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  Greek PM: default would lead to 'uncontrolled chaos'

Country's plans to avert bankruptcy in chaos as politicians, police and protesters oppose austerity measures.

Focus on the Green Economy

Bichon Frise puppies run in snow at Sinnington, North Yorkshire

Snow in Britain

Winter weather: snow blankets parts of Britain again.
German soldiers found in tunnel

'World War One Pompeii'

German soldiers found entombed in a preserved World War One shelter.
World Press Photo of the Year 2011

World Press Photo 2011

The winners of the World Press Photo of the Year 2011 contest.
More Telegraph readers' photos of the snow and icy weather in Britain

Britain or Siberia?

Telegraph readers' photos of the snow and icy weather in Britain.

Mysterious 'she’ who troubled Princess Diana before her marriage

She was referred to by Diana, the Princess of Wales as the “third person” in her marriage to the Prince of Wales.

Britain’s Got Talent stars in GCSE English

Simon Cowell's television talent show Britain’s Got Talent has been added to the GCSE English syllabus by the examination board Edexcel.

Get a move on, silver surfers

Your country needs you to go back to work, says Judith Woods.

High Court council prayers ruling 'an attack on centuries-old Christian traditions'

Bishops and MPs last night attacked a landmark ruling banning local councils from saying prayers during meetings as an assault on Britain’s Christian heritage.

George Carey: Christians have rights too

Former Arch Bishop of Canterbury warns of 'deep forces at work in Western society' after High Court ruling bans council prayers.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z show off baby Blue Ivy Carter

Singer Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z have revealed the first pictures of their baby daughter Blue Ivy Carter in a set of intimate family shots.

 
Within a few miles of the hellfire being poured on to the rebellious suburbs of Homs by an enraged dictator, people can walk the streets hurling venom at him, smuggle arms to the rebel army, and take on his forces and win.

Rebels defy Assad with slice of a free Syria

Richard Spencer reports from the buffer zone outside Homs, where a festival mood is punctured by mortars and sniper fire.

US Election 2012: Newt Gingrich calls on Callista to burnish his tarnished image

Newt Gingrich's wife Callista introduced him as a keen golfer and reader to a conservative conference on Friday, as his campaign made a last-ditch effort to soften his image by bringing her to the fore.

Falkands are Britain's 'last refuge of declining empire' claim

Argentina has claimed Britain is treating the Falkland Islands as the "last refuge of declining empire" as it urged the United Nations to stop the "militarisation" of the area.
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