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Sebastian Junger has seen war up close, and he knows the impact that battlefield trauma has on soldiers. But he suggests there's another major cause of pain for veterans when they come home: the experience of leaving the tribal closeness of the military and returning to an alienating and bitterly divided modern society. "Sometimes, we ask ourselves if we can save the vets," Junger says. "I think the real question is if we can save ourselves."
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The EU makes rules around how our energy is generated, and both sides of the referendum debate claim that leaving or staying will hit our bills.
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LinkedIn plans to reset many of its users' passwords after logins for about 117 million of its accounts were advertised for sale.
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Look inside a life-size model of a submarine which the Chinese hope will take humans to the very bottom of the ocean - the Mariana Trench, in the Pacific.
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The Zika virus could spread to Europe this summer, although the likelihood of an outbreak is low to moderate according to the World Health Organization.
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Deep underground, beneath Daya Bay in the south of China, scientists are hunting for the oddest particles in the cosmos - neutrinos.
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VIDEO: Building a new dish
18 May 2016 1:50:53
BBC science correspondent Rebecca Morelle travels to China to take a close up tour of the Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical Telescope - or Fast for short.
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The cash of millions of pension savers will be better protected, under plans announced alongside the Queen's Speech.
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The EU's new Sentinel-2a satellite builds a cloud-free view of Africa as it moves towards full capacity mapping.
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Mitsubishi Motors says its president, Tetsuro Aikawa, will step down in the wake of the company's test-fixing scandal.
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Japan's economy has dodged a recession after it grew faster than expected in the first quarter of the year.
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UK unemployment fell to 1.69 million between January and March, official figures show, down 2,000 from the previous quarter.
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Luxury fashion firm Burberry reports a fall in profits amid a "challenging environment" and announces plans to overhaul its retail operations.
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The FTSE 100 opens lower, tracking losses seen in US and Asian markets overnight.
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Aaron Heslehurst tries out the many pools, bars and restaurants on board the world's largest cruise ship, Harmony Of The Seas, ahead of its maiden voyage.
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Energy firm SSE says plummeting wholesale gas prices and lower household energy demand led to a 19% fall in annual profits.
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Apple's boss Tim Cook is in India for his first visit and looking to tap the country's fast-growing smartphone market.
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China's biggest home appliances manufacturer Midea makes an unsolicited takeover bid for German industrial robot maker Kuka.
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Shares of Japanese automaker Suzuki Motor slump by as much as 15% on reports it may have conducted improper fuel economy testing.
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Art galleries and museums are now using more sophisticated modern techniques to draw audiences in and potentially turn a profit.
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The US raises its import duties on Chinese steelmakers by more than five-fold after accusing them of selling their products below market prices.
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The US lifts more of its economic sanctions on Myanmar, following historic political reforms in the country.
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As the world's largest cruise liner, The Harmony Of The Seas, prepares for its maiden voyage, Aaron Heslehurst looks at some of the problems faced by the industry.
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Could the old comics in your garage fetch six figures?
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