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Bulgaria suspends work on the Russia-led South Stream project, a pipeline stretching across the Black Sea to southern and central Europe.
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A new study suggests the number of Africa's elephants has declined to a critical point.
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EU sanctions prompt Russia to turn to Swiss cheese makers
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A primate confiscated during a drugs raid by police in the Maldives is flown 5,000 miles to the UK to start a new life.
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The shortlist of companies bidding to run rail networks in the north of England is announced by the government.
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A study suggests the way children draw at the age of four can be a predictor of intelligence 10 years later.
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Russia sees some food price rises as a ban on imported Western products starts to take effect.
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The research arm of the US military is looking into designs for new, hi-tech tanks, focusing less on armour and more on mobility and speed.
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Annual house price inflation was 10.2% in the year to June, driven by a 19.3% London rise, according to the Office for National Statistics.
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A former senior trader at Rabobank has pleaded guilty to interest rate rigging in the US.
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The UK inflation rate falls more than expected in July as the cost of clothing, footwear, food and non-alcoholic drinks eases back in the month.
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Anne Francke from the Chartered Management Institute tells the BBC's Justin Rowlatt about the gender pay gap.
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UK inflation falls to 1.6%
19 Aug 2014 8:46:25
The UK inflation rate falls more than expected in July as the cost of clothing, footwear, food and non-alcoholic drinks eases back in the month.
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Bank of Scotland has been unfairly double billing customers who fell behind on their mortgages, a High Court judge in Belfast has ruled.
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BHP Billiton plans to spin-off some of its assets into a new $14bn (£8.4bn) metals and mining company in order to simplify its operations.
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Housebuilder Persimmon reports a surge in pre-tax profits for the six months to the end of June, up to £208.9m from £132.9m a year earlier.
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Three Jersey-registered companies are named in the fallout over stricken Portuguese lender Banco Espirito Santo.
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A man is killed by a giant saltwater crocodile as he fished with his wife in northern Australia - the fourth fatal attack this year.
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Reports from China that the German carmaker Mercedes-Benz has been found guilty of price-fixing have given foreign businesses another reason to question whether they are being unfairly targeted by the government.
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Family businesses are an integral part of developing economies and it's no different in South East Asia's largest economy - Indonesia.
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Upgrading Windows can be tricky and expensive
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Starting a beer revolution in Africa
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Oscar Olsen, the "beer hunter", says he wants to start a beer revolution across Africa.
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The 62 places more expensive than London
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Complaints about payday loan middlemen - so-called credit broking websites - more than double in the last year, according to the Financial Ombudsman.
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