Veteran ITN correspondent Michael Nicholson dies aged 79
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Veteran ITN correspondent Michael Nicholson dies aged 79

In a career spanning more than five decades, Michael Nicholson reported on the 1991 Gulf…

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Aleppo evacuation stalls as tense ceasefire breaks down
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Aleppo evacuation stalls as tense ceasefire breaks down

Evacuations out of the rebel-held enclave of Aleppo have stalled after a fragile ceasefire broke…

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What next after the fall of Aleppo?
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What next after the fall of Aleppo?

The fall of the rebel-held enclave in east Aleppo has drawn the world’s condemnation –…

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Shots fired at ambulance evacuating children from Aleppo
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Shots fired at ambulance evacuating children from Aleppo

An ambulance trying to evacuate injured children out of Aleppo came under fire. The attack…

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Council tax bills ‘to rise by 6%’ to fund social care
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Council tax bills ‘to rise by 6%’ to fund social care

No end to suffering of Aleppo citizens as hopes for peace collapse
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No end to suffering of Aleppo citizens as hopes for peace collapse

Concern over Trump’s ‘Kremlin-friendly’ administration
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Concern over Trump’s ‘Kremlin-friendly’ administration

Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, has raised concerns that Russia could…

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Peston Taxi
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Giraffes face ‘silent extinction’
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Giraffes face ‘silent extinction’

Giraffes could disappear from the planet if current rates of extinction continue, experts have warned.…

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Integration report’s hard truths for all ethnicities
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Integration report’s hard truths for all ethnicities

The “misogyny and patriarchy” in some communities is widening inequality, the author of a Government-commissioned…

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