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Rolls-Royce cuts dividend by 50%

Aero engine giant Rolls-Royce cuts its dividend after a torrid year as profits come it at lower end of guidance range.
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Actress's partner arrested over murders

The partner of Sian Blake is arrested by UK police on suspicion of murdering the ex-EastEnders actress and her two sons.
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HK man's 'abduction breaches treaty'

The UK has called the apparent abduction of a bookseller from Hong Kong a "serious breach" of the treaty that paved the way for the city's return to China.
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NHS bosses speak out on doctors letter

Ten NHS chief executives whose names appeared on a letter recommending Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt impose contracts on junior doctors in England say they do not back the move.
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Kimunji emoji take on Kimoji emoji

Kim Kardashian's chart-topping Kimoji web icons are facing new competition from a set of emojis mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
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IMF boss Lagarde set for second term

International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde, the first woman to hold the position, has been nominated for a second term at the helm.
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Ceasefire in Syria agreed as John Kerry announces 'pause' in hostilities

World powers have agreed to a 'cessation of hostilities' in Syria, due to begin in a week's time, after a crisis meeting was held in Munich. 
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I'm not a tax expert, says HMRC chief executive Lin Homer

MPs reacted with incredulity when Dame Lin Homer (pictured), chief executive of HMRC for the past four years, said yesterday that she would not consider herself a ‘deep expert’ on tax.
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The Jump bosses bring back axed contestant James 'Arg' Argent after Linford Christie's exit

Breaking the news on Thursday via his Twitter account, the 28-year-old TOWIE star revealed he was 'returning' to the Channel 4 reality sports show - despite being eliminated at the weekend.
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Made In Chelsea's Tiffany Watson wears bandage LBD on date night with boyfriend Sam Thompson

The younger sister of long-standing cast-member Lucy Watson arrived at the Screen International x Newport Beach Film Festival photo call in London armed with sex appeal on Thursday.
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Trip Advisor and Amazon reviews probed by Competition and Markets Authority

Watchdogs are investigating whether websites such as Amazon and TripAdvisor are doing enough to weed out fake reviews and paid-for endorsements.
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Tories in riot threat over George Osborne's raid on pensions

The Treasury has been considering plans to axe pensions tax breaks designed to encourage saving worth around £34billion a year.
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Gransnet survey finds one in four over-50s couples no longer make love

Trust, kindness, friendship and a sense of humour were all seen as more important in a relationship than sex, a survey of over-50s found, but couples said imagination was important in the bedroom.
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Myleene Klass is the picture of elegance in navy blue lace detail pencil dress

As a woman of many talents she often lives up to her last name.
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Jess Impiazzi leads racy reality stars at very saucy Valentine's event

The reality stars put on one of their raciest shows yet as they displayed their curves in all their glory for a wild night out at Lady Nadia's Valentine Singles Event at Gilgamesh in London on Thursday.
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David Cameron risks drowning in EU's perfect storm 

Day by day, the EU is sailing deeper into a perfect storm. Consider...
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Google tried to spin and twist but were greasily corporate writes QUENTIN LETTS

Facing them were MPs outraged by the internet firm’s tax avoidance.
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TSE 100 falls to its lowest level in four years after index drops 2.4%

On a punishing and 'torrid' day following turmoil in the banking sector, the FTSE 100 index fell 2.4 per cent to 5536.97 – wiping £34.8billion off the value of Britain’s leading companies.
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Manchester United turned down by Inter defender Yuto Nagatomo who said he would rather work with Roberto Mancini 

Manchester United tried to sign Inter Milan full-back Yuto Nagatomo, but the Japanese defender turned them down to stay in Italy.
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Papers muse on black holes & disappearing docs

The prospect that the new contract for doctors in England could prompt thousands to work elsewhere is the key story for many papers, while others feel a gravitational pull towards coverage of black holes.
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My dad's estate agent could teach David Cameron about honesty, TOM UTLEY writes

When my parents decided to sell the house in which I was born, they went to the then fashionable estate agent Roy Brooks, who was famed in the Fifties and Sixties for his wit and merciless honesty.
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Julian Nagelsmann, 28, named Hoffenheim manager five months earlier than planned

Bundesliga's Hoffenheim have confirmed 28-year-old Julian Nagelsmann as their new boss. He had been due to take the role in July, with Huub Stevens tasked with keeping them up this season.
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TOWIE's Jess Wright dons a red dress at British Heart Foundation's fundraiser

Heading to The Savoy for the Roll Out The Red Ball, on Thursday, the 30-year-old TOWIE star ensured that all eyes were on her - and her ample assets - in her frame-flashing red garment.
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Life begins at 65: You've got 20 more years ahead of you  

Official figures published today reveal that life expectancy has risen to its highest ever level in England.
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Immigration Minister James Brokenshire's town snubs request to take Syrian refugees

David Cameron’s Immigration Minister James Brokenshire faced questions after it emerged that Syrian refugees have not been welcomed to his constituency of Old Bexley and Sidcup, in Kent.
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£50,000 spent on rent before buying a home

Rising rents and the need for larger deposits as house prices soar mean today’s first-time buyers will have paid an average of £52,900 to landlords while they were saving to buy.
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Little Mix show some skin during appearance on The Graham Norton show

The girl band stuck to their sartorial guns for their appearance on Friday night's The Graham Norton show - taking to the stage in a range of flesh-flashing outfits.
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Junior doctors' dispute - where now?

After weeks of uncertainty the junior doctors' row has moved to a new level this week. BBC health editor Hugh Pym assesses what happens now.
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How Dr Raj Mattu sacked for exposing needless deaths was smeared as sex attacker

Doctor Raj Mattu revealed he was smeared by NHS bosses and left with his career in ruins after he spoke publicly about dangerous overcrowding at Walsgrave Hospital in Coventry.
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Erasing Franco's memory one street at a time

Spanish cities renew a push to erase Franco-era street names
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Japanese shares plunge over global woes

Japan's markets trade sharply lower on Friday amid concerns over the global economy and a stronger yen against the dollar.
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Iraqi civilians win Supreme Court challenge to sue for damages

The claims relate to what has become known as the 'Iraqi Civilian Litigation' under which many hundreds of claims had been launched in the English High Court.
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Unions call for teachers to boycott literacy and numeracy tests for four-year-old pupils that make them cry and damage self-esteem 

NUT general secretary Christine Blower (pictured) has joined members in voicing her concerns over the affect the government's new 'baseline assessments' can have on young children.
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Pub chef scraps foie gras from Valentine's Day menu after staff received death threats

Award-winning Mark Dixon (pictured) received thousands of messages of hate after announcing the delicacy would be served at the Kings Arms in Fleggburgh, Norfolk, for Valentine's Day.
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Leicester City are now serious contenders for the Premier League title... but who's in the King Power bootroom?

Claudio Ranieri has turned Leicester City into title contenders, but the Italian has a team behind him who deserve massive credit, too. Sportsmail profiles the not-so-famous five in the Foxes bootroom.
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Adam Johnson is kicked out of football... surely there can be no way back for former England winger after Sunderland sacking?

CRAIG HOPE: For all his talent as a footballer, Sunderland decided that a sexual predator could no longer represent their proud football club. Adam Johnson was sacked on Thursday evening.
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Leicester can win the Premier League... I'm waiting for 'Godfather' Gary Lineker to undress if they do, jokes Louis van Gaal

The Foxes have played irresistible counter-attacking football to stun the upper echelons of the Premier League to sit five points clear at the top of the table with just 13 fixtures remaining.
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Sean O'Brien says Ireland can make it three Six Natoins in a row if they beat France

Sean O’Brien believes victory in Paris on Saturday will ignite Ireland’s quest to become the first country to win three Six Nations titles in a row.
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'Super polymer' plastic can lift 1,000 times its own weight

University of Rochester created a material that undergoes a shape change that can be triggered by body heat alone and can pick up objects 1,000 times its weight.
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Abandon ‘Project Fear’, In campaign urged: Cabinet minister Chris Grayling condemns ‘fear’ tactics used by those campaigning to keep Britain in the EU

Eurosceptic Cabinet minister Chris Grayling has condemned the 'fear' tactics used by those campaigning to keep Britain in the EU, saying voters wanted a 'measured debate, based on facts'.
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Star Wars' complexity revealed in a computer analysis

Researchers at EPFL combined web pages, math and algorithms to show what Star Wars' expanded universe looks like. The found a total of 21,647 characters over the 36,000 years of story line.
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Celtic boss Ronny Deila admits struggles at Parkhead make him feel like a 'criminal'

MARK WILSON: Ronny Deila admits feeling like a 'criminal' in the aftermath of the setbacks he has suffered at Celtic. The Parkhead boss has endured a grim fortnight.
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Mexicans hope papal visit brings change

Many Mexicans hope Pope Francis will help lift the deep despair they feel over violence and corruption, when he visits, as Katy Watson reports.
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Trelissac 0-2 Marseille: Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher scores on his full debut as Ligue 1 side avoid cup upset on their travels

Steven Fletcher scored a late goal and made another as Marseille overcame amateur side Trelissac to secure a place in the quarter-finals of the French Cup.
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Manchester United owners and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward disappointed with performance under Louis van Gaal

Louis van Gaal admits that Manchester United’s owners and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward are ‘disappointed’ with the club’s performance this season.
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Captaining Leeds ranks alongside winning the Grand Final, says hooker Rob Burrows 

Rob Burrow says leading Leeds out against Australian champions North Queensland Cowboys will rank alongside winning the Grand Final.
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Now every firm with more than 250 staff must put gender pay gap data online

Women and equalities minister Nicky Morgan said the move would encourage firms to reward all their staff equally. The first tables will appear on companies' websites in the year 2018.
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VIDEO: Mother to internet: stop humiliating my child

A mother fights those humiliating her child in a meme
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'Back door' council tax rises exposed

English parish councils have doubled their share of the council tax in some areas, prompting warnings they may be subject to the same referendum rules as larger authorities.
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What was Kissing Friday?

What was the tradition of Kissing Friday?
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Gay jihadis, human rights and an ISIS cell in Cirencester... what the hell is going on here, asks RICHARD LITTLEJOHN 

In 2014, Aseel Muthana, a 17-year-old from Cardiff, decided to travel to Syria to team up with his 21-year-old brother Nasser, a former medical student, RICHARD LITTLEJOHN writes.
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Glenda Jackson to play Shakespeare's King Lear at the Old Vic

EXCLUSIVE: The double Oscar-winner will take to the boards of the Old Vic theatre in October, and said she was excited to be tackling the Bard’s most challenging work.
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Wales beware of 'budgie smuggler' Stuart Hogg in Six Nations clash with Scotland

MIKE PHILLIPS: It was the final day of the 2013 Lions tour and we’d had quite a big night out to celebrate the Wales-inspired victory over Australia. Stuart wasn’t looking his best that morning!
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Gravitational waves: Numbers don't do them justice

How significant is the detection of gravitational waves?
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As Jeremy Hunt imposes new contracts, 200 a week are applying for life abroad 

There has been a dramatic surge in numbers of junior doctors seeking certificates to practise abroad, as Jeremy Hunt forced through his controversial new contract yesterday.
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Is Germany dragging down the eurozone?

Is Germany dragging down the eurozone? To understand why some see Germany as a problem we must start with the countries hit hardest by the financial crisis, says Andrew Walker.
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Adam Johnson timeline: After Sunderland sack winger, Sportsmail takes a look at former England international's career

Adam Johnson has been sacked by Sunderland after he admitted a charge of grooming and one of sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl. Here, Sportsmail takes a look at a timeline of his career.
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Record year for river fish releases

Almost two million captive-bred fish and larvae were released in 2015 to boost populations in England's rivers, says the Environment Agency.
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Ninety pianos auctioned in Edinburgh

One of the largest collections of pianos in Scotland is going under the hammer in Edinburgh after a piano supplier decided to retire.
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Andrew Blades shouldn't have been prosecuted for trying to stop me, says biker yob

Acting Sergeant Andrew Blades, who used his police car to try to stop a speeding illegal motorcycle in Burnley, Lancashire, should never have been prosecuted, rider Daniel Aston said.
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Microsoft's Fetch! app can tell you what breed of dog you resemble from a picture

Fetch! is a combination of machine learning and expert data about dog breeds. Built by Microsoft it allows users to upload an image and the app will match a dog breed that looks most like their face.
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First-time buyers' £50,000 rent bill

First-time buyers who purchase a house this year will have already spent £52,900 on rent, research for a landlords' trade body suggests.
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David Cameron’s EU referendum deal has been 'watered down' by Brussels

David Cameron’s draft agreement with Brussels had already been condemned as ‘feeble’ by backbenchers but has now been watered down even further, according to leaked documents.
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Quiz of the week's news

Who got an unexpected boost from Beyonce this week?
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Why did the half-plane, half-helicopter not work?

Why has mass helicopter transport never taken off?
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Wall writings on Apollo 11 revealed

Uncovering the markings on Apollo 11
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Barcelona striker Lionel Messi plays down rumours he splashed out £25m on a Ferrari

Lionel Messi has taken to Instagram to poke fun at rumours he forked out more than £25million on a classic Ferrari. Earlier this week it was claimed he bought a 1957 Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti.
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Tilda Swinton: Making a silent Splash

Tilda Swinton on speechless Splash role
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How The Beatles still grip Liverpool

Why The Beatles still grip Liverpool
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Chelsea miss out on Ezequiel Lavezzi as Argentine signs £23.5m two-year deal with Chinese side Hebei Fortune  

Chelsea target Ezequiel Lavezzi has agreed a two year salary with Chinese Super League side Hebei Fortune worth £23.5million after tax.
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South Sudan president reappoints rival

South Sudan President Salva Kiir reappoints rival Riek Machar to the government as part of a peace deal aimed at ending the country's civil conflict.
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Liverpool supporters' walk-out has already put the brake on ticket hikes... the price of this fat-cat cynicism is likely to be a heavy one

JEFF POWELL: The great Anfield walk-out last weekend is already putting the brake on some leading clubs , just as they were planning yet another greedy round of hikes in admission prices.
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Remote-controlled Terrier uses blades to clear mines and dig trenches

The vehicle is produced by London-based BAE Systems. Soldiers have nicknamed the bulldozer, crane, mine clearer and armoured vehicle the ‘swiss army knife’ because frontline versatility.
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Adam Johnson sacked: Here are the other players who were axed by English clubs for serious criminal offences

Adam Johnson was dismissed by Sunderland on Thursday after he pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child under 16 years this week.
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BELGRADE, SERBIA - FEBRUARY 11:  Novak Djokovic waves to the audience during the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Basketball Top 16 Round 7 game between Crvena Zvezda Telekom Belgrade v Cedevita Zagreb at Pionir on February 11, 2016 in Belgrade, Serbia.  (Photo by Marko Metlas/EB via Getty Images)

Novak Djokovic cheers on his Belgrade basketball team on rapturous Serbia return

On Thursday, tennis maestro Novak Djokovic was pictured cheering on Crvena Zvezda Red Star from the stands in their Euroleague match against BC Cedevita Zagreb at Belgrade's Pionir Hall.
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Firms forced to reveal gender pay gap

Companies that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables.
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Life expectancy high at older ages

People in England are living longer than ever before in older age, a report from Public Health England says.
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Kids Co boss denies 'mesmerising' PM

Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh denies "mesmerising" David Cameron and senior politicians to gain millions in public funding.
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Reception tests 'disrupt school starts'

Research for a teaching union suggests new tests in England for four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt children's start to school.
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'Lack of interest' in rail franchises

Taxpayers could end up out of pocket because not enough companies want to bid to run rail franchises in England and Wales, a group of MPs warn.
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World powers agree Syria ceasefire plan

Major powers agree to seek a "cessation of hostilities" in Syria to begin in a week's time, as well as swift delivery of aid to besieged areas.
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Louis van Gaal says he cannot imagine his 'friend' Jose Mourinho has spoken to Ed Woodward about Manchester United job

Louis van Gaal insists he 'cannot imagine' that Ed Woodward has spoken to Jose Mourinho about the Portuguese manager succeeding him at Old Trafford.
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Clarifications and corrections 

A diary item on February 3 suggested that Alan Yentob had misled Sir Terry Wogan by persuading him to continue with his BBC1 chat show.
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IN PHOTO: This photograph shows a ground-nesting wasp (Cerceris arenaria) approaching her nest.

When ground-nesting wasps leave their nests each day, they turn back toward home before flying along a series of ever-increasing arcs. While the insects gain height and distance, their attention remains focused on the nest. By reconstructing what wasps see during these learning flights, researchers reporting in the Cell Press journal Current Biology on February 11 say that they have new insight into how the insects find their way home.

"Our findings tell us how wonderfully autonomous, flexible, and robust wasps are with their ability to know places in the world and shuttle back and forth between them," says Jochen Zeil of The Australian National University in Canberra. "They share this fundamentally important skill with most animals on earth."

Earlier studies had shown that the arcs wasps travel in learning flights follow a remarkably precise pattern. They also knew that wasps make very

Video shows what a wasp sees and how they never get lost

Researchers found when ground-nesting wasps leave their nests each day, they turn back toward home before flying along a series of ever-increasing arcs.
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Insurance firms offering protection to military commanders against future claims

Insurance firms are offering protection to military commanders against future battlefield claims, as senior officers fear they may be liable for claims under human rights and safety legislation.
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Michael Fallon says our ships in the Med will take migrants BACK to Turkey

Migrants will be scooped up by Nato warships in the Aegean Sea and taken back to Turkey, Michael Fallon said last night In a dramatic escalation of the response to the crisis.
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VIDEO: Spearing giants in 'ocean's Jurassic Park'

Spear-fishing expert Colin Chester explains the appeal of fishing off Ascension Island.
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Salford 44-10 St Helens: Robert Lui stars as Red Devils finally get the better of Saints

Salford turned the tables on St Helens in sensational fashion with a sparkling 44-10 victory to end a run of 11 successive defeats to Saints. Robert Lui scored two of the Red Devils' eight tries.
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VIDEO: Why Pope and Patriarch meeting matters

As the leaders of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches meet for the first time in 1,000 years, Sarah Rainsford assesses what it means to followers of both in Moscow.
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ISIS judges chop off hand of accused thief in Raqqa, Syria

ISIS published the photos, which all have identical captions in Arabic, show the man surrounded by up to 50 men and boys as his right hand is chopped off with a meat cleaver.
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Indian woman slices off her brother-in-law’s genitals ‘as he raped her'

The mother-of-three stunned police officers in the Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh, India, when she walked into the station with her children and clutching the severed organ, handing it in as evidence.
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Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho could renew rivalry in pre-season as United and City prepare for Manchester derby in China

The phoney derby, which could take place in Beijing or Shanghai on July 29 or 30, will be one of Guardiola’s first games in charge of City after he arrives from Bayern Munich in the summer.
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Jurgen Klopp says Premier League is hard despite extra money, as he calls on Liverpool to be patient for success 

Liverpool manager Klopp insists patience is required for his rebuilding job at Anfield as the millions coming into the club from the new television deal next season will make little difference.
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The making of England captain Dylan Hartley ahead of Six Nations clash with Italy

As Dylan Hartley prepares to lead England in their Six Nations clash against Italy in Rome on Sunday, Sportsmail hears from some of the men who have been major influences on his career.
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Game Of Thrones season six photos confirm who survived and who didn't

Turns out you can survive an 80ft drop in the north of Westeros... but not poison from the south. However Kit Harington's Jon Snow was not among the 23 images, as his fate remains unknown.
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Clinton and Sanders clash over Obama

Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clash over their support for the president in their first debate since the New Hampshire primary.
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PETERBOROUGH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 10:  Darren Fletcher of West Bromwich Albion misses his penalty during the penalty shootout in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay match between Peterborough United and West Bromwich Albion at ABAX Stadium on February 10, 2016 in Peterborough, England.  (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Darren Fletcher staying positive ahead of Everton Premier League clash despite West Bromwich Albion's recent struggles

West Bromwich Albion captain Darren Fletcher refused to entertain talk of a relegation scrap despite the Baggies' declining form. Albion have won just five of their last 19 games in all competitions.
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Twelve children killed in attacks by rabid VAMPIRE BATS in Peru

At least twelve children have died from rabies after being attacked by blood-sucking bats in the Peruvian jungle - but locals first blamed it on witchcraft.
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Diabetes drug found to help beat cocaine addiction

Scientists from University of Pennsylvania discovered that Byetta, a diabetes drug that targets a hormone dealing with food consumption, can also decrease an addict's desire for cocaine.