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Paris Hilton answers that age old question, why did God make celebrities?

Climate change forcing animals into mass move

Global warming is causing animals and plants to migrate further up mountains and away from the equator to avoid the higher temperatures associated with climate change, scientists have found in an exhaustive survey of nearly 1,400 species.

Intrigue over socialite's death as husband faces murder charge

Iraqi officials in the US capital insist Mr Muth's claims of proximity to them are false

Beyonce Knowles ready for children

Beyonce Knowles is now hoping to "dedicate herself" to having children.

Letter from the editor: Pining for British Rail

Where are you reading your copy of i today? Perhaps you are picking us up for the first time boarding a BA plane to somewhere exotic. If so, welcome.

BBC sells 'Radio Times' and other titles

The commercial arm of the BBC yesterday secured a deal to sell off magazines including the Radio Times to the private equity company Exponent as part of a deal that will see the group land £121m.

Letter from the editor: The joys of a full English breakfast

It remains difficult to write about anything but the riots, which may be the result of my being away while they were taking place — but at least it saves you from my holiday stories.

Medical life: The tale of one chimp can teach us a lot about human cruelty

Home from a holiday at the weekend to a story of bad parenting. No, nothing to do with the riots. We went to see Project Nim, the distressing but wonderfully told story of the chimp raised by humans in the Seventies, in a supposedly scientific experiment, to see if it was possible to teach another species language.

Paris Hilton loses phone

Paris Hilton has lost two of her iPhones.

Call for 'sixth pillar' for EBaac

Music experts today launched a fresh appeal for the Government to revamp its flagship English Baccalaureate to include creative and cultural subjects.

Robert Robinson: Journalist, author and presenter of many popular radio and televison shows

It is hard to pin down with precision the quality that made Robert Robinson such a compelling broadcaster.

Sun, sand and style: Welcome to Turkey’s jet-set destination

The sophisticated Cesme Peninsula – for years the preserve of well-heeled locals – has begun to lure British travellers with the promise of a very different kind of Turkish beach holiday

Inside the dark world of the gang initiation ceremonies

A youth worker writes

Vandals attack newspaper office entrance

Vandals have attacked the offices of the Bristol Evening Post newspaper, just days after the city was convulsed by rioting.

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Tunisia fears its Arab Spring could be reversed as the new regime becomes as intolerant of dissent as its predecessor

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King Arthur: Legendary figure was real and lived most of his life in Strathclyde, academic claims

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Dead bodies, men drowning, women miscarrying – a senior UN figure on the horrors he has witnessed among migrants arriving on Lampedusa, and urges politicians not to underestimate our caring nature
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The billionaire inventor of computer game Minecraft says he is bored, lonely and isolated by his vast wealth. If it’s that bad, says Simon Kelner, why not just give it all away?
Euro 2016: Chris Coleman on course to end half a century of hurt for Wales

Coleman on course to end half a century of hurt for Wales

Wales last qualified for major tournament in 1958 but after several near misses the current crop can book place at Euro 2016 and end all the indifference