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Rolls-Royce says it "regrets" the mid-air failure of one of its Trent 900 engines which happened on a Qantas A380 plane in November 2010.
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Energy and transport schemes will be the focus as the government reveals later how £100bn will be spent on infrastructure projects from 2015.
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As the Italian economy remains mired in recession, there are hopes that one of the country's quality food products, olive oil, could open up new markets in China.
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EU finance ministers have agreed an outline plan on how to rescue troubled banks in any future crisis - without leaving taxpayers to face the bill.
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In a pioneering experiment, scientists in Japan clone a mouse from white blood cells collected from the tail of a living donor.
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South Korea's President is in China for a four-day visit hoping to boost economic ties between the two countries.
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The record unemployment blighting much of Europe will be the focus of attention at a two-day EU summit set to open in Brussels.
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Arts and economics are two subjects that do not normally combine, but a new interactive theatre production in London aims to do just that - while teaching children that we must spend but also save.
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The Queen will receive a 5% rise in her income next year after the Crown Estate, from which she is paid, reported an increase in its profits.
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A decision on whether the payday lending industry will be referred to the competition authorities will be published later.
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The Welsh Rugby Union is making an extra £1m available to help regions keep international players in Wales.
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The energy regulator is expected to warn later that the risk of power blackouts in the UK has increased even further.
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How will long will the government's infrastructure plan take to work?
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US farmers fight for right to employ more Mexicans legally
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Turning prisoners into successful business owners
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Danny Savage has been talking to people in Sheffield about the impact of the announcements by Chancellor George Osborne.
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The Chancellor, George Osborne has unveiled a new round of spending cuts targeting benefit claimants, public sector workers and expatriate pensioners.
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Marc Rich, the trader controversially pardoned by former President Bill Clinton, has died in Switzerland.
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The administrators of Hearts, accountancy firm BDO, issue a deadline of 12 July for formal offers for the club.
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South Korea's biggest mobile operator begins offering what it says are the fastest ever 4G data speeds made available to consumers.
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The RSPB says the UK has to find new ways of finding money to fresh way of funding wildlife protection.
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A family of nine gorillas has been released in the forest in Gabon after having been flown there from the UK by a conservationist organisation.
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Early humans evolved to throw about two millions years ago, during a time when hunting intensified, according to new research.
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What does the US presidential visit mean for the continent?
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A bone found in a remote part of Canada has shed light on the ancestry of the modern horse, and pushed back the oldest sequenced DNA by a huge margin.
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