Members of Afghanistan’s women’s cricket team are hiding in Kabul, fearing for their safety following the Taliban’s return to power.
The papers report on a “blame game” over Afghanistan and calls for more adults to get an extra Covid jab.
An Oregon branch sees flood of applications after failing to recruit older workers.
Watch the moment GB’s David Smith retained his individual boccia title with a thrilling victory in the BC1 decider to claim his fifth Paralympic medal.
Watch the best moments from Tammy Beaumont’s brilliant 97 as England beat New Zealand by 46 runs.
The Ukrainian president pressed by Donald Trump gets his White House visit – and a new set of worries.
Derek McInnes and Callum Davidson join Steven Thompson for highlights of Scotland’s World Cup qualifier in Denmark.
Scotland’s World Cup hopes were dealt a serious blow as they were taken apart by a vibrant Denmark side in Copenhagen to slip six points behind the Group F leaders.
The group of four admit they had planned to steal about £750,000 worth of high-value vehicles.
Veteran separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani, a staunch critic of India, had been under house arrest.
Cristiano Ronaldo breaks the world record for goals scored in men’s international football with two headers against the Republic of Ireland.
General Mark Milley says it “remains to be seen” whether the Islamist group will change.
Maddie Durdant-Hollamby was stabbed while Benjamin Green’s injuries were self-inflicted, police say.
Tammy Beaumont crashes a sensational 97 as England romp to a 46-run victory over New Zealand in the first Twenty20 at Chelmsford.
Anti-abortion activists celebrate but a doctor who could be targeted by new law fears for the future.
Watch the best shots from England’s Tammy Beaumont as she hits 97 runs off 65 deliveries against New Zealand at Chelmsford.
British men’s number one Dan Evans equals his best performance at the US Open by reaching the third round at a rain-affected Flushing Meadows.
How consistent is President Biden in his comments on Afghanistan following the final US troop withdrawal?
Former world champion Kimi Raikkonen announces that he will retire from Formula 1 at the end of the season.
Harry Wilson misses a penalty as a depleted Wales side are held to a goalless friendly draw by Finland in Helsinki.
Pauline and Roger Fitter say watching the results of their efforts has been very rewarding.
“We want to hug her, kiss her”, say her parents, who had to return to the UK to replace travel documents.
UK visitors no longer need to quarantine for 14 days if they can’t prove they are fully vaccinated.
Animal rights activists have published a “map” of thousands of gun owners and their addresses.
More than 400,000 people in the UK are eligible – but plans for further boosters are yet to be confirmed.
The old electrical shop is now up for sale at £500,000 after Banksy confirmed the art was genuine.
The BBC Sounds and Radio 2 commission has been criticised for not having a black host.
Once enabled in settings, the new feature will automatically sniff out abusive tweets.
Public should be reassured over rates of persistent symptoms, leading child health experts say.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Susan Dorbon was left tetraplegic after being found trapped between hangar doors, an inquest hears.
The ICO’s Children’s Code will make technology companies reassess how they offer services to children.
A celebration of Stuart Mitchell’s life unexpectedly ended with his ashes being released during Tiesto’s set.
Becky Redfern said it was “an incredible feeling” to win Paralympic bronze in the SB13 100m breaststroke, just over a year after giving birth to her first child.
Aerial photographs reveal damage and flooding in parts of Louisiana following Hurricane Ida.
Defending champion Gordon Reid and Rio silver medallist Alfie Hewett both made it into to the men’s singles semi-finals.
The pub chain and a Coca-Cola bottler are among firms affected by a shortage of UK lorry drivers.
Dominic Raab believes the majority of eligible people have been evacuated to the UK – but cannot be precise.
Most of the 150 animals rescued by “Pen” Farthing’s charity are to be adopted by veterans.
Nicola Sturgeon tells MSPs that vaccine passports will be introduced in Scotland later in September.
England are mulling over their pace options for the crucial fourth Test against India at the Oval, beginning on Thursday.
New research suggests coronavirus certification could be ‘counterproductive among the most hard-to-reach groups’
Newcomer Jabari Banks will take on the role in the upcoming NBC Peacock reboot of the hit 1990s show.
The reptile is rescued close to where another was found four days earlier, the RPSCA says.
The majority of in-flight systems on the ISS have passed their expiry date, an official warns.
England captain Heather Knight hopes the popularity of The Hundred will draw larger crowds for the Twenty20 series against New Zealand.
Joe Biden describes withdrawal as an end to efforts to ‘remake other countries’
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee won praise for his ‘electrifying address’ on Afghanistan last month
The second compact SUV from Hyundai ‘makes a lot of sense’
The new drug could save tens of thousands of lives in England and Wales
The pop star’s father has been accused of trying to extort his daughter before departing the role.
As Raab faces MPs, one senior government source thinks he is ‘toast’
Defender Benjamin Mendy, who has been charged with rape, has a bail application refused by a judge.
Colin Pitchfork was jailed in 1988 for raping and murdering two 15-year-old girls in Leicestershire.
The rapper joined a virtual meeting with nine leaders from HIV groups to learn about the virus.
President’s approval ratings have plummeted since the deadly evacuation
TV watchdog Ofcom rejects a record 58,000 complaints about his criticism of the Duchess of Sussex.
Beheshta Arghand, who made headlines when she interviewed the Taliban, has spoken out after fleeing the country.
Vauxhall’s boss said the global shortage of computer chips is still having a significant impact.
The baby goods retailer tells the BBC that it has to raise prices for the first time in five years.