Russia's curbs on Western food imports in retaliation for sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine not only forced Moscow restaurateurs to use local ingredients but triggered a renaissance in Russian cuisine, writes Shaun Walker
A move to turn the impoverished Indian Ocean port of Gwadar into a major node of world commerce threatens a population already struggling with a violent insurgency and lack of water, write Jon Boone and Kiyya Baloch
Snowden was asked if he would vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump but declined to comment.
Almost 1,200 children, aged between five and 12, in the US, Canada, China, Jordan, Turkey and South Africa, participated in the study.
The artist gave the work, an illustration for a book project that never came to pass, to Sonia Brownell, George Orwell's wife
The latest Assassin's Creed is little fun despite its beautifully rendered setting
Saturday's discovery is not the first time teeth have been found in food in the detention centre, follows a mass outbreak of food poisoning affecting up to 100 people at the detention centre on Friday
The acclaimed imaginative writer presents a motley crew of fairy tales, folk tales, spine-tinglers, free verse and fan fiction in his new collection