Britain named a vast swathe of its Antarctic territory after Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday, capping a year of Diamond Jubilee celebrations marking the queen's 60th year on the throne.
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At the secluded country house where the country's top computer scientists cracked the unbreakable Nazi Enigma code, a key factor in victory in World War Two, Britain has begun a hunt
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World powers struck an agreement that a transitional government should be set up in Syria to end the conflict there but they remained at odds over what part President Bashar al-Assad