The two joined 199 laureates, including Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr and Marie Curie, who have been honored with the prize since 1901.
High immigration makes it "impossible to build a cohesive society", Theresa May warns as she outlines big asylum policy changes.
A top EU legal adviser backs the UK government in a court battle with the European Commission over the UK's right to reside test for EU migrants.
Whistle-blower Edward Snowden tells the BBC's Panorama he is a "marked man", after leaking details of extensive internet and phone surveillance by his former employer, the US National Security Agency (NSA).
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is one of the most ambitious free trade agreements ever attempted. But why does it matter?
A heart attack appears to have caused the death of an American Airlines pilot during an overnight flight from Phoenix to Boston, his wife says.
A recording of a call from the co-pilot to air traffic control has been released after a pilot on an overnight flight from Phoenix to Boston is believed to have died of a heart attack.
Netsuite (N), Capgemini Enter Distribution Deal Covering France
Netsuite (NYSE: N) and Capgemini, one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, announced a partnership naming Capgemini the sole distributor of NetSuite in France. The partnership brings together Capgemini's ...
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French PM calls for severe punishment after violence at Air France
"These are the acts of thugs," Valls said at Air France's headquarters near Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport. "Violence is unacceptable ... there must be severe sanctions." Valls called for negotiations to continue between the airline and its staff ...
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The UK's ban on prisoners' rights to vote looks set to continue after a ruling by the European Court of Justice on a case in France.
Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says Russia's violation of Turkish airspace over the weekend "does not look like an accident".
Manchester City midfielder Isobel Christiansen says the club will return "stronger" after being pipped to the WSL 1 title.
The 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics is won by Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald, for discovering how neutrinos switch between different "flavours".
The decision by the European Court of Justice throws into doubt how tech giants like Facebook and Google can use digital data from millions of users.
French hacks go after new surveillance law … with the help of the ECHR
A collection of French journos have teamed up to take a new surveillance law to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), claiming it infringes "the rights and freedoms of journalists". France's so-called Patriot Act came into force on Saturday, but ...
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Nasty Air France Labor Dispute Drags in French Government
France's prime minister paid a hasty visit to the Air France headquarters a day after two executives were sent fleeing from a meeting with union activists, who singled them out and ripped off their suit jackets and shirts. The Air France meeting Monday ...
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Liverpool hope Jurgen Klopp will replace Brendan Rodgers by the end of this week as talks progress well.
The number of new car registrations in the UK hit a record high for September, the motor industry says.
Actor and rapper Will Smith reveals he's recorded more than 30 songs and is planning his first ever world tour with sidekick DJ Jazzy Jeff next year.
David Cameron defends Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt after he suggested tax credit cuts would motivate Britons to work as hard as people in China.