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Lord Hope, the former Archbishop of York, steps down from post, ending 50 years of ministry, after report into child abuse by a former cathedral dean which found 'systemic failures' by the Church of England
Vincent Racaniello, who studies viruses at Columbia University, says Ebola has recently become his obsession. "I find myself reading incessantly about Ebola when I should be doing other things," says host
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ARBIL Iraq (Reuters) - Cloaked in Kurdish flags, thousands of people lined the roads to cheer on a military convoy headed for what was — until recently — an obscure Syrian border town, now the focus of
George Osborne will redeem £218m worth of '4pc Consols' on which the UK has paid nearly £1.3bn of interest since 1927 The UK government has finally decided to pay off part of the nation’s First World debt.
Shropshire mother's photograph showing her breastfeeding her premature baby for the first time is removed by Facebook after complaint about 'offensive' nudity A picture showing a new mother breastfeeding