Warning: video contains graphic footage. Another unarmed black man shot dead by a white police officer
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As the chances of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict fade, few alternatives remain
Tories claim Labour would 'barter away' Trident in a bid to secure power through an SNP coalition
Rory McIlroy is the hot favourite to win at Augusta – but who else is worth a flutter?
From today the government is reintroducing exit checks for ferry and rail passengers leaving the UK
Ed Miliband says he would scrap the non-dom status that has become 'a symbol of tax avoidance' in the UK
Cern scientists prepare for next round of history-making smash-ups in massive underground laboratory
Hot on the heels of opening the first regulated Bitcoin exchange in the US, Coinbase hopes to set up shop in the UK
Customers advised to postpone train travel over Easter bank holiday due to major engineering work
Last year it was UN peacekeepers in Scotland, this year Clarkson is trying to save the environment
#Tidalforall or #Tidalfornoone? Beyonce, Madonna and Rihanna among stars to support new platform
Campaigners warn the legislation will be used to target the gay community, as calls to boycott the state intensify
Italy's highest court has overturned the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito in the final ruling on the case
Local rebel groups are fighting for control of a country that could become the battleground for a wider war
The simple matter of putting the clocks forward by an hour in spring has always sparked discord
Black Rod, Norman French and a message from the Queen – what to expect from prorogation
Tax returns are set to be replaced by new online tax accounts, but will they be as simple as the Chancellor claims?
The world is an even stranger place than it seems if these conspiracy theories are to be believed