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The tanker was en route to Egypt when it became wedged on a shingles bank off The Needles.
A decade on from becoming one of La Liga's most-feared goalscorers, Radamel Falcao is back in Madrid and becoming a fans' hero once again.
Youmna Mouhamad hopes more young black women "feel heard and accepted" and get into engineering.
Noni Madueke has not had as much media attention as some other young English talents but he is attracting interest from Europe's biggest clubs.
Micah Richards breaks down his career: ‘No-one remembers my bullet header, just what happened after’
To celebrate Black History Month, pundit and ex-professional footballer Micah Richards breaks down a handful of memorable moments from his career.
Ramadan Abedi and his wife Samia Tabbal are under surveillance by Libyan authorities, the BBC confirms.
Many of the papers focus on Wednesday's Budget, including plans to scrap a public sector pay freeze.
As more people try to live environmentally friendly lives, how do we make sex more sustainable?
"I am not bending to anybody's demands," says the US comic of the transgender backlash he faces.
Aisha Yerima, who was kidnapped aged 21, tells of her time living with militants in Nigeria.
Small changes to our lifestyles and choices could limit our personal carbon footprint.
When Afghanistan fell, hundreds of female judges went into hiding. After months living in fear, 26 have escaped.
Hypernova hopes that its thruster technology will be adopted on thousands of future small satellites.
London-born Jeymes Samuel directs Regina King and Idris Elba in The Harder They Fall.
Neely vaccinated people at London's ExCel centre and has returned to the former field hospital.
Scientists in Singapore are using the popular building block in an effort to rejuvenate its reefs.
"If we don't act now, it'll be too late," warns Sir David Attenborough ahead of the COP26 climate summit.
Ex-England assistant coach Paul Farbrace says Ben Stokes' presence in the Ashes "has really tipped it into being a fantastic series".
The chancellor will use his Budget on Wednesday to confirm that the "pay pause" is being lifted.
Britain's Andy Murray beats Poland's Hubert Hurkacz in three sets to reach the second round of the Vienna Open.