Day In a Page
Tuesday, 25 February 2014
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- The Carnival of Venice
- Celebrities appear on banana stickers in a campaign to make bananas fair
- Amazing archaeological discoveries
- Step into the past: Ghostly hybrid images that reveal the sights of London then and now
- Carnival celebrations kick off in Haiti
- 'Stick with Foncho to Make Bananas Fair' campaign
- Top 15 embarrassing street names in UK
- The world's weirdest theme parks
- Elderly of North and South Korea meet after six decades
- 'Pandas on Tour' show raises awareness about the endangered giant pandas
- Save The Children: More than a million children die on their first and only day of life
- Dim lighting helps people make better decisions, scientists claim
- Children of older dads face more health problems
- Locked in the 'Doomsday Vault': Samples of more than 20,000 crops from 100 nations added to 800,000 existing stock at seed bank that will protect the world’s biodiversity in the event of a disaster
- Would you take the 'death test'? Simple blood test predicts chances of dying within five years
- Sausages made with baby poo are completely normal and super healthy, say scientists
- Dyslexia a 'meaningless label' claim experts in controversial new book
- Meteorite crashes into moon in 'largest lunar impact on record'
- Paco de Lucia: Guitarist whose virtuosity and fusions with other musical forms made him arguably flamenco's most influential artist
- Carlos Gracida: Polo player acclaimed as one of the world's finest who taught the game to the Princes Harry and William
- Jimmy Jones: Rumbustious striker whose goals made him one of the most prolific scorers in the history of Irish football
- Walt Ehlers: Staff sergeant who was awarded a US Medal of Honor for saving allied lives on the beach during D-Day
- Harold Ramis: Actor, writer and director best known for 'Ghostbusters' and 'Groundhog Day' who was acclaimed as a comic giant
- Beatrix Miller: 'Vogue' editor whose own talents, and her nurturing of others', helped set the tone for the Swinging Sixties
- Air Chief Marshal Sir Jock Kennedy: RAF airman who evacuated POWs in the Korean War, took part in the Berlin Airlift and flew over Suez and Rhodesia
- Alice Herz-Sommer: Pianist and oldest Holocaust survivor who became a symbol round the world of optimism and tolerance
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- As a key suspect in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing walks free, it’s worth remembering what mediation between once sworn enemies really means
- Usborne in the USA: Chuck Hagel’s incompetence will be welcomed by China and Russia
- Have a butchers? We hide from the truth about meat
- Sex education is key if the teenage pregnancy rate is to continue to fall
- Owen Jones: Socialism’s critics look at Venezuela and say, ‘We told you so’. But they are wrong
- Of course the Conservatives should be the party for workers. But they must also be the party for those out of work
- PMQs: Our witchfinder-general, aka Ed Miliband, wants to burn climate change deniers at the stake
- Why has Atos been taken on to handle NHS care.data despite the unmitigated disaster of ‘fitness for work’ tests?
- Assad's system of state terror tortured my son to death
- Letter from the Ireland Correspondent: Downey case will bruise the peace process
- Rebecca Adlington has a new nose, and good for her. Who wouldn’t do the same?
- By George, Dr Carey’s right! All those poor people need food banks because their feckless parents never taught them to cook
- Angela Merkel will be welcomed with full honours tomorrow, and for good reason: our two countries need each other
- Letter from Asia: India’s parliament has hit new low, warns its elder statesman
- Inside Whitehall: Care.data will help prolong our lives and those of our children
- Losing Britain's libraries: The places where we discover books are imperiled like never before
- Nigel Farage: I’m immensely looking forward to saying: ‘I don’t agree with Nick Clegg’
- Nigel Farage: Don’t cap holiday prices, scrap EU flight taxes
- Why practical experiments must remain part of science A-levels
- Piers Morgan dropped by CNN: America was bound to tire of his big mouth eventually
- LGBT Ugandans are facing a crisis - what action will the UK take?
- The West's outcry over Uganda's hateful anti-gay law may do more harm than good
- The smart solution is clear: a land value tax
- i Editor's Letter: Our second iStudents debate
- Efforts to depoliticise climate change are welcome
- David Cameron hopes Angela Merkel will help him see off his party’s Eurosceptics. But she can’t and she won’t
- At last some leading Tories are tackling green problems
- Europe and the US must build bridges with Russia over Ukraine’s future. The alternative is in none of our interests
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- England shortlist for new coach grows shorter as Ottis Gibson says 'no'
- England relieved to begin new era with narrow win over the University of West Indies Vice-Chancellor's XI
- David Warner's ball tampering claims are just 'sour grapes' say South Africa
- Australians suspect South Africa wicketkeeper A B de Villiers of tampering with the ball
- The Light Roller: Let's cherish the memory of Kevin Pietersen… but then move on
- Jos Buttler puts England before IPL as he adapts to life with new county Lancashire
- Winter Olympics 2014: Eve Muirhead says winning for Team GB is extra special as Olympians return from Sochi
- Winter Olympics 2014: 'If we can connect and inspire people, job done', says Team GB's sole gold medal winner in Sochi Lizzy Yarnold
- Winter Olympics 2014: Cold war and thaw - The Independent's take on a fortnight in Sochi
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- Mobile malware is growing and targeting Android users, warn Kaspersky
- Xbox One matches PS4: Twitch streaming arriving with Titanfall on 11 March
- Mini Museum: 33 of the world's most interesting objects on your desk for £140
- Iranian school teacher builds robot to teach children prayers
- Telegram Messenger: App built to foil Russian spies soars after WhatsApp trouble
- Google Glass wearer reportedly 'robbed and assaulted' in San Francisco bar by 'haters'
- Twitter restores rare username @N to hijacking victim
- Galaxy S5: Everything you need to know about Samsung's latest
- Mt. Gox issues statement: Oldest bitcoin exchange offline amid rumours of £250m theft
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- London students vote overwhelmingly to keep their union in the face of management plans to shut it down
- Cambridge beats Oxford in the latest global subject rankings
- Are graduates choosing freelancing over traditional careers?
- Nick Clegg pleads with students to trust the Lib Dems again in an another attempt to put the tuition fee farrago behind him
- Bradford University defends former Pakistan cricket captain Imran Khan after students demand he steps down as chancellor as he fails to attend a graduation since 2010
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
London bus driver 'kicks gay couple off for kissing'
Russell Brand threatened with arrest after filming outside Fox News headquarters
Amal Alamuddin calls for the return of the Elgin Marbles from Britain: 'Injustice has persisted for too long'
Lord Freud: Tory welfare minister apologises after saying disabled people are 'not worth’ the minimum wage
- 1 Jack the Ripper: Scientist who claims to have identified notorious killer has 'made serious DNA error'
- 2 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake report claiming the street artist's identity has been revealed
- 3 Are you ready for Crazy Doritos, the red-hot snack food craze sweeping Mexico’s streets?
- 4 Drink alcohol and eat meat to improve male fertility - but cut down on coffee, studies suggest
- 5 Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'