Papers consider next regulation move

Newspapers are considering their next move after the government published a royal charter aimed at underpinning self-regulation of the press.

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Webber tops Japan final practice

Red Bull’s Mark Webber beats Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton to set the pace in final practice at the Japanese Grand Prix.

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Obamas welcome courageous Malala at the White House

WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama, his wife Michelle and daughter Malia welcomed schoolgirl activist Malala Yousafzai to the Oval Office on Friday. On the day she was passed over for the Nobel Peace Prize, the Obamas hailed Malala, 16, for her “inspiring and passionate” work on behalf of girls in Pakistan. “The United States joins with the Pakistani people and so ...

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EU waters a cemetery, Malta warns

European waters close to Africa are turning into a cemetery, Malta’s prime minister warns, after another boat laden with migrants capsizes.

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ISAF mission in in Afghanistan unaffected by US govt shutdown: NATO

WASHINGTON DC: NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Thursday said that US’ contribution to the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) has not been affected in Afghanistan or any other NATO missions due to the partial government shutdown, US Department of Defense reported. He was speaking at his monthly news conference in Brussels. “So far we haven’t seen any negative impact ...

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New ideas for how Earth core formed

Experiments on samples of iron and rock held at immense pressures have led to new ideas of how Earth’s core formed.

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Curved soles ‘do not help back pain’

Shoes with curved unstable soles are no better than traditional trainers for reducing lower back pain, suggests a study from King’s College London.

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