Euros On This Day - 19 June: Terry's last-gasp clearance, Del Piero delights, and Czechs bounce back to stun Dutch
BBC Sport rounds up the best archive action from 19 June in European Championship history.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday morning.
The country's most famous athlete ran for his life as a child and then ran to win medals.
Planning reforms for England and HS2 rail had dominated campaigning in Chesham and Amersham.
In a rare move, the UN condemns the overthrowing of Aung San Suu Kyi and calls for an arms embargo.
US Catholic leaders begin a process that may call for the president to be barred from Holy Communion.
He's played Lowry and Turner, and now the actor explains how he came to be holding his own art show.
The front pages focus on the England v Scotland stalemate at Wembley and the Lib Dem by-election win.
After a fierce campaign, the election will decide the country's post-war future.
There was a large police presence in London's Leicester Square and George Square in Glasgow.
Singapore sees its traditional rag and bone collectors as key to its sustainability plans.
The country's leader Kim Jong-un has warned of shortages - what do we know about the food situation?
France's far-right National Rally party looks set to top Sunday's first round regional vote.
A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.
The son of Daniel Morgan speaks out following an inquiry into the Met's handling of his father's unsolved murder.
Ros Atkins traces back the story of the Delta variant and how it delayed the UK’s reopening plans.
Many protesters are being trained by ethnic armed groups - can they eventually topple the junta?
Petroleum jelly stops a slippery customer from nabbing an easy lunch.
Two midsize fashion influencers speak out about the importance of body positivity on social media.
Captain Harry Kane says England are one step closer to the last 16 at Euro 2020, but did they lack ideas in draw with Scotland?