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Nato chief: defence cuts a concern

Britain's defence cuts are a "matter of concern", Nato Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has said. Mr Rasmussen made the comments as he insisted he...

Hague slams 'unfair' Burma election

Foreign Secretary William Hague has condemned the "flawed elections" which have taken place in Burma. Voters in the south-east Asian country went to the polls...

Thousands march to support RAF base

Thousands of people have turned out to march in support of a closure-threatened RAF base. A high-profile campaign was launched to save RAF Lossiemouth in...

Unpaid labour for 'workshy' slammed

Government plans to force the long-term unemployed to do unpaid manual labour have come under fire from Labour, unions, charities and the Archbishop of...

Poland raises huge Jesus statue

A gigantic statue of Jesus that Poles claim is the world's largest has risen majestically above a small town, as the grandiose dream of...

Marchers want transgender rights

Thousands have marched in Argentina's Gay Pride parade, celebrating the country's status as the first in Latin America to legalise same-sex marriage and vowing...

Sleeping apart 'rekindles romance' Sleeping apart 'rekindles romance'

Sleeping apart, rather than together, may be the key to securing sweet dreams that are otherwise rudely interrupted by a mate's restless limbs, snoring,...

Spanish gays in Pope 'kiss' protest

About 200 people have staged a gay "kiss-in" as Pope Benedict XVI drove by to protest his visit to Spain and his policies on...

Goodies classic 'to help gibbons'

The Goodies' classic ode to the ape The Funky Gibbon is to be relaunched to raise cash to help protect the primate. Comedians Bill Oddie,...

First openly gay bishop to retire

The first openly gay Episcopal bishop said he will retire in 2013, due in part to the "constant strain" on him and his family...

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