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Bare-chested Vladimir Putin plunges into icy lake in latest macho photo op

The Russian President shed a sheepskin coat and felt boots before taking a dip to mark the Christian Orthodox feast of Epiphany. Image: Vladimir Putin swam to mark the feast of Epiphany A...


USA

Royal Mail may struggle to offset falling letter revenues with parcel growth, says analyst

Royal Mail PLC (LON:RMG) has been able to offset declining letter revenues with growth in parcels but Liberum is not convinced this can be sustained as comparatives toughen. Liberum left its rating...


UK

Labour's candidates for general election target seats revealed

In the afterglow of a better-than-expected general election result in 2017, Labour immediately set its sights on the path to government. One of the party's first steps was to announce the ambition...


Politics

2018 Ferrari F1 car first details

Teams competing in the 2018 Formula 1 World Championship will start revealing their new race cars over the coming weeks. We won't see the cars in action however until pre-season testing gets...


Business

Meet the New Generation Leading Berlin’s Classical Scene

“Classical music is always under threat in Holland,” he said in an interview, referring to drastic cuts to the country’s cultural budget since 2011. “In this town,” he...


Sports

Huawei's latest attempt to enter U.S. worries lawmakers — but Canada doesn't share its concern

For the past decade, Chinese tech company Huawei has found no shortage of success in Canada. Its equipment is used in telecommunications infrastructure run by the country's major carriers, and some...


Entertainment

The Morning After: Friday, January 19th 2018

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Drone rescues, our warming planet and a $48,000 camera were part of yesterday's news highlights, but the big question of the day is whether or not a $70...


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