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  • Vendor Lock-In Is A Good Thing? HP's CFO Thinks So
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  • Meeting Announcement: Governance Committee Meeting on Wednesday, December 6, 2023 @ 21:00 UTC
  • Genetic Research Into a 9,000-Year-Old Shaman Burial in Germany
  • Demon Hunting: Physicists Confirm 67-Year-Old Prediction of Massless, Neutral Composite Particle
  • Simple Mobile Tools Has Been Acquired by a Notorious Ads Company
  • Diversified Farming Practices Can be Profitable and Boost Biodiversity in Nearly Half of the World
  • Campaigners Prep Legal Challenge Over NHS Deal With Palantir
  • A High School’s Deepfake Porn Scandal is Pushing US Lawmakers Into Action
  • New Research Reveals High Levels Of Consumer Debt Among Majority Of UK Households
  • Inside the Intel 386 Processor Die: the Clock Circuit
  • Research Suggests Sentinel Warning Calls may be Universally Understood Across Continents
  • Chrome's Next Weapon in the War on Ad Blockers: Slower Extension Updates
  • New Dolphin Super Power Discovered
  • South Up, Aotearoa Centred, Equal-Earth Projection Map
  • Natural Superhero Fungi Boosts Crop Yields by 40%
  • Cross-Contamination Between Tech Giants
  • Nvidia CEO Says the US Will Take 20 Years to Achieve Chipmaking Independence from China and Taiwan
  • Sam Altman Officially Back as OpenAI CEO: “We Didn't Lose a Single Employee”
  • The PC Market Is Finally Growing Again, With 2024 Projected To See An 8% Uptick In Shipments
  • Glitching Hubble Puts Science Missions On Hold
  • Hackers Spent 2+ Years Looting Secrets of Chipmaker NXP Before Being Detected
  • Inactive Google Accounts to be Deleted From Friday
  • Every Bitcoin Payment 'Uses a Swimming Pool of Water'
  • Parental Pressures Are Taking the Fun Out of Children's Play
  • Tim O'Reilly on Algorithmic Tuning for Exploitation
  • GNOME Gets a Million Euros from Germany
  • UK Watchdog Threatens Enforcement Action Over Ad Cookies
  • New “Stable Video Diffusion” AI Model Can Animate Any Still Image
  • Sitting in Traffic Triggers a Blood Pressure Surge That Lasts 24 Hours
  • Data-Destroying Defect Found In OpenZFS 2.2.0
  • Sports Illustrated Published Articles by Fake, AI-Generated Writers
  • How the Meat and Dairy Sector Resists Competition From Alternative Animal Products
  • Solar Storms Hit More Locally Than Expected: Current Instrument Network Too Sparse, Says Study
  • The Ars Guide to Time Travel in the Movies
  • Nvidia To Become The World's Largest Semiconductor Firm In 2023, According To TSMC Chairman
  • After 151 Years, Popular Science Will No Longer Offer a Magazine
  • Researchers Figure Out How to Bypass the Fingerprint Readers in Most Windows PCs
  • Meeting Announcement: Governance Committee Meeting on Wednesday, November 29, 2023 @ 21:00 UTC
  • Telco CEO Quits After Admitting She Needs Rivals' Sims
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  • Soot Pollution from Coal-Fired Power Plants is More Deadly than Soot from Other Sources, Study Shows
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  • Line of Drivers Follow Google Maps Deep into Desert
  • Study Reveals How Shipwrecks Are Providing A Refuge For Marine Life
  • Elon Musk And Tesla Ignored Autopilot’s Fatal Flaws, Judge Says Evidence Shows
  • EC Rules Adobe's $20B Buy Of Figma Will Kill Competition
  • Sand Mining In Vietnam's Mekong Delta Sinks Homes, Livelihoods
  • NASA Will Launch A Mars Mission On Blue Origin’s First New Glenn Rocket
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  • Harvard, MIT and UPenn's Presidents Should 'Resign in Disgrace', Bill Ackman Says
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  • SpaceX Plans Key NASA Demonstration For Next Starship Launch
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  • Western US Wildfires Undo Two Decades of Air Quality Progress
  • Amazon Releases Fallout TV Series Trailer
  • Congress Spent Billions On EV Chargers. But Not One Has Come Online.
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  • Windows 10 Gets Three More Years of Security Updates, If You Can Afford Them
  • ChatGPT Tops Wikipedia's Most-Viewed Articles of 2023 List
  • US Students' Math Scores Plunge In Global Education Assessment
  • Facebook Kills PGP-Encrypted Emails
  • India Reveals That It Has Returned Lunar Spacecraft To Earth Orbit
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  • Another Fast Radio Burst is Coming from a Hypernebula. Also, Hypernebulae are a Thing
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  • Europa Clipper Could Help Discover if Jupiter's Moon is Habitable
  • NASA's Interstellar Mapping Probe Prepares for a 2025 Launch
  • Does Betelgeuse Even Rotate? Maybe Not
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  • Digital Rights Groups Urge Meta to Stop Silencing Palestine
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  • Latest Draft of UN Cybercrime Treaty Is A Big Step Backward
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  • The Eyes on the Board Act Is Yet Another Misguided Attempt to Limit Social Media for Teens
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  • On His 42nd Birthday, Alaa Abd El Fattah’s Family Files UN Petition for His Release
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  • To Best Serve Students, Schools Shouldn’t Try to Block Generative AI, or Use Faulty AI Detection Tools
  • Speaking Freely: Agustina Del Campo
  • Low Budget Should Not Mean High Risk: Kids' Tablet Came Preloaded with Sketchyware
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  • It’s Time to Oppose the New San Francisco Policing Ballot Measure
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  • Platforms Must Stop Unjustified Takedowns of Posts By and About Palestinians
  • Introducing Badger Swarm: New Project Helps Privacy Badger Block Ever More Trackers
  • This Month, The EU Parliament Can Take Action To Stop The Attack On Encryption
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  • EFF to Supreme Court: Reverse Dangerous Prior Restraint Ruling Upholding FBI Gag on X’s Surveillance Transparency Report
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  • VICTORY! California Department of Justice Declares Out-of-State Sharing of License Plate Data Unlawful
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  • What’s the Goal and How Do We Get There? Crucial Issues in Brazil’s Take on Saving the News from Big Tech
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  • China launches world’s first fourth-generation nuclear power plant
  • Two African states cancel tax agreements with France
  • Africans are increasingly learning Russian. Why?
  • Russia-UAE relations at all-time high – Putin
  • Russian MP proposes ban on opposite sex names for kids
  • EU split on using Russian assets to fund Ukraine – Politico
  • WATCH Russian forces shoot down Ukrainian drones
  • Nuclear power key to ‘net zero’ by 2050 – specialist
  • UAE leader welcomes ‘dear friend’ Putin
  • US Republicans reveal why they walked out of Senate Ukraine briefing
  • India mulling wheat imports from Russia – media
  • African nations buy over 30% of weapons exported by Russia
  • Israel’s ground operation in Gaza may finish next month – CNN
  • ‘High risk’ of defeat – Zelensky’s top aide
  • Relationship with Moscow ‘saved us at times’ – New Delhi
  • US drawing up plans for postwar Gaza – Politico
  • Venezuela adds disputed oil-rich region to its map
  • Swiss bank helped US taxpayers hide billions
  • Not funding Ukraine ‘absolutely crazy’ – Biden
  • Germany not Ukraine’s ally – Berlin
  • IOC to keep ‘discriminatory’ rules for Paris Olympics
  • EU state declares measles epidemic
  • EU state bans Russian ruble transactions – media
  • Russia and Vietnam ditching dollar in trade – banking major
  • US Republicans grill university heads on campus anti-Semitism
  • Bernie Sanders opposes $10 billion Israel aid
  • Biden expresses doubt on reelection bid – media
  • Moscow seeks more trade with Modi’s home state 
  • Zelensky abruptly cancels US Senate appeal
  • US House speaker issues Ukraine ultimatum to Biden
  • Fyodor Lukyanov: Here’s the grave diplomatic mistake Ukraine will eventually regret
  • US imposes visa bans over West Bank violence
  • Zelensky party MP tells Ukrainian women to go to the front lines
  • US posts $7 million bounty on Russian entrepreneur
  • UK nuclear site ‘leaking’ – The Guardian
  • Moscow must deal with fallout from Kiev’s nationalism – Putin
  • UK preparing to push Ukraine toward peace talks – media
  • Israel can’t defeat Hamas in battle, so what’s next?
  • FBI warns of ‘new level’ terrorist threat 
  • EU warns of Christmas terror attacks
  • Send Ukrainian men home to fight – German MP
  • European Council chief cuts China trip short – media
  • End of capitalism in US tops Saxo Bank’s ‘outrageous’ predictions
  • Beijing tells West peace depends on 'one China'
  • ‘Russia will not lose’: Orban outlines the future of Europe
  • Over 50 Indian cough-syrup makers fail quality test – report
  • Get Covid shots for Christmas – Germany
  • Ukrainian accession to EU ‘terribly far away’ – member state
  • Boris Johnson considered military raid on NATO state – Daily Mail
  • Russian oil price cap has ‘largely failed’ – Politico
  • US border control bill collapses – NBC
  • Florida Democrats accused of shielding Biden from rivals
  • Poland demands EU limits on Ukrainian truckers
  • Nigerian military airstrike ‘mistakenly’ kills dozens of civilians
  • Former NATO chief urges EU to square up to China
  • India to become world’s third largest economy – S&P
  • Investors may have had prior knowledge of Hamas attack on Israel – research
  • Moscow still ready for talks with Kiev – Kremlin
  • Grammy winner snubbed by Germans over Russia links
  • Israel mulls flooding Hamas tunnels – WSJ
  • Gazans running out of safe places – UN official
  • Italians spending less on groceries – report
  • Conor McGregor hints at Irish presidency bid
  • Kremlin announces Putin Middle East trip
  • Qatar dumping shares in key UK bank – Bloomberg
  • Joint Algerian-Russian exercises to be held in Mediterranean
  • Finland to produce artillery shells for Ukraine – defense minister
  • US targets two African states with travel bans
  • The forgotten hero: How Russia helped launch the decolonial movement in the heart of the British Empire
  • Brazil’s Lula will invite Putin to G20
  • WATCH Russian tanks in action in Donbass
  • Billionaire graduate accuses Harvard of discriminating against white males
  • Israeli facility linked to nuclear program hit in Hamas strike – NYT
  • EU countries buying record volumes of Russian LNG
  • Brits have become much poorer than French – study
  • US ‘out of money’ for Ukraine – White House
  • African state scraps EU security missions
  • Drone attack on Crimea and Azov Sea repelled – Russian Defense Ministry
  • WHO asks Israel to spare Gaza warehouse
  • Tiger ‘tears apart’ man in Russia (VIDEO)
  • UK revises estimate of Russian casualties
  • Ukraine ignored US 'counter-offensive' strategy – WaPo
  • American found dead in Russian deportation center – media
  • Netanyahu must be charged by ICC – Erdogan
  • Migrants must learn Russian and respect the law – Putin
  • Israel vows to hunt Hamas anywhere – security chief
  • Néocolonialisme: France made ‘the largest marine cemetery in the world’ just to contain Russia and China
  • War is inevitable – North Korea
  • Russia’s trade with fellow BRICS country soaring – envoy
  • EU state reports ‘highly pathogenic’ bird flu outbreak
  • African country reveals LNG export plan
  • ‘Lost’ $100 million masterpiece recovered
  • Endgame: How will Ukraine look after its defeat?
  • At the Cold War’s height, this Russian admiral helped India create a fleet capable of countering the US and its allies
  • NATO state’s president vetoes arms shipment to Ukraine
  • Brazil not interested in Russia sanctions – ambassador
  • Russia won’t ban abortions – top senator
  • Former US ambassador accused of being Cuban spy – AP
  • Biden draining US strategic crude reserves – industry association
  • Zelensky trying to directly control army – media

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  • Heavy Gaza fighting halts most aid delivery, leaves civilians with few places to seek safety as war between Israel and Hamas continues
  • In Asean, only Philippines embraces US’ Indo-Pacific strategy that is ‘trigger’ for South China Sea tensions
  • Israeli army, settlers slammed over West Bank violence amid fears of ‘a new Palestinian intifada’
  • Former UK PM Boris Johnson apologises to families for ‘pain and loss’ at Covid inquiry, defends health record
  • Zambia mine collapse: man rescued nearly a week after being trapped, but dozens still missing
  • EU-China summit: thorny issues to dominate as tense ties reflect ‘sober realism’
  • Ukrainians prepare for long war. Will the West stay the course?
  • Hollywood actors ratify contract to formally end strike
  • Mystery, horror surround US case of Mei Li Haskell, a headless torso and missing parents
  • Meta, IBM and Intel join alliance for open AI development while Google and Microsoft sit out
  • Is US ‘sleepwalking into dictatorship’? Warnings about Donald Trump spook Americans
  • Bedbug crisis warning in Athens ‘absolutely false’: hoax targeting foreign visitors to Greece using short-term rental flats under investigation by police
  • Earth on course for catastrophic tipping points, scientists warn
  • Artist Jesse Darling wins Britain’s controversial Turner Prize
  • Israel-Gaza war: Joe Biden says Hamas raped and mutilated women during October 7 assault
  • Why the EU must not spurn China’s charm offensive
  • US congressman Patrick McHenry, opponent of China investment curbs, won’t run for re-election
  • Hamas drugged hostages before release so they looked ‘happy’, Israeli health official says
  • US to hit Israeli settlers with visa bans over West Bank violence
  • Taliban rule ‘made girlhood illegal’ in Afghanistan, Malala Yousafzai says
  • Ukraine war: 6 Ukrainian children returned from Russia thanks to Qatari deal
  • UK home secretary James Cleverly signs new Rwanda treaty to resurrect asylum plan
  • WHO empties aid warehouse in southern Gaza after Israeli army ‘advice’
  • Singapore tops world education list along with Asia’s Japan and South Korea, as Europe sees ‘worrying’ decline
  • Israel would consider another Gaza ceasefire to get back hostages
  • Israel moves into Gaza’s second-largest city Khan Younis in bloody new phase of war
  • Israel considers flooding Gaza tunnels with seawater, report says
  • Israel’s military admits 2 civilian deaths in Gaza for every Hamas fighter
  • Nepal tells Russia to stop recruiting its citizens as mercenaries after 6 die
  • Russia’s Vladimir Putin greets children, views ‘nuclear button’ as re-election bid nears
  • US accuses former ambassador of spying for Cuba over decades
  • Nigerian military drone attack mistakenly kills civilians at religious gathering
  • Israel army denies telling WHO to empty aid warehouse in southern Gaza
  • US Supreme Court wrestles with OxyContin maker’s bankruptcy deal – with billions of dollars at stake
  • Trump seeks to appeal reinstated gag orders in New York civil fraud case
  • Taipei’s new envoy to US may be less effective than his predecessor, analysts say
  • Death toll in Tanzania floods rises to 63, prime minister says
  • Oxford University Press names ‘rizz’ as word of the year for 2023, but what does it mean?
  • City officials in Brazil voted to pass bill that was secretly written by ChatGPT in just 15 seconds
  • Vladimir Putin to visit Saudi Arabia and UAE in rare trip abroad
  • Ghana court jails and fines Chinese national over illegal gold mining
  • How Narendra Modi’s India is tiptoeing towards Taiwan
  • Russia unaware of Ukraine war death toll due to military’s ‘culture of dishonest reporting’: UK intelligence
  • UK says no evidence Sellafield nuclear site hacked by groups linked to China, Russia
  • UK announces stricter visa measures to reduce migration, raises minimum salary
  • Libya dismantles illegal gold mining network comprising Chinese, Chadian and Nigerian nationals
  • UK’s only pandas, Tian Tian and Yang Guang, return to China after 12 years at the Edinburgh zoo without conceiving
  • Israel-Gaza war: Netanyahu corruption trial resumes in midst of war with Hamas in Jerusalem
  • US warns it’s running out of money for Ukraine war and that could hinder fight against Russia
  • Israeli tanks enter south Gaza as it widens offensive, telling Palestinians to flee but ‘there is no safe place’
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  • As U.S.-Funded Wars Rage in Israel and Ukraine, Pentagon Watchdog Warns of Military Failures
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  • Rand Paul Wants to End Undeclared War in Syria
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  • Members of Israel’s Ruling Likud Party Once Planned to Assassinate Henry Kissinger
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  • NYPD Accused of Fabricating Domestic Violence Survivor’s Murder Confession
  • Henry Kissinger, Top U.S. Diplomat Responsible for Millions of Deaths, Dies at 100
  • Ted Cruz: “I Condemn Nothing That the Israeli Government Is Doing”
  • Some Politicians Calling for a “Ceasefire” Are Not Actually Calling for a Ceasefire
  • India Accidentally Hired a DEA Agent to Kill Sikh American Activist, Federal Prosecutors Say
  • Bipartisan Plan to Trade Immigrant Rights for Ukraine Money Is Sinking Fast
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  • Israeli settler violence brings destruction and fear to West Bank as war rages
  • Zelensky abruptly cancels US Senate briefing amid funding row
  • Putin lands in UAE for rare foreign trip
  • UAE extradites British trader Sanjay Shah to Denmark
  • BTS tell K-pop fans: Don't wave us off at military bases
  • Mount Marapi: Indonesia rescuers find last missing hiker on volcano
  • Hollywood actors' union Sag-Aftra ratifies strike-ending contract
  • Biden says stopping Trump is motivation for second term
  • Bosnian Serb leader Dodik on trial for defying international envoy Schmidt
  • Paris 2024: Construction at surfing venue in Tahiti paused after coral damaged
  • Wieambilla shootings: US arrests man over Australian religious terror attack
  • Israel Gaza: Hamas raped and mutilated women on 7 October, BBC hears
  • US sanctions individuals implicated in West Bank attacks
  • Israel's new Gaza evacuation zones leave Palestinians few places to go
  • 'Wounded child, no surviving family': The pain of Gaza’s orphans
  • Rushdi Abualouf: 'It's so much harder to watch Gaza from the outside'
  • What is Hamas and why is it fighting with Israel in Gaza?
  • Hamas planned sexual violence as weapon of war - Israeli campaigner
  • Bowen: US sets clearer red lines for Israel as ceasefire ends
  • Five-year-old Hamas hostage returns to school and is hugged by classmates
  • Virginia home explodes as police respond to call
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  • Watch: Maori MP performs haka before swearing oath to King
  • Wakeskater plunges off Dubai skyscraper pool in 'world first'
  • Mount Marapi: Ash-covered Indonesia volcano survivor asks mum for help
  • World War Two bomb detonated off coast of Denmark
  • COP28: Is the world about to promise to ditch fossil fuels?
  • Olive oil price skyrockets as Spanish drought bites
  • Republican debate: Trump's rivals hunt elusive momentum
  • Outed on TikTok in Ethiopia: 'How a dance nearly cost me my life'
  • Nimisha Priya: The Indian nurse from Kerala on death row in Yemen
  • Afghan Hazara refugees live in fear of being deported by Pakistan

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  • Boris Johnson says he ‘should have twigged’ about seriousness of Covid sooner – UK politics live
  • Government rejects ‘Hillsborough law’ central to campaign by victims’ families
  • Israel and Hamas fight house-to-house battles across Gaza
  • Samir Shah to be appointed as next chair of BBC
  • UK ministers ‘misled public’ when scrapping air quality regulations
  • Cop28 live: UN climate chief warns nations not to ‘fall into the trap of point scoring’
  • Brexit car tariffs to be suspended for three years as EU protects car exports – business live
  • Murdered journalist Dom Phillips’ unfinished book to be published in 2025
  • Russia-Ukraine war live: Putin makes rare trip outside of Russia
  • DWP errors leave more than 200,000 pensioners 1.3bn out of pocket
  • ‘He doesn’t want to face us’: Boris Johnson arrives at dawn, avoiding Covid inquiry families
  • Israel’s focus turns to Khan Younis as it hunts for Hamas leaders
  • Minnows into seadogs: inside England’s new fishing apprenticeship
  • I’m an adult. Why do I regress under my parents’ roof?
  • Pyramids of geezer: a new zenith of Danny Dyer movies looms
  • ‘Nepo baby’ was just the start: inside the expanding nepo universe
  • From Beyonc to Beckham: the worrying rise of one-sided celeb documentaries
  • The 50 best films of 2023 in the UK – 50 to 31
  • Liverpudlian indie hero Paul Simpson: ‘I could have made a masterpiece but I was too damaged’
  • VIP passengers: the five black rhinos flown 2,700 miles on a mission to repopulate Chad
  • The sauna secret: why Finland is the happiest country in the world
  • You can’t truly understand the royal race row unless you’ve felt the sting of skin tone bigotry | Georgina Lawton
  • My daughter’s murder tore me apart. So does knowing that killings like hers are preventable | Julie Devey
  • My first shower in six days was like an old friend. But now the war in Gaza is back | Atef Abu Saif
  • Driverless cars were the future but now the truth is out: they’re on the road to nowhere | Christian Wolmar
  • The Beatles transcend time, geography, demographics and personal taste | Margaret Sullivan
  • Biden now regrets the strength of his support for Netanyahu – he must act before it’s too late | Simon Tisdall
  • Centrists are out of favour. But as the Netherlands is learning, the alternative is far worse | Arnon Grunberg
  • Want to buy a pygmy goat? I know just the place | Alys Fowler
  • The Guardian view on the Rwanda deal: Tory asylum policy sinks to a new low | Editorial
  • The Guardian view on cystic fibrosis treatments: a rollercoaster ride for the sick | Editorial
  • Schools are still reeling from Michael Gove’s arrogant meddling | Letters
  • Dealing with the rise of the far right in Europe | Letters
  • Young people’s plea to Cop28: ‘World leaders owe it to future generations’
  • Climate funding must be faster and easier, says deputy PM of flood-hit Somalia
  • Earth on verge of five catastrophic climate tipping points, scientists warn
  • Record number of fossil fuel lobbyists get access to Cop28 climate talks
  • India v England: first women’s T20 international – live
  • What England and Wiegman can learn from first Nations League campaign
  • Emma Raducanu misses out on first batch of Australian Open wild cards
  • Moving the Goalposts | Christine Sinclair closes international chapter as Canada’s storied pioneer
  • Abbas Khan: the trailblazing football official striving to break down barriers
  • Jürgen Klopp, Ange Postecoglou and the Premier League’s era of charisma | Aaron Timms
  • UK Athletics to announce record 3.7m loss months before Paris Olympics
  • Mercedes and F1 Management reject allegations against Toto and Susie Wolff
  • Rishi Sunak accused of giving Rwanda millions’ for nothing in return’
  • UK government is not prepared for climate disasters, says spending watchdog
  • Bank of England warns AI could pose financial stability risks
  • Former British army chief joins Lynton Crosby’s lobbying firm
  • Derby man who stored friend’s body in freezer jailed for two years
  • Most victims of domestic homicide have contacted police or NHS, review shows
  • English town halls face unprecedented rise in bankruptcies, council leaders warn
  • Revealed: Sellafield nuclear site has leak that could pose risk to public
  • London borough of Richmond is ‘happiest place to live in Great Britain’
  • Tui considers moving stock exchange listing from FTSE 100 to Frankfurt
  • Trump will target media ‘criminally or civilly’ if re-elected, ally vows
  • Italy to pull out of China’s Belt and Road Initiative – Europe live
  • Republicans set to block vote on Ukraine and Israel aid as they press for stricter border policies – US politics live
  • Ireland offering asylum seekers tents amid acute housing shortage
  • AI firms ‘should include members of public on boards to protect society’
  • Eric Trump to testify again in fraud trial against Trump Organization
  • Elon Musk’s AI startup seeks to raise $1bn in equity
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