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The proposed rules cover the use of AI in systems like ChatGPT and by law enforcement.
There is international condemnation of an attempt by prosecutors to overturn Guatemala's election results.
The president's legally embattled son says his father's critics want him to relapse on drugs.
Migrants from as far afield as China, Cameroon and Afghanistan walk into a US political quagmire.
A selection of striking images from around the world, taken over the past seven days.
The pillbox has been buried nearly roof-deep on a beach since the cliff it was on collapsed.
The term "coloured" is a slur in the US, but for millions of South Africans it is part of their identity.
The UN climate talks turn to oceans and a Pacific islander is here to fight for her home.
The writer on turning down an OBE, being dyslexic, the importance of being nice and never giving up.
France's president is denounced by all sides after lighting a Hanukkah candle at the Elysée Palace.