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Danish director Lars von Trier’s controversial, explicit horror film starring Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg
What are the symptoms, who is catching it and what can be done?
But the plan to donate free vaccine to poorer countries has caused a split among the pharmaceutical giants
As trials of a vaccine begin in Australia the UK drugs company will be licking its lips at the prospect of huge potential profits
Transfer Talk: The Merseysiders are looking at the £18m-rated Roma and Italy midfielder as a replacement should Xabi Alonso leave
Oona Chaplin joins mother Geraldine in Roberto Stefano’s horror film, ‘Imago Mortis’
The chief executive of the sportscar-maker has left the firm, leading to speculation it is to be taken over by Volkswagen
But the Italian PM tries to laugh off the recordings made by call-girl Patrizia D’Addario
The England batting star is ruled out after surgery on his achilles tendon, with Ian Bell of Warwickshire expected to replace him
The race leader tightened his grip on the Tour de France with a calculated break on the toughest day of this year’s event
An advert depicting Israeli soldiers playing football with Palestinians has been criticised for making light of the occupation
The acclaimed horror and fantasy film director has signed up for the adaptation of the world’s most popular role-playing computer game
Today is a momentous day in the history of the United Kingdom as millions of Scots vote on the future of their country. If the Scots vote Yes, the 307-year-old union between England and Scotland will come to an end.
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