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In emotional address to Obama, student comes out as ‘non-binary’

Non-binary is a term used by people who don’t identify exclusively as either male or female.

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Barack Obama arrives in UK with royal lunch, Brexit on the menu

Obama, along with First Lady Michelle Obama, will pay tribute to the queen, who turned 90 yesterday

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From Golconda to London, the journey of Kohinoor diamond

Legend has it that it was Nadir Shah who gave the diamond its current name, ‘koh-i-noor’, which in Persian means mountain of light.

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Hyderabad man died in train accident: UK police

British Transport Police said it is not treating the death as suspicious and it does not believe a third party was involved.

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The sun sets as smoke and steam rises from the Tata steel plant in Port Talbot, Wales, Wednesday March 30, 2016, after the steel giant confirmed plans to sell its UK assets. After a meeting at the company's headquarters in Mumbai, India, Tata Steel said Wednesday it is seeking a buyer for its UK steel making plants, an announcement which shocked steel workers, industry unions, and the British government who have appealed for time to save the country's biggest steel maker. (Andrew Matthews  / PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES

UK launches criminal inquiry into Tata Steel: report

The Serious Fraud Office inquiry is understood to centre around certificates that are produced to verify the composition of steel.

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Drunk British man tries to open flight emergency door

The easyJet flight travelling from Marrakech to London was forced to land in Bordeaux after a drunk British passenger opened an emergency exit.

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Tareena Shakil is seen after her arrest, in this undated booking picture courtesy of West Midlands Police. The British mother who took her 14-month-old son to Syria to join Islamic State fighters and allowed him to be photographed wearing a balaclava next to an assault rifle, was jailed for six years on February 1, 2016. Tareena Shakil, 26, left Britain in October 2014 and journeyed to the militant group's stronghold of Raqqa with the toddler, despite describing the Syrian city as the most dangerous place on earth, Birmingham Crown Court was told.   REUTERS/West Midlands Police/Handout via Reuters     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY         ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS.

British woman who took baby to join ISIS jailed for 6 years

Tareena Shakil, 26, told her family she was leaving for a holiday in Turkey in October 2014 but instead travelled to the city of Raqqa, the de facto capital of ISIS in northern Syria, Birmingham Crown Court was told this week.

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ISIS warns UK of attack more severe than Paris assaults

In the latest edition of its Arabic newspaper ‘al-Naba’ (The News), ISIS warns that the UK should be prepared for an attack more severe than in Paris last November which claimed 130 lives.

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Tareena Shakil: First British woman found guilty of joining ISIS

26-year-old Shakil told the court that she was not aware of the evil associated with ISIS.

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Report: US and UK spied on Israeli drones for years

The reports said the intelligence agencies were able to watch information that the drones and other aircraft broadcast back to their handlers.

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UK PM Cameron backs burqa ban in schools, courts and border checkpoints

France introduced a controversial ban on wearing the full face veil in public in 2010.

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Donand Trump gets invitation from UK opposition leader to visit London mosque

The comments from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, a socialist who represents a multi-ethnic district of north London.

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UK Muslim family stopped from boarding flight to US, Cameron to look into claims

US Department of Homeland Security officials have so far provided no explanation for why the country refused to allow the family of 11 to board the plane.

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David Cameron hails “pathway to deal” after EU dinner

Cameron told the 27 other national leaders over dinner that if they wanted to keep Britain in, they must address his voters’ concerns about curbing immigration.

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Modi in UK: PM expresses concern over sharp decline in student visas

The number of Indian students coming to the UK fell from 18,535 in 2010-11 to 10,235 in 2012-13, according to a report by the Higher Education Funding Council for England.