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Australia's unemployment rose to 6.3% in November - the highest since 2002 - despite nearly 43,000 jobs being added to the economy.
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Funding for up-and-coming British tennis players will be severely cut in a bid to develop more top-100 players.
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Online search giant Google is shutting down its Google News service in Spain before a new intellectual property law is introduced.
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The Lima suburb where 10% of income goes on water
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Asian shares fall again Thursday as falling oil prices continued to fuel global growth fears.
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Japanese voters go to the polls this weekend, where they are widely expected to re-elect current Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
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South African bank Investec apologises after the headline "I can't breathe" on a research note causes an uproar on social media.
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Drug resistant infections will kill an extra 10 million people a year worldwide by 2050 unless action is taken, a study says.
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Should more affordable homes be built on water?
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Cashing in on Brazil's obsession with perfect teeth
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Do we buy more of a product if a celebrity promotes it?
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Labour leader Ed Miliband will promise a "tough but balanced" approach to cutting the £90bn deficit, when he sets out his plans in a speech.
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Where original singers struggle to find a hold in the music industry
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The price of oil falls below $65 per barrel after two separate reports indicate a global supply glut.
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The average UK price of petrol drops to its lowest level since December 2010.
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Data from the Rosetta probe suggests that water on Earth may not have come from comets, scientists conclude.
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Activists apologise for any "moral offence" it has caused, after a publicity stunt on the ancient Nazca lines in Peru.
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A record number of seals have been born at the Donna Nook sanctuary nature in Lincolnshire.
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Some 41,000 borrowers are set to get compensation after a High Court ruling over the wording of documents sent out by former bank Northern Rock.
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You've heard about slow food. Now here's slow ... TV? In this funny talk, Norwegian television producer Thomas Hellum shares how he and his team began to broadcast long, boring events, often live -- and found a rapt audience. Shows include a 7 hour train journey, an 18 hour fishing expedition and a 5.5 day ferry voyage from Oslo to Tunisia. The results are both beautiful and fascinating. Really.
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The photo sharing app has announced a milestone in user numbers and launched verified accounts.
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Stocks on Wall Street open lower, with energy shares seeing some of the biggest falls as the oil price slides to a fresh five-year low.
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Singing spaceman Chris Hadfield meets Manchester pupils
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Non-league side Hereford United are suspended "from all football activity" by the Football Association.
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There is "not a shred of evidence" Rory McIlroy was involved in a conspiracy to plan his exit from a contract with his former sports management company, Dublin High Court is told.
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