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Charge carried possible life sentence, although he will now be sentenced after convictions on lesser charges of espionage and theft
The judge in the case is due to issue verdicts within days
Study part-funded by the CIA to investigate national security implications of geoengineering
Miss Saigon, the musical that brought a real helicopter onto the West End stage, is descending on London again.
The arrest of Rabbi Susan Silverman attracted unexpected attention when her famous sister - the comedian Sarah Silverman - tweeted about it
The sniper’s bullet only served to increase his power, writes Rupert Cornwell
The body of Cambodia's former king, Norodom Sihanouk, will be displayed for up to three months before a large state funeral is held for the mercurial and widely loved monarch who died after suffering a heart attack.
Nicholas Katzenbach's career in government was the history of America's turbulent 1960s in miniature.
Horst Faas, a prize-winning combat photographer who changed the way photojournalists covered conflict, has died aged 79.
Out of America: Obama's common-sense hawkishness confounds received wisdom and may win him re-election
Philo single-handedly turned around the fortunes of a Paris fashion house. Then she quit it all to start a family. Now, heading up another grand French brand, she's back in the game – and determined to play it her way
Slipped in among the musical repertoire of the OperaUpClose season in Upper Street comes this wacky, semi-autobiographical 1992 Australian play, set in 1971, by Louis Nowra, about patients in a lunatic asylum putting on Mozart's Così Fan Tutte – without the music. It's also about the madness of putting on a show in the first place, the terror of performing and the treachery of backstage relationships.
Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu, described as "the dragon lady" or "the oriental Lucrezia Borgia", wielded a huge influence in the short history of South Vietnam. As the sister-in-law of Vietnam's bachelor President Ngo Dinh Diem, she was the glamorous yet sinister unofficial first lady, thriving on publicity and becoming a politically powerful and often critically outspoken figure during the early Vietnam War. Madame Nhu enjoyed the complete support of Diem, as well as the complete loathing of President John F Kennedy and the US government.
That's the claim by a right-wing author who says he's exposed a left-wing plot behind some top TV shows