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In a first interview since becoming GCHQ's director, Anne Keast-Butler shares her AI concerns.
The first minister's parents-in-law left through the Rafah gate into Egypt, it has been confirmed.
The shirt he wore during England's win over Portugal is expected to fetch tens of thousands of pounds.
Watch as some superb fielding from Afghanistan leads to three Netherlands wickets in their World Cup match in Lucknow, India.
Jordan McSweeney wins a challenge at the Court of Appeal over the length of his 38-year sentence.
In a case filed at New York's Supreme Court, the woman says she suffered "severe emotional distress".
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he will allow Luis Diaz to decide whether he is available this weekend following the kidnapping of his father in Colombia.
Authorities says they must act to stop a dangerous population explosion among the invasive species.
Watch as a rocket throw from fine leg dismisses Max O'Dowd for 42 in their World Cup match against Afghanistan.
The snackable sovereign is made from marshmallows and chocolate.
The Women's Tennis Association says it accepts responsibility for the "challenging conditions" its players are facing at the WTA Finals in Cancun, Mexico.
England Test captain Ben Stokes says he will undergo surgery to address his ongoing knee issue after the World Cup.
Palestinian authorities list 127 names on the UK section of foreigners who are eligible to leave via Egypt.
Wasteful Wales end their WXV campaign winless after failing to beat 14-player Australia in Auckland.
Three people are confirmed dead and six more are missing as heavy winds and rain buffet central Italy.
At least 27 have died in a blaze that tore through a building in Langarud, north of Tehran.
Bromley boss Andy Woodman, who is best friends with England manager Gareth Southgate, is targeting an FA Cup upset when his non-league side host Blackpool.
No one saw England's dismal World Cup coming - now the rebuild of the one-day team is Rob Key's biggest challenge to date, says Stephan Shemilt.
Detectives say the theft of historical military items was "audacious" and well organised.
Jilly Crofts started working on the project in May and it has taken about 200 hours to complete.