Campaigners say the law is discriminatory but PM says lifting the ban would 'undermine the sanctity of marriage'
Refugees will longer be subjected to 'shockingly degrading tests' and questions in order to prove their sexuality
Our condescending, arrogant elite: even the judgment came with a ‘de haut en bas’ sting in the tail
British director says the biblical film Exodus wouldn't be financed if the lead actor was called 'Mohammad so-and-so'
From the 'frog eye salad' that combines cooked eggs and marshmallows to a very tipsy turkey
Police officer Darren Wilson insists he has 'clean conscience' after killing black teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri
'Mentally unstable' women who flirt and smoke barred from eateries unless they have a chaperone
Craving the love and devotion of their victims, it is not surprising that some culprits are politicians
'It felt like my heart and lungs were being ripped apart', cried one soon-to-be father after receiving electric shocks
Professional cuddler provides services to ease loneliness and depression at $60 per hour
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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