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Gerry Adams had planned to meet with Hamas leaders in Gaza

Gerry Adams barred from entering Gaza Strip

The Sinn Fein leader had planned to meet with Hamas leaders in Gaza

Ian Griffin leaves Paris' Criminal Court, Paris

Kinga Legg murder: Ian Griffin guilty of beating millionaire girlfriend to death

Ms Legg, a millionairess who made a fortune running a business supplying tomatoes to supermarkets, was found dead in a hotel suite bathtub

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama met Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge at Buckingham Palace back in 2011

Prince William to meet Obama in the Oval Office on American trip

The meeting will take place on during three-day trip to the US

Tony Blair wants the 'gene pool of our politicians to be varied, vibrant and vigorous'

Tony Blair tells wannabe MPs to 'get a real job' before entering politics

The former PM also criticised MPs’ pay as too low

An investigation has revealed the existence of 50,000 ‘ghost soldiers’ in the Iraqi army, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has said

Iraqi army revealed to have 50,000 'ghost soldiers' on its roll

Ghost employees are a well-known form of corruption in Iraq

Team-mates, friends and relatives gather to remember Diren Dede at his football club, SC Teutonia 1910, in Hamburg

Man faces murder trial after shooting 17-year-old exchange student in garage

Defendant is accused of deliberately luring the teenager into the garage

Mickey Rourke celebrates his victory against opponent Elliot Seymour

Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke beats opponent 33 years his junior in exhibition boxing match

In his first fight in 20 years he defeated fellow American Elliot Seymour, 29, in the second round when the referee stopped the fight

A report from the government’s Chief Scientific Adviser warns fears fracking could prove to be another innovation that takes society in the wrong direction

Could fracking follow thalidomide, tobacco and asbestos among innovations that turned sour?

Innovations such as hydraulic fracturing (commonly known as ‘fracking’) arguably offer “a contemporary prospective example” of an advance that, like those from history involving asbestos and thalidomide, has the potential to have adverse future consequences, according to Andy Stirling from Sussex university’s Science Policy Research Unit.

Gordon and Tana Ramsay arrive at the High Court, London

Gordon Ramsay: I was a performing monkey while father-in-law had a cushy office job

TV chef gives evidence against his father-in-law

Boko Haram militants ride on a tank: the group has just captured the town of Chibok

At least 100 dead after Islamists launch attack on Nigerian mosque

A second attack was thwarted when a police bomb squad defused up to six explosive devices

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St Paul’s adds to £175m project’s troubled waters
Stuff your own Christmas mouse ornament: An evening class in taxidermy with a festive feel

Stuff your own Christmas mouse ornament

An evening class in taxidermy with a festive feel
Joint Enterprise: The legal doctrine which critics say has caused hundreds of miscarriages of justice

Joint Enterprise

The legal doctrine which critics say has caused hundreds of miscarriages of justice
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Freud and Eros

Love, Lust and Longing at the Freud Museum
France's Front National and the fear of a ‘gay lobby’ around Marine Le Pen

Front National fear of ‘gay lobby’

Marine Le Pen appoints Sébastien Chenu as cultural adviser
'Enhanced interrogation techniques?' When language is distorted to hide state crimes

Robert Fisk on the CIA 'torture report'

Once again language is distorted in order to hide US state wrongdoing
Radio 1’s new chart host must placate the Swifties and Azaleans

Radio 1 to mediate between the Swifties and Azaleans

New chart host Clara Amfo must placate pop's fan armies
Homeless Veterans appeal: 'It's life, and not the Forces, that gets you'

Homeless Veterans appeal: 'It's life, and not the Forces, that gets you'

The head of Veterans Aid on how his charity is changing perceptions of ex-servicemen and women in need
Torture: It didn't work then, it doesn't work now

Torture: It didn't work then, it doesn't work now

Its use is always wrong and, despite CIA justifications post 9/11, the information obtained from it is invariably tainted, argues Patrick Cockburn
Rebranding Christmas: More public bodies are refusing to give the festival its name for fear of causing offence

Rebranding Christmas

More public bodies are refusing to give the festival its name for fear of causing offence. They are missing the point, and we all need to grow up
A Greek island - yours for the price of a London flat

A sun-kissed island - yours for the price of a London flat

Cash-strapped Greeks are selling off their slices of paradise
Pogues could enjoy fairytale Christmas No 1 thanks to digital streaming

Pogues could enjoy fairytale Christmas No 1 thanks to digital streaming

New system means that evergreen songs could top the festive charts
Prince of Wales: Gruff Rhys on his rock odyssey, and the trouble with independence

Prince of Wales: Gruff Rhys

He is a musician of wondrous oddity. He is on a perpetual quest to seek the lost tribes of the Welsh diaspora. Just don't ask Gruff Rhys if he's a national treasure...