Confirmation of leader's death threatens peace process, as a power struggle intensifies within the Taliban
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Foreign Office issues warning to Brits amid strike action, migrant activity and Operation Stack
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Female Palestinian tech entrepreneurs are overcoming years of sexism, conservatism and economic sanctions
The America's Cup World Series sailing comes to Portsmouth this weekend, with a British team marked out as favourites
Gunmen killed 35 people in Manaus and suspicions are growing that police officers were involved
Astronomers have found a large planet, Kepler-452b, which they say is 'the closest twin to Earth'
US citizens, 5 per cent of the world's population, own as many as half of its privately held guns
The killings catapulted the country in civil war, but the government has yet to face up to its violent past
Building your family tree can cost money, but there are free resources for those in the know
Mock trial of bishops and barons will be held to mark 800 years since the document was signed
A new property allowance will shield homes worth up to £1m from IHT
Project hopes to disrupt the flow of money into conflict zones – but shouldn't Africans be part of the conversation?
Britain commits £100m to research into 'intelligent mobility' to make Britain the best place to test driverless cars
Privatisation of the NHS is a hot topic amid concerns over the health service's 'financial hole'
TfL says Tube customers who use Apple Pay but do not touch out could be charged £8.80 for a single trip
MPs' salaries rise by £7,000 to £74,000 as Ipsa follows through on its controversial proposal