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Consumer prices in China hold steady in July, which along with other data suggests the country's economic slump could be stabilising.
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Liu Tienan, a former top economic official in China, is expelled from the Communist Party and removed from public office, state media report.
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Hen harriers are close to extinction in England after the country's only two nesting pairs failed to produce chicks this year, conservationists say.
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China Resources Enterprise (CRE) says it is considering a joint venture with Tesco, the biggest retailer in the UK, to operate hypermarkets and supermarkets in China.
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India's central bank announces new measures to reduce volatility in currency markets and support the weakened rupee.
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Exposure to radiation from the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident suppressed tree growth appears to have a lasting negative legacy, a study suggests.
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Autism affects male and female brains differently, a study suggests.
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Dromedary camels could be responsible for passing to humans the deadly Mers coronavirus that emerged last year, research suggests.
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How do you go about making tough calls when you're the boss?
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The legacy of the world's most notorious file-sharing site
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The pill that tweets and texts - from your tummy
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Tax officials have updated a gallery of photographs of the people it considers to be the most wanted UK tax fugitives with 10 more faces.
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Greek people are facing increasing unemployment, with 27.6% of the country without a job in May.
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The governor of the Bank of England has called for a cultural change in financial institutions and an end to activities he deemed, "socially useless".
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Triplet calves are born to a cow on a Wirral farm at odds of 700,000 to one.
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Will airport fire damage Kenya's key tourism and flower sectors?
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Goal-line technology shakes up the beautiful game
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British Airways organises a Dreamliner fly-past for the 11,000 staff at Derby's Rolls-Royce site.
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A malaria vaccine has shown promising results in early stage clinical trials, a study suggests.
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The Co-operative supermarket has confirmed it will no longer sell men's magazine Nuts from early September.
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A wildlife artist from North Yorkshire tells the BBC how he helps barn owls after their numbers dropped in recent harsh winters.
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Reconstructions of the genetic code of an ancient protein provides clues to the origins of life.
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Project takes stock after schedule slips
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The big out-of-town hypermarket was, until recently, the place were shoppers would go to buy everything under one roof.
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The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) says it has lost thousands of documents relating to a 2006 investigation into BAE Systems.
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