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World

Soldiers in India tackle fire from highly polluted lake

Almost 5,000 recruits were on scene and prevented blaze engulfing civilians areas, army say

World

Women's march: Thousands protest what they say is Donald Trump's racism and misogyny

The demonstrations were held on the first anniversary of Mr Trump's inauguration

World

Knives disguised as lipstick and combs for young women being promoted via Instagram

Instagram is being used to promote illegal knives designed to be attractive to young women, The Telegraph can disclose.

United Kingdom

All-female team of British soldiers become first women's group to cross Antarctica using only muscle power

Team celebrate after skiing a total of 1,056 miles, navigating crevasse fields and pulling sleds weighing 80kgs

America

Donald Trump has spent a quarter of his days as President at golf clubs, figures show

Head of state has been at a resort on 91 of the past 364 days, according to White House schedules

World

Women's March draws thousands across America

Thousands of protesters took to the streets for the second Women's March on Saturday.

Sport

Lindsey Vonn reignites Olympic hopes with 79th win

She has been overshadowed by young teammate Mikaela Shiffrin in recent weeks but US veteran Lindsey Vonn hit back with victory in Italy Saturday to reignite her Olympic hopes and move to within seven of the record of World Cup wins.

World

Five-star hotel to house world's first indoor RAINFOREST featuring waterfalls and Jurassic marsh

The new five-star Rosemont Hotel and Residences in Dubai will feature a prehistoric Jurassic-inspired marsh, a splash pool, a sandless beach and a rainforest café

World

French surgeons make medical history with first double face transplant

A Frenchman whose body rejected a face transplant after seven years has received a second face from another donor in an unprecedented operation that surgeons had doubted was feasible.

America

White supremacy still casts a shadow over the Trump presidency after a year of controversy

One year ago, Mr Trump gave an inaugural speech his campaign rival described as a 'cry from the white nationalist gut' and the issue has never really gone away

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