Boris Johnson’s strategy for tackling Covid during autumn and winter dominate Wednesday’s front pages.
Charges are sought against Ariel Henry over alleged links with a suspect in the president’s killing.
Hunting is under scrutiny after more than 1,400 dolphins were killed in one day – a reported record.
Romelu Lukaku’s header gives Chelsea a winning start to the defence of their Champions League title with victory over Zenit.
Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski settle a battle of the big two in Champions League Group E as Bayern Munich claim a dominant opening-game victory at Barcelona.
After skipping last year because of coronavirus, celebrities went all out in the fashion stakes.
Taliban officials say the group’s co-founder left Kabul after an argument over the interim government.
Big-hitting Bryson DeChambeau says his hands are “wrecked” by training for a long drive contest while also preparing for next week’s Ryder Cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo scores on his Champions League return for Manchester United but it is not enough as Young Boys strike in stoppage-time to cap a remarkable comeback win.
Liverpool midfielder Harvey Elliott has successful surgery on his injured ankle and he could return to action this season, the club says.
The portrait-mode style video setting can pull focus on its subjects automatically.
Amy Hart tells a House of Commons inquiry on influencer culture that social networks should do more.
There was a lack of space for walk-ins at Grimsby’s hospital due to social distancing, a trust says.
Hampshire will lead the title race into the final round of Championship games after a 122-run win over Nottinghamshire.
One of the recommendations from the Facebook Oversight Board after ruling on one such post.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
A charity says many families believe unsuitable housing is damaging their children’s health.
Zheng Zeguang is told he cannot attend events while sanctions remain in place against MPs and peers.
Novels set in Sri Lanka and South Africa, Cardiff Bay and the outer cosmos are among the nominees.
British Olympic silver medallist CJ Ujah’s ‘B’ sample tests positive, following his initial positive test at the Tokyo Olympics.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday’s Champions League game between Liverpool and AC Milan.
Dutch police thought he was the head of the Sicilian mafia who has been on the run for decades.
Police thank drivers for their “patience and understanding” during the disruption.
Boris Johnson’s mother passed away in hospital at age of 79
Travel for the double-jabbed may become easier – but is it possible to travel ethically during a pandemic?
Meteorologists warn of life-threatening flooding, power outages and storm surges.
The government blames Covid and supply chain difficulties as it puts back changes.
Governing bodies of both sports are discussing the option of biennial tournaments
Scientists are using the country to test drone tech that could one day explore the planet’s terrain.
Measures including compulsory face masks and working from home could be introduced if needed.
Jennifer Lopez, Simone Biles, Dan Levy, Ella Emhoff and Tommy Hilfiger were all on the red carpet.
Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh swims in Greenland, by the fastest-moving glacier in the world, to highlight the climate crisis.
Veteran broadcaster presented only eight programmes for the floundering station
The restaurants are as important as the rooms at this high-design bolthole
Erin O’Toole drafts in architects of UK PM’s 2019 win as battle with Liberals goes to the wire
Visitors have been spotted taking selfies with the goats on the cliffs.
Experts say a single dose of Pfizer should be offered at least six months after a second dose.
Watch the Las Vegas Raiders seal a 33-27 overtime win against the Baltimore Ravens after an error-strewn conclusion to a dramatic game.
More than 100 humpback whales have been filmed feeding off Australia’s New South Wales coast.
Insurgents struggling to stop exodus of highly educated and skilled workers ‘needed to make the country governable’
Holiday bookings collapse and seven out of ten firms are planning redundancies
Three people die after a car crashes into a block of flats and bursts into flames.
Relive the most memorable moments from this summer’s thrilling Test series between England and India.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
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Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero celebrates the most dynamic and dedicated volunteers making a difference through grassroots sport and activity.
Aston Martin say they are committed to Sebastian Vettel and are keen for him to race for them in 2022.
Official figures show the number of vacancies top one million for the first time since records began.
Over half of respondents in a survey believe humanity is doomed and governments are failing to act.
With the group stages getting under way this week, BBC Sport sets the scene for this season’s intriguing Champions League.
On the back of their worst home summer since 1999, are England heading for a repeat of the hammering they took in Australia four years ago?
The flaw allows hackers to access devices even if users do not click on a link or file.
This year’s famous guests were inspired by everything from the Matrix to the Statue of Liberty.
Exiled or disqualified, opposition voices warn of a government stitch-up in this week’s elections.
Joy and her family are among 2m Nigerians living within 4km of a gas flare in Nigeria’s oil-rich south.
Covid travel restrictions that have limited foreign travel have led to a boom in surfing in China.
Where is al-Qaeda 20 years after the 9/11 attacks – and could it re-emerge as a terror threat?
A visual guide to the big issues in Canada’s federal election, from climate to cost of living.
BBC News looks at some of the claims made by the governor and his challengers on the campaign trail.
Science editor David Shukman on three jobs in growing green industries, and what it’s like to do them