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Russia: UK 'will be sorry' over spy poisoning row

Russia's UN ambassador says UK 'playing with fire' by accusing Moscow of being behind last month's nerve agent attack.

Vassily Nebenzia, Russia's ambassador to the UN

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Theresa May thinks Egypt is on the path of democracy

British PM sends message to Egyptian president on his victory in 'election' widely seen as a sham vote.

 Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

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Macedonia apologises to Khaled el-Masri over CIA rendition

German man was subjected to torture, unlawful detention and other abuses in connection with CIA rendition programme.

Khaled el-Masri

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Visitors gravitate to Newton’s apple tree in Grantham

Newton later revealed that this tiny fruit had laid the foundation stone of his 'Theory of Gravity'.

Sir Isaac Newton’s apple tree

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German prosecutors request Puigdemont's extradition to Spain

Catalonia's former leader has been in detention for almost 10 days after he was arrested on a European arrest warrant.

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US, Germany want to rebuild trust with Russia

Germany and the US have indicated they would like to resume relations with Russia after recent diplomatic falling out.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas

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Kemerovo governor resigns over deadly shopping centre fire

Governor of Siberian region steps down after heavy criticism following fire at shopping centre that killed more than 60.

Aman Tuleev

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Stephen Hawking's funeral held in Cambridge

Thousands have signed books of condolences to honour the professor who inspired generations to pursue careers in science.

Stephen Hawking

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The Guardian apologises for controversial Greece 'poverty' tour

The Guardian offered an apology after social media users blasted the paper for 'poverty porn' over crisis tours.

Parthenon temple in Greece

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Russia expels diplomats from 23 countries as spy row worsens

Move is in retaliation for wave of ejections of Russian officials after alleged poisoning on ex-spy and daughter.

diplomats

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UK 'yet to renew visa' of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich

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Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal discharged from UK hospital

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EU moves to block US sanctions on Iran

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Physical exercise may worsen dementia, says study

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Tamara de Lempicka: Why Google honours her today

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New study links body clock to mood disorders

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