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A gibbon is the first of its species born in the wild to parents rescued from the illegal pet trade.
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Elephants are looking for food in villages in India's forests, with deadly consequences.
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Unstoppable innovator
07 Nov 2017 0:17:32
Uddhab Bharali is a serial inventor who uses frugal innovation to change people’s lives.
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Tiger cubs
07 Nov 2017 0:12:49
Asia is driving the massive growth in online shopping, with younger generations leading the charge.
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How Rotherham's shops are facing similar problems to many High Streets across the country.
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The High Street fails to attract shoppers in October, piling pressure on retailers ahead of Christmas.
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Fox and Disney are two of Wall Street's biggest risers on Monday after reports they have explored a tie-up.
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Three actors from the hit BBC comedy were paid via tax-free loans through a Mauritian company.
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Leaked documents have shed light on how Apple exploited tax loopholes.
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The US multinational has used a Channel Island to protect its low tax regime, the Paradise Papers show.
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A Lithuanian shopping mall partly owned by U2 singer Bono is being investigated for tax irregularities.
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Conservative Party donor faces accusations of ignoring trustees despite rules on independence.
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A man previously accused of corruption was asked to negotiate a mining deal in Africa, the Paradise Papers reveal.
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Scheme for Swiss bank clients was being proposed in 2005 to get around EU tax evasion clampdown.
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F1 champion received a £3.3m refund after importing the red Challenger 605 into the Isle of Man.
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Wilbur Ross says even the US' "best friends have to play by the rules" in the Bombardier-Boeing row.
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Steve Ludlow has been injecting himself with venom for more than 30 years
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When Gretchen Carlson spoke out about her experience of workplace sexual harassment, it inspired women everywhere to take their power back and tell the world what happened to them. In a remarkable, fierce talk, she tells her story -- and identifies three specific things we can all do to create safer places to work. "We will no longer be underestimated, intimidated or set back," Carlson says. "We will stand up and speak up and have our voices heard. We will be the women we were meant to be."
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From the glorious crested guinea fowl to the adulterous African jacana to vultures that can pick a zebra carcass clean in 30 minutes, Washington Wachira wants us all to get to know the marvelous species of birds that share the planet with us. If you're not already a fan of earth's feathermakers -- or concerned about their conservation -- you will be after you watch this delightful talk.
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The giant build-up of plastic bottles, cutlery and polystyrene plates was captured by underwater photographer Caroline Power.
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The company is offering $103bn for Qualcomm to create the world's largest computer chipmaker.
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At a depth of 700 metres, a Blue Planet II submarine was shoved by enormous sharks.
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Three actors from the hit BBC comedy were paid via tax-free loans through a Mauritian company.
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The facts behind the latest financial leak, from who's been named to who's the source.
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Saudi Arabia's arrest of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has dented one of the kingdom's biggest firms.
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