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Meet Daeshgram: The Iraqi hackers using Islamic State's propaganda against them
Islamic State pioneered modern online propaganda but their own techniques are now being turned against them to cause mistrust.
Budget 2017: Hammond to get Britain 'fit for the future'
Phillip Hammond will attempt to get Britain "fit for the future" as he faces the toughest set of Budget constraints of any Chancellor in a generation.
Bellew vs Haye: Tony Bellew considers interim fight before David Haye rematch
Tony Bellew still wants a rematch with David Haye but has suggested they both take an interim fight in the meantime.
'Best day of my life': Celebrations as Zimbabwe awaits Mugabe successor
Wild celebrations have continued on the streets of Zimbabwe, with people dancing and singing well into the night following Robert Mugabe's resignation.
Gilbert & George prepare to open new exhibition at the White Cube, Bermondsey
They are two of Britain's most bankable artists, but Gilbert & George are nothing short of cynical when it comes to their stature.
Liverpool lack lacking concentration and responsibility, says Paul Merson
Paul Merson has accused Liverpool of lacking responsibility after they let a three-goal lead slip to draw with Sevilla in the Champions League.
EasyJet claims 'advantage' in industry battle as bookings soar
EasyJet says it has a "strategic advantage" over rivals, with bookings in its current quarter up 88% on last year as competitors dwindle in number and others endure operational problems.
Jose Mourinho claims England failed to inform Man Utd of Phil Jones' injections
Jose Mourinho has directed fresh criticism at England after claiming Manchester United were not informed about Phil Jones' pain-killing injections while he was away on international duty.
Energy bills dealt 'bad hand' by Hinkley nuclear deal - MPs' report
The Government has been accused of "blinkered determination" to secure the country's first new nuclear power station in a generation at any price.
Second judge blocks Donald Trump's transgender military ban
A second US judge has blocked President Donald Trump's bid to ban transgender people from serving in the country's military.
The thrill of being swept up in Zimbabwe celebrations after Mugabe's resignation
"Wow" - that is my one-word explanation of what it was like to be on the streets of Harare as the news broke that the reviled President Robert Mugabe had resigned.
Deficit widened in October ahead of Hammond's Budget
Higher debt costs meant the Chancellor borrowed more than expected in October as he faces pre-Budget pressure to spend more on public services in uncertain economic times.
West Brom need a Tony Pulis-type manager to save them from relegation, says Paul Merson
West Brom would look to Tony Pulis as the manager to dig them out of relegation trouble if it wasn't for the fact he was sacked by the club on Monday, Paul Merson said on The Debate.
US authorities bid to block AT&T $85bn takeover of Time Warner
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has sued AT&T to stop its $85bn (£70bn) takeover of Time Warner - setting the stage for a potentially explosive legal battle.
PM avoids humiliating Commons defeat on Brexit after buying off Tory rebels
Theresa May has narrowly avoided a humiliating Commons defeat on Brexit by buying off Tory rebels with a climbdown on human rights.