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How to take the perfect snow snap

Masses of snow has fallen across large parts of the UK, causing hundreds of schools and colleges to close. But it’s not just travel that’s being disrupted – social media, too, has become clogged up with endless, monotonous, snow photos. So how do you make sure your Instagram snaps stand out from the crowd? We’ve got some […]


Austria gas plant burns after deadly explosion

A big explosion has rocked a natural gas hub in eastern Austria, killing one person and injuring at least 18, police say. A fire followed the blast which happened around 08:45 (07:45 GMT) at the Baumgarten site, just east of the capital Vienna, near the Slovak border. On Twitter, Austrian police said the situation was […]

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I was a mother to 2,000 people

When Lisa Campbell arrived in Greece in November 2015 to help care for the flood of refugees she planned on staying for just a few weeks. She ended up running a refugee camp – until it was suddenly closed last month. What made an American Mormon grandmother of six leave behind her family and her […]

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Was Albert Einstein an Atheist?

From Carl Sagan to Stephen Hawking to Neil deGrasse Tyson, people turn to great minds of science to help them understand the universe. It’s understandable, then, that people would be curious about their views on religion. Hawking has come out definitively on the matter (“I’m an atheist,” he said in 2014), but Sagan and Tyson famously […]