Stars and Planets: February

Shares in line for a savaging by Saturn

Tips for 2000: astro economists warn of a May meltdown, but industry experts say equities are heading higher

Horoscopes

Aries

Peres wants Rabin's killing re-examined

SHIMON PERES, a former prime minister of Israel, called yesterday for the reopening of the investigation into the 1995 assassination of then Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin.

Kansas schools ban Darwin

THE BOARD of Education in the state of Kansas has approved a science curriculum for all publicly funded schools that excludes any mention of evolution. This week's decision is the latest attempt by the Creationist movement, which stipulates a literal interpretation of the creation, to exclude Darwin's theory of evolution from school science teaching.

Letter: Nato aggression

Sir: Alan Murray (Letters, 14 June) suggests that "conspiracy theorists" must "put up or shut up" concerning Nato's misadventures in Serbia.

Can you feel the heat?

New Age beauty products claim to heal the soul. What tosh.

Check it Out: Hi-tech Alternatives

THERE MUST be something about the approach of a new millennium that makes people want to go all technological. Whatever the reason, even "alternative" aspects of contemporary life are repackaging themselves into hi-tech phenomena. If you're seeking peace of body, mind or soul, there's almost certainly a futuristic gadget out there to help you achieve it.

Letter: Sunstroke

Sir: It is undeniable that popular astrology helps to sell newspapers at this time of year, but John Walsh ("What planet are you on?", 5 January) gets it wrong when he says that "all the signs are that horoscopes have a future". In Britain astrologers can be prosecuted under the Fraudulent Mediums Act, 1951, although this has not, so far, happened.
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New exhibition at Tate Britain invites art lovers to taste, smell and hear art
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Turkey-Kurdish conflict: Obama's deal with Ankara is a betrayal of Syrian Kurds and may not even weaken Isis

US betrayal of old ally brings limited reward

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