Day In a Page
Tuesday, 28 January 2014
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- Indonesia: Facing the stigma of leprosy
- Syria's escalating refugee crisis
- Vikings 'Up Helly Aa' fire festival in Lerwick
- Which Disney Princess are you? - 'Disabled Disney Princesses' illustrations are a stark reminder of discrimination in society
- Afghan refugee children in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad in Pakistan
- Jose Emilio Pacheco: Poet, essayist and novelist who won the Cervantes Prize and was regarded as one of the finest writers in Spanish
- Shulamit Aloni: Politician who championed human rights and was fiercely critical of Israel's treatment of Palestine
- Austin John Marshall: Graphic artist, record producer and songwriter who played a key role in the folk revival of the 1960s
- Del Singh: Activist and prospective Labour MEP who worked in the world's danger zones helping to speed up redevelopment
- Pete Seeger obituary: Musician and activist dies aged 94
- Ruth Duccini: Actress who became the second-last survivor of the 124 Munchkins in the 1939 classic 'The Wizard of Oz'
- Sir Nicholas Browne: Britain's chargé d'affaires in Tehran who faced an angry mob following the fatwa issued on Salman Rushdie
- Ron Hall: Influential newspaperman who helped make the 'Sunday Times' Insight team pioneers of investigative journalism
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- Short shrift: A new Oxford study confirms prejudices about the vertically challenged in a less-than-scientific way
- The war on Christianity: The religion's followers are dwindling in the land of its birth - and it's not a crisis of faith, but one of violence
- Fox News: If you purport to be a journalist, it helps to have a grip on your subject
- It's not the 'skipping' three who should be questioned, it's the wasteful supermarkets
- State of the Union: Obama’s not the only elected leader whose power is waning
- It’s up to well-educated, midde-class jailbirds to tell us where we’re going wrong with our prisons
- Australia's brutal cull proves humans are deadlier than sharks
- On home temperatures, I'm with Dave. Turn down the thermostat and put on a jumper
- You say lateral frontal pole, I say that little devil/angel that whispers in my ear
- PMQs review: A pointless, baseless, but very noisy fight over the 50p tax rate
- Nairobi gets tough on ivory smugglers
- The water cannon has no place on London's streets
- Okay, I'll say it... Jon Snow is not alone in thinking about sex with colleagues
- i Editor's Letter: Buzzing from first iStudents debate
- When an 87-year-old woman cannot afford to fix her roof, surely it is only right for the State to step in? Even if she is the Queen
- Ed Balls can save all his Labour pals through self-sacrifice
- While men are in charge, gender quotas are the only way to increase the number of women in boardrooms
- Inside Whitehall: Some food for thought, Nick – why not plan a policy before you implement it?
- After a decade of pre-eminence, the balance of the world economy is tilting away from the BRICS
- Here’s something cinema-goers didn’t need: another re-make of ‘Frankenstein’
- Letter from Asia: Mission of mercy as Kolkata’s zoo tries to save a tiger’s sight
- Will future generations finally be offered a decent sex and relationship education?
- Pete Seeger talked the talk and walked the walk. Who comes close today?
- Syrian refugee crisis: There are lessons to be learnt from the Kosovo evacuation programme
- Phone hacking coverage divides Fleet Street into those who look - and those who look away
- Geneva talks: Give Syrians a voice
- Nice try, ‘Looking’ - but being gay isn't a side issue quite yet
- Justice for George Stinney: A 14-year-old executed in 1944 may be pardoned, but miscarriages of justice in US death penalty cases are still common today
- Nigella, Benefits Street, and drugs charges: evidence of class war, or a system that protects the vulnerable?
- Ivory owners are urged to do their bit for elephants
- We should wake up to the fact that we're not going to see that RBS bailout money again
- i Editor's Letter: Keeping the Royal books in order
- Stem-cell medical treatments are growing closer
- Pakistan is right to conclude that military power alone will not weaken the terrorists in its midst
- One step further: Ukraine’s discredited President must call a general election
- A commendable U-turn: It was morally indefensible to turn away Syria’s most vulnerable refugees
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- Twenty20 series: New format, same old story for England as they lose opening T20 against Australia
- Women's Ashes 2014: Captain Charlotte Edwards shows England how to win Ashes with brilliant innings
- Stuart Broad: England 'hungry' to salvage pride ahead of three-match Twenty20 series
- The Light Roller: As England win the Ashes, it's time for a break
- Women's Ashes 2014: Victory for England 'means everything' says captain Charlotte Edwards
- Kevin Pietersen seeking new IPL franchise
- ODI series: Ashley Giles insists Kevin Pietersen is in his future plans as is anyone who 'can bring that tempo and win games'
- Twenty20 series: Stuart Broad wants a strong finish to a disappointing tour of Australia for England
- F1: Toro Rosso nose likened to a sex toy by lingerie makers Ann Summers
- F1: Lewis Hamilton crashes on first day of Jerez testing after his Mercedes suffers a front wing failure
- F1 2014 car launch - The era of the 'anteaters'
- F1: 'Anteater' car noses may be unsafe, claims Red Bull chief designer Adrian Newey
- Michael Schumacher: Sebastian Vettel remains 'in shock' at severity of his friend's injuries as Schumacher continues to fight for his life
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- Advances in artificial intelligence could lead to mass unemployment, warn experts
- Rap Genius app: Side-stepping Google with a 'pocket guide to human culture'
- Virgin Galactic bans Chinese nationals from space flights over espionage fears
- King CEO 'sets the record straight' with open letter responding to trademark row
- Gastronomic voyeurism: The South Korean trend that means you'll never eat alone
- Google Glass: Prescription frames introduced to prep the technology for primetime
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- An act of cruelty: An audience with Dieudonné M'bala M'bala, the man behind the 'quenelle' salute
- Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun warns star to ‘be better’ or ‘quit the music business’
- Sienna Miller admits she ‘sabotaged’ her Hollywood prospects due to bad off-set behaviour
- Beyonce's Grammys performance sparks criticism from parents
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- An e-petition against holiday price hikes in the school breaks has attracted more than 140,000 signatures - but will it change things?
- Five ways to take a cruise
- Is easyJet still flying from Luton to Istanbul this summer?
- Travel deals: Summer in Corsica, Spring in Morocco and five star comfort in Cornwall
- European air-traffic control strike hits travellers
- 5 ways to... take a cruise
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- Missing York student Megan Roberts likely to have fallen in river while drunk, say police
- Students outraged as Yale fraternity suspended for 'no means yes' chants establishes chapter at Edinburgh
- MPs join strikes at the University of London as campaign for better pay and conditions for outsourced workers continues
- Missing Megan Roberts: Fears for York student grow as police focus hunt on river
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
Ukraine crisis: Russia dismisses '3am ultimatum' as 'total nonsense'
If you're horrified by a flame-roasted dog, you should be shocked at a hog roast
Poor 'live like animals' says Boris's privately educated sister after going on 'poverty safari'
White people become less racist just by moving to more diverse areas, study finds
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
- 1 To those who can’t see the point of International Women’s Day: you are the very reason it exists
- 2 International Women's Day 2014: The shocking statistics that show why it is still so important
- 3 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 4 Orgasm machine to deliver climax at the push of a button
- 5 Liam Neeson turned down James Bond role because late wife Natasha Richardson said she wouldn't marry him if he took it