The Jubilee Line and DLR are partly suspended after incidents at three stations across the city.
Experienced duo Rob Kearney and Peter O'Mahony are restored to the Ireland team for Saturday's World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand.
The French luxury brand is criticised for using a map of China that excluded Taiwan.
BBC Sport looks back at the moment Darren Bent scores for Sunderland with a deflection from a beach ball in a 1-0 win over Liverpool at the Stadium of Light.
Your morning briefing for 17 October 2019.
With some of the big clubs struggling this season, BBC Sport statistician Chris Collinson takes a look at the reasons why.
Security guards drag out opposition lawmakers after another protest against leader Carrie Lam.
China has reacted angrily - but the US says it is merely "levelling the playing field".
Boris Johnson travels to Brussels as efforts continue back home to win support for his Brexit deal.
England drop George Ford for their World Cup quarter-final against Australia, with Owen Farrell picked in his place at fly-half.
Nadia Ali calls the pupils "happy learners" and denies the school, in south London, is breaking the law.
People should not make health decisions based on genetic tests they do at home, experts warn.
Unrest in the Spanish region continues for a third night after the sentencing of Catalan separatists.
Rising star of English ballet Precious Adams on unwittingly opening up a debate around colourism.
The ex-Miss Florida is found dead with "multiple stab wounds" in a luxury suburb of Santa Barbara.
Archaeologists made the discovery about the Cairngorms' Loch Vaa by studying timbers below its surface.
A London family is battling an international consortium over a potentially priceless painting.
"We are not bratty kids fighting for attention. We understand what we want," says the pop star.
Many crimes in the UK remain unsolved and many are not even reported - details in 10 charts.
As part of a new BBC blog series, Olivia Davies shares what she's spent her money on this week.