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The campaigner survived a shot to the head by Taliban soldiers for her views on girls and education.
Karen Mannering warned others to take Covid-19 seriously in a video appeal from her hospital bed.
The virus is now "in general circulation" with a "gradual relaxation of restrictions" possible.
How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
It was sung at Twickenham a year earlier than previously thought - as a tribute to Martin "Chariots" Offiah.
Your comprehensive guide on how to watch and listen to the restart of the Premier League - including channel listings for the BBC's free-to-air matches.
Will students have online or face-to-face learning this autumn, and will they still have to pay full fees?
A new Russian-German space observatory produces the most detailed ever all-sky image seen in X-rays.
It was the highest of any month since records began in 1993, and nine times bigger than May a year ago.
The reopening of DIY shops and garden centres lifted sales, but they still remained far below normal levels.
First Minister Mark Drakeford hopes people will be able to "travel as far as they like".
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Friday morning.
Marcus Rashford had time to think. Time to think about things he could never forget. That's when he decided to make change happen.
Euros On This Day - 19 June: Terry's last-gasp clearance, Del Piero delights, and Czechs bounce back to stun Dutch
BBC Sport rounds up the best archive action from 19 June in European Championship history.
There are few scarier sights for defenders than Wilfried Zaha running at them but playing for Crystal Palace does not show off his ability to the full, says MOTD pundit Jermaine Jenas.
Doddie Weir, Rob Burrow and Stephen Darby talk to BBC Breakfast about life in lockdown with motor neurone disease (MND).
Head teachers welcome the move but want more details as some children face six months out of school.
Cyclists tell of late-night scrambles to buy bikes as firms struggle to meet a surge in demand during lockdown.
The shooter fled the scene in a vehicle in Massey, west Auckland, and has not been caught.
The Royal College of Nursing wants more done to look after staff on the front line or coronavirus care.