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What was on the shopping lists of those attending the fair remained unclear
It’s boom time for remote-controlled military aircraft – but much of the technology is going to the world’s flashpoints
Exclusive: Government accused of pursuing sales of arms and internal security equipment for UK Plc at the expense of human rights abroad
You needed the patience of a saint to stay awake during this courtroom drama
His personal assistant, Kate Edgar, confirmed the cause was cancer
Campaigners questioned how her record had been missed by Channel 5
Northern Ireland's largest Unionist party says it can't be 'business as usual'
The likely withdrawal follows a statement claiming the IRA still exists
Edith Tudor-Hart was identified as a potential key source of evidence as MI5 tried to expose the Cambridge spy late in 1951
The previously unseen MI5 records show that Soviet intelligence considered Cedric Belfrage to be one of its star performers
Chief concerns were the frequent visits by 'persons of various nationalities' and the fact that its female resident was a 'known Communist'
The system could become a template for how rent is set for tens of thousands tenants across the country
Peter Sutherland, the UN special representative on migration said any threat posed by migrants was 'exaggerated beyond belief'
This is their dubious prize for having successfully parted with some £3,000 each for a journey across the Sahara to the chance of a new life
Mr Kovtun is one of two men believed to have poisoned Mr Litvinenko in 2006
One company has started taking orders for a jet that will travel at Mach 1.5