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Indians are struggling to access their cash from ATMs, after a government crackdown on corruption.
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Scientists looking into invertebrate animals discover nearly 1,500 new viruses - the largest number documented in any one study.
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Maria was sold into slavery - experience her story in our 360 VR feature.
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The director of a leading economic think tank says the UK is experiencing "the worst decade for living standards".
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Political uncertainty is putting the eurozone's financial stability at risk, according to the European Central Bank.
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Historic codebreaking site Bletchley Park could be turned into a cyberdefence training college.
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The outlook for family finances is a "grim picture" with little respite from measures announced in the Autumn Statement, a think tank says.
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Archaeologists in Egypt unearth what they describe as a city that dates back more than 5,000 years.
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The claws of coconut crabs have the strongest pinching force of any crustacean, according to research.
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Log books from the early Antarctic expeditions indicate that the area of summer sea-ice around the continent has barely changed in size in a century.
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Police in India launch a manhunt for a bank driver who is absconding with 9.2m rupees.
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Shares in the UK's biggest estate agent, Countrywide plummet following its gloomy report on the property market.
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The FTSE 100 falls, but shares in Domino's Pizza rise as it steps up its expansion plans.
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The government will find it difficult to influence productivity, says former Chancellor, Lord Lamont.
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Baby goods retailer Mothercare reports a loss, blaming unseasonal weather and warehouse changes.
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Why rice farmers in Cambodia are being paid to help protect the Giant Ibis.
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Seoul scandals
24 Nov 2016 4:46:29
Why is the Asian country constantly mired in allegations of political dishonesty?
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China's LingLong unveils DingDong, its first smart home speaker and an answer to Amazon's Echo and Google's Home.
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Travel search business Skyscanner is bought by Ctrip, China's biggest online travel firm, in a deal that values it at £1.4bn.
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Bacteria which eat others of their kind could be a new weapon in the fight against superbugs.
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The government says it is "sensible" to assume forecasts about Brexit's impact on the economy are correct.
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UK car manufacturing slips in October for the first time in 14 months amid slower domestic demand, but exports rise.
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Murky swamp
24 Nov 2016 1:10:13
Will Donald Trump's business create a conflict of interest for him when he enters the White House?
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Is cash a better way to help refugees than food aid? A million debit cards have been given to Syrian refugees in Lebanon, loaded up with cash each month by UN agencies such as the UNHCR and by charities - and the scheme is now expanding. BBC World Hacks investigates whether the system works.
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'Money mules'
24 Nov 2016 0:16:10
People who have found ways to benefit from India's decision to make 86% of its currency illegal.
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