Jun 19, 2013
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Is it true that a child dies of hunger every 10 seconds?
Have cuts to legal aid been as damaging as predicted?
Six ways the new EU-US trade deal might affect you
Meet the shallow, self-obsessed Millennials having so much fun
Mobile payments changed lives - but it is only the beginning
A 38 million euro tramway built to link a Spanish coastal town with a nearby beach resort is being packed up and sent to Australia.
World leaders are gathering in Northern Ireland for a G8 summit set to be dominated by the conflict in Syria.
Breast cancer patients are trained to hold their breath for up to three minutes for a trial at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
The vivid hues astronomers use to bring the cosmos to life
Critics question plans for 12 new skyscrapers
Kinky Boots inspiration comes out of the shadows
William Hague says he hopes Iran will make efforts to negotiate on its nuclear programme.
Daniel Radcliffe returns to the West End in the title role of Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan
The Duke of Edinburgh has left hospital, 11 nights after he was admitted for exploratory abdominal surgery.
A small number of protesters have crossed the outer wire perimeter of G8 summit at Lough Erne.
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