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British extremists and jihadis are flocking to Iraq and Syria to join Isis despite the risk of jail sentences or death.
New Horizons principal investigator Alan Stern discusses mission ahead of flyby in July.
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Galeotti warns of a Maidan 2.0 unless government acts to tear out corruption.
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Richard III reinterment in Leicester: 'I'm sick to death of the humiliation that is being heaped upon this anointed king'
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US PhD students are using crowdsourcing to recreated virtual models of destroyed artefacts from photos.
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Far-left groups blame Nato for Ukraine crisis, while centre-left point finger at Kremlin aggression.
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IBTimes UK investigative video report from the French port were thousands of migrants try every night to reach Britain.
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