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EU accused of trying to 'indoctrinate' children and trying to influence EU referendum after it emerges it is spending £500million a year promoting itself.
The EU is spending more than £500million a year promoting itself amid growing concern that it could have an "insidious" impact on the result of …UK News
Seoul to resume propaganda broadcasts into communist North Korea after United Nations investigators blame Pyongyang for planting landmines that maimed two soldiers from South
Military tensions along the heavily-fortified frontline on the Korean peninsula have soared as South Korea vowed to make the …United Nations
North Korea could produce 'military-size batches of anthrax' at pesticide factory, researcher claims
pA North Korean pesticide factory could be used to produce “military-size batches of anthrax”, a US researcher has claimed./pUK News
Physicists had theorised the existence of the pentaquark since the 1960s and now it has been discovered by the Large Hadron Collider
A new kind of particle, called the pentaquark, was discovered by scientists at the Large Hadron Collider yesterday.
Physicists had theorised the existence of the …Particle Accelerators
In the middle of January, Berlin history buffs and GDR junkies were suddenly abuzz with curious excitement about the re-opening of Erich Mielke's office.
Smack dab in the middle of a complex of grey and scary buildings so large they make your neck ache and your head spin, lies the desk, shredder, …
New HMRC powers to seize money from bank accounts flout principles of property ownership and the right to a fair trial, a respected barrister warns
George Osborne's decision to allow tax inspectors to raid people's personal bank accounts "flies in the face" of Magna Carta, Francis Hoar, a senior …Magna Carta
When Vladimir Putin spends time in the German capital, a detour to Fuggerstraße in the Schöneberg district of Berlin is a must. There are many restaurants, bars and cafés there, and rainbow flags fly in the wind.
It is home to the Café des Artistes, one of the Russian president’s favourite …
A father who was killed in an industrial shredder had to be identified by DNA on his toothbrush, and inquest has heard.
Karlis Pavasars, 55, was seen …
Postwar Greece never established welfare systems or open institutions - now it's paying the price
Why is Greece so different and why does the government of Alexis Tsipras send such mixed messages towards Europe? Many people believe that the origins of Greece’s problems lie in its four-century …Greece
Tyrant dictators can’t be too careful.
Now reports coming from North Korea suggest Kim Jong-un has ordered for every lettuce leaf he eats to be …
Syriza’s rabble rousers have woken up to reality – now it’s time for the British Left to do the same
The rock star revolutionaries of Greece spent months winding up their febrile population with uncompromising oratory, denunciation of their infamous creditors and bloodcurdling threats to the …Greece
More than 11,000 cases of so-called honour crime were recorded by UK police forces from 2010-14, new figures show.
The Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation, which obtained the data, called for a national strategy for police, courts and schools to follow.
The crimes are usually aimed at …Crime
Less than a week after they celebrated their rejection of a harsh austerity plan, many Greeks are struggling to understand why Alexis Tsipras is signing up to even deeper spending cuts
Less than a week after they triumphantly gave international creditors a bloody nose by rejecting a harsh austerity …Greece
Goldman Sachs faces the prospect of potential legal action from Greece over the complex financial deals in 2001 that many blame for its subsequent …
Best case scenario? The EU will undergo years of painful convulsions, precipitating a new treaty that imposes greater centralisation and restrictions on the fiscal independence of nation states
Whether Greece votes to back or reject austerity on Sunday, the euro in its current form is dead, and …Greece
• Researcher was part of secretive country's chemical weapons programme•
Fled North Korea with storage device carrying evidence of human testing•
Set to …
Mrs Mugabe is working closely with Mr Mugabe’s two deputies and says they take notes listening to her - is this the start of her push for power when her husband dies or retires?
President Robert Mugabe’s wife has “staked her claim” to power by presenting herself as a wise adviser to Zimbabwe’s …Robert Mugabe
Control over the supply of currency is one of the most important tools of economic stabilization that any country has. If used poorly, it can wreak …European Union
They say you have to be nearly 60 to have voted in the 1975 referendum. I voted in that referendum. I was 12. My mum had forgotten her glasses. We were a Labour household and as we left the polling station she said, ‘You did vote “in”, like Harold Wilson suggested?’ ‘No,’ I replied, ‘I’m with Tony …Coffee
The North Carolina chapter of the Ku Klux Klan will hold a rally at Charleston South Carolina’s Statehouse next month to protest efforts to remove …
Israeli Counter Terrorism Bureau Warned Against Travel To Tunisia In May, British Foreign Office Still Doesn't
The Israeli Counter-Terrorism Bureau (CTB), a wing of the Prime Minister’s National Security Council, was advising Israelis not to travel to Tunisia …
UK Immigration Minister James Brokenshire has said the "National Barrier Asset" will be deployed to the French end of the Eurotunnel to prevent illegal immigration. What is the "asset"?
The National Barrier Asset (NBA) is a collection of temporary security barriers established in 2004 to provide …UK Politics
North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un was all smiles as he posed next to a chocolate fountain in Pyongyang’s airport – having just had its creator …
• Originally it was thought the journey from one side of the Earth to the other - such as London to Antipodes Islands - would take 42 minutes•
Nigel Farage draws his support from financially struggling white people who have completely lost faith in the political system. They're anxious about the future, angry about inequality, and they will still be here after May 7
Ukip has achieved remarkable things. Last year, at the European Parliament …Nigel Farage
Last week Dominic Sellwood argued that archaeologists cannot be sure the skeleton in the Leicester car park really is Richard III. Professor Lin Foxhall from the University of Leicester says she is pretty certain they have the right man
Is Leicester Cathedral re-burying the right body this week? …Richard III
The grave of Cecil Rhodes in Zimbabwe could be dug up amid anti-colonial protests in South Africa
The grave of Cecil Rhodes in Zimbabwe could be dug up after anti-colonial protests.
Rhodes is buried at a site he chose, known as World's View, in the Matopos Hills, half-an-hour's drive south of …South Africa
Villa of Mysteries, which was destroyed in AD 79 by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Pompeii, is a Unesco World Heritage Site and its neglect left Italy at risk of losing EU funding
Italy unveiled the restored crown jewel of the ancient city of Pompeii on Friday, showing off a rare success story as …Italy
In the ninth and last exclusive extract from his new book, The Purple Revolution, the Ukip leader reveals his kinship with a leading member of the Republican Right
The by-election in Newark in June 2014 was triggered when Patrick Mercer, the Conservative MP, stood down after he was exposed for not …Nigel Farage
Ukip leader calls for electoral reform after research suggests the party could take between 10 and 15 per cent of votes at the election but win just half a dozen seats
Nigel Farage has called for the "bankrupt" first past the post electoral system to be scrapped after new research found the UK …Nigel Farage