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Richard Moore also denies the fall of Kabul was an intelligence failure in a BBC Radio 4 interview.
Coverings become mandatory in shops and on public transport under measures to slow Omicron's spread.
Former Coventry City manager John Sillett, who guided the club to FA Cup success in 1987, has died aged 85.
Cristiano Ronaldo accuses the France Football editor of lying after he said the Portuguese's only ambition was to retire with more Ballons d'Or than Lionel Messi.
They show speeches by Xi Jinping and others which led to Uyghurs' mass internment and forced labour.
Shopkeepers are concerned about enforcing mask-wearing and fear they will have to close again.
The artist and businesswoman is honoured at an event marking the nation's status as a republic.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
The sculptures were among artworks created by Stan Bonnar for Scotland's new towns in the 1970s.
Canberra's workplace culture has left a "trail of devastation" for women especially, a review finds.
The Caribbean nation parts ways with the Queen in a ceremony attended by Prince Charles and Rihanna.
The front pages focus on the expansion of the booster rollout and the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.
The last time the tech visionary left Twitter, he set up another company now worth $100bn.
A lack of recycling facilities in Africa has spurred one Dutch company to import broken phones.
BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen meets terrified families running from civil war in Yemen.
Josephine Baker is the first black woman to be remembered in the resting place of France’s national heroes.
As worries emerge over a new Covid variant, hospitality fears it could thwart the busiest time of year.
Wajed Iqbal won damages of £180k after the Mail on Sunday falsely linked him to a grooming gang.
BBC Sound Of runner-up Holly Humberstone, Bree Runway and Lola Young are tipped as ones-to-watch.
Staff at dozens of universities are striking this week.