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Rock star to science, alpha female wolf falls to hunt

The “most famous wolf in the world”, beloved by many tourists and valued by scientists who tracked its movements, has been shot and killed outside the Yellowstone National Park’s boundaries in Wyoming....   | Read..
 

Cancer back, Chavez hints at end of rule

Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez returns to Cuba today for more surgery after a recurrence of cancer led him to name a successor for the first time in a sign the disea...   | Read..
 

Mursi retreats but vote remains a red rag

Egypt’s President has scrapped a decree that gave him extra powers and ignited violent protests, but irate opponents today said he had deepened the conflict by pressin...   | Read..
 

Tough job of being Hillary

You’re one of the most famous women on earth, and you’re jobless for the first time in decades. You’d like to make money, but you don’t want to rule ou...   | Read..
 
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