As a warming climate melts some of the permafrost that covers much of Siberia, ancient treasures are emerging.
For decades, her family survived on their homestead, where temperatures fell as low as -40°C
It's unknown how long the suspect was stuck before authorities arrived on the scene
'Only mice don't vote for Barsik!'
Soviet general whose design for a cheap and reliable assault rifle transformed the nature of conflict round the world
DNA indicates that group of Siberians must have played a key role
First official confirmation of jailed Tolokonnikova's whereabouts is announced after she vanished from sight three weeks ago
Sergei Rumyantsev, 55, stabbed the animal in heart after he was attacked
The original painting of the Chinese Girl, thought to be the most reproduced print in the world, was sold for nearly £1 million today.
An asteroid as big as an Olympic swimming pool has narrowly missed the Earth this evening, becoming the closest ever for an object of that size.
Some owners can’t cope when popular breed turns into ‘Kevin the teenager’
Documentary on sexual exploitation cancelled as director-general faces grilling by MPs
Ray Lygo was a naval airman who transferred to surface ships, becoming a full admiral, Vice Chief of the Naval Staff, and briefly First Sea Lord, before moving on to be a captain of industry. The latter role saw him caught up in the Westland affair during the 1980s.
As Robert Holman's touching triptych of war plays is revived at the Donmar, Paul Taylor salutes an undervalued but endlessly powerful playwright
The view from a log cabin
In the never-ending search for eternal youth, nothing is considered too extreme or, in light of a new treatment from Siberia, too unnervingly gross. The snail facial (a Snaicial?) is said to restore weather-beaten skin to its luminescent best, thanks to an active ingredient in the snotty snail slime that beats wrinkles and helps to heal scars and burns.