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Lawyers for the owners of a tanker anchored off the Isle of Wight deny reports of a hijacking.
Tao Geoghegan Hart becomes only the second British man to win the Giro d'Italia as he takes the title in Milan.
As well as a night-time curfew, travel between regions can be banned under the emergency measures.
Lewis Hamilton passes Valtteri Bottas to take a commanding victory in the Portuguese Grand Prix and break Formula 1's all-time win record.
Second-placed Celtic go a third match without victory as Aberdeen score late on to draw with the reigning Scottish Premiership champions.
Staff currently working from home because of the pandemic will be asked to do so until spring 2021.
Thirteen Australians were reportedly among those inspected after a newborn was found in Doha, Qatar.
Giving money to councils is the "right way" to support families in need, a cabinet minister says.
No 10 confirms the EU's Michel Barnier will stay in London, rather than returning to Brussels later.
Two Grey Nurse sharks were feeding on a large school of salmon while swimmers had a morning dip.
The current 17-lockdown could be followed by another in January of February, minister Lee Waters says.
England women's friendly with Germany on Tuesday is cancelled after a member of the team's backroom staff tests positive for coronavirus.
The use of testing, plus staggering departures and the return to campus will form a strategy to get students home for Christmas.
Retiring UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is touted as one the greatest MMA fighters of all-time - BBC Sport looks at the evidence.
The Asian giant hornets can wipe out a colony of honeybees in hours.
A 50th nation ratifies a key UN treaty and it will come into force - but five major powers are missing.
Joan Hocquard, who drove ambulances during World War Two, died at her home on Saturday.
With infections rising across Europe, tighter Covid restrictions are being enforced.
Why was the civil rights activist in a small industrial town in the Midlands?
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic today.