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Iran: New attack drone modeled on captured U.S. aircraft

Iran claimed to have shot down drone used by Central Intelligence Agency in December 2011

John Sweeney: The Syria images you won’t see

John Sweeney asks how we can faithfully report a war when the horrors are too terrible to share. Source: BBC

Newspaper headlines: Brexit dominates Sunday front pages

Theresa May's "Great Repeal Bill" is carried by several papers, while a former minister tells the Observer a "hard Brexit" risks encouraging "bigoted attitudes". Source: BBC

Police officers and staff take 200,000 sick days over mental health

Police Scotland officers and staff suffering psychological problems have taken nearly 200,000 sick days over the last three years, new figures show. Source: BBC

In pictures

The best images from the world of entertainment and arts over the past week, including Britney Spears in London and Tom Hanks crashing a wedding. Source: BBC

How to relax

Your pictures showing what rest means to you. Source: BBC

Stone v brick

Old stone houses proved no match for the 24 August earthquake in Italy but its engineers have made big strides in recent years, as Patrick Jackson reports from the Tronto Valley. Source: BBC

Troy Deeney: Watford striker in contention for England spot – Alan Shearer

Watford striker Troy Deeney should be given a chance by England if there are any more injuries, says Alan Shearer. Source: BBC

Eastern Aleppo: “Everything is under attack”

Eastern Aleppo residents tell how they carry on with their lives under siege and air strikes. Source: BBC

Room 116

The now abandoned Blundeston Prison once held some of the UK's most infamous prisoners. The BBC was granted a final look around before it is pulled down. Source: BBC

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Ex-CIA deputy director: Senior intelligence officials should consider resigning

CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell served as CIA deputy director and acting director. He says the president’s comments in Helsinki have dealt a major blow to the relationship between the president and the intelligence community. He joins “CBS This Morning” from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to discuss.

Officials doing damage control after Trump’s election meddling comments

Administration officials want the president to make clear he believes his own intelligence sources over Russian president Vladimir Putin