British holidaymakers spent hours sweating in their cars as 15-hour queues snaked back from the port of Dover on Sunday.
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13 july, 17:10Theresa May prepares to take over as Brexit PM
13 july, 17:02Google says anti-privacy effort has delivered $2 bn
11 july, 14:36Brook to face feared Kazakhstan's boxer Golovkin
08 july, 17:23Chevron announces $36.8 bn Kazakh oil expansion
08 july, 15:16Snipers kill five police at US protest over shootings
04 july, 14:04Fido forever? S. Korea's dog cloning clinic
04 july, 13:30Australia PM urged to quit after 'Brexiting' himself
01 july, 17:01Kazakhstan, Sweden, Bolivia, Ethiopia win UN council seats
27 june, 15:24India, Pakistan edge closer to joining SCO security bloc
24 june, 17:37Merkel warns EU against kneejerk reaction to Brexit
24 june, 15:18Britain votes to leave EU, PM resigns
23 june, 14:44Kazakhstan weightlifting team facing Rio ban over doping
22 june, 17:09Kazakh president appoints new administration chief
21 june, 17:24EU agrees anti-tax evasion deal
20 june, 15:40World's fastest supercomputer entirely made in China
16 june, 17:15Kazakh champion Ilyin among 10 new doping failures
15 june, 15:44China bans exports of nuclear-use technology to North Korea
15 june, 15:35France becomes first major nation to ratify UN climate deal
14 june, 14:59'Enormous' inventories to keep lid on oil price: IEA
13 june, 16:37Kazakhstan says all gunmen behind attacks arrested
13 june, 16:04Kazakh president says deadly attacks organised 'from abroad'
13 june, 14:48Russia to set up joint air defence system with ex-Soviet allies, including Kazakhstan
08 june, 17:2213 killed in Kazakh 'anti-terror' raid after shootings
08 june, 16:53Mammals thrived long before dinos died: study
08 june, 16:46US obesity epidemic grows in all ages
07 june, 16:52Xinjiang residents must submit DNA for passports
07 june, 16:24Kazakhstan manhunt after 'terror' shootings kill six: police
06 june, 14:16'Religious extremists' kill six in Kazakhstan rampage
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03 june, 14:44Income for all? Pro and con arguments in Swiss vote
02 june, 15:58Thai tiger temple monk caught fleeing with skins, fangs
02 june, 15:51OPEC happy with oil market, kingpin Saudi says
01 june, 17:36Tennis: Putintseva makes first Grand Slam quarter-final
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30 may, 09:45Nibali wins dramatic 99th Giro d'Italia for Kazakhstan
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16 may, 16:00Germany puts refugees to work... for one euro
16 may, 15:46Total launches gas project in Britain's Shetlands
16 may, 15:29US woman rushed to hospital with shark stuck to arm
12 may, 17:26Gaza Salafists look to IS for inspiration
12 may, 15:06Art not sex, Pakistan's dancers take a stand
11 may, 18:55Clear, crunchy and counterfeit: China's fake jellyfish
11 may, 17:40'Social fridges' open in Argentina as poverty rises
11 may, 16:29Queen calls Chinese delegation 'very rude'
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04 may, 15:07Glencore cuts copper, zinc production to counter glut
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03 may, 14:17Japan agrees to lease military aircraft to Philippines
03 may, 14:10'Impossibly rare' violet diamond found in Australia
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03 may, 13:57California Muslims sue over hijab discrimination
28 april, 17:54Japan abandons $250mn black hole satellite
28 april, 17:44All Belgians to get iodine pills in case of nuclear accident
28 april, 17:40Chinese officials under investigation for selling data
28 april, 17:36Tonnes of clams die in Vietnam as toxic leak fears mount
27 april, 17:06When technology bites back
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27 april, 16:30Technology drive sees 'connected car' link-ups in China
27 april, 16:19Comcast in talks to acquire Dreamworks for $3 bn
27 april, 16:08Korean dog meat farmers seek fresh start
27 april, 15:56First shipment of US natural gas to EU arrives
27 april, 15:38Britain would be less well off after Brexit: OECD
21 april, 17:37Obama seeks Gulf help against IS despite strains
21 april, 17:32Drone crosses path of Aer Lingus plane over France
20 april, 16:19Saudi to take $10 billion foreign loan
20 april, 16:11American tech giants under EU cosh
19 april, 14:23Argentina returns to credit markets after 15 years
19 april, 13:33First signs of coral bleaching in Sydney Harbour: scientists
18 april, 17:54Oil plummets on Doha failure
18 april, 14:51ExxonMobil, Rockefellers face off in climate battle
18 april, 14:35China sets death penalty threshold in graft cases
13 april, 23:10Kazakhstan’s National Bank invests heavily into gold
13 april, 19:56Kyrgyz parliament confirms new PM, government
13 april, 19:42Lithuanian sentenced to 13 years for 'spying on Moscow'
13 april, 19:08Rich nations probe Panama Papers tax revelations
13 april, 18:31Human genetic research with Chinese characteristics
13 april, 18:01OPEC warns on oil 'oversupply' ahead of crunch Doha meeting
13 april, 17:33Saudi orders 'kinder, gentler' religious police
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For the past 60 years, Chui Hoi has risen in the early hours of the morning to prepare bite-size steamed morsels for his small but popular dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong.
Nearly two centuries ago, Belgium launched continental Europe's first commuter train line connecting Brussels to Mechelen, a small city halfway to the port of Antwerp.
Wrapped tightly in sleeping bags to keep them from freezing in frigid conditions, Australian winemaker Sirromet's bottles slowly make their way across the vast Mongolian landscape on the back of a yak.
In the lush, green hills of northern Thailand, a woman painstakingly picks coffee beans out of a pile of elephant dung, an essential part of making one the world's most expensive beverages.
Some 200,000 people joined a candlelight procession marking a watershed mass protest 25 years ago that helped bring down the Berlin Wall a month later.
The Eiffel Tower is the most visited monument in the world that charges for entrance. Here is a factfile on France's iconic building.
With her blotted red lipstick, perky coiffed curls and fitted 1940s skirt suit, Constanze Pelzer looks like she's stepped off a World War II film set. From head to toe, the 49-year-old German is the picture of 1940s elegance -- from the little glasses and striking jewellery to her red sling-backs, her entire outfit is authentic.
At the start of September 1914, after just one month of war in Europe, the German army were at the gates of Paris. The word on the street was that Emperor Wilhelm II had already booked a dinner table on the Champs-Elysees.
The choppers swoop in, dumping insecticide over a plague-stricken village in Madagascar's stunning central highlands.
In a cramped backstage area at New York's Metropolitan Opera House, French mezzo-soprano Sophie Koch adjusts her 19th century dress.
The name Porsche has long made sports car enthusiasts swoon but the Nazi past of the famous brand's founder has left his Czech hometown sorely divided over his legacy.
Parents all over the world often complain about their children's music being garbage.
Until last year, the few tourists who visited the small west African town of Ouidah were likely headed to the Gateway of No Return, a massive monument to the area's bleak history as a slave trading hub.
Anwar Congo makes no secret of the fact that he killed about 1,000 people with his bare hands, boasting about the methods he used to murder alleged communists in 1960s Indonesia.
From rooms kitted out like medical clinics where couples can play "doctors and nurses" to grottos where it is permanently Christmas, Japan's "Love Hotels" cater to almost every taste, offering a few hours of reasonably-priced privacy in a crowded country.
Bad raps are hard to reverse, but Brad Jacobs is doing his part to change the stereotype of the chain-smoking, beer-swilling curler who spends more time in the bar than fine-tuning his craft.