A letter published in the Lancet Psychiatry Journal has claimed that psychedelic drugs are safer than currently thought.
The study casts doubt on the theory that welfare states encourage a culture of 'scrounging'.
Apple was granted the patent for the technology yesterday.
Britain intends to bolster its defenses against the threat of an Argentine invasion.
The house voted in favour of reinstating fines and prison sentences for sex workers.
The study identified households where sewage was being misdirected into waterways.
Two teachers were admitted to hospital, where doctors found they had ingested a huge quantity of marijuana.
The cable will transmit enough hydro-power to supply 750,000 British homes.
The Spanish parliament passed the bill despite disapproval from all 14 opposition parties.
The Chechen parliamentary speaker said the U.S. had 'no right' to tell Russia how to behave.
The airline is using 11 planes from other airlines to cover 40 of its flights today as staff mourn.
A Rome-based farmers group has complained that Crimean prosecco is cheaper than the Italian one.
Participants volunteer personal biological information for researchers and scientists.
The job advert is featured on Kaufmich - a social networking site for sex workers.
Comedian Humza Arshad is touring schools after being recruited by UK counter terrorism police.
Civil rights groups argue the bill jeopardises freedom of expression and cannot be justified.
Libraries Without Borders aims to promote culture and knowledge in disaster zones.
A Canadian documentary reveals the methods the group use to lure teenage girls to travel to Syria.
The House of Lords passed the bill despite threats of legal action from tobacco companies.