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Alison McDonald was diagnosed with a blood cancer after she lost several inches in height.
'A lot of my values come from being resilient' - South Africa captain Kolisi on poverty, mental health, racism and his legacy
South Africa's World Cup-winning captain Siya Kolisi, in a wide-ranging BBC Sport interview, says he doesn't want people to think he's "flawless" and talks about "fighting battles" with alcohol.
Some papers cover the Queen's hospital stay in their late editions, while others focus on Covid.
She is "in good spirits" after a one-night stay for preliminary medical checks, Buckingham Palace says.
Vaccination rates have lagged among US police, even as Covid-19 becomes their leading cause of death.
Homes and temples of Hindu Bangladeshis have been torched across the country, and at least seven killed.
More than 1,000 people are dying in Russia every day, and in Vologda only one in four is vaccinated.
Here are some of the reasons why the Saudi-led consortium has proved controversial.
Relationship education is now compulsory in England, including sex education at secondary schools.
Why experts say cutting contrails costs less than $1bn a year but may be worth so much more.
One company plans to build the world's longest electricity cable to connect Morocco to the UK.
Philanthropist and author William Sieghart says he can find a poem to ease anyone's troubles.
How the Senegalese-born 21-year-old's myth-busting of "life hacks" made him a household name.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says managers are being put off taking jobs because of the sort of abuse suffered by Steve Bruce.
The singer will read I Talk Like a River, about a boy whose father helps him with his stutter.
Newcastle United's new owners have held talks with former Roma manager Paulo Fonseca as they continue their search for Steve Bruce's replacement.
West Ham take a significant stride towards the Europa League knockout stages by comfortably beating Genk and maintaining their 100% record.
Tottenham pay the price for leaving their star players at home as Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem earn a deserved win in the Europa Conference League.
Alfredo Morelos was kept waiting for his 100th Rangers goal as Steven Gerrard's men revived their Europa League knockout hopes by easing to victory over Brondby.
Only nine Republicans in the chamber voted to hold Mr Bannon in contempt.