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Maternity units in England are being asked to provide more checks and support during the pandemic.
Police issue a dispersal order after crowds gather for a second night despite coronavirus fears.
Ibrahim Diallo describes what life as a black software engineer has been like for him.
Should I stay or should I go is the top question for many Polish people in the UK, says one charity.
We've been tracking the global spread of two of the most popular coronavirus conspiracy theories.
She shot to fame as a six-year-old on US reality show Dance Moms, now she's aiming for the charts.
Dozens of Facebook pages claim to be selling a deadly chemical to people at risk of suicide - but it's all a fraud.
Stephen Cameron spent 68 days on a ventilator but beat the odds to survive coronavirus.
Why this misleading health advice keeps appearing online.
Fran Alvarado from Spain took over the title weeks after recovering from Covid-19.
Saturday's front pages look at how travelling abroad could work this summer.
PC David Whyte was seriously injured dealing with a multiple stabbing before a suspect was killed.
People returning from certain destinations will not have to quarantine, the government confirms.
Two anonymous Twitter accounts made sexual assault allegations against the singer last week.
The infection is rampant in 16 states, some of which are now freezing their reopening plans.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson discusses winning the Premier League, working with Jurgen Klopp and what the future holds for the club.
The firm has been under pressure to improve its moderation of the content on its platform.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he only wants players ready to jump "on the boat" after speculation about midfielder Matteo Guendouzi's future.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says it is harder to win trophies now than during the glory days under Sir Alex Ferguson.
The mother of two sisters stabbed to death in a Wembley park spoke to the BBC's Martin Bashir.