Malala: ‘Mum tells untidy’ Whilst studying at Oxford, the Nobel Peace Prize winner has simply created a book called “We Are Displaced”.
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Boulter wins thriller Watson & Dart Britain’s Katie Boulter reaches the Australian Open 2nd round with a thrilling victory but Heather Watson and Harriet Dart suffer heavy defeats.
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Europe weather: Two rescuers avalanche trigger explosion skiers killed Search for fourth skier called away from because of to risk of further avalanches, as rescue workers across Europe battle to clear roads and restore power
The spends nights London Carol says she feels lonely staying at home so instead she spends every night on public transport.
Edgar Hilsenrath: Novelist Holocaust survivor turned tragic comic In humour the German writer found a platform to make sense of the experiences he endured as a child and relay them to the world
Jack Shepherd: Can fugitive forever? Jack Shepherd has been on the operate for six months – exactly what does an international manhunt involve?
The European cobbled Jewish gravestones Each yr millions of visitors walk through the cobbled streets of Prague’s Old Town. Few understand exactly what lies beneath their particular particular feet.
Scrap abolish visas skilled migrants, ministers told Think tank proposes ‘two lane’ visa system in which free movement with some countries is maintained