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Swallowing pills to get medication is a quick, painless and often not entirely effective way of treating disease. A potentially better way? Lasers. In this passionate talk, TED Fellow Patience Mthunzi explains her idea to use lasers to deliver drugs directly to cells infected with HIV. It's early days yet, but could a cure be on the horizon?
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Eurozone finance ministers are meeting to decide on a new bailout deal for Greece, after Athens backed the plan.
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The BBC's Jason Boswell reports on the allure of the Madagascar rainforests for scientists.
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A planet 100 light-years away resembles a young version of Jupiter, astronomers say.
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A UK financial trader accused of contributing to the 2010 US "flash crash" is freed after his bail conditions were changed.
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Is the role of women in Indian commercials really changing?
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The Greek parliament backs an €85bn bailout deal, despite a rebellion by many government MPs, in talks that lasted all night and into the morning.
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Climate change is increasing the risk of severe 'food shocks' where crops fail and prices of staples rise rapidly.
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Nine banks agree to pay $2bn in settlements in the US to investors over claims they rigged foreign exchange rates.
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France's economy did not grow at all between April and June, according to official estimates, while Germany expanded by 0.4% in the second quarter.
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BBC business reporter Ben Thompson explains why the price of diesel is now cheaper than petrol for the first time since 2001.
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The average price of diesel has fallen below 113p per litre for the first time since January 7th 2010, according to the information group Experian Catalist.
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Chinese shares rose on Friday as the central bank set the reference rate for the yuan slightly stronger.
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Can the smell of the sea cool the Earth?
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For 70 years a group of Hong Kong residents has been stuck with Military Yen, which they were forced to use during the Japanese occupation of World War Two
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A US appeals court will not reconsider an earlier decision finding that Samsung violated Apple patents.
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Scotland's salmon farming industry has begun farming a new type of fish, specifically to keep salmon clean.
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Did technology kill or save the book?
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Holidaymakers travelling outside the EU risk paying mobile bills up to 80 times higher than they need to, owing to roaming charges, a charity warns.
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MPs clash in the Greek parliament ahead of the next crucial vote needed to secure a bailout deal with international creditors.
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Asda is to increase the price it pays its milk supplier to "a level that will assist farmers during the current crisis", the supermarket says.
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A UK museum says it may hold Zimbabwean human remains, but cannot confirm if they are the "skulls of beheaded heroes" referred to by President Mugabe.
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The sale of Serbia's Tanjug news agency, formed in 1943 by Yugoslav Communist partisans, has reportedly collapsed after failing to attract any bidders.
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BBC reporter Michelle Fleury goes hands-on with the Galaxy Note 5 at a press event in New York City.
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The boss of retail banking at RBS and NatWest has defended his banks' decision to get rid of promotional rates on their financial products.
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