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More than 30 countries were represented in London's World Memory Championships this year
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London residents protest rising energy prices and record profits at 'Big Six' energy companies.
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Following pressure from UK prime minister, country says it will not allow investigation into alleged war crimes
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Elizabeth Black is the focus of a public TV documentary, as her son strives to make sure her story is known
British PM calls on government to complete independent probe of alleged abuses during decades-long conflict with rebels
Intelligence chiefs, questioned in parliament, insist that their work has been legal and proportionate
Local Florida leaders rejected the civil rights leader after he thanked Fidel Castro, Yaser Arafat and Moammar Ghadafi
Reverend Jesse Jackson speaks about the similiarities between Martin Luther King, Jr and Mandela Nelson