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The Libyan leader tried to erect his Bedouin tent on an estate outside New York that belongs to Donald Trump – to the horror of locals
Climate change could open up the Northeast Passage and link European consumers to booming Asian markets. It could also give Russia the means to blackmail the West
Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick is to name an interim replacement for Ted Kennedy - and give the Democrats the numbers in Washington
How do nations shift to low-emission economies without sacrificing growth? There are still not enough facts on the table
Why fans shouldn’t fret about the departure of Keisha Buchanan, the last surviving original member of the all-girl three-piece
Comrade Duch, or Kang Kek Iew, could be the last of the Khmer Rouge to face justice for the genocide of the late 1970s
When was the last time we saw a pop star doing anything remotely rebellious?
But there’s little of Monica Lewinsky in this oral history based on private interviews at the White House
The South Carolina representative could be turfed out of office in next year’s mid-term elections for heckling the president
A Ukrainian soldier stands guard at a military checkpoint in the eastern Donetsk region. Parliamentary elections on Sunday follow seven months of civil strife between the central government and rebels backed by Russia.
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