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Not all those who suffered have been appeased by William Hague's offer
Elderly survivors of brutal colonial torture express satisfaction with Hague’s statement of regret – and sorrow at its cause
More than 5,000 now elderly people are each expected to be given £2,600 – about five times the average annual income in Kenya
The trio - all in their twenties - have been bailed to return to a south London police station, according to the Metropolitan Police
Days of recounts loom as voters struggle to fathom complex voting slips
Vehicle veered off the road and capsized
Attempted hijackings fell from more than 350 to 233 in the first nine months of this year
Osborne's ex-spin doctor hired by Presidential candidate accused of ethnic violence
Israel and Iran's Cold War spills over into East Africa
Even while being ushered across a desolate Somali airstrip to the small plane waiting to fly her to freedom yesterday, Judith Tebbutt's release from seven months of captivity was shrouded in uncertainty.
A British woman kidnapped from a resort island on the Kenyan coast did not know that her husband had been killed for another two weeks.
Main presidential contenders called to The Hague over violence that tore nation apart
A new film explores just how deep animal emotions can run – especially in those reared by humans. Anthea Gerrie meets its two star conservationists
Where do you call home when your job enables you to live anywhere? The latest wave of high-flying property owners tell Ruth Bloomfield what it's like to be a networked nomad
After a run of blockbuster supporting parts, Naomie Harris has found a leading role in a classroom – and could be the next Bond girl. By James Mottram
America's most celebrated writer, Ernest Hemingway, ended his life 50 years ago – in a manner his biographers have struggled to explain.