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Russia may ban "gay emojis" from social media if an investigation by the state media watchdog rules that they infringe laws against "gay propaganda". According to a report by Russia's Izvestia newspaper,
The latest polls showing which ten Republicans will participate in Thursday's debate in Cleveland We're just days away from the first Republican presidential debate on Thursday in Cleveland, Ohio. An 17
Credit rating agency Moody’s warns big four may close stores or try to avoid employing people eligible for rise to £9 an hour by 2020 Supermarkets could close stores and try to avoid employing over-25s
Is the world still getting warmer? If so, how fast? Has there been a global warming ‘pause’ or ‘hiatus’ or not? Or has the recent warming rate been as fast, or even faster, than that measured in the 1990s?
The EU has humiliated Syriza and ignored its referendum: now the only power the country has left is to implement what the lenders want The only thing certain about the aftermath of Sunday’s Euro summit
Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 46 men and women convicted for nonviolent drug offenses on Monday, doubling the number of prisoners he will have freed early through executive action during his “These