Lip-reading computer raises privacy fears

Briefing Mon 15 Sep, AT 15:30

Automated system can read lips with 76 per cent accuracy – and more powerful machines are on the way

Russia World Cup: a history of sporting boycotts

Briefing Fri 12 Sep, AT 14:31

If some nations refuse to take part in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, they will be following in a long tradition

Could London declare independence?

Briefing Fri 12 Sep, AT 13:48

1 in 5 Londoners would vote for independence and a city-state might even benefit the rest of the UK

People gathering in Barcelona ahead of Catalonia Day

Will the Scottish referendum affect Catalonia's fight for independence?

Briefing Thu 11 Sep, AT 11:09

A Yes vote would fire up Catalan nationalists as experts warn of the risk of a 'European contagion'

Israeli immigration officers checking African migrants

Israel accused of 'coercing' African migrants to leave

Briefing Wed 10 Sep, AT 14:46

Refugees from Sudan and Eritrea were pressured to move on, Human Rights Watch says

Why is Libya being governed from a Greek car ferry?

Briefing Wed 10 Sep, AT 12:54

Libya's parliament has decamped to a ship in the country's east, while Islamist militants roam the capital of Tripoli

Marin Ceclic showing a moment of happiness after victory over Nei Nishikori in US Open 2014

Marin Cilic wins US Open: six things about the Croatian

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 13:13

The Grand Slam champ Marin Cilic was born in Bosnia and once failed a drugs test because of his mother

Greenland ice climate change

Climate change: will scientists ever agree on global warming?

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 11:28

Carbon dioxide increasing at its fastest rate since 1984, but consensus on climate change remains elusive

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