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article 01 February 2015 World, Egypt
Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste freed by Egypt
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Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, imprisoned in Egypt 400 days ago on charges that included aiding a terrorist group, is deported to his native Australia today.

article 01 February 2015 World, Jordan
Japan mourns Kenji Goto as Jordan vows to free pilot
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Jordan says it is still ready to do a prisoner swap with IS militants for its captured pilot, even after a video was released purporting to show the killing of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto.

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Mosque open days to ease 'tensions around terrorism' - video

Dozens of mosques throw open their doors to the public today - offering tea and an insight into how they are run in a bid to ease tensions.

article 01 February 2015 UK, Australia
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Jordan Jarrett-Bryan by Murray has the ability but must win the mental battle

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic are without doubt not only two of the best tennis players in the world but athletes. The skill and technique the world was invited to watch today was phenomenal.

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Have Gove's education measures been 'watered down?' - video

Cathy Newman tests education minister Nick Gibb on his numeracy, after Nicky Morgan proposed new measures for schoolchildren. He denies that plans for more rigorous testing have been "watered down".

video 01 February 2015 World, Italy

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Venice flooded ahead of carnival - video

High waters washed over canal walls and flooded St Mark's square in Venice ahead of the first full day of the Venice carnival on Sunday.

article 01 February 2015 World, Nigeria
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Boko Haram launch new assault on Nigerian city

Fighters from the Islamist group Boko Haram launch a second attack on the Borno state capital of Maiduguri.

article 01 February 2015 World, Ukraine
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Ukraine death toll mounts after peace talks collapse

At least seven civilians and 13 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in fighting in the past 24 hours, Kiev authorities say, reporting widespread clashes with Russian-backed separatists.

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Thousands return to march for democracy in Hong Kong - video

Around 10,000 people march through Hong Kong demanding full democracy, the first large-scale protest since activists occupied parts of the city for three months late last year.

article 01 February 2015 World, Australia
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Djokovic beats Murray to claim fifth Australian Open title

Novak Djokovic beats British number one Andy Murray in the Australian Open final by three sets to one, becoming only the second man to win five titles.

article 31 January 2015 World, China
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Sisters in arms: protest and punishment in China

A traumatic tale from China of two sisters who have spent years trying to petition the authorities about the lack of job opportunities - and faced persecution as a result.

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Labour divided on NHS reform - video

A pledge by shadow health secretary Andy Burnham to roll back privatisation gets a mauling from some Labour figures - he says he disagrees "profoundly" with former Health Secretary Alan Milburn.

article 31 January 2015 World, Spain
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Thousands join left-wing Podemos rally in Spain

Tens of thousands of protesters march through the streets of Madrid in a show of strength by Spain's fledgling radical leftist party Podemos, which hopes to emulate Syriza's rise to power in Greece.

article 31 January 2015 UK
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Campaign to pardon gay men goes on without William and Kate

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stay out of a campaign to gain pardons for tens of thousands of men convicted of being gay, led by Alan Turing actor Benedict Cumberbatch.

article 31 January 2015 UK, Sierra Leone
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British health worker returned to UK for Ebola monitoring

A British military healthcare worker is returned to England for Ebola monitoring following a needle injury after treating a patient in Sierra Leone.

article 31 January 2015 UK, Israel
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British Army unveils 'Twitter troops' for social media fight

The British Army is to create a new unit for psychological and social media warfare to help Britain "fight in the information age" and control the "narrative" of warfare.

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Read more from Paul Mason on his blog As Greece gives its marching orders to the Troika - five reactions

Greece's new Syriza-run government re-writes the timetable for dealing with its huge debts, saying to Europe's money men: "go ahead punk - make my day".

post 30 January 2015
Read more from Jon on Snowblog As Churchill's coffin passed, I cried and tried to hide my tears

On a cold January day in 1965, I joined the crowds in Oxford as Churchill's funeral train passed. Though we never exchanged a word, we were drawn together in one signal act of gratitude.

article 30 January 2015 UK
On the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, the reputation of the
by Sir Winston Churchill: a great - but flawed - Briton

On the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, the reputation of the "greatest Briton" is once again being debated. What were his successes and failures?

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