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The University of Cambridge has rejected a freedom of information request from WikiTribune related to an internal dispute over the work of the academic who is a key character...
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Prince Charles warned that malaria eradication is not a cause that can be picked up or dropped periodically
Russian investigative journalist Maksim Borodin has died after falling from the balcony of his flat in Yekaterinburg.
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Former UK women's minister Jo Swinson discusses pay inequality as larger firms start to reveal gender pay gap data