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Asian shares are lower on Thursday as falling oil prices weighed on energy stocks in the region.
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What does China's slowing economy mean for Africa?
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Karen Allen visits the site of a new shopping mall being built in Nairobi, built and part-funded by a Chinese company, which is set to be the biggest in sub-Saharan Africa.
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The uni undergrads bucking the stereotype
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More than 15,000 unsafe hoverboards - otherwise known as self-balancing scooters - have been seized at ports and airports around the UK.
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The European Central Bank is expected to announce further measures to revive the eurozone's struggling economy.
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Brazil's lower house of Congress opens impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff over claims she broke the law managing last year's budget.
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India will cut back its skyrocketing use of coal if sufficient cash for renewables emerges from a Paris deal, says a senior negotiator.
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Dr Harry Ward of Glasgow University shows off the instrumentation for the Lisa Pathfinder's gravity experiment.
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Europe is about to launch the Lisa Pathfinder satellite, an exquisite physics experiment to test the technology needed to detect the warping of space-time produced by cataclysmic events in the cosmos.
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Facebook has said that it will respond to a privacy ruling in Belgium by requiring users to log in to view pages on the site.
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We need women to work, and we need working women to have babies. So why is America one of the only countries in the world that offers no national paid leave to new working mothers? In this incisive talk, Jessica Shortall makes the impassioned case that the reality of new working motherhood in America is both hidden and horrible: millions of women, every year, are forced back to work within just weeks of giving birth. Her idea worth spreading: the time has come for us to recognize the economic, physical and psychological costs of our approach to working mothers and their babies, and to secure our economic future by providing paid leave to all working parents.
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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan say they will give away 99% of their shares to good causes as they announce the birth of their daughter Max.
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Panorama looks at what buildings like this do for regeneration
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The great Facebook giveaway
02 Dec 2015 4:21:51
What are Mark Zuckerberg's charitable plans?
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The first cotton is to be produced in Greater Manchester for more than 30 years.
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The BBC's Matthew Price hears concerns for the future of Vanuatu from residents of the islands on the front line of the climate change debate.
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Pharmaceutical shares push London's main shares index higher on Wednesday
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Sir Charlie Bean's interim review of UK economic statistics says the Office for National Statistics needs more staff in London.
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The Bank of England's deputy governor says he wants a world where "banks can fail."
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The United States downgrades its safety rating of Thailand's aviation authority following earlier findings by a United Nations body.
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UK-based banknote printer De La Rue says it will cut production across the world, as demand for paper notes falls
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Supermarket chain Morrisons looks set to fall out of the FTSE 100 following a sharp drop in its share price amid concerns about its recovery.
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The commercial director of City Football Group, Omar Berrada, talks about the organisation's focus on Asia.
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One Italian family talks of the culinary and cultural hotpot of challenges when setting up a restaurant in Singapore.
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