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The world's unknown war cemeteries

War cemeteries such as this in Normandy, France, are visited by thousands of people each year

Rows of headstones in war cemeteries across France and Belgium are a well-known and touching legacy to the lives lost in the First World War.

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PM announces further £3m Gaza aid

A Palestinian man rests after receiving treatment for injuries caused by an Israeli strike at a UN school in the Jebaliya refugee camp (AP)

The Prime Minister announced an extra £3 million aid for Gaza today as he again called for an unconditional ceasefire to stop the conflict.

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EU 'must absorb sanctions impact'

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said the European Union must be prepared for any impact as a result of sanctions levelled on Russia

European countries must be prepared to absorb the impact of economic sanctions on Russia in order to encourage president Vladimir Putin's regime to behave "properly" in Ukraine, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has said.

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More than five a day 'no effect'

Generic shot of fruit.

Eating more portions of fruit and veg than the recommended "five a day" has no additional benefit on reducing a person's risk of death, researchers have suggested.

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Changeable weather on the way

Laurence Heads and his girlfriend Roxane Sanguineth cool off in the water fountains at Somerset House, London, during a spell of hot weather

Sun worshippers who have enjoyed the recent fine weather should be prepared for a change in conditions with a mixed period on the way.

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4 days ago

Clegg: Russia World Cup unthinkable

Nick Clegg said it was unthinkable at present that the 2018 World Cup could be held in Russia

Nick Clegg has joined calls for Russia to face the axe as hosts of the 2018 World Cup as part of t ougher sanctions over the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine.