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SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon holds a baby while campaigning in South Queensferry, Edinburgh

General election 2015: Nicola Sturgeon rejects claims SNP will 'propose another Scottish independence referendum in 2016'

Former deputy leader says issue will be 'the first line' of SNP's 2016 manifesto

Shot by the Taliban in 2012 for blogging about life under their rule, Yousafzai has become an inspirational campaigner for education for women and girls. She is the youngest person to receive the Nobel Prize, giving her access to political leaders worldwide and helping turn her advocacy into a global movement.

Malala Yousafzai's 10 attackers sentenced to life in prison by Pakistan terror court

Attackers shot Malala in the head when she was 15

Pema Lama, 15, was trapped for five days in the rubble of a guest house in Kathmandu

Nepal earthquake: 'Miracle' 15-year-old boy pulled from rubble alive – after five days trapped in Kathmandu

Efforts by a US aid team to save the boy were reported live on radio

General Election 2015: Scottish Sun to back SNP – while UK edition throws support behind Tories

'The UK edition and Scottish edition have two very distinct audiences'

File: A French soldier is pictured in the Central African Republic

French soldiers accused of raping and abusing refugee children in Central African Republic in exchange for food in 'leaked UN report'

Controversy surrounding the report sees a senior UN worker suspended

Sir David Attenborough is among the leading climate scientists and public figures to feature with lectures and interviews as part of the course

Free online university course that teaches you how to completely take down climate change deniers receives 10,000 students

The University of Queensland programme has had people enrol from 150 countries

Saudi new King Salman stands during the arrival of US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh on January 27, 2015

Saudi Arabia's King Salman announces major cabinet reshuffle and new heirs to throne

Kingdom gets first new foreign minister for 40 years as part of far-reaching changes that aim to consolidate the new king's power

File image of a Maersk container ship, the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller, as it passes below the Storebaelts Bridge in Denmark

Iran seizes cargo ship: British national among 24 sailors on board captured Maersk Tigris

The Pentagon says the Iranian military fired shots when it captured the cargo ship in international waters in the Strait of Hormuz

Single mother Kaitlyn Walls said she doesn't 'hate children', adding she 'has her own... she's beautiful and I love her'

Single mother sacked on first day of new job at daycare centre after ranting on Facebook about how she 'hates being around kids'

Manager saw post and phoned to tell her not to bother coming in

File: Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, right, attends a banking conference in Athens with his wife Danae Stratou on 21 April

Greece's 'rock star' finance minister Yanis Varoufakis saved by hug from wife after 'anarchists' attack in Athens restaurant

Protesters tried 'to reach me without hitting her' before retreating, he says

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...showed him that Cannes must change its 'flats' policy
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Dominic Rossi of Fidelity says his pressure on business to control rewards is working. But why aren’t other fund managers helping?
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The King David is special to Jerusalem. Nick Kochan checked in and discovered it has some special arrangements, too
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End of the Aussie brain drain

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