Russia World Cup: a history of sporting boycotts

Briefing Fri 12 Sep, AT 14:31

If some nations refuse to take part in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, they will be following in a long tradition

Could London declare independence?

Briefing Fri 12 Sep, AT 13:48

1 in 5 Londoners would vote for independence and a city-state might even benefit the rest of the UK

Israeli immigration officers checking African migrants

Israel accused of 'coercing' African migrants to leave

Briefing Wed 10 Sep, AT 14:46

Refugees from Sudan and Eritrea were pressured to move on, Human Rights Watch says

Why is Libya being governed from a Greek car ferry?

Briefing Wed 10 Sep, AT 12:54

Libya's parliament has decamped to a ship in the country's east, while Islamist militants roam the capital of Tripoli

Marin Ceclic showing a moment of happiness after victory over Nei Nishikori in US Open 2014

Marin Cilic wins US Open: six things about the Croatian

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 13:13

The Grand Slam champ Marin Cilic was born in Bosnia and once failed a drugs test because of his mother

Greenland ice climate change

Climate change: will scientists ever agree on global warming?

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 11:28

Carbon dioxide increasing at its fastest rate since 1984, but consensus on climate change remains elusive

Badger cull: second anti-TB campaign begins

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 11:02

Despite opposition, badger culling is underway for a second year in an attempt to eradicate bovine TB

Depressed lonely man by window

Mental health report: the crisis at home and abroad

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 09:48

1 in 4 will suffer a mental illness and a quarter of them go untreated. That costs the UK £100bn, a new report says

A supermoon rises behind a Greek temple

Supermoon 2014: what it is and how to see it

Briefing Mon 8 Sep, AT 14:34

Everything you need to know ahead about the last supermoon of 2014, which falls tomorrow

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