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Sir Bradley Wiggins, the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France in its more than 100-year history, will be knighted at Buckingham Palace today.
More than a quarter of a million patients waited for half an hour or longer in ambulances outside hospitals in the last 12 months because of the "crisis" in accident and emergency departments, according to figures obtained by Labour.
The extraordinary life of Nelson Mandela will be remembered by dignitaries from around the world today, with Prime Minister David Cameron set to be joined by his three surviving predecessors at a special commemoration service.
The funerals of two further victims of the Glasgow helicopter crash will take place today.
Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber has arrived in the Philippines, where he has launched a campaign to help victims of last month's killer typhoon.
A new island created by a volcanic eruption off Japan's coast is here to stay -- for now at least, scientists said Tuesday, adding the new landmass could withstand erosion for several years.
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was slightly higher, though trading was cautious ahead of next week's U.S. Federal Reserve meeting. Japan's Nikkei stock average slipped 0.4 percent, pulling back from a one-week high as investors booked gains before the year-end, though…
Reuters Market Eye - Foreign funds bought Indian cash shares and derivatives worth $1 billion on Monday when Indian shares rose to a record high after the main opposition party, widely seen by investors ...
Secretary of State John Kerry heads back to Israel this week just days after returning from the Jewish state, a US official said, insisting he was working for a full, not an interim, Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
Bobby Lee, CEO and Co-Founder of BTC China, China's bitcoin exchange at his office in Shanghai, on December 4, 2013
People could be sneaking into the country illegally on private boats and planes because Border Force officials are too busy checking airport passengers, MPs have warned. A Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report said the body tasked with securing Britain's air, sea and rail ports was failing to…
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton will hold emergency talks in Ukraine on Tuesday, amid growing international concern at the political crisis which has pitted the security forces against pro-EU demonstrators.
Most armed groups have left the streets of the Central African Republic's capital, the French army said after an operation to quell sectarian violence, as US President Barack Obama called for the arrests of those responsible.
Tom Enders, CEO of European aerospace giant EADS, pictured during a press conference in Paris, on September 26, 2013
Leaders from around the world, some still locked in antagonism, unite to pay homage to Nelson Mandela.
Eight major U.S. web companies, including Apple, Google and Facebook, made a joint call on Monday for tighter controls on how governments collect personal data, intensifying the furor over online surveillance. In an open letter to U.S. President Barack Obama and Congress, the companies said recent…
The Comic Relief charity on Monday defended its investment strategy, saying it had delivered "the greatest benefits to the most vulnerable people" after a BBC probe accused it of being unethical.
The world's chemical watchdog picks up this year's Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo on Tuesday, hoping to speed up the global eradication of chemical arms.
Andy Murray's win at Wimbledon, ending Britain's 77-year wait for a men's singles champion, was the moment that sparked the most Facebook chat in 2013, the internet giant revealed on Monday.
Tech giants, including Google and Facebook, lash out at US government snooping agencies in an open letter.