News Demonstrators hold placards with pictures of Al-Jazeera journalist Abdullah Al Shami who - along with cameraman Mohammed Badr - remains in custody in Egypt, during a protest outside Egypt's embassy in London last November

Two Britons are among a group of 20 journalists working for Al-Jazeera facing criminal trial in Egypt on charges of aiding or joining a terrorist organisation – the latest press crackdown in a country which is facing growing instability.

France's hidden northern delight

There are some real property bargains to be had in St Omer, one of France's most underrated areas.

Sir Patrick Moore: Why is it important? Because it may tell us how life was kick-started

On 15 October 1997, the Cassini spacecraft began a journey of an entirely new kind. It was destined for the outer solar system, and to deposit a small probe, Huygens, on the surface of Saturn's largest satellite, Titan.

Judgment day arrives in the South Pacific

Descendants of the 'Bounty' mutineers will learn today whether claims of endemic sexual abuse are upheld

Suzi Feay: Woman About World

The joy of decks: how I fell in love with ferries

Sailing: MacArthur sets new target as 'detour' wrecks record attempt

Exhausted after a week-long battle with the Atlantic, disappointed at missing a new world record for the west-to east solo transatlantic crossing by 75 minutes in 170 hours and let down by an unco-operative wind, Ellen MacArthur was already planning her next adventure as she made her way up the Channel to Southampton last night.

Bush holds his summit amid the toxic waste sites

Georgia beauty spot chosen by President for G8 summit lies along one of America's most polluted stretches of coast

Opinion: Happy birthday, BBC2. But it's not all worth celebrating

The channel that brought us 'Civilisation' is 40. Charlie Courtauld on why the lustre of that era has been lost
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More people moving from Australia to New Zealand than in the other direction for first time in 24 years

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Eurovision 2015: Australians will be cheering on their first-ever entrant this Saturday

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Hozier's 'blasphemous' song takes Novello award

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