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Alexander Litvinenko died in 2006 after drinking tea laced with the radioactive isotope polonium-210
British PM David Cameron pledges $2.4 million to end female genital mutilation
Climate change is thought to be churning rougher seas, causing mass seabird deaths earlier this year
The ACLU, Liberty and other NGOs took Britain's spy agencies to court in front of a special tribunal in London
British man and American wife accused of illegally buying information on ex-GSK manager, company bribery
Cameron said that without the emergency law, it would be harder to defend against pedophiles, gangsters and terrorists.
British scientists hope to develop blood test predicting dementia earlier, identifying patients for clinical trials
Andy Coulson was convicted last week of conspiracy to intercept voice mails on cellphones for Murdoch-owned UK tabloid
Britain's Information Commissioner's Office says it wants more info about the controversial experiment on 700,000 users
Researchers at Duke University use stem cells harvested from cord blood banked at birth to help treat diseases