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Egypt’s hidden prison: ‘disappeared’ face torture in Azouli military jail
Guardian interviews with former detainees reveal up to 400 Egyptians being held without judicial oversight amid wider crackdown on human rig
Dover benches designed to be uncomfortable, council bosses admit
Dover town council says it was hoped wave-shaped benches would deter extended sitting
Satellite images reveal Russian military buildup on Ukraine's border
Nato images show fighter planes, helicopters and troops which officials say could be ready to move in 12 hours
Inside the mummies' embalmed bodies – courtesy of a hospital CT scanner
The British Museum's next big exhibition reveals secrets that experts have been able only to guess at – until now
Britain will be best performing of largest economies in 2014, IMF predicts
International Monetary Fund concedes it was overly pessimistic last spring when it warned chancellor to ease austerity measures
Pakistani baby charged with attempted murder goes into hiding
Family of nine-month-old Musa Khan say they have been put under huge pressure by police to manipulate case
Fears of gas war as Ukraine refuses to pay increased prices set by Russi...
Dispute comes as tensions in eastern Ukraine remain high, with pro-Russian protesters storming government buildings
Russian ambassadors: 'next we'll take Catalonia, Venice, Scotland and Al...
Unauthenticated, expletive-laden recording of pair joking about which countries to annex after Crimea is leaked online
Metropolitan police operate target-driven culture of fear, say officers
Metropolitan Police Federation report claims quotas for arrests and stop and search are unrealistic and demoralising
Pollution levels fall across England and Wales after days of smog
Health officials still warn people to check local air quality before taking part in outdoor exercise
Pupils should stay indoors at lunch to avoid smog, says UK government ad...
Prof Frank Kelly says children should not be allowed to use playground in areas with severe pollution
Poorest homes face £120 council tax rise as safety net goes
More than 670,000 households in UK face increase in council tax from Tuesday, a survey of local authorities reveals
White House opens door to new rules to cut methane emissions
Administration to study magnitude of leaks from methane before deciding in autumn whether to propose new oil and gas controls
Reports of plane crashed into Atlantic turns out to be tugboat
Canary Islands emergency services set off flood of news alerts when they tweeted that a plane had ditched into sea
$397 billion fighter jet deployment may be delayed by software glitches
Full delivery of first F-35 "capability" may come a year late.
How California's juvenile salmon are migrating to the sea - in trucks
Salmon in California wanting to get downstream to the ocean have one major problem: a drought has dried up their river. But a fleet of lorri
Egypt prosecutor orders third mass trial for 919 islamists
Mass trials ordered despite human rights groups' criticism over earlier trial issuing death sentences against hundreds
Russian protester's sentence of indefinite psychiatric treatment upheld
Mikhail Kosenko was convicted in October on charges of rioting and assaulting a police officer at anti-Putin protest in 2012
The Castle Doctrine: in defence of 'the world’s premiere wife-killing si...
Jason Rohrer’s controversial indie game says if a man’s home is his castle, then prove it. But what does that process turn us into?