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The real reason dogs are better than cats. They are clever, versatile, pro-social – and tenacious in the extreme
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Hong Kong leader defends election after single opposition figure makes it to 1,500-strong committee. Carrie Lam rejects criticism over the lack of opposition figures in the election committee, saying ‘non-patriots’ may undermine Hong Kong
Angela Merkel, Germany’s first female chancellor, has been praised by many for her pragmatic leadership in a turbulent world and celebrated by some as a feminist icon
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TV tonight: Bake Off is back! . A dozen more baking hopefuls arrive in the tent. Plus: Never Mind the Buzzcocks returns. Here’s what to watch this evening
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Legal papers have been filed in New York
The duke would play a trick on his grandchildren and end up covering the ceiling with mustard, the royal family has said.
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The Taliban have announced a list of deputy ministers, failing to name any women, despite an international outcry when they presented their all-male Cabinet ministers earlier this month
Mount Etna in Sicily erupted once again today (September 21) spewing ash and lava hundreds of metres into the air. The volcano, which is one of the world's most active, has erupted more than 50 times this year.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday he will not speak with the French president at the United Nations this week even though French anger over cancellation of a $40 billion defence contract could threaten an Australian-EU trade deal. Australia last week scrapped a deal with France's Naval Group to build a fleet of conventional submarines and will instead build at least eight nuclear-powered submarines with U.S. and British technology after striking a trilateral security partnership with those two countries. The cancellation of the deal has angered France, which accused both Australia and the United States of stabbing it in the back, and it recalled its ambassadors from both Canberra and Washington.
Experts explain to how to incorporate gratitude practices in your daily life.