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Why the pharma industry is no longer fit for purpose
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Eurozone ministers move towards agreeing a new credit line for Greece as it prepares to exit its bailout at the end of the year.
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US retail giant Home Depot says hackers stole 53 million email addresses earlier this year, in addition to millions of payment-card details.
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Bank of America sets aside $400m due to rising litigation costs associated with a probe into currency rigging at the bank.
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Belgian police use tear gas and water cannon against anti-austerity protesters in Brussels after a 100,000-strong march by workers.
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The genetic ancestry of the earliest Europeans survived the last Ice Age, DNA analysis suggests.
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A new study of the universe's background light suggests that as many as half its stars might be hidden in the space between galaxies.
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The European Central Bank has published correspondence with the Irish government in which it called for Dublin to seek a bail-out
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When asked to build housing for 100 families in Chile ten years ago, Alejandro Aravena looked to an unusual inspiration: the wisdom of favelas and slums. Rather than building a large building with small units, he built flexible half-homes that each family could expand on. It was a complex problem, but with a simple solution — one that he arrived at by working with the families themselves. With a chalkboard and beautiful images of his designs, Aravena walks us through three projects where clever rethinking led to beautiful design with great benefit.
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Observations of a cosmic confrontation between a huge gas cloud and the black hole at the centre of our galaxy have sparked a debate among astronomers.
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The BBC looks at why the price of oil has been so volatile recently.
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Britain will remain the most energy-secure country in the European Union, says Ed Davey
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Discount supermarket Netto is back trading in the UK after opening its first store under a partnership with Sainsbury's.
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The EU Commission says it wants information from Luxembourg over alleged tax breaks offered to more than 300 global companies.
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The European Central Bank keeps its benchmark interest rate unchanged at the record low of 0.05%.
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The man who will head the government's new Aberdeen-based oil and gas industry regulator is named.
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Student loans review refused
06 Nov 2014 2:58:09
The government has refused to hold an urgent review of the student finance system despite a call from MPs.
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Bank of England keeps interest rates at 0.5%, where they have been held since March 2009.
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"Crash for cash" insurance scams have continued to rise to a record level, according to one of the UK's biggest motor insurers.
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A fisherman captures images on his mobile phone of a humpback whale breaching in the sea off the Isle of Skye.
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The Alma radio telescope has snapped the clearest ever image of planets forming around a very young star.
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A four-day rail strike, billed as the longest in German history, hits passenger trains and threatens to disrupt celebrations marking the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall.
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A gamekeeper convicted of "the worst case of bird of prey poisoning" recorded in England, according to the RSPB, is given a suspended sentence.
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As everyone rushes to get the newest phones with the latest gizmos, the BBC's Tamasin Ford finds out what happens to all the old ones.
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Russian state inspectors open an inquiry into major Russian oil firms suspected of market rigging to push up petrol prices nationally.
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