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Thursday, 13 February 2014
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- Early US winter sees spectacular icicles form in caves along Lake Superior
- Albino alligators at the Tropical aquarium in Paris
- Princes William and Harry join flood relief effort in Datchet
- Mass wedding ceremonies across Asia
- Mount Kelud - one of the most dangerous volcanoes in Indonesia erupts
- Paris 'Love Lock' bridge: Valentine's Day couples expected to add more tokens of affection to the Pont des Arts
- 'Falling Back To Earth' exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art in Australia
- Massive flocks of migrating starlings fly over Israel
- Thailand: Married couples celebrate Valentine's Day in an adventure wedding challenge
- Venezuela: Two killed as anti-government protests turn violent
- Video: Man knocks out friend to stop him from drinking and driving
- Military nears 'holy grail' of food: Pizza that stays fresh for three years
- Octopus tries to wrestle camera from divers
- Man seeks $8 funding for a Chipotle burrito on Kickstarter
- Most unlikely Valentine’s Day pairing? Japanese bird centre releases adorable video of smitten penguin chasing her keeper
- Being lazy could be genetic say scientists
- Killer cat parasite spreads to Arctic: Toxoplasma found in beluga whales
- Porn addiction isn't real research suggests
- Breast milk contains natural stress hormone
- Studies show link between speaking to babies and their future performance in school
- A family affair: How genetic mixing has affected us all
- The recipe for a great marriage has changed: Couples must help one another 'discover inner potential'
- Mysterious 900-year-old Viking code deciphered to reveal 'Kiss me' love message
- The lasers fuelling hopes of unlimited, clean nuclear energy
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- Iran’s dead poets society: The execution of Hashem Shabaani shows the pen can be mightier than the sword
- Labour’s credentials in Scotland may be about to be shredded
- When manicured riverside suburbs turn into a dystopia
- Editor's letter: One final push to hit £500,000 for Africa’s elephants
- A ‘women’s’ TV channel majoring on lifestyle and reality programmes is an innovation that nobody’s been waiting for
- The Coalition marriage is increasingly tetchy and ‘open’ as the Lib Dems (allegedly) play footsie with potential new partners
- Tales from the Water Cooler: Termite be a solution to all of this
- The Big Questions: What are the challenges for women in journalism? Can character be taught in schools?
- Dave Lee Travis, Bill Roache – and the law under the spotlight
- Errors and Omissions: How many ignoramuses does it take to change a verb?
- If there are too many people being bumped off in contemporary drama, it’s because writers have forgotten their Shakespeare
- This fibbing Fleming drama left me shaken, not stirred
- As ‘rock’ overtakes ‘pop’ in the charts, it's time to wave goodbye to pointless genre distinctions
- The jailing of the Kordpour brothers shows that Iran's campaign against journalists is still going strong
- Gay genes: Haven't we had enough of the nature vs nurture debate on homosexuality?
- What can we do to solve the problem of dangerous dogs?
- Valentine's Day press releases have sent me over the edge: this celebration has turned into a gut-curdling greedfest
- He who pays, wins: These cuts will destroy British justice - and that's why lawyers are going on strike
- In search of financial support for flood victims and defences? Divert the HS2 budget now
- Maybe Nigel Lawson is right. There can’t be global warming, because isn’t it always colder at night?
- i Editor's Letter: The new recipe for a successful marriage
- Criminals now go back in time to find their guns
- Breaking the silence on sexual abuse of men and boys
- An independent Scotland would not need to share currency with the rest of the United Kingdom
- ‘As a writer, it’s good to have a change of scene sometimes. That’s why I’m in Latvia’
- Eléonore Pourriat’s ‘Oppressed Majority’: why we need more feminist films like this
- What is it that makes mathematics beautiful?
- It would take something extraordinary for Simon Cowell to send his child to a state school - but extraordinary is exactly what we need
- Why do we find commuting so horribly stressful?
- Why Scotland should say 'cheerio the nou' to the pound
- No more US interventionism. No more Washington as the world’s policeman. What’s wrong with that?
- Letter from the Whitehall Editor: The surreal world of ‘disaster’ politics
- By-election blues: Wythenshawe was not the anti-politics triumph Ukip wanted
- Renzi remedy? For all his charisma, Italy’s putative new Prime Minister is far from sure to deliver on his promises
- A gift horse: The delay in accepting EU flood money is dogma gone mad
- A failure of recall: Why has the Coalition forgotten its promise to give constituents the power to bring errant MPs to book?
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- Mitchell Johnson fireworks have Graeme Smith running scared
- Henry Blofeld: Kevin Pietersen affair ‘a case of leopards and spots’
- Australia 397 & 288-3 South Africa 206 report: Aggressive Warner punishes slack South Africa to pile on the pressure
- Former England captain hails appointment of Paul Collingwood to the coaching staff as a 'positive step'
- Jonathan Trott won't join Warwickshire on their tour of Barbados as he continues recovery from stress-related illness
- Women's cricket: Charlotte Edwards' Ashes winners up to full-time on ECB payroll
- Winter Olympics 2014: Lizzy Yarnold takes gold in the skeleton on Valentine’s Day
- Winter Olympics 2014: ‘As good as it gets’ – British skeleton bob hope Lizzy Yarnold roars ahead to set up golden day
- Sochi Winter Olympics 2014: Track worker breaks both legs after being hit by forerunner sled
- Winter Olympics 2014: Andrew Musgrave says finishing 44th in the 15km men's classic was akin to skiing like a 'tranquilised badger'
- Winter Olympics 2014: Great Britain's women's curling team record second rout with emphatic 12-3 win over Japan
- Winter Olympics 2014: Lizzy Yarnold closing in on skeleton gold for Great Britain in Sochi
- Winter Olympics 2014: Heartbreak for Great Britain's Elise Christie as silver medal lost in final crash
- Winter Olympics 2014: After star billing in Sochi, next stop The Archers for Lizzy Yarnold
- Winter Olympics 2014: Why Sochi is such a unique host for the Games
- Winter Olympics 2014: Just how hard can curling really be?
- Winter Olympics 2014: Who is Lizzy Yarnold?
- Sochi Winter Olympics 2014: Swedish skier Henrik Harlaut barely completes run after baggy trousers ‘get caught up in skis’
- Winter Olympics 2014: Brit James Woods misses out on medal after battling through to reach ski slopestyle final
- Winter Olympics 2014: Team GB's women's curling team get back to winning ways
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- Hand-held laser scanner creates 3D maps of crime scenes in minutes
- Flappy Bird tributes: Sesame Street, abstract electronica and a multiplayer free for all
- 10,000 racist slurs posted on Twitter each day, study finds
- UK pornographers launch new site in response to 'overblocking' internet filters
- A swarm of termite robots could be the key to building future colonies on Mars
- Study shows that the brain reacts to beautiful mathematics in the same way as great art
- Video: Steve Jobs' personal mouse found in 30-year-old time capsule
- Utopia no more: Drug marketplace seen as the next Silk Road shut down by Dutch police
- Angry Birds Stella: Rovio releases first teaser image of new game
- US Army tests 'smart rifles' that turn ordinary soldiers into 'extraordinary marksmen'
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British Muslim leaders outraged after Eric Pickles says followers of Islam should 'prove their identity'
UK terror fears: My jihadist son returned from Syria mentally scarred – now he is being ignored
Nigel Farage: NHS might have to be replaced by private health insurance
Billy Crystal: 'Stop shoving gay sex scenes in my face'
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
French court convicts three over homophobic tweets, in case hailed as a 'significant victory' by LGBT rights campaigners
- 1 Rowan Atkinson to sell £10 million McLaren 'supercar' he crashed into a tree and a lamppost
- 2 The truth about 'girl things': Three cheers for Heather Watson's honesty
- 3 Man who held up 'hire me' sign at Waterloo station returns a year later with 'I'm hiring' sign
- 5 Men behaving badly: Urinating while standing, 'manspreading' and the gendering of selfishness