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The body of a stowaway has been found in the landing gear of a plane at Heathrow Airport.

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A big part of my decision to come to London Business School for my MBA was the emphasis it placed on delivering a range of in-class and extra-curricular experiences that mirror an increasingly multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary workplace.

Police fired teargas and water cannons at protesters as they tried to prevent them gathering in Gezi Park

Turkey unrest: Gezi Park reopens after police fire teargas during overnight clashes with protesters

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Eight Turkish athletes tested positive for banned substances at European Team Championships in Gateshead

Number of Turkish athletes who have tested positive in doping examinations this year has reached 24

Turkey unrest: 'Standing Man' inspires hundreds with silent vigil in Taksim Square

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Voices in Danger: Police in Taksim Square target journalists in violent crackdown

The coverage of Turkey's protests is being hampered by aggressive police action

Protesters shouting anti-government slogans from a barricade during clashes with police in Istanbul

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Barricades on streets of Istanbul as police fire tear gas on peaceful protesters

Turkish police fire tear gas at anti-government protesters as they try to reestablish police control of Taksim Square

Turkey clashes are disturbing, says David Cameron

Violent clashes between anti-government protesters and the Turkish authorities are “disturbing and concerning”, David Cameron has said.

Turkey's prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to convene party leadership in response to protests

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan prepared to convene his party leadership on Saturday as anti-government protests enter their ninth day, with thousands of people still occupying Istanbul's central Taksim Square.

Supporters of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan greet his return to Istanbul early yesterday

Special Report: The tortured activist whose fate tells Turkish protesters: don’t seek refuge in Greece

Bulut Yayla, a Turkish archaeology student and left-wing activist, says he travelled to Greece in April this year to escape imprisonment and torture he endured under the government of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Mime artists perform in support of the protesters in Istanbul yesterday

Activists call for probe into Turkish police chiefs

Activists presented Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister with a list of demands they said could end days of mass protests and clashes across the country, after a third demonstrator died.

Protesters clashing with riot police in Istanbul

Turkey protests continue despite Deputy Prime Minister's apology over police's 'excessive violence'

Politicians accused of giving mixed signals in bid to quell anti-government protests

Anti-government protesters clash with riot police during a demonstration in Ankara, Turkey

Simon Calder: Turkey and Central Europe travel Q&A amid protests and flooding

Our Travel Editor at Large addresses holiday-makers' concerns over planned trips to these two destinations

Thousands of protesters gathered in Istanbul

'Just a few looters’: Turkish PM Erdogan dismisses protests as thousands occupy Istanbul's Taksim Square

Turkey’s Prime Minister has rejected claims from protesters, who have taken to the streets across the country over the past two days, that he is an authoritarian leader, as thousands of people marched and reoccupied the centre of Istanbul.

Clashes between police and protesters in Turkey subside after crackdown on peaceful gathering after days of fierce fighting

Protests in Istanbul and several other Turkish cities appear to have subsided, after days of fierce clashes following a police crackdown on a peaceful gathering.

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