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France's Ecology Minister Segolene Royal urges people to stop eating Nutella because it is made with palm oil and damages the environment.
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Boeing warns arch-rival Airbus over unconfirmed reports that the European planemaker wants state aid for a new version of its A380.
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Shares of Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia fall as much 13%, despite the airline defending its finances and accounting practices.
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About 600,000 payments expected by customers of the RBS group of banks have failed to enter accounts overnight, the bank admits.
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UK unemployment falls again
17 Jun 2015 8:46:29
UK unemployment fell 43,000 in the three months to April to 1.81m, official figures show
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Swiss banks reported suspicious activity around Fifa accounts, says the Swiss attorney general investigating alleged corruption.
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No new signals have been picked up from the Philae comet lander since a brief radio contact on Sunday, but controllers say this is not surprising.
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Shares in Berkeley Group rise almost 8% after the housebuilder posted a jump in annual profits.
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Hunter Treschl, who survived a shark attack in North Carolina on Sunday, talks about the moment he was attacked and about losing his arm.
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Asian stocks are mostly higher on Wednesday after US stocks rebounded ahead of the Federal Reserve decision on interest rates.
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The Angolan capital, Luanda, remains the world's most expensive city for expatriates, according to an annual survey by consultancy Mercer.
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How do you attract new lorry drivers?
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America's central bank wraps up a two-day policy meeting on Wednesday as markets wait for hints about a rate rise.
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A flamingo in Brazil has been fitted with a prosthetic leg.
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The chief executive of Australia's Woolworths is stepping down after nearly four years at the supermarket chain.
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Almost 80% of crop pollination by wild bees is provided by just 2% of the most common species, say scientists.
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How did Vietnam overtake the US at school?
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When will the US raise interest rates?
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Taiwan looks to raise its foodie profile
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Only one Taiwanese food brand is world famous - dumpling maker Din Tai Fung. What makes its products so special?
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21st Century Fox confirms that James Murdoch will take over as chief executive from his father Rupert on 1 July.
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Kirk Kerkorian, the veteran US businessman who made billions in the hospitality and entertainment industries in Las Vegas, dies at the age of 98.
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The focus of this year's Paris Airshow may have been on big aircraft, but away from the battle between Airbus and Boeing, drones have been making a significant showing.
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Property billionaire Donald Trump announces he will run for the White House as a Republican in the 2016 election.
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About 60,000 people have taken advantage of new pension rules designed to give greater financial freedom in retirement, Chancellor George Osborne says.
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