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Tokyo Olympics: GB women beat Japan and Peaty into semis
On day one of the Tokyo Olympics, Adam Peaty progresses while GB's women's footballers continue their winning ways.
Daily tests not self-isolation for police, fire, borders, transport and freight staff
Police, fire, borders and transport staff are now eligible in England, with 200 new test centres promised.
Fatuma Kadir: Missing 11-year-old Bolton girl is found
Fatuma Kadir, who travelled from Bolton to London, is found after police mount a nationwide search.
British and Irish Lions: Lions fight back to clinch series opener
The British and Irish Lions draw first blood in the Test series against world champions South Africa after fighting back from nine points down at the break.
India monsoon: Rescuers search for survivors after heavy rains
Heavy rains have battered India's western coast, leaving dozens dead and prompting mass evacuations.
Lightning destroys roofs as storms end heatwave in southern England and Wales
Southern Britain is hit by heavy rain but there is a sunny start to school holidays further north.
Parkrun back on in England after Covid pandemic suspension
The free 5km community event, which takes place in parks, was suspended during the Covid pandemic.
Goole WW2 bomb: Army experts carry out controlled explosion
Army bomb disposal experts detonate the 500lb (227kg) device found on a new-build housing estate.
Open water: Swimmers urged not to take chances
It is thought 28 people have lost their lives in open water during the recent hot weather.
Murder probe after Bury woman dies from severe burns
Three men are arrested in connection with the death of the 31-year-old in Bury, Greater Manchester.
Covid-19: Air travel takes off on busiest weekend since pandemic began
Huge queues at some airports are reported on the first weekend of the summer holidays for many.
Man arrested after car hits group of people on Blackpool North Pier
The driver fled the scene but police later arrested a 30-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder.
Esther Dingley: Partner informed of 'remains' find in Pyrenees
Esther Dingley disappeared on a solo walk near the France-Spain border in November.
Lightning strikes and storms follow UK heatwave
Days of high summer temperatures give way to storms.
Budapest Pride stands up for LGBT rights in Hungary
Organisers accuse Hungary's right-wing government of seeking to discriminate against gay people.
The young imam using Instagram to change opinions
Sabah Ahmedi wants to show imams can "have a laugh", have "a bit of banter" and "wear colourful socks".
Scarborough hotel owner couple helping homeless people
Jess and Andrew Waggitt opened their doors to vulnerable people during the pandemic and continue to do so.
DRC volcano: Reuniting children with families after the eruption
Children are still separated from parents, two months after a volcano erupted near Goma in DR Congo.
Tips from the Netherlands on how to build a nation of cyclists
Some tips from the Dutch Cycling Embassy on how to make bikes the easiest and safest way to travel.
'People have never seen anything like this before'
Live-streamed footage of a family of blue tits has had more than 41 million views online.
US fires: Inside a US fire truck driving through a wildfire
As burning ash pelts their vehicle, video shows firefighters in California drive through the flames.
Week in pictures: 17-23 July 2021
A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.
Makina: the UK subculture you've probably never heard of
A leading MC says the music genre's return after Covid is going to be "something special".
Latitude Festival: 'It's so nice to get back into the festival vibe'
About 40,000 people are expected at this year's Latitude Festival each day.
Old: Critics split on M Night Shyamalan's new thriller
Old, the new film from M Night Shyamalan, sees the characters start to age at rapid speed.
Latitude festival: Magical, emotional... and a little bit frightening
Bands and fans describe the atmosphere at the UK's first full-capacity festival since 2019.
Covid vaccines: Why a giant plastic bag shortage is slowing the rollout
A look at the critical vaccine components in short supply, as a new global marketplace is launched to tackle bottlenecks.
Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: What's stopping aid getting in?
A renewed surge in fighting has made it ever more difficult for aid to reach areas in desperate need.
Covid: The holiday makers having to self-isolate abroad
Some holidaymakers who tested positive for Covid while abroad are having to stay and self-isolate.
Escape to Victory: The Ipswich footballers who made a cult classic
How did a group of Ipswich Town players end up starring in a film with Pele, Stallone and Caine?
Clubbing and Covid passports: 'Protect vulnerable people' or 'against civil liberties'?
Radio 1 Newsbeat chats to clubbers about having to have two jabs to go clubbing.
Face palm: When the emoji you want doesn't exist
There are about 3,000 emojis to choose from but what happens when the one you want isn't there?
Climate change, a coalmine and a town that needs jobs
In Cumbria, environmental concerns come into conflict with economic hopes.
Parents' fears over sexting and abuse among teenagers
A mother and a father reveal their shock at learning of their children's experiences of online sex.
Sarm Heslop: Missing woman's parents still have hope
Four months after she vanished, it is still not known what happened to Sarm Heslop.
Coronavirus: Was US money used to fund risky research in China?
What's the row about virus research in China between a prominent Republican and Dr Anthony Fauci?
What are the Delta, Gamma, Beta and Alpha Covid variants?
UK coronavirus cases are rising due to a variant first identified in India that spreads more easily.
Trading sex for cosmetic surgery in Mexico's narco capital
The influence of narcos has caused many women to undergo cosmetic surgery in Mexico's Sinaloa state.
Tokyo Olympics: Katarina Johnson-Thompson's battles with injury & self-doubt in pursuit of gold
How Katarina Johnson-Thompson tore up everything to claim world gold and will have to upset the odds once more to win in Tokyo.
What does a future-proofed home look like?
The technology exists to make homes more resilient to extreme weather, but it can be expensive.
Tokyo Olympics: Japanese artists reimagine countries as anime samurai
The creators have used the flags of competing nations as inspiration to design Japanese warriors.
Amy Winehouse: Could there be new music on the way?
Ten years after her death, Amy's parents say they want fans to hear CDs of her unreleased material.
'I thought rape isn't something that happens to men'
Support charities say male victims of sexual assault sometimes feel their experiences don't count.
Eating disorders: The terrible impact of the pandemic on the young
Admissions soared during the pandemic, and NHS bosses warn they are running out of beds.
Post Office scandal: What the Horizon saga is all about
The background to the cases of sub-postmasters whose convictions were based on evidence from faulty IT.
Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer signs new deal until 2024
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer signs a new deal with the club until 2024, with an option for a further year.
Welsh Fire hold on to beat Superchargers in last-over thriller
Welsh Fire win a high-scoring, see-sawing match against Northern Superchargers in the men's Hundred at Headingley.
Brilliant Rodrigues innings leads Superchargers to victory over Welsh Fire in women's Hundred
Jemimah Rodrigues plays the innings of The Hundred to almost single-handedly take Northern Superchargers to victory over Welsh Fire.
The Hundred Trent Rockets v Southern Brave: Marchant de Lange claims Hundred's first five-wicket haul
Marchant de Lange claims the first five-wicket haul of The Hundred, taking 5-20 in Trent Rockets' nine-wicket victory over Southern Brave at Trent Bridge.
Tokyo Olympics: Vivianne Miedema, Rose Lavelle and Dominique Janssen feature in best goals of day one
Watch the best strikes from Vivianne Miedema, Dominique Janssen and Rose Lavelle in our round-up of the best goals of day one at the Tokyo Olympics.
Tokyo Olympics: Brilliant scenes as China's Sun Yiwen win's fencing gold in overtime
China's Sun Yiwen beat five-time Olympian Ana Maria Popescu of Romania 11-10 in overtime to win gold in the women's epee fencing final.
Tokyo Olympics: Geraint Thomas' hopes dashed in crash as Ecuador's Richard Carapaz wins road race gold
Geraint Thomas' medal hopes are dashed during fall in the men's road race as Ecuador's Richard Carapaz wins gold.
Tokyo Olympics: Adam Peaty reaches 100m breaststroke semi-final for GB
Britain's Adam Peaty continues his seven-year unbeaten streak in the 100m breaststroke by winning his qualifying heat with a time of 57.56 seconds.
GB's defending champion Whitlock set to make pommel final
Great Britain's defending champion Max Whitlock reaches the pommel horse final at the Tokyo Olympics with a score of 14.900.
Tokyo Olympics: First gold of Games goes to China's Yang Qian in shooting
Chinese shooter Yang Qian wins the first gold of the Olympics but has to sing her anthem behind a mask and hang her own medal round her neck.
Tokyo Olympics: BBC TV schedule, radio and online coverage - times and channels
Full listings and coverage channels for the Tokyo Olympics across BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, BBC radio and online.
Tokyo Olympics: Table tennis 12-year-old Hend Zaza, gymnast Zou Jingyuan and 3x3 basketball - best moments
Watch some of the best moments from the opening events of the Tokyo Olympics including a 12-year-old table tennis player and debut of 3x3 basketball.
Tokyo Olympics: Syria's Hend Zaza, 12, is out, but hopes to inspire others
Youngest Olympian Hend Zaza, the 12-year-old Syrian table tennis star, wants to inspire others despite losing 4-0 in the preliminary round.
Tokyo 2020: How well do you know Olympic sports lingo?
Ever heard of a guppy hold? Know which sport would see a pancake used? Test how good your knowledge of Olympic lingo is.
Tokyo Olympics: Day-by-day guide to the key events, big stars and British medal hopes
Want to know what's happening when in Tokyo? Check out our comprehensive guide to all the action in Japan.
Polly Swann: Olympic rower on working the wards, training in her shed & unfinished business
BBC Scotland speaks to Olympic rower Polly Swann on juggling training for Tokyo with working in a surgical ward in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tokyo Olympics: Watch best opening ceremony moments in two minutes
Watch all the best bits from the Tokyo 2020 opening ceremony - including the best of the athletes' entrances and the lighting of the iconic Olympic flame by Naomi Osaka.
Team GB athletics - who are the medal hopes?
Who are Great Britain's big hopes and long shots to get on the podium in Tokyo? London 2012 Olympian and former world silver medallist Hannah England gives her view...
Tokyo Olympics: Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce trying to reach 'great things'
Jamaican sprinter and two-time Olympic gold medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce aims to get to the "great things" at Tokyo 2020.
'What a sight!' - Drones light up above Olympic stadium
Watch as the sky above Japan's Olympic Stadium is illuminated by 1,800 drones for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Tokyo Olympics: Team GB enter the opening ceremony in Tokyo
Watch as Team GB enter the Olympic opening ceremony for Tokyo 2020, led by joint flagbearers Hannah Mills and Mohamed Sbihi.
Tokyo Olympics: Ten tear-jerking moments from the Olympics past
It isn't always the big names and blue-riband events that create all the memories. Here are 10 times the Olympics has set spines tingling and tears flowing
Olympic football: Men's players to watch at Tokyo 2020
Here is the lowdown on the biggest names and brightest stars looking to shine this summer in the men's Olympic football tournament.
Tokyo Olympics: Katie Archibald on her gold medal dreams & pressure
Cyclist Katie Archibald tells BBC Sport about her dreams of another gold medal and the pressure of helping Laura Kenny become Britain's best.
Tokyo 2020: Top 10 days for Team GB at the Olympics
BBC Sport selects the top 10 unmissable days for Team GB fans at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Tokyo Olympics: How quiet rebel Naomi Osaka is changing Japan
Naomi Osaka's relationship with Japan has not always been easy, but change rarely is. How the face of the Games is changing the host nation.
Covid: What do under-30s need to know about the vaccine?
All over-18s can now get the Covid jab, but the government has criticised take-up among young people.
What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings from 19 July?
Masks are no longer compulsory in England, but remain necessary in Scotland and Wales.
Long Covid: What is it and what are the symptoms?
New research links as many as 200 different symptoms to the condition.
Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they and how will Covid affect them?
The Tokyo Summer Olympics have begun, despite a surge in Covid cases in Japan.
Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
The progress made in vaccinating the country's adult population, as more than 46 million people have received at least one dose.
Covid: Who has to self-isolate, which workers are exempt and what if I'm fully vaccinated?
A small number of named employees in key sectors will be exempt from some rules
Care homes worst hit by Covid – search the data
Figures from Care Quality Commission lay out the pandemic's 'devastating impact' on care homes in England.
Covid symptoms: Is it a cold or coronavirus?
With similar symptoms, deciding whether or not you need to get tested for coronavirus can be tricky.
Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
Coronavirus: How does the NHS test-and-trace system and app work?
The contact tracing app could be changed to make it less sensitive, so it sends fewer alerts.
Covid rules from 19 July: What has changed?
Major changes to lockdown rules have taken effect in England and Scotland, but some restrictions remain.
Covid: Why is social distancing coming to an end?
Social distancing rules are changing across the UK.
Covid: When will I get the vaccine?
Vaccine experts recommend that a limited group of children should be offered Covid jabs ahead of winter.
'Covid passports': How can the NHS Covid Pass prove I've had both jabs?
Clubbers and people attending mass events in England will have to prove they've had both Covid jabs.
Beta coronavirus variant: What is the risk?
There are fears that this version of coronavirus, first identified in South Africa, is
What are the rules for travelling to green, amber and red list countries?
Fully jabbed adults don't have to self-isolate after visiting amber-list countries - except France.
Covid: Which children are being vaccinated and why?
Hundreds of thousands of children at higher risk from coronavirus infection will be offered a Covid vaccine in the UK.
What are the travel rules for Spain, Portugal, Malta and other holiday hotspots?
What you need to know about going to Portugal, Spain, Greece, France, Malta, Italy and Turkey.
Covid-19: Five ways to avoid catching the virus indoors
As social distancing restrictions end in England and ease in Scotland, good ventilation remains vital.
The EU vaccine 'passport' and what it means for travel
An EU vaccine "passport" is being introduced, enabling holders to prove they have been jabbed.
Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?
Medical teams around the world are learning which medicines work best against Covid.
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