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Labour 'will get grip on anti-Semitism'

Labour deputy leader Tom Watson vows to "get a grip" on anti-Semitism after the suspension of Ken Livingstone over comments about Hitler.
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Yates not suspended despite failed test

British cyclist Simon Yates is not being provisionally suspended despite failing an in-competition drugs test.
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Kenyan call to stamp out ivory trade

President Kenyatta of Kenya urges action to end Africa's illegal trade in ivory as he prepares to host a summit on saving elephants from extinction.
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Williams out of Madrid Open with flu

World number one Serena Williams withdraws from the Madrid Open with illness, with Agnieszka Radwanska becoming top seed.
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'Sleepless slugs' on rise, say experts

Last year's wet summer, followed by one of the warmest winters on record, has helped to create a generation of sleepless slugs, wildlife experts have warned.
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Rosberg top as aeroscreen is tested

Nico Rosberg outpaces Lewis Hamilton to head first practice at the Russian GP, as Red Bull run the 'aeroscreen' cockpit protection.

Protesters take to streets after Trump rally in California

Scores of protesters took to the streets Thursday night outside a Donald Trump campaign event in Costa Mesa, California, drawing out police officers in riot and tactical gear and on horseback who sought to disperse the crowd.
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VIDEO: Meet the decoys protecting tiny seabirds

Conservationists have come up with a novel solution, using fake versions of the Little Tern, to try to attract the real ones to find suitable nesting spots.
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Lizards share sleep patterns with humans

Scientists say sleep patterns previously thought exclusive to mammals and birds are also found in lizards.
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Brussels attacks slow IAG's growth plans

Airline group IAG, the owner of British Airways and Iberia, says it will slow plans to fly more routes as a result of weaker revenues following the Brussels attacks.