The law is being changed to make it easier for people to record their final wishes during the pandemic.
Saturday's papers include PC Harper's widow's "pain", and a new book about Prince Harry and Meghan.
Afghan women are often forced to keep their name secret, even from doctors. But some are fighting back.
Forced to flee for his life, Mujahed Aqlan relives his perilous journey across Europe as a teenager.
Face masks are everywhere - and with them, the rise of "maskne" and new mask-friendly makeup trends.
Jed Foster was charged with killing PC Andrew Harper before the case against him was dropped.
A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week.
Public Health England's conclusions come as ministers consider new measures to combat obesity.
A mother and daughter say they will continue to shield despite restrictions easing on 1 August.
Eating dog meat has become controversial within South Korea as growing numbers own dogs as pets.
An extraordinary Catholic nun saved Hélène Ullrich and 82 other children during the Holocaust in France.
Two women document their birth stories for the BBC, to show what it’s like to have a baby in a pandemic.
The president underwent a series of U-turns in an effort to save his re-election chances.
The Instagram-friendly fashion brand has seen a rapid rise, but could its success be under threat?
Stuck at home during the pandemic, amateur investors have piled into the stock market with mixed results.
With the hospitality sector savaged by the pandemic, jobs are attracting many more applicants.
Paris St-Germain beat 10-man Saint-Etienne to win the French Cup in a game in which some fans were allowed into the Stade de France.
David Silva says he wouldn't change a thing about his 10 glorious years at Manchester City as he prepares to make his final league appearance for the club.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is "one of the top strikers in the world", according to manager Brendan Rodgers.
Watch highlights as Ollie Pope and Jos Buttler share an unbeaten century stand after England lose early wickets against the West Indies on day one of the third Test at Old Trafford.