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The tireless detective work behind rock album reissues
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French holiday firm Club Med looks set to be taken over by two of its shareholders in a deal that values the company at 541m euros (£463m; $700m).
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Retailers are being warned they could face legal action if they continue to sell magazines showing naked and semi-naked images of women.
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Ecuador's space agency is trying to fix its first and only satellite after it suffered a lateral collision with space debris on Thursday.
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People who live in or own static caravans, or "park homes", have new legal protection from unscrupulous site owners.
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Big name brands and designer labels are attracting Chinese visitors to Britain for their holidays, but the UK is still lagging behind France, Italy and Germany.
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A small group of stroke patients have shown some signs of recovery after having stem cells injected into their brains in the first stage of a clinical trial.
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An idea like that used in noise-cancelling headphones helps to minimise "noise" in optical fibres - making them able to carry data far further.
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Residents of mobile home parks in England are given new rights to protect them from rogue site operators who make their lives a misery.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she wants to reach an agreement with China over import tariffs and avoid triggering a damaging trade war.
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Five severely disabled stroke patients show signs of recovery following the injection of stem cells into their brain.
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Australia unveils plans to ban television and radio stations from broadcasting betting odds during live sports matches in a bid to curb problem gambling.
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Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt says he is "perplexed" by the on-going debate over the company's tax contributions in the UK, and that it is up to the government to reform tax policy, not firms.
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What's the big idea?
26 May 2013 2:42:01
How do you turn a genius idea into a fortune?
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The jewellery designer who takes from the rich to give to the poor
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Japan's All Nippon Airways has resumed commercial flights of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner for the first time since the planes were grounded over safety fears.
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US Secretary of State John Kerry says a plan to increase investment in the Palestinian economy could boost it by 50% in three years.
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The Little Chef brand could disappear from the UK's roadsides if it is bought by a larger chain, its owners warn.
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Japan announces fresh aid to Burma, during a landmark visit by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe aimed at boosting economic ties.
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Two prominent scientists will join a select band of famous names, such as Torvill and Dean, to become freemen of Nottingham.
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Japan's All Nippon Airways resumes commercial flights of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner for the first time since the planes were grounded over safety fears.
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India may be a leading producer and exporter of vaccines, yet the government's immunisation programme fails to reach an estimated 28% of babies born there.
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Is Ryanair really Europe's most punctual airline?
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Brazil says it will cancel or restructure almost $900m (£600m) worth of debt owed by African countries, to boost economic ties with the continent.
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India is preparing to reveal its GDP statistics for the year from April 2012 and March 2013, with official estimates suggesting growth for the period was around 5%.
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