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A tawny owl named Lucky after clinging to the front of a train for more than 300 miles is released back into the wild.
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Growth in US manufacturing accelerates in March from the previous month, while the country's spending on construction also increases.
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On March 17, 2014, a group of physicists announced a thrilling discovery: the “smoking gun” data for the idea of an inflationary universe, a clue to the Big Bang. For non-physicists, what does it mean? TED asked Allan Adams to briefly explain the results, in this improvised talk illustrated by Randall Munroe of xkcd.
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A pair of white storks nesting on a chimney in Norfolk may be the first in the UK to breed from a traditional nest for nearly 600 years.
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Liberal Democrat MP and Floods Minister Dan Rogerson explains how flooding victims can access government grants.
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Eurozone finance ministers meeting in Athens sign off the next 8.3bn euro instalment of Greece's bailout, amid high security on the capital's streets.
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The publisher of Nuts men's magazine announces it has entered into a 30-day consultation with staff about potentially closing the publication.
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Conservationists move millions of elvers - young eels - upstream in an attempt to give them a better chance of survival.
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The head of the city regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), says its response to a leak of sensitive information last week will be investigated.
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German unemployment fell by more than expected in March as the economy was boosted by the mild winter weather.
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General Motors' chief executive Mary Barra is due to testify before the US Congress about the company's actions on faulty ignition switches.
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Gazprom raises energy prices for Ukraine citing the country's $1.7bn debt to the firm
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The US Federal Bureau of Investigation opens up a probe into whether high-speed trading firms are engaged in insider trading.
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Japan raises sales tax for the first time in 17 years, in an attempt to rein in mounting public debt and tackle rising welfare costs.
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Exxon Mobil, the US's largest oil and gas company, says in a new report that world climate policies are "highly unlikely" to stop it from producing and selling fossil fuels in the near future.
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Cuts to animal health surveillance mean Britain is at a much greater risk of outbreaks of devastating diseases such as BSE, warn experts.
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While scientist Daffodil Hudson was preparing to give a TED Talk sharing her life's work on the genetic causes of stage fright, something quite unusual happened ...
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Official data from the Chinese government show that manufacturing expanded slightly in March, but analysts say weakness remains in the world's second-largest economy.
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made $3.3bn on the sale of stock options in 2013, a new regulatory filing reveals.
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Dating website OKCupid asks users to avoid browser Mozilla Firefox in response to new Firefox boss Brian Eich's previous opposition to gay marriage.
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Next time you stream a movie, or book a plane ticket, you may well have cloud platform firm Akamai to thank, as the BBC's Ali Moore discovers.
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The technologies helping small businesses keep the cash flowing
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The changes coming into effect on 1 April that may cost you more
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The BBC's Richard Taylor checks out a robot that can turn teleconferencing into a moving experience.
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A committee of MPs complains details of BT's planned rural broadband rollout are often insufficient making it hard for rivals to plan their own services.
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