Famed for their shunning of technology, the Taliban are realising they need to be on social media too.
The history of the complex relationship between the two groups.
Suleyman Sakha says his in-laws, who worked for a humanitarian organisation, are living in dread.
What we know about the top figures in the militant group that has taken control of Afghanistan.
The announcement of a tax rise to pay for social care leads all of the morning papers.
Francine Niyonsaba says she keeps competing after her enforced switch to longer distances to “make sport a better place and inspire others”.
A woman who got one jab in England and one in Scotland says her vaccine certificate only confirms a single dose.
The Supreme Court rules that prosecuting women for terminating pregnancies is unconstitutional.
Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez produces another fearless performance to beat fifth seed Elina Svitolina and reach the US Open semi-finals.
Neil McCann and Chris Burke join Steven Thompson for highlights of Scotland’s World Cup qualifier in Austria.
Sharon and Edith tell the BBC how they have been impacted by the crisis in social care.
A late equaliser gives the Republic of Ireland their best result under Stephen Kenny as they draw with Serbia in World Cup qualifying.
Alice Thompson was awarded £185,000 after being told she could not work shorter hours to pick up her child.
England forward Jesse Lingard rejects a contract offer from Manchester United.
More UK students have accepted uni places this year but EU student numbers fall sharply.
The BBC’s political editor, Laura Kuenssberg, asked the prime minister if the Conservatives are still a low tax party.
Lobby groups have described a new health and social care tax as “ill-timed” and “illogical”.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
The social media site says 22 fan accounts have been suspended for “irrational celebrity support”.
Aaron O’Halloran causes eight-hour passenger delays with his half-mile car ride between stations.
Police are guarding the Supreme Court amid warnings that the president’s supporters may try to storm it.
Residents were evacuated after the building in East Kilbride suffered extensive damage in the incident.
Sarina Wiegman includes 16 members of the British Tokyo Olympics team in her first England squad since becoming manager.
The six Premier League clubs who refused to release players for Brazil’s World Cup qualifiers “need to be told” in the next 24 hours if they are suspended for matches … Read More
Getaway hailed by Palestinian factions but described as ‘a grave incident’ by Israeli PM Naftali Bennett
The government has changed a policy which determines the annual rise in the state pension.
It comes as the Treasury asks government departments to identify 5% of “savings and efficiencies”.
A woman whose daughter and husband took their lives, has set up a charity to support people affected by suicide.
Taliban announce interim government in Afghanistan, to be led by one of their founders, and with FBI-wanted militant as interior minister
The network provider will not charge firms for connecting unwaged universal credit claimants.
School half-term may be extended if Covid-19 case rates continue to increase
It follows government concern that a big rise in earnings would have meant pensions increasing by 8%.
The Scottish government had paused its indyref2 plans because of the Covid pandemic.
The government’s promising to restrict costs for families – but what is changing and how will it be funded?
Plans are unveiled for a new 12-a-side rugby competition proposed to take place in England next August.
Boris Johnson says it was a “responsible decision” to increase taxes, despite it breaking his manifesto pledge.
Tripwire boss John Gibson had said he was “proud” of the Supreme Court ruling on Texas abortion.
Genital warts and herpes saw the biggest decrease, the figures for England reveal.
Senior Tories warn that plan to fund social care could provoke ‘significant backlash’
The Irish author‘s new book has been described as her best work yet – but not everyone is convinced
He fell between the train and the platform while alighting and was not seen by the driver.
England will make a late decision over all-rounder Ben Stokes’ place in the T20 World Cup squad, set to be named on Thursday.
Heavy rain in central Mexico sparked flash floods in Ecatepec and Nexahualcóyotl.
Lewis Hamilton repeatedly said he would prefer Valtteri Bottas to stay, writes Andrew Benson, but Mercedes could not pass up the chance to sign George Russell.
Priti Patel may withhold £54m payment promised to Paris to curb illegal crossings
Italian capital has been declared the ‘sinkhole capital of Europe’
Officials deny a newspaper report saying new rules could come in around England’s half-term holiday.
Social platform’s U-turn on porn ban followed backlash from users and financial partners
There are other, more powerful, plug-in hybrids out there which cost ‘considerably less cash’, said The Daily Telegraph
The expansion of dragonflies across Britain and Ireland is an indicator of climate change, say experts.
Unrest grows as more Afghans demand women’s rights and chant anti-Taliban and anti-Pakistan slogans.
Mercedes announce British driver George Russell will partner Lewis Hamilton from next season.
One racist troll tracked down by the BBC says social media companies should have banned him for longer.
The force admits that failures in its call handling system “materially contributed” to a young woman’s death.
American Shelby Rogers voices concerns about death threats she expects to receive on social media after her US Open fourth-round defeat by Emma Raducanu.
The car industry must learn from the Covid “stress test”, says Mercedes-Benz-owner Daimler.
Millions of Salvadorians are expected to download a digital wallet app with $30 of free Bitcoin.
Scotland’s World Cup qualifying visit to Austria is a “must-not-lose game, rather than must-win”, according to midfielder Callum McGregor.
Fran Unsworth, who oversees all news and current affairs output, will leave at the start of 2022.
The Canadian leader’s campaign has been disrupted by protesters angry at a planned vaccine mandate.