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Nearly 40 per cent of Norwegians are in favour of demolishing the complex
Far-right killer was jailed for a maximum 21 years in 2012 after being found guilty of murdering 77 people
Deputy prime minister drew outrage for saying Japan should learn from how the Nazi party stealthily changed Germany's inter-war constitution
Leader heads south to promise 'not to give an inch' to its giant neighbour
Business Secretary voices concerns over party's future and economic policy at conference
Tories furious at peers 'playing politics' over Leveson reforms
Protesters clash with police across Egypt, calling for end to Morsi’s Islamist government
Belfast was hit by a fifth night of rioting yesterday following protests over a decision by councillors to limit the days the union flag flies over city hall.
As the President makes a last-ditch effort to forge a unity government, Michael Pooler and David Connett report on what will happen if the country has to go back to the polls
Greek power-sharing talks entered a third and final round today, as parties in the crisis-hit country struggled to hammer out a coalition deal after general elections produced no outright winner.
There was a time when it would be career destroying for a politician to admit to shedding a tear.
Politicians used to show that they cared by kissing babies. Now they tell us what makes them tearful. Andy McSmith on the politics of crying
As the polls point to substantial lead for No campaign, there are still 24 hours left to change the system
Kyrgyz voters cast their ballots yesterday to create the first parliamentary democracy in Central Asia in an election many hope can unite the country four months after the widespread bloodshed.
Rwanda's foreign minister Louise Mushikiwabo had an unusually – for a politician – blunt answer when The Independent asked her about Victoire Ingabire's allegations this week.
The chair of Westminster's new political reform watchdog has likened Parliament to an "emaciated dwarf" that needs to grow more muscles to stand up to the "800lb gorilla" of government.