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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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Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Scottish independence: Yes campaign feels the heat as Alex Salmond's NHS claims come under furious attack
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
£23m Birmingham cycle scheme is attacked by Tory councillor for not catering to the elderly
- 1 Scottish independence: Ireland since 1919 is a lesson for Scotland in what a Yes vote means
- 2 Watch a man race the Circle line - and win
- 3 A bottle of wine a day is not bad for you and abstaining is worse than drinking, scientist claims
- 4 Grandmas keep accidentally tagging themselves as Grandmaster Flash on Facebook
- 5 Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute