Footage emerges of the moment Iranian forces captured the British-flagged Stena Impero in the Gulf.
The airline halts all flights to the Egyptian capital for a week as a security "precaution".
More than half of coastal communities in England might see a fall in the number of residents under 30.
The five-week-old Staffordshire cross dogs might not survive without their mother, police say.
A ban will be placed on NDAs which prevent people from speaking to police, doctors or lawyers.
The Scottish government has invited UK ministers to a meeting about the record number of drugs deaths.
England fall to an agonising 47-45 defeat by New Zealand in the Netball World Cup semi-final in Liverpool.
Labour's Gloria De Piero, who opposes a second EU referendum, says she has received online abuse.
Ireland's Shane Lowry shoots an incredible eight-under 63 to give him a four-shot lead heading into Sunday's final round of The Open.
Passengers were left coughing and short of breath following exposure on the morning Tube train.
Stephen McDonell was reporting live from a pro-China rally, ahead of more pro-democracy protests in the city.
Two burial chambers are being examined in the search for a teenager, missing since 1983.
The papers lead with updates on the tension between the UK and Iran, after a British tanker was seized in the Gulf.
Two groups of rival former hooligans have taken their battle online - and it has turned political
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "plastic".
Sandizile Malindiza learnt to make the traditional clothing of her country, formerly known as Swaziland, at 11-years-old.
Two BBC presenters put Impossible Foods' meat-free burger to the taste test. How does it shape up?
For some learners it can take many attempts before they are allowed out on the roads by themselves.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The hashtag #cheerupcharlie was trending on Twitter after a post from the nine-year-old's teacher.
Women who have been through traumatic experiences are posing for nude portraits for the artist.
Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
From pushing boundaries to defying stereotypes - five women who are breaking barriers in science.
Much of the US is baking this weekend. But several cities are doing innovative things to combat rising temperatures.
The grime star's experimental show proves that sometimes less is more when it comes to tech at gigs.
President Donald Trump has pledged to take radical steps to reduce prescription drug prices in the US.
You deserve more money but how do you go about getting it, and what should you do - or not do?
Released in 2011, we look back at Ed Sheeran's rap and grime EP the No. 5 Collaborations Project.
The pound may be falling, but there are still plenty of places it goes a long way. We look at five.
Ex-inmates perform at Latitude Festival as part of the UK's first record label for prisoners.
British heavyweight Dillian Whyte scores a points win over Oscar Rivas despite being knocked down in a gripping bout.
Defending champion Geraint Thomas lost time to Tour de France leader Julian Alaphilippe as Thibaut Pinot won stage 14 on the Col du Tourmalet.
Watch highlights as England Roses lose the World Cup semi-final 47-45 to New Zealand.
Watch highlights as Shane Lowry hits eight birdies in a remarkable round of 63 to take control of the 2019 Open at Royal Portrush with a four-shot lead going into Sunday's final round.
British diver Tom Daley surrenders his World championship crown after finishing seventh in the 10m platform final in South Korea.
Ruthless Australia are on the verge of retaining the Women's Ashes after reducing England to 199-6 on the third day of the Test at Taunton.
European champion Laura Muir eases to victory in the women's 1500m on the first day of the Anniversary Games.
An endeavour which was born out of conflict ended by bringing the entire world together, at least for a moment.
Mark Armstrong talks about his father, and the first ever Moon landing 50 years ago.
Fifty years on, the 03:56 AM TV moment that was out of this world.
It's 50 years since the first ever manned landing on the Moon - what was involved?
Dylan McNally was taken to his prom in a convoy after his mother requested a car on Facebook.
Sammy the wrinkly reptile watched his owners celebrate their special day from a custom-made shed.
Many people really don't like being alone. They feel lonely. For others, however, solitude can be a source of ecstasy.
An Albanian says his photo was used without permission, but the European Commission disputes this.
An app that transforms photos of people's faces into younger and older versions has gone viral.
The boss of the new high-speed rail link has reportedly warned the project will exceed its £56bn budget.
A second tanker is now back on its way after it was boarded by armed guards in the Strait of Hormuz.
The plan is part of a package of measures aimed at improving the rights of low-paid flexible workers.
The retail giant says it held off raising prices for as long as it could, and insists it is still competitive.
Commuters have been "let down by a programme that is well behind schedule", a committee of MPs says.
Higher debt interest payments and increased spending on services contributed to a sharp rise in borrowing.
The charge will wipe out profits, but Boeing says it hopes the aircraft will resume flying this year.
The sport's governing body in New Zealand said the tickets had been re-sold on the secondary market.
A plan to ban section 21 notices - sometimes called revenge evictions - will backfire, say landlords.
In his first interview, YouTube's UK managing director defends the platform's algorithms.
Dentists, teachers and police officers are reportedly to get pay increases of between 2% and 2.9%.
Shows like Love Island, Gavin & Stacey and Victoria will be on ITV and the BBC's streaming service.
Retailers and hotels are among the firms seeing business hit by ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
The motor industry is trying to reduce its carbon footprint in a number of innovative ways.
A simple look at how rent controls work and how effective they are.
As more of us worry about our carbon emissions, how can you offset your air travel?
Controversial cannabis firm Ignite's UK launch is causing a backlash in the nascent industry.
Small, cheap satellites can help us track pollution, crop yields and congestion like never before.
Golf has realised it needs to make the sport more attractive to women, on and off the playing course.
May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.
When tech entrepreneur Hiroki Takeuchi was paralysed in a cycling accident, he was back in work just three months later.
India's cricketers didn't make the World Cup final, but its bookmakers are still making millions.
Farmers are struggling as coffee prices drop to historic lows, so why is the cost of a latte rising?
Australia's growing number of camel farmers say that global demand for camel milk is rising fast.
Scientists and architects in London have developed 'bio-curtains' to act as an alternative to urban trees.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the doughnut became a million dollar idea.
From a Balkan breakfast to knitting - traders are diversifying to try to buck the trend of falling sales in the high street.
Anger is growing among taxpayers facing large demands from HMRC over their loan charge repayments.
The "red team" will be employed to imagine future military threats – and how how to prevent them.
Passengers will be able to make calls and go online anywhere on the Tube network by the mid-2020s.
The House of Commons' Science and Technology raises concerns about accuracy and bias.
European police forces are scrambling to develop tools that help them track criminals using 5G networks.
Passengers reportedly paid 100 times more than they should have after Uber's payments system goes awry.
The number of likes is a measure of how well content is doing on the social media platform.
Senior Democrat Chuck Schumer says the photo app's use of personal data is "deeply troubling".
Young developer Cari Watterton, who works for a games firm located in Dundee, offers her tips for getting into the business
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology news stories.
Conspiracy theories surround the Moon landings but BBC Click seeks to dispel some of the myths.
Many people who believe the Earth is not round first heard the idea on YouTube. But how important was the video-sharing website in helping the flat Earth movement grow?
Drivers can score points by shooting virtual monsters while racing each other.
Humans and robots working together in a factory may excite some tech geeks, but worry others who fear job losses.
As politicians call for more regulation, you share your stories about children spending money within games.
Exposure from mobile networks including 5G fall well below limits set by international regulators.
Manchester United reject a 60m euro bid from Antonio Conte's Inter Milan for Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku.
Goldie Sayers says belatedly receiving her 2008 Olympic javelin bronze medal in front of a home crowd in London was "a long time coming".
Partick Thistle striker Lewis Mansell's father is hailed a hero for giving "life saving" emergency help to a supporter at his son's Scottish League Cup tie.
Ex-New York Giants player Mitch Petrus fell ill while working outside in intense heat in Arkansas.
An extraordinary last leg from "express train" Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce helps Jamaica pip Great Britain by 0.01 seconds to take 4x100m victory at the Anniversary Games.
Shane Lowry says "this doesn't feel like golf" after breaking the course record to take a four-shot lead into the final day of the 2019 Open at Portrush.
Tommy Fleetwood, JB Holmes and Brooks Koepka star among the best shots from the third day of the 2019 Open at Portrush.
Australia are on the verge of retaining the Women's Ashes after dominating England on day three of a Test the hosts must win to keep their Ashes hopes alive.
Great Britain's European champion Laura Muir storms to victory in the women's 1500m on the first day of the Anniversary Games in London.
South Africa's Akani Simbine beats Great Britain's Zharnel Hughes by 0.02 seconds to win the 100m at the Anniversary Games in London.
Danny Willett chips in to birdie the fifth on the way to a six-under par round of 65, leaving him seven-under for the tournament and in contention at Royal Portrush.
Graeme McDowell hits an approach shot on the 18th to within a couple of feet to set up a birdie at Royal Portrush.
Lee Westwood hits three consecutive birdies on the second, third and fourth to move to 10-under par and into a share of the lead at Royal Portrush.
Transfer gossip, including the latest on Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United and Neymar's potential return to Barcelona.
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