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Scientists have dated the trees to a previous ice age 60,000 years ago, when sea levels were far lower.
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A "raft" of plastic debris spanning more than 965,000 square miles is floating in the South Pacific.
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Ex-PM says Britain could still stay in a reformed EU - but Labour says the referendum result "must be respected".
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Acclaimed Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani dies of breast cancer aged 40.
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The Resolution Foundation says those aged 25-34 are worst hit compared with other age groups.
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Six of the world's large carnivores have lost more than 90% of their historic range, new analysis says.
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When cash is king
14 Jul 2017 0:14:20
Visa may have declared a war on cash but there are still moments when nothing else works quite as well
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John Bernecker died of injuries sustained while filming the zombie TV series in Georgia.
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JP Morgan Chase's, Jamie Dimon says it's "almost an embarrassment" to be American.
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The bank says Ireland is a "natural base" for its European operations as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
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'Beam me up, Scotty'
14 Jul 2017 5:27:05
Chinese scientists have "teleported" a photon particle to a satellite - could humans be next?
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What are our screens and devices doing to us? Psychologist Adam Alter has spent the last five years studying how much time screens steal from us and how they're getting away with it. He shares why all those hours you spend staring at your smartphone, tablet or computer might be making you miserable -- and what you can do about it.
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Chief executive Jamie Dimon calls the second quarter results "very solid".
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A Chinese mall creates "husband storage” pods for wives to leave their partners.
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The tuk-tuk or "auto rickshaw", a traffic-dodging staple on the streets of India, is starting to make its way across Africa.
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The UK airline wants to set up a new company in Austria to protect its European business after Brexit.
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Visa says it might offer incentives to UK businesses to go cashless, following on from a US scheme.
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Shares in AstraZeneca fall for a second day on reports its chief executive is to leave the company.
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The new chair of the Treasury Committee Nicky Morgan wants the body to look beyond banks and Brexit.
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The sale of GLP to a China-led consortium will be one of Asia's biggest ever private equity buyouts.
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Broadcaster Sir David Attenborough says species have suffered "significant declines" recently.
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How reducing the methane from cows is helping to fight climate change
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Rakuten boss Hiroshi Mikitani talks about his first purchase online, drones, and sponsorship of Barcelona.
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The Smiley Face earns its copyright holder more than a £100m a year. But the man who came up with it lost out big-time.
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Liar! Liar!
13 Jul 2017 3:22:10
False news stories have plagued the internet, but are apps and algorithms the best way to spot them?
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