Developing countries rounded on the United States and its allies at emergency climate talks Sunday, accusing the world's richest nations of stalling a deal aimed at preventing runaway global warming.
Nations round on US, allies as UN climate talks wrap up
More details emerged about the UK’s government plans to overhaul ‘archaic’ divorce laws in England and Wales.
UK plans to overhaul 'archaic' divorce laws
The operation must be ruthless, thorough and silent. Without alerting the watchful enemy, a unit of highly trained Japanese agents will throw up a ring of steel to block any escape from the vast battleground.
Tokyo battles rats as iconic market shuts
Tens of thousands of prison officers in the UK have been ordered to walk out by their union amid concern by the chief inspector of prisons about dangerous failings at a number of jails.
Thousands of prison officers in UK to protest over 'unprecedented violence'
A quarter of a million families bringing up babies and infants in England are living in privately rented accommodation that fails to meet the decent homes standard, it has emerged.
Study reveals rise in children raised in squalid rental homes in England
Dadarao Bilhore smoothed the road surface, rested his shovel, looked to the sky and prayed for his son, one of thousands of Indians killed every year in accidents caused by potholes.
Indian man fills potholes out of love for dead son
A young man was charged with the murder of five people including three toddlers, Australian police said on Monday, after a mass killing at a suburban home.
Man charged with Australia family murders
The Australian state of Queensland on Saturday offered a A$100,000 ($71,500) reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for sabotaging strawberries with sewing needles.
Australian state offers $70,000 reward as strawberries sabotaged with needles

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