Primary school teacher Sabina Nessa was killed as she made a short walk to a pub, police believe.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
The leaks relate to the Scottish government’s inquiry into harassment allegations against the former first minister.
Afghan female volleyball players tell the BBC that one of the squad was killed last month.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson asks Australian counterpart Scott Morrison to ease coronavirus quarantine rules so that families of England cricketers can travel for this winter’s Ashes.
The luggage ledger dates back to April 1885, when the railway station opened.
Oleksandr Usyk fights Anthony Joshua on Saturday – but who is the grinning Ukrainian who loves juggling?
Three years after Europe regained the Ryder Cup in Paris, the US finally have their opportunity to avenge that thrashing in front of a partisan home crowd in Wisconsin.
The debt-laden developer is due to make a $83.5m interest payment on an overseas bond on Thursday.
The move applies to Americans over 65 who were vaccinated with Pfizer, and those at high Covid risk.
The deal caused outrage in France, which lost a contract to build submarines for Australia.
The WHO is slashing recommended maximum limits of key pollutants as evidence of danger mounts.
The US is flying migrants out of a Texas border town where 13,000 have gathered in makeshift camps.
A number of firms are now farming locusts and mealworms for human consumption.
Former triathlete Kayleigh Adams endured a fourth-degree tear that led to her needing a colostomy bag.
Headlines have focused on teenagers and booster doses – but millions still haven’t had a first jab.
The actress says Kim Kardashian has inspired the “uncharted territory” of her first UK stage role.
China has not been very socialist for years, but the Communist Party looks set to change that.
As more people mix again, the common cold is back – and leaving people floored.
When the German chancellor steps down, how will history remember her? Four experts have their say.
Pictures of border officers rounding up black men have drawn comparisons to US slave patrols.
BBC Europe editor Katya Adler takes a road trip to find out how Germans will remember their chancellor.
Scientists at Imperial College London are now researching a link between Covid-19 and new allergies.
No major gaffes and progress on climate change on PM’s US trip but a trade deal remains a distant prospect.
Tenants are being evicted due to rent arrears built up during the pandemic, an investigation finds.
The ongoing gas crisis and France’s anger over a new UK-US-Australia military pact make the front pages.
Several energy suppliers, such as Avro Energy and Green, have gone bust in recent weeks.
Contact training is to be drastically reduced across rugby union in an attempt to prevent injuries and protect player welfare.
Bryan Gil scores the decisive penalty as Tottenham beat Wolves in a shootout to reach the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
The world is approaching a critical turning point, Boris Johnson will warn the UN’s General Assembly.
The Labour leader writes 11,500 words on how he would change the UK, ahead of his party conference.
Reece James scores the winning penalty in a shootout as Chelsea reach the last 16 of the Carabao Cup at Aston Villa’s expense.
Ian Poulter says his juices “are flowing” as he prepares to play in his seventh Ryder Cup for Europe against the United States at Whistling Straits.
Eddie Hearn says Anthony Joshua’s dream is to be undisputed heavyweight champion and insists Briton wants to fight Tyson Fury.
Empty supermarket shelves may become commonplace as labour shortages bite, industry bodies say.
Andy Murray beats Canada’s Vasek Pospisil to move into the quarter-finals of the Moselle Open in France.
The Ministry of Defence apologises again as it emerges dozens were mistakenly copied in to another email.
Matthew Strachan wrote the music for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? with father Keith.
The Premier League could have a seven-week mid-season break in 2022-23 to accommodate the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The Scottish actor played hen-pecked husband Howard in the BBC sitcom for 25 years.
Kye the donkey is being hand-reared and wearing nappies as he is looked after in the family home.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
A crew member on I’m a Celebrity tests positive, sending thousands into lockdown and sparking a backlash.
Deputy prime minister Dominic Raab took Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday.
One resident thought the 5.9 magnitude quake was just his neighbours doing an intense workout.
Osi Umenyiora & Jason Bell discuss whether Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has what it takes to go all the way to the Super Bowl.
This would bring the total US commitment on vaccines shared overseas to 1.08 bn.
Watch James Rodriguez’s best moments for Everton from the 2020-21 season, after the Columbian midfielder left the Premier League club for Qatari side Al Rayyan.
President Zelensky vows a strong response after his aide’s car is struck by a volley of bullets.
Steve Stricker has urged the United States fans to not “cross the line” and be “respectful to both teams” in this week’s Ryder Cup match against Europe.
People are being invited for Covid booster jabs at a theatre as the rollout gets under way.
Boris Johnson tells the French president to “get a grip” amid anger over a submarine deal.
Former West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels is charged with breaching the ICC’s anti-corruption code.
Lava from the erupting Cumbre Vieja volcano is destroying hundreds of buildings.
Sabina Nessa’s body was discovered in a walkway just off a park in south-east London.
Michael Gandolfini plays a teenage Tony Soprano, who was portrayed by his father James on TV.
The chances of UK-US trade deal in the next few years have been played down – but what other agreements has the UK made?
Championship side Derby County enter administration and are deducted 12 points by the English Football League.
The PM says farmers can export to the US, and insists the chances of a wider trade deal are not fading.
The streaming giant will own and control works like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The BFG.