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Production of rice and coconuts hit dramatically as a result of the typhoon according to the UN's food and agriculture organisation.
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Two species of dolphin can be indentified from one another by analysing the clicking sounds they make, new research suggests.
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The UK's banks are to be subjected to a simulated cyber attack to see if the system can cope.
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Britain's shops lost more than £3.4bn worth of goods to theft, fraud or loss last year, according to figures from Checkpoint Systems.
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Negotiators in Brussels clinch a deal on the 2014 EU budget after gruelling talks, with spending cut by about 6% compared to 2013.
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The clothes designer Sir Paul Smith spoke to the BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz.
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House prices across the UK have dropped back slightly, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
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Rapid urbanisation and a lack of other investment opportunities have created fears of a housing bubble in China, as Lucy Williamson reports.
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Henry Overman, a former member of the HS2 analytical challenge panel, and Lord Heseltine, former conservative cabinet minister, discuss the HS2 plans.
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BBC correspondents in Kenya, Bangladesh and Colombia talk about how innovation is enabling people to access banking services.
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Depression can make us physically older by speeding up the ageing process in our cells, research suggests.
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The UK's inflation rate, as measured by the consumer prices index (CPI), fell to 2.2% in October from 2.7% the month before.
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EDF Energy announces average price rises of 3.9% - latest UK provider to raise bills but by "half" that of rivals
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Asian shares closed higher on Tuesday led by Japan's Nikkei, which ended the day up 2.2% at a three-week high.
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Miniature video cameras attached to birds have revealed life from a gannet's perspective.
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Vodafone reports a half-year pre-tax profit of £1.5bn ($2.4bn) as it says trading in Europe remained "very tough at present".
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Hull City chairman Assem Allam confirms his long-term intention to rename the Premier League club Hull Tigers.
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India's mission to Mars has 'resolved' a snag and appears to be back on track, its space research agency says.
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The government's biodiversity offsetting plans are too simplistic and need to be strengthened if they are to "properly protect Britain's wildlife", MPs warn.
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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp has reported a modest profit for the three months to the end of September, but also saw falling revenues from advertising.
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The final moments of Europe's Goce satellite were caught on camera as it blazed across the sky above the South Atlantic.
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Apple and Samsung are heading back to court in a row over damages awarded in a patent action.
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Chartered surveyors are calling for urgent action to cope with 'soaring demand' from house buyers.
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How biometrics make your voice the best weapon against fraud
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How women are calling the shots at some of India's top banks
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