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South Korean protesters carry a mock nuclear missile during an anti-North Korea rally to end North Korea's suspected development of nuclear weapons

Risks of nuclear war rising because of global tensions and insecure stockpiles, warn experts

'Too many nuclear weapons in the world remain ready to launch on short notice,' the military, political and diplomatic figures say

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, 48, was even named Preacher of the Year, out of all the faiths in Britain

Shmuley Boteach: Sex, Sainsbury's, celebrity... and anti-Semitism

The self-proclaimed 'Rabbi of America', says Britain has grown worryingly anti-Israel – and he wants us to listen to him
Boris Johnson cycles through the streets of Jakarta on Car Free Sunday with Indonesian President, Joko Widodo (second left)

Boris Johnson, international statesman? The Mayor of London takes a Far East tour

To become Prime Minister, the Mayor must convince people he can represent Britain abroad. Joseph Watts followed him to see how he measured up

President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani has received assurances of continuing international support

Western leaders reassure Afghanistan of continued funding after withdrawal of coalition forces

President Ashraf Ghani urged to tackle corruption and carry out reforms in return for international assistance

John Kerry claims that air strikes have made a ‘significant impact’ on Isis capabilities

War with Isis: US hails 'significant impact' of bombing raids but Syria's President Assad is not so sure

US Secretary of State John Kerry said that air strikes had already killed key leaders and damaged the group’s capabilities

Meet the micronation builders: Self-appointed leaders have created independent territories, complete with flags, anthems and crowns

It takes more than a strip of land, a made-up currency and a gaudy flag to found your own micronation… doesn't it? The photographer Léo Delafontaine goes in search of frontiers new
Vladimir Putin and Angela Merkel at a summit in Dresden; the German Chancellor is said to be losing patience with the Russian President’s actions in Ukraine

Putin’s far-right ambition: Think-tank reveals how Russian President is wooing – and funding – populist parties across Europe to gain influence in the EU

In France, the Front National was recently granted a €9m loan by a small financial institution to fund the party’s campaign for next year’s regional elections

Frank-Walter Steinmeier, left, and John Kerry in Vienna

One day to go until Iran nuclear deadline

But German diplomat claims an agreement with Tehran has 'never been closer'
The ScotRail franchise contract has been given to an offshoot of the state-owned Dutch national railways

Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services

Exclusive: ‘Scandal’ of UK citizens’ millions that go to foreign state-owned public services

Anti-slavery activists rally outside Parliament

More than 35 million people worldwide are being held as slaves

The UK was named among the countries with the most comparatively effective response to modern slavery

A deal can not be brokered without Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's approval

Time running out for settlement to disarm Iran's nuclear programme

Deadline looms for talks in Vienna but few details appear settled

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks on the final day of the G20 Summit in Brisbane

David Cameron warns of new global economic crisis

PM says 'red lights are flashing on the dashboard of the economy'

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks on the final day of the G20 Summit in Brisbane

G20 summit: David Cameron pledges UK will ‘play its part’ in backing climate fund to help developing countries tackle emissions

Cameron risks wrath of MPs sceptical about global warming and opposed to foreign aid

David Cameron has promised to fire 'rocket boosters' under a controversial EU-US trade deal that he believes could be worth £10bn to the British economy

G20 summit: Cameron promises to fire 'rocket boosters' under controversial EU-US TTIP trade deal

Critics claim Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership would put the NHS at risk of being sold off to American health companies and lead to lower food standards

Tony Abbott’s government has scrapped carbon pricing

G20 Summit accepts last-minute commitment to address climate change

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is president of this year's G20 Summit

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German soldier who died fighting for UK in Battle of Waterloo should be removed from museum display and given dignified funeral, say historians

Saving Private Brandt

A Belgian museum's display of the skeleton of a soldier killed at Waterloo prompts calls for him to be given a dignified funeral