Political fallout from the Toulouse shootings is having an impact on the presidential race
Killings raise questions over Sarkozy's decision to make immigration a presidential election issue
Why did he do it? And is the hard-won trust built up between soldiers and some civilians now lost?
Questions in London and Rome after two kidnapped engineers die when Special Forces are 'unlucky' for once
A viral campaign to bring the Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony to justice has raised many questions
What retired teacher Rosemary Colvin told her local paper when her daughter was injured in Sri Lanka
Blogger tells how journalists were kept away from angry encounters between PM and hospital staff
Legal and character questions can't stop New York publishers offering top dollar for Knox's story
Options include starting a new Sunday – or pleasing News Corp shareholders by selling up in the UK
News Corp boss flies into London facing 'bigger crisis' than News of the World scandal
Dominic Mohan's defence of Page Three girls as 'healthy role models for women' is laughable
RBS boss admits he considered resigning over bonus uproar – but he refuses to apologise for his high pay
As The Sun's editor is recalled by Leveson, women's groups hope this could be a watershed moment
He let me be exactly who I wanted to be, and he was loyal, said Ali. That is the reason I love Angelo
Decade of warfare wasted, says classified report: Taliban set to return once allied troops are gone
Hollywood escapes unharmed as Gervais goes soft - has his BBC flop, Life’s Too Short, got to him?
The creator of St Trinian's who survived Changi prison and the Burma railway has died in France
Hirst's use of assistants – including taxidermists and jewellers – is 'insulting' to other artists
New to Twitter, Rupert Murdoch slags off British before wife Wendi Deng steps in
Joy at credit card charge ban underestimates wily entrepreneurs like Michael O'Leary
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