Iranian politicians reconsider their prospects after polls

The surprise election to the Iranian presidency of a radical, Mahmud Ahmadinejad, has deprived Iranian reformers and some conservatives of institutional power and influence. They must now reconsider their future political plans, as splits may emerge in both factions.

Montoya absorbs pressure to win at Silverstone

Juan Pablo Montoya soaks up the pressure from championship leader Fernando Alonso to secure victory in the British Grand Prix...

Iraq suicide bombings kill 23, dozens wounded

Suicide bombers kill 23 and wound dozens more in attacks on an army recruiting centre and a police convoy in Iraq on Sunday...

Tour de France: Armstrong races solo

Lance Armstrong finds out what it feels like to race alone in the race's eighth stage on Saturday...

Building Walls, Breaking Barriers

As the Live 8 concerts, the G8 conference and the BBC’s “Africa Lives” series challenged the world to look again at Africa, Katie Cartwright rolled up her sleeves and pulled off her blinkers in one of Cape Town’s many impoverished townships.

Building Walls, Breaking Barriers

As the Live 8 concerts, the G8 conference and the BBC’s “Africa Lives” series challenged the world to look again at Africa, Katie Cartwright rolled up her sleeves and pulled off her blinkers in one of Cape Town’s many impoverished townships.

The Icelandic Phone Book

This is one of a series of short pieces about a foreigner's impressions of living in Iceland, that could be run as a regular column. The Icelandic word for foreigner is "útlendar" (literally outlander) hence the references to outlanders.

The Icelandic Phone Book

This is one of a series of short pieces about a foreigner's impressions of living in Iceland, that could be run as a regular column. The Icelandic word for foreigner is "útlendar" (literally outlander) hence the references to outlanders.

British Muslims fear rise of anti-Islam xenophobia

Now 9/11 captures the imagination of Hollywood

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