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Oslo's giant makeover redefines Nordic identity
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Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak has been widely criticised on social media for his recent comments on rising food prices.
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Secrets of the speedy elephant shrew
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Authorities in Hong Kong are trying to cool the property market. The BBC's chief business correspondent Linda Yueh examines whether the measures are working.
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The satellite that will track tropical storms on the move
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Scientists say they have solved the mystery of why birds fly in a V formation, by tracking critically endangered birds that were being trained to migrate.
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Yahoo chief operating officer Henrique de Castro unexpectedly departs just over a year after he was brought in to turn its advertising business around.
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Surgeons in Oxford improve the vision of six patients who would otherwise have become blind using a gene therapy technique.
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Comedians, like many other creative types, have personality types linked with psychosis, researchers claim.
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A new free trade agreement involving the US and Pacific nations could water down a global ban on removing the fins from sharks.
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US retailer JC Penney says it plans to cut 2,000 jobs and close 33 stores as part of a cost-cutting exercise aimed at restoring profitability.
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Taiwanese consumer electronics firm Asus is releasing an Intel-based computer which seamlessly switches between Android and Windows at the press of a button. Richard Taylor reports.
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The number of UK homes sold per surveyor has more than doubled since the depth of the housing market downturn, a survey suggests.
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Why older women are setting up business in the US
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India's street typists lose out to the computer
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Ajay Kumar Nayak talks about being a typist outside Calcutta's high court.
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Twin polar bears, born at a Munich Zoo, have been caught on camera for the first time since their birth.
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The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, says deflation could undermine global economic recovery.
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Southampton chairman Nicola Cortese resigns, with owner Katharina Liebherr installing herself as his replacement.
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Lead researcher Steven Portugal explains new findings that reveal why birds fly in a V formation.
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A Labour government would tell regulators to investigate whether there is adequate competition between High Street banks, the BBC understands.
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Investors must think seriously about selling their shares in fossil fuel backed funds and putting their money in green assets, the UN's climate chief says.
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Apple will pay at least $32.5m (£19.9m) in refunds to parents whose children made in-app purchases without their consent.
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First Minister Carwyn Jones says he is prepared to talk in private to all the parties in the row which has cast Welsh rugby into crisis.
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Two Hearts officials agree wage cuts in the latest attempt to keep the club afloat until they exit administration.
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