A study shows higher risk of fatal lung disease in adults exposed to cigarette smoke in childhood.
Salih Khater will appear in court charged with the attempted murder of pedestrians and police.
The 6.3 magnitude tremor comes just two weeks after an earthquake that killed more than 460 people.
Multi-millionaire tycoon says he donated because "we have a genuine chance to turn this around".
Dominic Raab says the technical notices are necessary to "mitigate the risks" of a no-deal Brexit.
Leaders honour Kofi Annan, the first black African to become UN secretary-general, who died aged 80.
As southern India braces for more rain, BBC reporters in Kerala see the devastating impact of floods.
New laws mean websites can be blocked if deemed a security threat, but critics say they crush dissent.
A relative of a woman killed in the 1971 McGurk's Bar bombing says Drew Harris "lacks independence".
Satirist and journalist Craig Brown's work on Princess Margaret takes the UK's oldest literary award.
Ecuador imposes new entry restrictions for Venezuelans fleeing economic hardship.
Sir Peter Tapsell, who served as a Conservative MP during seven different decades, has died.
Tyson Fury says he will knock out world champion Deontay Wilder as their bout is confirmed after his win over Francesco Pianeta.
Sunday's papers feature a record donation to the People's Vote campaign and a Conservative rebellion.
Lindsay van Dijk is the first humanist lead chaplain in the NHS.
Pensioner Kwok Cheuk-kin has taken the Hong Kong government to court more than 30 times over the last decade and has won just one case.
Three young women talk frankly about living with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
#BlackLove started as a way for people to share positive images of black couples - we meet one of them.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "coffee time".
A massive carcass has washed up on the shores of eastern Russia and locals are trying to work out what it is.
Ibtihaj Muhammad won bronze for Team Sabre at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Tracking down those who helped Catalonia hold an independence vote ruled illegal by Spain last year.
Politicians hail the end of Greece's emergency credit, but ordinary Greeks see little change.
Female activists turn to internet broadcasts to seek more rights for women in Saudi Arabia.
Comedian Rebecca Shorrocks has a serious heart condition, which could put her at risk on stage.
Bui Tin had a front-row seat as Vietnam changed. But his name went on to be erased from history.
How the internet is changing the UK's antiques trade and widening the auctions market.
The former UN Secretary General was the first black African to lead the international body.
Like the proverbial "tiger mum", many Asians have huge expectations for the Hollywood film.
An artist in India is challenging sexist drawings of women in comic books, by reimaging male heroes.
Manchester City are a "rich club" but "cannot buy class", says Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho.
The on-field action quickly overpowered the frenzy of Ben Stokes' return to the England team at Trent Bridge on Saturday.
Mansfield chief executive Carolyn Radford says football is "full of dinosaurs", adding she is patronised by other executives "all the time".
Dina Asher-Smith could not continue her winning form from the European Championships, finishing second in the 200m at the Birmingham Grand Prix.
Chelsea's 3-2 win over Arsenal was thrilling, but also showed why neither will challenge for the league title, writes Phil McNulty.
Cristiano Ronaldo makes a winning start to his Juventus career as they come from behind to beat Chievo 3-2 in a dramatic Serie A opener.
Tully Kearney said she went through the pain barrier to win gold in the S5 100m freestyle at the World Para-swimming European Championships in Dublin.
Amanda Playle was terrorised by her own husband who pretended to be her ex-boyfriend.
How did British medical worker Janet Parker become the world's last victim of smallpox?
Critics of the practice say the trend for piling up stones on beaches is ruining the environment.
The still life, thought to be by artist Sir William Nicholson, failed to convince a leading expert.
Rachael Bland, who has incurable cancer, has been writing a book of memories for her son, Freddie.
Last summer the far-right descended on Charlottesville. We revisited that weekend with those involved.
Search interest in the word "wasp" in the UK was the highest in five years between 5 and 11 August.
Paul Beddoes stabbed Lynn McNally multiple times at their home.
Kirsty Walsh has become an ambassador for the West Mercia Search and Rescue team after her husband died.
Polly Kerr is one of a growing number of single women to have opted for IVF.
Shrewsbury pick up their first point of the season from a 0-0 draw with Blackpool.
Grimsby Town sign Shrewsbury Town defender Luke Hendrie on loan until January 2019.
The New Saints exit European competition this season after a 3-1 defeat at FC Midtjylland eliminates them from the Europa League.
The first English teams in the Scottish Challenge Cup, Boreham Wood and Sutton United, will face Dunfermline and Airdrieonians respectively.
Lindsay van Dijk is the first humanist lead chaplain in the NHS.
Vince Ross' Paralympic experience led him to create a successful wheelchair-making business.
Animal expert Dr Tim Cockerill talks us through the truth about spiders.
Huge plumes of smoke billowed from the building that engulfed in flames in Essex.
Ben has served five years inside HMP Oakwood and has used that time to become a mentor.
Jaiden Mangan was killed crossing the road on the way to nursery the day before his fourth birthday.
Watch the moment police dealt with a man who brandished a gun - which later turned out to be a toy - in Swansea.
The musician says he'll fund two black British students to go to the University of Cambridge.
The elaborate shed also has a bar, recreation room, swimming pool and toilet block.
The team's Amy Conroy explains why she loves the sport, as the World Championships start in Hamburg.
Nicola and Lisa Henton-Mitchell narrowly escaped the Genoa bridge collapse with their two children.
Mark Lewis and Mandy Blumenthal say they no longer feel safe because of increasing anti-Semitism.
Dele Alli's new goal celebration, unveiled in Spurs' 2-1 win at Newcastle on Saturday, has got everyone trying it - with Jesse Lingard, Olly Murs and a lot of you trying to perfect the pose.
The only thing Ria has of her mum is a photo, and paperwork which states she does not want any contact.
Residents hope the birds will scramble after quickly multiplying.
The BBC's Rana Jawad has been to the cemetery in Tunis that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attended in 2014.
Ella Stevens has been go-kart racing since she was six years old and dreams about being an F1 driver.
The synthetic drug rising in popularity in the West Midlands.
A paedophile who hid his face from the camera was convicted when an expert could identify his hands.
Scope shop staff are planning to auction the Ralf Schumacher outfit online.
Laceinne Cooper is raising her child on a plant-based diet. She explains how and why.
Thousands of students get their exam results this month. BBC Rewind looks at some classic reactions.
The UK heatwave has been good for aerial archaeologists spotting hidden treasures in the dry fields.
A man who knew Salih Khater says he was a quiet man who "never used to say anything".
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