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Ireland's main heritage group is taking its challenge to plans for two new nuclear power plants in the west of England to the High Court today.
Nigella Lawson will return to court today to finish giving evidence in the trial of two of her former personal assistants.
More British schoolchildren should be learning Chinese, rather than French or German, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
A Christian woman fighting for the right not to be forced by an employer to work on Sundays learns the outcome of the latest round of her legal battle today.
Leading judges are to announce their decision today on whether the names of five Royal Marines should be made public following a high-profile trial over the killing of an injured insurgent in Afghanistan.
Jose Mourinho insisted Eden Hazard had set a personal benchmark after hailing the Belgium midfielder's best performance for Chelsea.
Megapolis has a 70 percent share of Russia's distribution market, delivering more than 260 billion cigarettes last year, the Japanese firm said.
By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Genre-bending films dominated the 2014 lineup announced on Wednesday for the U.S. feature film competition at the Sundance Film Festival, the top U.S. festival for independent cinema. A lot of them were unexpected," John Cooper, director of the Sundance…
"Fast and Furious" star Paul Walker died from 'traumatic and thermal injuries" in a fiery car crash, coroners said, fueling suggestions he may have survived the initial impact.
The National Security Agency is collecting billions of records on the location of mobile phones around the world, The Washington Post reported, citing documents from US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
A drug used to treat advanced breast and colorectal cancers has been linked to sometimes fatal skin reactions in patients, its Swiss manufacturer and Canadian health officials said.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday that China's announcement of an air defence identification zone over the East China Sea had caused apprehension in the region, and that he was firm about the U.S. stance on the move during talks in Beijing. Biden had around five hours of discussions…
Swiss researchers who ruled Yasser Arafat was poisoned stand by their claims despite conflicting French findings.
Growing security concerns as the transportation of Syria's chemical weapons draws closer.
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Vigilantes hacked 12 civilians to death north of Bangui as communal tensions rose ahead of a UN vote authorising force to stop the Central African Republic's descent into chaos.
By Cameron French TORONTO (Reuters) - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford may have offered cash and a car to buy a video allegedly showing him using crack cocaine, according to notes from police wiretaps. Ford admitted early last month he had smoked crack cocaine, saying it was probably "in one of my drunken…
HONG KONG (Reuters) - China Mobile Ltd , the country's largest mobile operator, has signed a long-awaited deal with Apple Inc (NSQ:AAPL) to offer iPhones on its network, the Wall Street Journal reported ...
Conservationists and fishing industry representatives expressed confidence Thursday they were close to agreement on cutbacks in the lucrative tuna fishing industry in the Pacific.