone seems desperate to go to the countryside and coast, says one campsite owner.