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World Press Photo winner 2011

A selection of the winning photographs 24 hours of news photos: 9 February 2012 Readers’ pictures on the theme grubby.

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Early day motion 2689 – THE TIMES’ CITIES FIT FOR CYCLING CAMPAIGN – UK Parliament

That this House believes that cycling is an extremely efficient form of transport which is good for health and the environment; supports successive governments’ commitment to encourage the use of bikes and reduce the number of cyclist-related accidents; notes with concern that the number of cyclists killed on Britain’s roads rose by 7 per cent.

Foster Friess: all you need to know about the sugar daddy atop the horse

Rick Santorum’s surprise battering of Mitt Romney thrust the former Pennsylvania senator back into the limelight this week and introduced us to another would-be Republican kingmaker: Foster Friess. Twitter was alight with questions about who that white haired sugar daddy in the green tie was behind Rick, beaming so proudly.

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‘Arry for England?

Fee gets ready to make her voice heard on the pitch

Tribe sues beer makers for $500m

9 February 2012 Last updated at 22:07 ET The community of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation has battled alcohol-related issues for years An American-Indian tribe in South Dakota has sued some of the world’s biggest beer firms over severe alcohol-related issues in the community.

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Final analysis • The Time Hack

The year is up and the numbers are crunched. As the about section explains, the Time Hack was a year-long experiment aimed at exploring whether our perception of time is influenced by our actions. Throughout the experiment, which I carried out during the whole of 2011, I participated in a new and unusual activity each day in an effort to alter my perception of time.

Marseille’s Cité Radieuse damaged by fire

Authorities are assessing damage to architect’s Le Corbusier’s Radiant City, a landmark of modernist architecture One of France’s most important landmarks of modernist architecture, La Cité Radieuse housing estate in Marseille, built by the architect Le Corbusier, has been damaged by fire.

Alan Moore on Anonymous’ rise

9 February 2012 Last updated at 20:03 ET By Alan Moore Author On Saturday protests are planned across the world against Acta – the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. The treaty has become the focus of activists associated with the Anonymous hacking network because of concerns that it could undermine internet privacy and aid censorship.

Viewpoint: The changing nature of work

9 February 2012 Last updated at 19:04 ET By Tom Austin Vice president, Gartner Hive mind: Working around the clock in hyper-connected ‘swarms’ – is this the future of work? As part of our Future of Work series running throughout February, we asked some experts to give us their take on how the way we work is going to change.

Italian newspaper joins Times safer cycling campaign

The Times’s widely praised safer cycling campaign has been picked up by an Italian newspaper. The Gazzetta dello Sport is taking part after one of its journalists, Pier Luigi Todisco, died while he was cycling to work last October. The title is urging professional sportspeople to join the roll call, and for ordinary readers to support the campaign as well.

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Greece may be proud issuer of first bond to yield over 1,000% outside periods of hyperinflation Apple’s estimate-leaping quarterlies and the increasing structural challenge facing Italy A year after the fall of Hosni Mubarak, we speak to some of those who took part in the Arab uprisings

99% is ……. The Barnet Eye: Barneteye Weekly Roundup – 10/1/2012

What a week it has been. On Monday we had the shop owners of Finchley holding a protest against Barnet Council’s parking policies.

Giant baby born to Chinese couple

Chinese state media has reported the birth of a baby of just over 7kg (15lb 8oz), making him what could be the heaviest birthweight baby on record in the country.

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Afghanistan’s army recruitment mess

9 February 2012 Last updated at 20:34 ET Saboor’s father said his son had suffered from psychiatric problems When Afghan soldier Abdul Saboor killed four French colleagues last month, he ended up hastening – by a year – France’s exit from the war-torn nation. Page not Found

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