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But the whistleblower says he cannot go home when there’s ‘no chance to have a fair trial’

An MH-53-E, like this one pictured, is used to counter airborne mines

Munitions hamper investigations into US Navy helicopter crash off coast of Norfolk

Incident appears to be a bizarre coincidence after USAF helicopter crashed in Norfolk, UK yesterday

Alexander Hanson, here with Charlotte Blackledge as Mandy Rice-Davies, plays the title role in 'Stephen Ward'

Stephen Ward, Aldwych theatre, review: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s never had it so... laboured

First night: Aldwych theatre, London

US school board considers $100 cap on ‘out-of-control gift-giving’

Teachers oppose move, saying ‘we know the difference between a bribe and a gift’

John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson in Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction'

Pulp Fiction and Mary Poppins added to US National Film Registry

The films are among 25 titles deemed to hold cultural significance

Hathaway after a fire at the US Embassy in Moscow; he had refused to let in firemen, suspecting some may have been KGB agents

Gardner Hathaway: Intelligence officer whose resourcefulness during the Cold War made him highly esteemed by his colleagues

Gardner Hathaway was a CIA chief of counter-intelligence whose career took him to Cold War focal points ranging from Berlin to Moscow and placed him at the centre of many espionage episodes. Taciturn but courtly, "Gus" Hathaway was an undercover officer known for his mastery of espionage tradecraft and his aggressive efforts to best the KGB. "Gus was a risk-taker," said Jack Downing, a former CIA deputy director of operations. "We needed good intelligence, and we needed to be aggressive to get it. He was canny and smart."

US Mega Millions: $568m jackpot climbs towards US lottery record

Jackpot ticket sales mean Mega Millions could beat the current record of $656m

Branching out: Kiernan Shipka as Sally Draper

Kiernan Shipka: Mad men's scene-stealer grows up

She's been Don Draper's daughter – now she wants a new test

Motorists try to get vehicles and a jack-knifed city bus up an icy hill on East Lancaster Ave. in Fort Worth, Texas

Deadly ice storm pushes up US east coast as temperatures drop to -29C

'Historic ice event' swept from Dallas, Texas towards the Eastern Seaboard

A US Predator drone flies over Kandahar Air Field, southern Afghanistan

Look to the skies: How the drone revolution could be coming to the US

Watch out, within five years 7,500 drones may be plying American airspace

Sporting Heroes: Jimmy Valvano, the Cinderella coach

Jimmy Valvano is a name not widely known this side of the Atlantic. In America, he is revered as an extraordinary inspiration.

If he decides to run for President, Christie would be a formidable challenger to any Democrat

Chris Christie's re-election as New Jersey's governor gives Republican party major boost in battle to recapture the White House

In recent decades, New Jersey has turned from presidential swing state into a Democratic stronghold

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s father arrives in Moscow

Lon Snowden expresses gratitude to Russia and Putin for providing safe haven to the NSA whistleblower

Vampire world record attempted in Sussex

Thousands of people dressed as vampires descended on Tulleys Farm in West Sussex over the weekend for a Guinness World Record attempt.

The Stature of Liberty was one of the monuments affected by the shutdown

US shutdown: ‘I don’t understand it, there’s no excuse for this is there?’ More bewilderment than disappointment for tourists

For the Hedbergs, a family from Sweden visiting New York, the sign at the head of the path that leads down to the ferries to Liberty Island – home to the Statute of Liberty – was more cause for bewilderment than disappointment.

Our anger following the Washington Navy Yard shooting lacks the ferocity for change that followed Sandy Hook

It obviously takes a person to discharge the gun, but in the words of Eddie Izzard, ‘I think the guns helps’

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Zac Goldsmith: 'I'll trigger a by-election over Heathrow'

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Five voters from different backgrounds tell us what they expect from Syriza's charismatic leader Alexis Tsipras
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David Cameron should not escape blame for his role in conflicts that are still raging, argues Patrick Cockburn
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UK's Major Tum to blast off on a spice odyssey

Nothing but the best for British astronaut as chef Heston Blumenthal cooks up his rations
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Let the propaganda wars begin - again

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