Watch: George Galloway accused of racism by Oxford student waving Israeli flag

George Galloway’s constant thirst for fresh controversy reared again at the Oxford Union last night, when he was accused of racism during a heated debate by a student brandishing an Israeli flag.

Israel warns world powers of repeating Munich deal in Iran nuclear talks

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned it would be an “historic mistake” if Tuesday’s much-awaited talks in Geneva between Iran and world powers led to an easing of sanctions on Tehran. He also urged the international community to reject Iran’s offer to limit uranium enrichment to 20 per cent.

Cover up: a screen was built in front of the United Nations in Geneva ahead of the latest round of talks on Iran’s nuclear programme. The building is adorned with naked figures, which risked causing offence

Iran’s nuclear programme: does the deal-making start in Geneva?

John Kerry says ‘the window is open,’ as hopes rise of a constructive dialogue with country’s officials 

Bashar al-Assad jokes that he ‘should have won Nobel Peace Prize’

Syrian dictator tells pro-regime Lebanese newspaper that he should have taken the award which went to the global chemical weapons watchdog charged with disarming his country

'The discovery of the tunnel… prevented attempts to harm Israeli civilians who live close to the border and military forces in the area,' said the Israeli Defence Minister, Moshe Yaalon

Israel finds Palestinian ‘terror tunnel’ from Gaza Strip

Israel has put on show what it calls a Palestinian “terror tunnel” running into its territory from the Gaza Strip and said it was freezing the transfer of building material to the enclave.

Portfolio: Martin Kollar's images of Israel capture 'one of the most contentious geographical zones of modern history'

When Martin Kollar was invited, along with various award-winning photographers, to spend several months in Israel to capture "one of the most contentious geographical zones of modern history", the 41-year-old found the country reminded him of growing up in Zilina, Czechoslovakia (now the Slovak Republic).

Argentina turns away body of Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke

Foreign Ministry says 'Argentines will not accept this kind of affront to human dignity'

Chris Brunt tries to make progress during Northern Ireland's defeat

Azerbaijan 2 Northern Ireland 0: Further Irish shame with loss in Baku

Azerbaijan had only won one World Cup qualifier in the last dozen years

World Cup qualifiers: Australia sack Holger Osieck after Socceroos humiliated again – this time by France

The thinking behind Australia’s switch in football federations from Oceania to Asia in 2006 was that it would raise standards in both their domestic and international sides. It has not quite worked out like that so far.

In the Studio: Daniel Silver, sculptor

'I believe in the object. It is through the object that I discover myself'

Book review: Lion Heart, By Justin Cartwright

Middle Eastern risk and mystery drive a novel of quests and quandaries

Milos Zeman (left) thanked Israel's Shimon Peres for referring to his country as Czechia

What's in a name? Czech Republic mulls shock rebranding as Czechia

Support is growing for a national name change. But would ‘Czechia’ really do the trick?

Marland Yarde has admitted that London Irish's self-imposed alcohol ban is to credit for win over Harlequins

London Irish drinking ban paid off with victory over Harlequins claims England winger Marland Yarde

Yarde admits that the squad-wide self-imposed alcohol ban could continue in an effort to maintain winning ways as Irish prepare for Europe

Trio win Nobel Prize in Chemistry for making Newton's classical physics work side-by-side with quantum physics

Three scientists have shared this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry. Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the award for laying the foundation for computer models used to understand and predict chemical processes.

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