BBC's Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus.
Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka overtakes US rival Serena Williams to become the world's highest-paid female athlete.
They are charged with Aya Hachem's murder and attempting to murder a man believed to be the target.
More than 64,000 bookings have been cancelled due to the collapse of the company.
From 8 June, people arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days - but some workers will be exempt.
The Chief Executive of NHS England says it is considering hiring cabin crew to train as nurses.
The nationwide applause has "had its moment" and should end after 10 weeks, Annemarie Plas says.
Scientific evidence on reopening schools has left teachers' leaders unconvinced that it is safe.
Pace bowler Chris Woakes says he would be happy to see Alex Hales return to the England side.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.
The singer, who helped bring African music to world audiences with hits like Yéké Yéké, dies in Guinea.
Sources say any risk to pupils is very small but any activity outside the home has risk.
The cast and writer of W1A have reunited for a one-off Zoom meeting to "cheer people up" during lockdown.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the law would be a “death knell” for Hong Kong’s special freedoms.
How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
Nicola Sturgeon says that the existing rules and stay at home message remain in place over the bank holiday weekend.
Overnight stays away from home remain banned despite the easing of the lockdown rules, police warn.
Ascot announces its order of running for June's proposed Royal Meeting, which will be held behind closed doors.