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Shares in Asia were mostly up on Monday following gains on Wall Street and a week of highs in Asia.
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Plunging prices for its biggest export set to slash Australian revenue forecasts by A$25bn over the next four years.
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More than 50 UK university leaders will travel to Brussels on Monday to lobby European policymakers against possible cuts to research funding.
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There are calls for the US and Canada to put a woman on a banknote - but is just one woman per country enough?
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India is famous for its mangoes and coconuts, but as more people get a taste for imported kiwifruit, farmers are having a go at growing their own
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Sports Direct faces Parliament
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Employers plan to keep hiring more staff, but concerns remain about the UK's failure to raise productivity, a new report warns.
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How architect Soo Chan went from Lego to luxury flats
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The popularity of online shopping has driven van sales in the UK to a record high.
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Divisions emerge in the leadership of German car giant Volkswagen after chairman Ferdinand Piech gives an interview criticising chief executive Martin Winterkorn.
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Maltese bird hunters celebrate narrow referendum victory
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British holidaymakers were conned out of £2.2m last year through internet-based scams, a report concludes.
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Who would buy in Dubai?
12 Apr 2015 0:45:53
Amid fears of another crash, who would buy in Dubai?
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George Osborne says plans to take many family homes out of inheritance tax supports "the basic human instinct to provide for your children".
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Malta in a referendum narrowly rejects proposals to ban controversial spring hunting, during which migrating birds are shot before they can breed.
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Supermarket workers paid the national minimum wage are forced to claim state benefits totalling £11bn a year, according to Citizens UK
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Man's love-hate relationship with snow leopards
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Labour pledges to raise £7.5bn a year from tax avoiders by closing loopholes and imposing higher fines if it wins the general election.
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Cashback credit cards provider Capital One is cutting the rewards it offers on its products, blaming a European Parliament ruling to cap "interchange fees".
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Why electric car buyers may need to hurry
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Nasa names an asteroid after schoolgirl campaigner Malala Yousafzai.
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What are the details behind Labour's claim that if the SNP controlled taxation and spending - there would be a hole in Scotland's public finances?
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An abandoned dock in east London is being transformed into a wildlife haven
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Amazon has sued four firms that pay people to produce reviews that then appear on the online retailer's site.
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Photojournalist Barat Ali Batoor was living in Afghanistan -- until his risky work forced him to leave the country. But for Batoor, a member of a displaced ethnic group called the Hazara, moving home to Pakistan proved dangerous too. And finding a safer place wasn't as simple as buying a plane ticket. Instead, he was forced to pay a human smuggler, and join the deadly tidal wave of migrants seeking asylum by boat. He documents the harrowing ocean trip with powerful photographs.
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