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The Chritsian group The Core Issues Trust has accused Boris Johnson of banning the advert for political gain

Dalmanutha: Biblical town referred to in the Gospel of Mark may have been discovered by archaeologists

Ancient town has been found on the northwest coast of the Sea of Galilee

Philip Berg drew several major celebrities, including Madonna, to the Kabbalah Centre

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Berg drew several major celebrities to his new-age brand of ancient Jewish mysticism, including Madonna and the actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher

Kevin Rudd has promised to hold a Parliamentary vote on allowing gay couples to marry if Labor Party wins

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Prime Minister has promised to hold a Parliamentary vote on allowing gay couples to marry if Labor Party wins

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‘Black Jesus’ Steven Tari is hacked to death

Cult leader was a convicted rapist, but local rumours of cannibalism persist

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Is the Bible to be cast away by 'Desert Island Discs'?

For more than 70 years, the format of Radio 4's Desert Island Discs has remained the same. Castaways on the imaginary island are given a Bible and the complete works of Shakespeare, then asked to choose their eight favourite records. Now, according to a source at the BBC, senior producers have discussed dropping the Bible as a reflection of our increasingly secular society.

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Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

Flames and black smoke billow from the burning Jomo Kenyatta international airport, Nairobi. A massive fire shut down Nairobi's international airport today with flights diverted to regional cities as firefighters battled to put out the blaze in east Africa's biggest transport hub

Kenya airport fire: Two international flights land, as airport seeks to resume normal service

Massive blaze closed Kenya's main international airport

Ikea's augmented reality app enables virtual redecorating

New app for mobile devices combines with a catalogue to place tables and chairs in your front room

Album review: Johnny Dowd, Do the Gargon (Mother Jinx)

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Ilya Segalovich was an internet pioneer and one of the founders of Yandex, the Russian search engine

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Ilya Segalovich was an internet search pioneer and one of the founders of Yandex, the Russian search engine which was conceived in 1993 and launched in 1997, a full year before its more famous American competitor, Google.

Muslim scholar sees book sales surge thanks to Fox News

Presenter Lauren Green repeatedly asked Reza Aslan why he, as a Muslim, had written about Jesus

'Most embarrassing Fox News interview ever' sends Reza Aslan's biography of Jesus to number 1 in the Amazon book charts

A respected academic, who just happens to be Muslim, was challenged by a Fox News anchor as to why he was qualified to write about Christ

Young British milers start to build on the Olympic legacy

It has been one 'L' of a Legacy. While the 65,000 ticket-only guests raised a glass to the first birthday of the infant London 2012 Olympics, and to Jess, Mo and Co, there was a drop of considerably greater vintage to savour as the Emsley Carr Mile clocked up another milestone at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games yesterday.

Former Ofcom boss to take helm at Lloyd's List owner

The former Ofcom chief executive Stephen Carter was named the next chief executive of the publisher and events group Informa yesterday as Peter Rigby announced he is stepping down in December after 25 years at the top.

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