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30-year-old forced to leave his job after appeal to remain was denied at an Immigration and Asylum Chamber tribunal

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Winner known for being the home of poet Philip Larkin was given dubious distinction 10 years ago

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'Serious' incident after Spanish state vessel defied orders from Royal Navy to leave

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Red carpet for Russians fuels speculation over Egypt's US alliance

Some analysts interpret Moscow delegation's trip as a shot across Washington's bows

A US Marine and members of the Philippine Armed Forces help displaced civilians

Scant relief: China has pledged only £125,000 to help the Philippines recover from Super Typhoon Haiyan

Richard Hall examines the reasons for the world's second-largest economy's woeful aid donation

(Left to right) Foreign Secretary William Hague, with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Germany's Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, and top EU diplomat Catherine Ashton

Iran talks end with failure to reach agreement over nuclear programme

Optimism for a potential breakthrough in the decade-long dispute was raised when senior politicians joined the talks

(Left to right) Foreign Secretary William Hague, with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Germany's Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, and top EU diplomat Catherine Ashton

Breakthrough still uncertain as Iran nuclear talks enter third day

A meeting of some of the world's most powerful politicians was still ongoing this afternoon, as Iran resisted calls to scale back its nuclear programme.

The worst is yet to come: Edward Snowden faces a sad and lonely future

History has shown life isn't kind to US intelligence insiders gone rogue

On trial: President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto are charged over the violence after the 2007 elections

'Going after leaders is anti-African': The continent's heads of state threaten to break away from international court

The African Union's executive council has condemned the International Criminal Court's charges against President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya as "totally unacceptable" and indicated that the continent's leaders could split from the body.

Jim Armitage: Reshuffle puts the Treasury in charge

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Get your fiscal house in order: China warns US as Asia expresses concern for $1.3tn of investments

'Clock is ticking', says Chinese minister, as US fails to break deadlock over government shutdown and fast-approaching ‘debt ceiling’ deadline

Madagascar mob burns two Europeans to death over child 'organ trafficking' claims

The two men, one of whom is thought to be a French national, were hunted down and killed by residents on the island of Nosy Be

Western governments considering deal that may allow Iran to continue with uranium enrichment

Western governments are considering allowing Iran to continue some uranium enrichment, as part of a possible deal to resolve a decade-old dispute, a senior EU diplomat has said.

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