Day In a Page
Monday, 15 November 2010
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- Michael Seifert: Brutal SS guard who evaded justice for half a century but was eventually convicted of nine murders
- Jack Levine: Artist whose work ruthlessly satirised 20th-century America
- Nicolò Rizzuto: Mafia boss who rose to become head of Canada’s largest crime syndicate
- Hugh Blackett: Forester dedicated to conservation in the Tropics
- Alan Baxendale: Civil servant who brought positive and lasting changes to the prison education system
- Janey Antoniou
- Honor Frost
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- Leading article: The time has come for Dublin to change course
- Leading article: Aung San Suu Kyi's freedom is just the start of a long road
- Leading article: A sound way to put teaching first
- Leading article: Wise words on containing the Islamist threat
- Leading article: Road rage
- Leading article: Blame it on the gene
- Isabel Hilton: A triumph for moral authority
- Ian Burrell: Will it be the BBC wot lost it?
- Gavin Kelly and James Plunkett: Rising prices will give the Coalition a political headache
- Roger Middleton: Only by tackling poverty can piracy be eradicated
- Michael McCarthy: The Bono factor... big business should fear a famous name
- Jeremy Laurance: Couple's great strength is that they shared the ordeal
- Deborah Ross: Does my bum look big in Asda's survey?
- Baroness Kinnock: Release should be the start of a process of real change
- Omar Waraich: Cruel laws that encourage the persecution of minorities
- Patrick Cockburn: He may be weak, but President Karzai knows the US has no alternative
- Steve Connor: How Trinny and Susannah defy weight expectations
- John Rentoul: Are electoral changes a fundamental assault on Parliament's powers?
- Mark Ferguson: Burying bad news? The stories you might have missed...
- John Rentoul: 'The Big Office of Civil Society'? Is that real?
- Oliver Duggan: To Protest or Not To Protest...
- John Rentoul: Has Tom Harris fallen victim to Ed’s new assertiveness?
- Austin Williams: The "beauty debate" isn't even skin deep
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- The Ashes: The all-time Australia dream team
- Australia's overblown squad smacks of concern, indecision and disarray
- The Ashes: Controversial moments
- England bowlers to miss final warm-up match
- Tony Greig urges England to invoke spirit of Bodyline
- India draw with New Zealand in second Test
- England's attack skip final warm-up and head straight for heat of Brisbane
- Australia name squad for the Ashes
- England in high spirits but sure that tougher battles are coming
- Gayle smashes brilliant double century
- Vettel, boy prince of Red Bull, is crowned king in Abu Dhabi
- Red Bull boss backs Mark Webber to return stronger
- Vettel spurred on by Spa spearing criticism
- Nico Hulkenberg released by Williams
- Lewis Hamilton turns attention to 2011
- German media reaction to Sebastian Vettel's win
- Monty Python-loving man in a hurry wants to keep feet on the ground
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- A touring exhibit on Jean-Paul Gaultier to kick off in 2011
- Japanese cosmetics firms tap into mature market
- Google venturing into fashion
- Gucci Kids will launch worldwide by month's end
- Adidas eyes slice of lucrative youth fashion market
- Luxury e-tailer to add designer bridal collection to its stock
- Shop for your dream wedding dress online
- This week's top beauty sales: Stila cosmetics, E.V.A. hair styling tools, Hairdo by Jessica Simpson
- Gucci participates in Jay-Z's scavenger hunt
- British actress to design an eco-friendly line for Italian fashion house
- Yoox e-commerce site to launch in China in 2011
- Top fashion web sales: Chloé handbags, DVF dresses, YSL apparel
- Watch Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2010
- Bed bugs can deliver a bad bite for some
- High-tech whodunit probes 1600s death of Danish astronomer
- Are you an economical walker?
- Improve your memory with sleep
- Poland brings in smoking ban
- China has world's highest number of diabetics: report
- Women with stressful jobs more prone to heart disease: study
- 'Naked' scanners at US airports may be dangerous: scientists
- Teens need to curb the salt, experts say
- Promising Parkinson's drug in pipeline: study
- Microsoft sells one million Kinects in 10 days
- Age 31 or a student? You probably 'like' brands
- New 'LEGO Star Wars' now out February 2011
- After 'Red Dead Redemption', there's 'L.A. Noire'
- Weekly international iPhone apps: Train Conductor, Mahjong Rising, Smurfs' Village
- PC download charts: 'Call of Duty: Black Ops,' 'Fallout: New Vegas'
- Facebook launches new messaging service, includes email
- Ubisoft assassins begin prowling the Internet
- Current Google Insights trends: RockMelt, 'Black Ops,' Stevenson
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- New music videos of the week: Rihanna, OK Go, Mariah Carey
- Beatles coming to iTunes: WSJ
- American Music Awards cover live red carpet streaming
- International top tracks: Katy Perry, Bruno Mars
- Weekly US music releases: Rihanna's 'Loud,' Springsteen's 'Promise,' and Kid Rock
- Most blogged artists: Tennis, jj, Robyn
- Apple to make iTunes announcement on Tuesday
- Harry Potter marathons lead to 'Deathly Hallows'
- Brad Pitt company vies to film Chile miner saga: report
- Filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard honored at Hollywood ceremony
- International box office: 'Unstoppable' races to top spot
- Film trailer: 'Battle: Los Angeles'
- 'Megamind' keeps box office gold
- Clinton shoots cameo for 'The Hangover 2'
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- Union seeks more talks in BA cabin crew row
- BA puts on extra Paris flights
- China prepares for tourism fair - and the world wants in on the action
- Branson to serve as AirAsia 'stewardess' after losing F1 bet
- Air trends: Number of flights to grow this month
- Airshow China set to be a landmark for Chinese aviation
- Luxury boutique brand headed for London
- Will 'opt-out day' become no-fly day?
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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 A bottle of wine a day is not bad for you and abstaining is worse than drinking, scientist claims
- 3 Grandmas keep accidentally tagging themselves as Grandmaster Flash on Facebook
- 4 Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
- 5 Kanye West halts concert after two fans don't stand up - doesn't realise one is in wheelchair and the other disabled