Manchester City playmaker Bernardo Silva is charged with misconduct by the Football Association over a tweet he sent to team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
Andy Murray reaches his first singles quarter-final in a year by beating fellow Briton Cameron Norrie in the second round of the China Open.
England's Sam Underhill and Jamie George are interrupted by a "brilliant ringtone" at the news conference ahead of Saturday's clash versus Argentina.
"The wall just collapsed and it was like a tidal wave," one resident said.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says his team must "stick together" after the embarrassment of a 7-2 home defeat by Bayern Munich.
The supermarket chain said it had accepted the chief executive's resignation with 'regret'.
He pushed aides towards extreme methods of deterring crossings at the southern border, a book says.
Barcelona and Inter Milan meet in the Champions League - but can you name the players who featured for both European giants?
BBC Radio 1Xtra's Jeremiah Asiamah sees how he compares to the superstars of the NFL before the International Series games at the new Tottenham stadium.
Your morning briefing for 2 October 2019.
The missile launch comes hours after Pyongyang said nuclear talks with the US would finally resume.
Two Harry Potters and a Katie Price explain how having a famous name has affected their lives.
'Operation Matterhorn' is the UK's largest peacetime repatriation effort, costing around £100m.
One protester was shot in the chest, and more than 180 people were arrested during battles with police.
Photographer Alison Baskerville's explores the experiences of women with a passion for cycling.
Jonty Bravery was 17 when he was charged with attempted murder but can be identified after turning 18.
The pop star discusses sexuality, making Cher cry, and whether Queen could share a bill with Abba.
The Conservatives are promising tougher sentences - but how does society decide who goes to jail?
The fast food firm's post is banned by the advertising watchdog for encouraging anti-social behaviour.
The amount of children waiting to become Scouts, Beavers, Cubs or Explorers rose by 20% since 2017.