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If you pay £6 to go to Prague on RyanAir, what do you expect?

Women's Ashes 2014: Captain Charlotte Edwards shows England how to win Ashes with brilliant innings

First Twenty20 International: England 151-1 (17.5 overs) beat Australia 150-3 (20 overs) by nine wickets

England succumbed to a 26-run defeat in the second ODI against Australia but hold a 8-2 lead in the Ashes series

Women's Ashes 2014: England miss chance to secure series as debutant Nicole Bolton gives Australia 26-run victory

England lead the series 8-2 and could retain the Ashes in the third ODI in Hobart on Sunday

Repair workers examine the top of the Christ Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro

Repairs start on Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer statue after lightning strike

Workers have begun work on iconic statue's thumb damaged during storm

The couple's yacht was moored off the coast of St Lucia as part of a round-the-world trip when the attack happened

St Lucia death: British man killed defending his wife on yacht

Roger Pratt, 62, and his wife Margaret had planned to leave the St Lucian port to continue their round-the-world voyage just hours before the attack, but had been prevented by officials

Delhi's Paharganj area is popular with backpackers

Government issues safety warnings for women tourists in India after sex attacks

Violent attacks on Polish, German and Danish travellers reported already this year

James Ashton: Come to Singapore, but be aware of the rules - chewing gum is bad, gambling is very, very good

Global Outlook It is hard to reconcile buttoned-up Singapore's transformation into the world's second-largest gambling mecca. On the one hand, chewing gum is banned and possession of a few grams of cannabis can lead to instant imprisonment. On the other, one of the original Asian tigers opened a crystal-topped cathedral of gambling four years ago that has been a roaring success. Stud poker is a particular favourite.

Driving up costs: tourists face taxes in Mexico

Simon Calder: Pack extra pounds if you're off to the sun

The man who pays his way

Flying the flag: revellers at SkiOUT, part of WinterPRIDE on the Whistler slopes

Gay Ski Weeks: A ski sector that is in the pink

Anna Lawlor reports on how resorts are reaching out to a booming market

Steven Finn has returned to the UK from England's Tour of Australia

Steven Finn hoping to draw inspiration from teammates James Anderson and Stuart Broad in hope of an England return

Finn returned home from Australia after failing to make an appearance due to concerns over his bowling technique

England opener Ian Bell is bowled for 41 by Xavier Doherty in Melbourne

ODI series: Aaron Finch hits century to ensure same old story as sloppy England spurn chances against Australia

Captain Alastair Cook failed to survive the first over

The third test flight of the commercial spaceship took it to a record 71,000 feet

Virgin Galactic spaceline launches third successful test flight to reach record heights

The firm hopes to take first ever tourists to space later this year. Onboard cameras were able to capture its rocket-powered engine, the first time it has been used

Alastair Cook goes in the first over

ODI series: Alastair Cook laments top-order failure following latest defeat to Australia

The captain was out in the first over

Buried treasure: Miners who worked in Smallcleugh, one of the long disused mines nearby

Village digs deep into its mining past: Zinc deposits could return a once-thriving Pennine community to its glory days

A Canadian company has discovered that Nenthead may be sitting on one of Europe's biggest deposits

Get the picture: Despite the positive spin, Benefits Street creates more Others for us to dismiss as diabolical

As 'Benefits Street' shows, we are quick to demonise and slow to understand

In its attempt to chase ratings, the Channel 4 programme merely reinforces stereotypes about people who rely on the state

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hinted at improved relations between the two Koreas in his New Year's Day message - before also warning of possible nuclear war

North Korea rejects South's proposals for reunion of families separated by Korean War

Secretive state says resumption of programme has been delayed due to planned military drills in the South

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Dr Andrew Breeze says the legendary figure did exist – but was a general, not a king
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‘Can we really just turn away?’

Dead bodies, men drowning, women miscarrying – a senior UN figure on the horrors he has witnessed among migrants arriving on Lampedusa, and urges politicians not to underestimate our caring nature
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