In July 1965 an 11km tunnel deep beneath the Alps was opened to traffic.
There were 274 changes made by teams across 19 ties in Tuesday's second round EFL Cup ties, a move described as "devaluing" the competition.
Prince Harry's defence of his father 20 years after his mother's death dominates Wednesday's papers.
The US urges Pakistan to stop sheltering Taliban forces amid a new US pledge to support Afghanistan.
Ministers say the European Court of Justice is not needed to police UK-EU relations after Brexit.
Wayne Rooney is "under-appreciated" despite being one of the 10 best British players ever, says former England striker Gary Lineker.
Tour operator says safety is a "priority", two years after 30 Britons were killed at a beach resort.
No food and intermittent electricity - a BBC team sees what medics are up against in a rebel-held city.
Ten companies and six individuals in Russia and China are subject to a new round of US sanctions.
Shahid Afridi's 42-ball century helps Hampshire reach their seventh T20 Finals Day in eight years as they thump Derbyshire.
A 14-year-old is arrested in Saudi Arabia after a clip of him dancing in the street went viral.
Britain's Chris and Gabby Adcock power into the last 16 of the World Championships with a straight-set defeat of French duo Bastian Kersaudy and Lea Palermo.
As President Trump says the US military is staying, we check which allies still have forces there.
David Tremayne reached 296mph before losing control when the parachute was released.
Kevin Nicks arrived on the Scottish coast after driving the converted Volkswagen from Land's End.
Celtic complete an 8-4 aggregate win over Astana to reach the Champions League group stage, despite losing in Kazakhstan.
The 18-year-old denied murder and said there was no terrorist motive for the stabbings in Turku.
The winner of the best joke award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival gives five tips to be funnier.
Diplomacy has triumphed over justice in the assault case against Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe in South Africa, writes the BBC's Pumza Fihlani.
Mark Wahlberg earned $42m more than the world's best paid actress in the past year, Forbes says.