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A series of tweets are sent from the Met's account calling for the release of a drill rap artist.
The US musician becomes the first woman to conduct the First Night of the BBC Proms.
The seizure of two tankers by Iran in the Gulf dominates the newspaper front pages.
Algeria win the Africa Cup of Nations for the second time as a freak early goal secures a 1-0 win against Senegal in Cairo.
The boss of the new high-speed rail link has reportedly warned the project will exceed its £56bn budget.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt says he is "extremely concerned" by the seizures in the Gulf.
Lee Westwood, Jordan Spieth and Ricky Fowler star among the best shots from the second day of the 2019 Open at Portrush.
The unidentified man was unharmed, but four others were taken to hospital for smoke inhalation.
Watch round highlights as home favourite Rory McIlroy makes a remarkable 65 but still misses the cut at the Open at Royal Portrush.
“He's a different kind of a guy but they say I’m a different kind of guy too," the US president says.
The congresswoman returned to her home state and was met with "welcome home" chants and signs.
When he was found in a pool of blood, Richard Oland was worth tens of millions of dollars. But who killed him and why?
The shadow foreign secretary was cycling when she was involved in a collision in Westminster.
Defending champion Geraint Thomas loses time to Tour de France leader Julian Alaphlippe after the Frenchman's stunning time trial win on stage 13.
BeLeave founder Darren Grimes says the Electoral Commission's punishment has "taken a huge toll".
BBC Sport journalist David Ornstein brings us the latest transfer gossip, including the latest on Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United and Neymar's potential return to Barcelona.
About 200m people in the US may be affected, and temperatures could reach 100F (38C) in some areas.
Zimbabwe netballers celebrate their top-eight finish at the World Cup by dancing their way onto BBC Two's TV coverage while Hazel Irvine is still presenting.
Visitors are encouraged to donate their urine to artists making bricks for a show.
There will never be another game like it - BBC Sport columnist Mark Wood reflects on the World Cup final and reveals what happened next.