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Saturday, 7 June 2014
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- Tatyana Samoilova obituary: Star of ‘The Cranes are Flying’, which won the Palme d’Or at Cannes and changed perceptions of the Soviet Union
- Yuri Kochiyama obituary: Civil rights activist who won reparations for wartime internees and who was with Malcolm X when he died
- Professor Lorna Casselton obituary: Internationally renowned biologist who did much to elucidate the genetic basis of fungal mating
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- Aderonke Apata deportation case: 'If the Home Office doesn’t believe I’m gay, I’ll send them a video that proves it'
- Supreme Court to rule on status of Sikh 'saint'
- Minimum wage underpayers ‘named and shamed’ – but exposed businesses account for less than 1 per cent of the problem
- Paddy Power World Cup rainforest stunt was faked ‘to raise awareness of deforestation’
- Gareth Huntley: Backpacker's 'throat was slit', locals claim
- Boy, 10, killed in Co Antrim slurry accident
- 'Homeless spikes' outside London flats spark outrage on Twitter
- D-Day 70th anniversary: Veteran Bernard Jordan arrives back in UK
- Gareth Huntley search: Police confirm body found in Malaysia is that of missing Briton
- Exaggerated whiplash claims to be thrown out of court in Government crackdown
- D-Day 70th anniversary: Veteran who disappeared from care home to attend Normandy commemorations on his way home
- Senior Tories await David Cameron's 'ruthless reshuffle'
- Michael Gove forced to apologise to Theresa May after feud over Islamic extremism schools row
- PMQs: Sky News chief John Ryley wants to revamp Prime Minister's Questions for iPhone generation
- Scottish independence: 'Yes' vote could scupper nuclear clean-up
- Nick Clegg is ‘dead in the water’ and should be sacked, says senior Lib Dem peer Lord Smith
- EU Presidency: David Cameron in last-ditch bid to block Jean-Claude Juncker
- Scottish independence: Alex Salmond says David Cameron is running scared over referendum as Andy Murray slams Saltire stunt
- Trojan Horse row: Theresa May ‘breached ministerial code’ in Michael Gove feud over extremism in Birmingham schools
- 'Lib Dems are the toughest party in politics': Leader Nick Clegg rouses faithful after election setbacks
- Former Ukip leader Lord Pearson demands more seats for the party in Lords
- Tories consider election manifesto pledge to end illiteracy within a generation
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- Jean-Marie Le Pen embarrasses daughter Marine with anti-semitic jibe on Front National website
- Who will be the next leader of Europe?
- Welcome to Berlin's House of One – a church, synagogue and mosque
- Presidents of Israel and Palestine attend prayer meeting at the Vatican
- 'I do not want my son to wither waiting like Prince Charles': Spain's King abdicated to avoid son growing old like Prince of Wales
- Petro Poroshenko sworn in: 'Ukraine will not give up on Crimea,' says new leader
- Bowe Bergdahl: US soldier held by Taliban says he was tortured and caged after escape attempt
- Rare Stradivarius violin hidden in reclusive heiress' closet for 25 years could fetch $10M at auction
- Texas Republicans back gay conversion therapy in new vote
- Olympic Games 2016: Sailing venue with floating corpses, dead dogs and toxic waste 'won't be cleaned in time', warn Rio bosses
- World Cup 2014: How to be a Brazilian
- Walmart heirs under fire over 'phony' charity
- Exclusive: Navy Seal hero says 'frustrated' soldiers do abuse prisoners
- Over 1,000 migrant children sent to Arizona from Mexico border because 'detention centres full'
- Seattle Pacific University shooting: Gunman says he "wanted to kill many more"
- World Cup 2014: Police use rubber bullets and tear gas as Sao Paulo underground strike enters third day
- Slender Man: Stabbing victim released from Wisconsin hospital
- Karachi airport attack: Taliban 'trying to hijack plane' in assault that left dozens dead
- At least 80 killed in flash flood in remote north of Afghanistan
- Taj Mahal to get mud-pack 'beauty treatment'
- Indian state minister Ramsevak Paikra says rapes happen 'accidentally'
- Oil rig worker fired after claiming to have seen burning MH370 plane crash
- MH370 search: Families of missing passengers launch $5m reward to tempt whistleblower to expose ‘cover-up’
- Chinese toddler seen smoking in street
- Thailand unrest: Get happy, army tells citizens
- Altaf Hussain: Pakistan MQM leader released after arrest
- Never-before-seen photos of Tiananmen Square in the lead-up to the massacre
- How the ancient Egyptian art of belly dancing is suffering a wobble in popularity
- Exclusive: As the Democratic Republic of Congo suffers another day of bloodshed, its soldiers talk with astonishing candour of their own brutality
- Egypt election: Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is sworn in as President
- Apostasy woman Meriam Ibrahim: Appeal hearings begin as release hopes dashed
- Democratic Republic of Congo: 37 die in ethnically motivated massacre
- Sailors escape Somali pirates after being held hostage for nearly four years
- Egyptian court sentences 10 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
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- Vivienne Westwood on fashion and fracking: ‘Who are the people who run the world? I’ll tell you...’
- Ben Saunders has trekked to both North and South Poles - but what does he do on his summer holiday?
- How We Met: Kieran Evans & Huw Stephens - 'It was a euphoric moment seeing him punching the air with delight to Design for Life'
- Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: The British model on Mad Max, visiting Cambodia for Unicef, and why breakfast has to be green
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- Exclusive: Art teacher who headbutted pupil prohibited from teaching five years after accepting caution over school incident
- Universities are 'not just for getting a job,' says one of Britain's leading academics
- Unmasked: Gove attack dog Dominic Cummings who turned schools into a war zone
- Trojan Horse row Q&A: What is the 'Muslim plot' all about – and why is it so important?
- 'Gross negligence': Tristram Hunt challenges Gove's handling of Trojan Horse schools crisis
- Michael Gove promises to push on with controversial school reforms
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- Religion is no reason to let the ill-qualified become teachers
- Once we were citizens, now we are consumers. The BBC no longer knows its audience
- Does the result in Newark confirm Ed Miliband as a Neil Kinnock?
- Grace Dent on TV: Why wouldn’t a cat start lobbying for John West tuna chunks at 4am?
- The ECB brandishes a feather duster instead of a bazooka as it goes into battle for the euro
- “Reward MH370”: We need to have faith in those who govern
- An audience with ‘the Tiger’ – Bashar al-Assad’s favourite soldier
- If you want to stop extremism in UK schools, try a little understanding first.
- The ‘D-Day rascal’ lets us indulge a modern pastime – patronising the old
- The Only Way is Ethics
- The 'anti-homeless spikes' are just one part of a bleak tale for rough sleepers
- In the war on terrorism, only al-Qa'ida thrives
- Is Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl's release a success story – or a scandal?
- We want Bernard's D-Day story, not my uncle Frank's
- Gordon Brown's moral courage
- Looking for my Dad on the D-Day beaches
- It seems that some national caricatures are allowable... if they're complimentary
- Tomorrow's jobs are much like today's – except for one thing...
- Let's hear it for bookshops
- My GCSE triumph, or how Michael Gove got it right
- i Editor's Letter: We owe much to the heroic men of Normandy
- Middle Class Problems: Why are British homeowners obsessed with plantation shutters?
- DJ Taylor: The neutral observer might assume Darren is a management consultant - but the memo states he's an 'upshifting technocrat'
- Tim Key: 'What does it take to get a drink round here? Gurning's getting me nowhere...'
- Charlotte Philby's Parental Leave: It's important not to shelter children from the realities of life, I decide
- Alison Taylor: I'm more 'You've Been Framed!' than 'You and Your Wedding'. It's more honest
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- US Open 2014: Matt Fitzpatrick - ‘They thought that I was just some kid fetching practice balls for Tiger’
- US Open 2014: Jason Millard disqualified from competing at Pinehurst for belatedly calling a penalty on himself, admitting 'I couldn't find peace about it'
- US Open 2014: Phil Mickelson looks back on track despite distractions
- F1 Canadian Grand Prix: Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo stuns Mercedes to claim first GP victory
- Canadian GP qualifying: Nico Rosberg beats his ‘friend’ Lewis Hamilton again
- F1 Canadian Grand Prix: Organisers confirm agreement that will see Montreal remain on the Formula One calendar for the next 10 years
- F1 Canadian Grand Prix: Christian Horner maintains belief that Red Bull can hunt down runaway leaders Mercedes
- Andy Murray confirms appointment of Amélie Mauresmo following split with Ivan Lendl
- French Open 2014: Novak Djokovic believing in miracles ahead of final
- French Open women's final 2014: Maria Sharapova topples Simona Halep in 'toughest' final she's ever played
- French Open 2014: Maria Sharapova focus turns from Paris victory to Wimbledon
- French Open final 2014: It’s five in a row now for Rafael Nadal, still king of France...
- Maria Sharapova celebrates French Open win with Eiffel Tower photo shoot
- Amelie Mauresmo looking forward to challenge of helping Andy Murray retain his Wimbledon crown rather than breaking the mould of coaching a male player
- French Open 2014: Andy Murray sets Wimbledon sights on Rafael Nadal after his humbling in Paris
- French Open final 2014: Rafael Nadal bids to win title five times in a row but must overcome his fierce rival Novak Djokovic who continues his hunt for maiden French title
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- World Cup 2022 special report: No legal action for Qatar if Fifa strips country of tournament
- World Cup 2014: Inside the head of Mario Balotelli
- World Cup 2014: Spain chase the 'impossible' dream of a fourth successive title
- World Cup 2014: 'I know if I make one slip Balotelli can win the game,' says Gary Cahill
- World Cup 2014: Uruguay so proud to be masters of dark arts
- World Cup 2014: Roy Hodgson pleased that players have shown they can deal with extreme provocation
- World Cup 2014: Louis Van Gaal plays down Dutch hopes – and that is just the way he likes it
- World Cup 2014: Chelsea and Brazil midfielder Oscar reveals the legacy of 1950
- World Cup 2014: David Beckham faces battle for stadium plan but backs England to shine
- World Cup 2014: England arrive in Rio de Janeiro as Roy Hodgson plays down warm-up draws against Ecuador and Honduras
- World Cup 2014 Video: England's preparations have been good, but their World Cup starts now after they arrive in Brazil
- Qatar 2022: Fifa under pressure as 'strongest partner' Adidas issue statement on World Cup corruption
- World Cup 2014: Ray Lewington had to undergo knee surgery just hours before England's goalless draw with Honduras
- World Cup 2014: Cameroon players miss the plane in payments dispute
- World Cup 2014: Wayne Rooney 'ready to go' as England striker prepares for his third World Cup having regained his fitness after injury
- World Cup 2014: David Beckham believes the kids will be alright as he tips young England squad to come through World Cup group
- World Cup 2014: Rio Ferdinand believes 'under-appreciated' Michael Carrick deserves to be in Brazil as he is the 'best holding midfielder in England'
- World Cup 2014: Raheem Sterling can be England's secret weapon in Brazil, says Glen Johnson
- Qatar 2022: Fifa partner Sony calls on governing body to investigate World Cup corruption claims
- England 0 Honduras 0: Honduras tackling was 'horrific', claims Steven Gerrard as England held to draw in storm-delayed World Cup warm-up
- World Cup 2014: Ross Barkley presses his claim as Adam Lallana misses a trick
- England v Honduras: World Cup warm-up sees sparks fly as electrical storm halts friendly – and storm clouds gather for Hodgson
- World Cup 2014: Brazil's build-up to tournament hit by strikes and unrest
- World Cup 2014: Brazil prepares for 'most heavily policed' tournament ever
- World Cup 2014: Italy are used to the conditions in Manaus, Gianluca Vialli warns England
- World Cup 2014: 20 oddballs to juggle with
- World Cup 2014: Neymar happy to shoulder Brazil's great expectations
- England v Honduras suspended due to electrical thunderstorm over Sun Life Stadium in Miami
- England v Honduras team news: Roy Hodgson names strong side for final World Cup warm-up match as he makes 10 changes with only Wayne Rooney retaining his place
- World Cup warm-up: England v Honduras - LIVE
- World Cup 2014: Nottingham Forest's manager-in-waiting Stuart Pearce heads to Brazil with part of him believing he should be nearer to the dug-out than the press box
- World Cup 2014: Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin 'can't believe' France call-up as he's drafted in to replace injured Franck Ribery
- World Cup 2014: Portugal given boost as Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training to dampen fears he could miss Brazil 2014 through injury
- World Cup 2014: Marco Reus RULED OUT of World Cup after suffering torn ankle ligament in Germany's 6-1 victory over Armenia
- World Cup 2014: Paolo Di Canio warns 'cooked' England that Italy have the edge because players like Wayne Rooney are 'tired'
- World Cup 2014: England expects - what always happens to the Three Lions at World Cups
- World Cup 2014: Marco Reus ruled out of Germany team but Cristiano Ronaldo recovers
- I'm gonna be in that number (maybe): For one Saints fan, loyalty has its limits
- Patrick Barclay: Good luck, old friend – the road from Malmo to Manaus is long
- Argentina players’ Falklands protest sparks anger ahead of World Cup warm-up friendly against Slovenia
- Pard View: England must attack – but where is John Terry?
- World Cup 2014: Anger is Spain over 'disproportionate' bonuses for players
- The Last Word: Soccer takes on the USA
- Video: David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Gareth Bale star in new Adidas advert
- Romelu Lukaku transfer news: Lukaku admits he may have to leave Chelsea if they confirm expected signing of Diego Costa
- Manchester United transfer news: Paul Pogba would cost £60million to buy back - reports
- Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger wants Mario Balotelli and Loic Remy, according to reports
- Diego Costa transfer latest: Striker says 'it looks like' he will be a Chelsea player next season
- Manchester United transfer news: Louis van Gaal targets Mats Hummels, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Muller
- Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger eyeing move for Iker Casillas to fill goalkeeper void - reports
- Diego Costa latest: Chelsea eager to push through deal among fears that Atletico Madrid are dragging their feet
- QPR transfer news: Yossie Benayoun leaves Queens Park Rangers to head back home as he joins Maccabi Haifa
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- The clothes are important, not the logo
- World Cup 2014: Get your kit on in style
- Fashion class act: The joy of Graduate Fashion Week is under threat from student debt
- Style shrinks: Our experts analyse Lupita Nyong'o's 'restrained and elegant' summer look
- The best men's accessories for a perfect summer's day
- How to get the look: Mismatched earrings
- The best make-up for brides: The big beauty brands have everything covered
- Kate Moss's John Galliano gown takes centre stage at the V&A's new show Wedding Dresses
- Anatomy of a wedding dress: The Great Gatsby by John Galliano for Kate Moss's 2011 wedding
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- Wanderjahre, a Reporter’s Journey in a Mad World review: Alpha-male’s globetrotting tales turn into an ego-trip
- The Hunter And Other Stories By Dashiell Hammett; book review
- The Unwitting By Ellen Feldman; book review
- Mr Mercedes By Stephen King; book review
- I Am China By Xiaolu Guo; book review
- Thunderstruck and other stories by Elizabeth McCracken; book review
- The hot list: Our experts take their pick of the season's beach books and party music
- Javier Cercas interview: Picking over the wounds of Spain’s recent past
- The Diarists: This week in history
- The Novel Cure: Literary prescription for over-eating
- The Saturday Miscellany: How to always be right; Ian Williams' bookshelf; Almondella; Bailey Nelson London; Thailand: The Cookbook
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- Scoring the winner at the World Cup 2014: Which of the qualifying countries look the most appealing to investors?
- Mark Dampier: Neil Woodford's fund may be new, but he has a great track record
- Money Insider: MBNA's new "Low Rate" credit card offers overdraft relief
- Five Questions On: CDC pension schemes
- Bargain Hunter: How to save money on train journeys, good music and a little fun
- Derek Pain: Not easy being green with TEG, but I'm bowled over by Essenden
- Simon Read: Don't fall prey to courier tricksters
- Questions of Cash: My elderly mother's move to a flat has been a nightmare
- Are you due an energy supplier refund?
- Donald MacInnes: Why my conscience is priceless...I'm too scared to take a bribe
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Climate change: 2015 will be the hottest year on record 'by a mile', experts say
Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
Tony Blair attacks Jeremy Corbyn's 'Alice In Wonderland' politics
Theresa May says migrants should be banned from entering the UK unless they have jobs lined up
Iain Duncan Smith 'should resign over disability benefit death figures', says Jeremy Corbyn
UN investigating British Government over human rights abuses caused by IDS welfare reforms
- 1 If you're not already angry about the migrant crisis, here's a history lesson to remind you why you really should be
- 2 David De Gea: Manchester United goalkeeper's £29m move to Real Madrid off - because paperwork 'not done in time'
- 3 Pansexual: What is it - and when did the term gain popularity?
- 4 A Chinese journalist has appeared on state television 'confessing' to causing the stock market chaos
- 5 Blood Moon and Supermoon: September to bring brightest – and dimmest – full Moon of the year on same night