Articles by Peter Carty
Crime persists at the annual event despite the introduction of new police face-recognition software.
Since March 2015, at least 6,600 civilians have been killed in Saudi-led coalition air strikes.
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The pick of the new volumes exploring the tragic Battle of the Somme as we commemorate the centenary
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Literary award comes of age with five exciting authors on the shortlist. But is it time for a rethink?
A series of human stories from the refugee crisis, featuring dramatic and dangerous voyages to safety.
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The best new science books on everything from detecting gravitational waves to an enzyme offering immortality.
Wen Yunchao claims authorities in China trying to divert attention away from problems of economic slowdown.
Andrew Grigg was on holiday in 2012 when he is believed to have drowned in a hotel swimming pool.
As well as the timing of the announcment, the Labour party is taking issue with the details of the plan itself.
The bun was baked in Essex on Good Friday 209 years ago, according to Andrew Munson and his wife Dot.
Justin Shults' brother expresses 'disgust' after being misinformed Justin and wife Stephanie had been found.
Missions to take place under umbrella of the US-led coalition against Islamic State, said prime minister.