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Facebook says it will allow an iconic photograph of a girl fleeing a Napalm attack after previously banning the image.
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The car company General Motors is recalling more than four million vehicles worldwide due to a software defect linked to at least one death.
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Written in the sediments of north-west England's lakes is a record of extreme flood events - information that can inform future flood preparedness.
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A Volkswagen engineer has pleaded guilty for his involvement in the German carmaker's diesel emissions scandal.
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At the intersection of medical invention and indigenous culture, pediatric cardiologist Franz Freudenthal mends holes in the hearts of children across the world, using a device born from traditional Bolivian loom weaving. "The most complex problems in our time," he says, "can be solved with simple techniques, if we are able to dream."
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European officials are rewriting detailed plans on how to bring data roaming charges to an end in countries across the EU.
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The boss of Lidl's UK business has stepped down after overseeing the German discount supermarket chain's rapid rise in the country.
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Star Trek has had an “inspirational relationship” with the space programme, says Robert Picardo, who played the ship’s doctor in the original Star Trek series.
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Three Tesco former executives are charged as part of an ongoing Serious Fraud Office investigation into 2014 accounting irregularities at the supermarket giant.
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Sir Philip Green has hit back at suggestions that he is attempting to 'blackmail' the Pensions Regulator over plugging the £571m BHS pension deficit.
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John Lewis confirms managing director Andy Street plans to run for the office of the Mayor of the West Midlands.
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Demand for fish in Zambia is high but unorthodox fishing methods are also on the rise.
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An investigation into how a SpaceX rocket exploded on the launchpad is uncovering 'the most difficult and complex failure we have ever had in 14 years' says founder Elon Musk.
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Virgin Galactic has flown its new rocket plane for the first time in a “captive-carry test” above California.
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The UK trade deficit in goods and services shrank to £4.5bn in July from £5.6bn the previous month, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) says.
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A probe called Osiris-Rex will sample the asteroid, which is on Nasa's list of Potentially Hazardous Asteroids.
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The world's wilderness is vanishing at an "alarming" rate, say conservationists.
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German exports fell sharply in July, posting their steepest drop in nearly a year, after the country's goods saw lower global demand.
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JD Wetherspoon's chairman says claims by leading economists that the UK would see serious economic consequences from a Brexit vote were "lurid" and wrong as he reports record profits.
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British designer Burberry is the biggest faller on the FTSE 100 as the blue chip index edges down in early trading.
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The chairman of JD Wetherspoon pub chain, Tim Martin, has said that the UK does not need to negotiate a trade deal with the European Union.
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US authorities have advised airline passengers not to switch on or charge Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones while travelling, after reports of the device exploding.
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Animal diaries
09 Sep 2016 0:15:41
Specially designed tags that act as 'daily diaries' are revealing previously unknown animal behaviours.
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Britain's native dormouse has declined by more than a third since the year 2000 according to a new report by wildlife charity, the People's Trust for Endangered Species.
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The BBC’s Sharanjit Leyl goes in search of one of Hanjin Shipping's vessels, which has been stranded since the firm filed for bankruptcy protection last week.
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