Up to 80 residents have had to leave their homes in Skewen after massive flooding.
A total of 100,162 people have died with coronavirus since the pandemic began, according to government figures.
The first minister promises an independent investigation following a report into the homes.
The Met says it was a "poor decision" to hire a barber to give cuts to 31 officers in the workplace.
Three nights of rioting will not halt night curfews aimed at stopping coronavirus, say Dutch ministers.
The unemployment rate is rising as Covid hits different parts of the economy.
Lawyers for SMG deny claims it was penny-pinching before the 2017 Manchester Arena attack.
The International Olympic Committee meets on Wednesday amid growing uncertainty over this summer's Tokyo Games.
Dutch sprinter Dylan Groenewegen says he received death threats following a crash that left Fabio Jakobsen with serious head injuries.
Edouard Roger-Vasselin gets creative while stuck in his hotel ahead of the Australian Open.
Bath flanker Sam Underhill withdraws from England's Six Nations squad because of a hip injury.
The NHS says any invitation which asks for vaccine payment or bank account details is a scam.
Israel is leading the world in rolling out vaccines, but the Palestinian territories are way behind.
Fourteen wickets fall on an enthralling opening day of the first Test between Pakistan and South Africa in Karachi.
Sarah White says she wanted to reassure parents after struggling with her own children in lockdown.
Farmers angry at market reforms smashed their way through police lines to march into central Delhi.
Netherlands assistant coach Arjan Veurink will join manager Sarina Wiegman when she takes over as England women's head coach in September.
The animals are being nursed back to health at a zoo after Austrian airport security spotted them.
Several pupils at the school admitted visiting other households, breaking Covid-19 lockdown rules.
A plan to put the anti-slavery activist on the banknote was delayed under ex-President Donald Trump.