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Bahrain's leaders reject rights criticism

The government has rejected criticism by Amnesty International, which said it had failed to introduce promised reforms following an uprising.

A Guide to the future of feminism

When I first heard that Julie Bentley had called the Guides "the ultimate feminist organisation", I thought steady on. Then I realised how true this is

David Bodanis: Fusion of talent in the City is the right recipe for success

Midweek View: London's diversity is greatly impressive now, but doomed to collapse probably within a generation

Attacker in Afghan army uniform kills Nato soldier

An attacker wearing an Afghan army uniform has killed a member of the Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in the south of Afghanistan, the force said.

Former Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Players from Norway outscore counterparts from Italy, Spain and Portugal

Players from Norway have scored more goals in the Premier League than those from Italy, Spain and Portugal.

Classroom shortages and unequal property rights are ‘proof’ of Israeli Arabs’ second-class status

The new Israeli apartheid: Poll reveals widespread Jewish support for policy of discrimination against Arab minority

47 per cent of respondents would like to see Israel's Arab citizens stripped of their citizenship rights

Cuba relaxes its grip on exit visas

Cuba eases travel abroad for many citizens

FIFTY years after the Cuban missile crisis, there are signs even Cuban government is beginning to relax.

To vote or not to vote? At 16, children like my daughter are old enough to decide for themselves

Why do assume that as long as teenagers live with their parents, they have no civic responsibilities? We adults are more confused about this than our children

Monisha Kaltenborn

Monisha Kaltenborn to become first female team principal in Formula One

Monisha Kaltenborn has become Formula One's first female team principal after taking over from Peter Sauber at his eponymous team.

Rohingya Muslims at a refugee camp in Sittwe, western Burma

No end in sight to the sufferings of 'the world's most persecuted minority' - Burma's Rohingya Muslims

Nearly 75,000 of those made homeless during inter-communal conflict in June and transferred to temporary camps are living in conditions “worse than animals”, according to the Rohingya Human Rights Association in Bangkok

'Full story' to emerge after runaway teacher Jeremy Forrest agrees to UK return

Lawyers for runaway teacher Jeremy Forrest said the "full story" of his disappearance with a teenage pupil will emerge after he agreed to his extradition back to the UK.

11 killed in Afghanistan suicide bike blast

A man riding a motorcycle packed with explosives rammed his vehicle into a patrol of Afghan and international forces in eastern Afghanistan today, killing at least 11 people, including three international service members and their translator, officials said.

Hundreds protest against Paralympics sponsor Atos as anger about its role in slashing benefits bill intensifies

Hundreds of disabled people stepped up protests against the Paralympics sponsor Atos today as anger about the company's role in slashing the benefits bill intensifies.

Rebels watch a missile explode in Aleppo yesterday

Syrian regime accused of ‘atrocity on a
new scale’ in Daraya

State television claims that Assad's army has 'cleansed terrorists' in six-day operation

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