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Leaders waiting to see if 'shaky' ceasefire holds, as Moscow threatens retaliatory measures
Hair straighteners triggered security alert that closed Luton Airport for four hours
The Grand Slam champ Marin Cilic was born in Bosnia and once failed a drugs test because of his mother
The Jaguar XE sport saloon will go head to head with smaller BMWs, Mercedes and Audis. Here's how it shapes up
Prince George's sibling will have to contend with the 'rotten' deal of the second-born royal baby
United States hails new Iraqi cabinet as a milestone in the fight against Islamic State militants
With Scottish Labour supporters ignoring Miliband and Darling, only Brown can sell 'home rule' option
Carbon dioxide increasing at its fastest rate since 1984, but consensus on climate change remains elusive
Despite opposition, badger culling is underway for a second year in an attempt to eradicate bovine TB
1in 4 will suffer a mental illness and a quarter of them go untreated. That costs the UK £100bn, a new report says
Is Murdoch, attracted by power rather than party politics, set to play king-maker in Scotland?
Roy Hodgson's bold selection pays off as pacy England pick off main Euro 2016 rivals
German midfielder could spark January bidding war, as Lazio striker eyes Premier League
New staging of Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identity is 'a slapstick joyride' with emotional depth
With the UN summit on climate change set to begin in New York this week, thousands of people took to the streets around the world over the weekend, calling on world leaders to commit to major political and economic measures to tackle climate change.
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