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A new study of 409 pairs of gay brothers could put to rest decades of debate over the existence of the so-called 'gay gene'

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Police rush in to break up protesters outside the Ferguson Police Station in Ferguson, Missouri
Authorities fear a repeat of violence on the streets
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Ben Schwartz had punctured lung and needed 60 stitches
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Outrage at the disappearance of 43 students has spawned a huge protest movement
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Monique sees her daughter as a normal teenager – rather than a terrorist threat
To her mother, Aicha is just a normal girl seduced by a charismatic Islamist fighter. To the Dutch, she is a threat
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The Andrew Mitchell libel trial shows how far Britain’s divided society has come – and how much further it has to go
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The majority of people affected have the bubonic plague
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