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MI5 is to give newly reinstated Home Secretary Suella Braverman “lessons on what information she can and cannot share”, says The Times. Spooks are “concerned” about the conduct of so-called “leaky Sue”, who was forced to resign last week for emailing sensitive information to people outside government. Iran’s security forces have opened fire on protestors marking 40 days since the death of Mahsa Amini, the woman allegedly killed by morality police for wearing her hijab improperly. The rally, held in Amini’s hometown, Saqqez, attracted as many as 10,000 mourners chanting “death to the dictator” and “woman, life, freedom”. An airline is launching a prize draw for customers who get stuck with the dreaded middle seat, says CNN. Virgin Australia passengers have a chance to win $145,000-worth of rewards, including a “full-day helicopter pub crawl”.