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post 26 May 2015
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Long term debt deal could break Greek logjam

Running short of cash to pay public sector salaries, pensions and debt obligations, Greece's Syriza has laid out what it will and will not negotiate with its creditors, but will it be enough?

article 26 May 2015
News
Intel fears as jihadis flock to encrypted apps like Surespot

ISIS militants and supporters are flocking to encrypted messaging apps, posing a challenge to security services, who say they are losing the ability to intercept data from terror suspects.

article 26 May 2015 UK, Romania
News
Paraic O'Brien by At home with the 'king of the Roma gypsies'

Dorin Cioaba became king of the gypsies when his father died two years ago. Paraic OBrien meets the man who says Roma involved in crime in the UK should be deported.

article 26 May 2015 UK, Greece
Pablo Iglesias (Getty)
Europe's anti-austerity movements: from Podemos to the SNP

The surge in support for the radical left Podemos party in Spain's regional elections is the latest manifestation of a spectre haunting Europe: the rise of the anti-austerity movement.

post 26 May 2015
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Tampons should not be taxed. Period.

Australia appears to be leading the way in abolishing the so-called "tampon tax" - so why does the UK taxman still class "sanitary products" as "luxuries"?

article 26 May 2015 UK
News
Taxi drivers hold protest, claiming business is being eroded

Streets in London were choked with black cabs as drivers protested over claims that the authorities are allowing some minicabs and taxi firms to operate illegally.

article 26 May 2015 UK
News
What to expect from the Queen's Speech

The Queen's Speech on 27 May will set out the government's legislative plans. It is the first under a Conservative majority Government for 18 years - so what should we expect?

article 26 May 2015 World, Malaysia
News
Malaysia graves: grim secrets of trafficking camps revealed

Channel 4 News along with photo-journalist Raul Gallego Abellan travel deep into the jungle to the Malaysian trafficking camps after mass graves were uncovered along the border.

article 26 May 2015 World, Syria
Palmyra still from Islamic State video
Islamic State releases video from inside ancient Palmyra

The Islamic State group releases the first footage from inside the ancient city of Palmyra after capturing the World Heritage site a week ago.

article 26 May 2015 UK
News
Snowden leaks: undermining security or defending privacy?

The whistleblower Edward Snowden is defended by a privacy watchdog as a new report claims his "reckless" actions caused "serious damage" to counter terrorism.

post 26 May 2015
Read more on Liam's blog A stronger El Nino: what does this mean for global weather?

The latest predictions from climate models suggest that a moderate to strong El Nino is on the cards in the coming months. But what could this mean for global weather?

article 26 May 2015 UK
David Cameron and Angela Merkel (Getty)
EU renegotiation: what does Britain want?

David Cameron says Britain is "not happy with the status quo" in the EU, so what changes is he seeking as he prepares for a referendum?

article 26 May 2015
News
Who should be the new face of the 20 note?

British art lovers want the image of L.S. Lowry, the artist who recorded everyday life in the industrial North East with paintings of iconic 'matchstick men', on the new 20 note

article 26 May 2015 UK
News
Malcom Bruce: Alistair Carmichael should not resign

Alistair Carmichael, the former Scottish Secretary, should not resign as an MP for lying about a leaked memo because many politicians are guilty of telling a "brazen lie", Sir Malcom Bruce has said.

article 26 May 2015 UK
News
Anger over 'skin whitening' products on sale at London event

A leading exhibition promoting Afro-hair and beauty has again drawn criticism after granting access to an exhibitor actively selling "bleaching scrub soap" to whiten black skin.

article 26 May 2015 Business
Sir Jonathan Ive, Apple's new chief design officer
Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive promoted to top design job

British technology guru Sir Jonathan Ive, a driving force behind many of Apple's biggest selling products, is promoted to the company's chief design officer.

article 26 May 2015 World, United States
Tornado aftermath in Ciudad Acuna, northern Mexico (Getty Images)
Deadly tornado hits Mexico as storms batter Texas

At least 13 people died when a freak tornado hit the northern Mexican city of Ciudad Acuna, while in the southern United States 12 people were listed as missing in Texas after heavy storms and floods.

article 26 May 2015 Science
Rush hour traffic in Birmingham (Getty Images)
Traffic noise 'could raise obesity risk'

Living next to a busy road could increase the risk of obesity, according to research into the effects of noise pollution on waistlines.

article 25 May 2015 UK
Jed Allen
Didcot murders: police find suspect's body

Police hunting Jed Allen, a man suspected of stabbing to death his six-year-old sister, their mother and her partner, say his body has been found in a wooded area in Oxford.

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Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani calls for action to remove Islamic State militants from Iraq.

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