Enjoli Liston

Enjoli Liston is Deputy World News Editor of The Independent

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5,000 Canadian same-sex marriages 'not valid'

Around 5,000 same-sex couples married in Canada over the past seven years may be told their nuptials were never legally valid.

Prof Robert Socolow, an expert in energy technology, with the time on the Doomsday Clock

Doomsday moves a little closer

For those who followed the natural disasters, nuclear meltdown and financial collapses of last year, it may not come as much of a surprise that the apocalypse is now one minute closer according to the Doomsday Clock, a symbolic measure which counts down to Armageddon.

Prof Robert Socolow, an expert in energy technology, with the time on the Doomsday Clock

Is that the time? End of world draws nigher still

For those who followed the natural disasters, nuclear meltdown and financial collapses of last year, it may not come as much of a surprise that the apocalypse is now one minute closer according to the Doomsday Clock, a symbolic measure which counts down to armageddon.

The ultimate winter warmer? It's as easy as pie

Forget the January health regime – when cold weather sets in, it's time to roll out the pastry, says Enjoli Liston

Israel to pump life back into sacred river

Israel has announced plans to begin restoring the sacred river Jordan by pumping about 30 million cubic metres of water into the parched valley.

First time for everything: Taking a sleeper train in India

To those who have not experienced it, train travel in India looks like an adventure. Passengers clinging on to the roofs, retro carriages! How exciting.

Corking! Bangalore workers carry grapes for use in India’s fast-growing wine industry

India is developing a reputation for wine

Of all the great food and drink pairings, one of the UK's favourite in recent years has got to be curry and lager. However, despite being billed as the perfect complement to chilli and spice, Indian lager may now have found competition in its fruitier cousin, Indian wine.

Shoppers react to Benetton’s new poster campaign in Paris

We'll take you to court, Vatican tells Benetton

The Vatican has vowed to take legal action against the Italian fashion chain Benetton in retaliation for an advertising campaign that features an image of the Pope kissing an Egyptian imam.

Seattle activist Dorli Rainey, 84, reacts after being hit with pepper spray during an Occupy Seattle protest

Seattle police use pepper spray on Occupy activists

Seattle police were forced to defend their actions yesterday after blasting a pregnant woman and an elderly activist with pepper spray in an attempt to disperse Occupy Seattle protesters.

The Cure, Royal Albert Hall, London

It's 1979. Joy Division just debuted with the stunningly desolate album, Unknown Pleasures. The Clash are making apocalyptic waves with London Calling. And, under the cover of darkness, 20-year-old Robert Smith from Crawley is being smuggled into a studio (used by day by The Jam) by Fiction Records chief, Chris Parry, to record The Cure's first full-length. It's done in just three nights and the resultant rough, black diamond is named Three Imaginary Boys.

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