The Telegraph
Tuesday , February 18 , 2014
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Kim could face trial, says UN

A UN panel has served notice to Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, that he may be personally held liable in court for crimes against humanity committed by state institutions and officials under his direct control....   | Read..

Gravity wins six Baftas but sparks ‘British’ row

The American space adventure, Gravity, picked up six Baftas at a glittering ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London last night, but the organisers have been ta...   | Read..

Co-pilot hijacks his flight to Geneva

The plane’s second-in-command, who was not carrying a weapon, took control of the plane when the pilot left the cockpit to use the toilet. After landing, he left the ai...   | Read..

Keep European data in Europe: Merkel

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany has embraced proposals to create European data networks that would keep emails and other communications on the European side of the At...   | Read..

Obama complains of the pain of ageing

Like most Americans of a certain age, President Barack Obama is starting to complain about the aches and pains of getting older....   | Read..
British actress Naomie Harris at a fashion show in London on Monday. Harris has worked with actor Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worl ...  | Read
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