Tblisi zoo: Georgia rescue workers search for people and animals
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Tblisi zoo: Georgia rescue workers search for people and animals

Rescue workers in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi are still searching for more than 20 people…

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UK’s “youngest suicide bomber” dies fighting for ISIS
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UK’s “youngest suicide bomber” dies fighting for ISIS

A teenager from Dewsbury in West Yorkshire is believed to have become Britain’s youngest suicide…

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Rachel Dolezal parents say ‘black’ rights leader is white
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Rachel Dolezal parents say ‘black’ rights leader is white

She’s a civil rights activist, a professor of African studies and an official in the…

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The Philippines’ child miners risking their lives for gold
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The Philippines’ child miners risking their lives for gold

The shocking reality faced by children and teenagers on the Philippines’ Gold Coast – who…

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Sir Christopher Lee dies, aged 93
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Sir Christopher Lee dies, aged 93

Sir Christopher Lee, the actor famed for his roles in films from Dracula to the…

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Benjamin Clementine: from rough sleeper to rising star
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Benjamin Clementine: from rough sleeper to rising star

Fifa suspends 2026 World Cup bidding process
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Fifa suspends 2026 World Cup bidding process

Paul Mason: Bank of England’s Mark Carney calls for new penalties for market abuse
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Paul Mason: Bank of England’s Mark Carney calls for new penalties for market abuse

Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has announced looming harsher sentences for…

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What would a compulsory budget surplus mean? | Paul Mason explains
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What would a compulsory budget surplus mean? | Paul Mason explains

Critics say it’s a political trap for the opposition, Paul Mason explains George Osborne’s plan…

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