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Tackling the network intruders
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How an interactive system could help artificial intelligence to "see" better
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Biologist Dr Pennie Lindeque from Plymouth Marine Laboratory explains how plastics in the marine environment get into the food chain.
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The near death experience that created a tech millionaire
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Which way now for Uber?
04 Oct 2015 3:01:42
Will we have to give up Uber?
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A topic of debate at this week's Conservative Party conference will be the UK's relationship with Brussels ahead of a referendum due in 2017.
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Many shoppers in England will have to pay 5p for plastic carrier bags from Monday, as the new charge becomes law for supermarkets and large shops.
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Ambulances were sent to the site of the warehouse of one of Europe's largest sports retailers almost 80 times in two years, a BBC investigation finds.
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The Volkswagen emissions scandal was a "dramatic event" but would not inflict lasting damage on Germany's reputation, Angela Merkel says.
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David Cameron resists calls to rethink cuts to tax credits for working families amid warning millions will lose out.
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Shortlisted entries for Society of Biology photography award
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The rising cost of dying
04 Oct 2015 1:20:17
Funeral costs outstripping inflation, says new report
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A new generation of Singaporean students is more ready to embrace risk as they search for satisfying careers, says Karishma Vaswani.
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As the government prepares to implement a 5p charge on plastic bags in English supermarkets, BBC News takes a look at the social impact of mass-produced plastic bags, and their origin.
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Farmers in Michigan uncover a woolly mammoth skeleton in a soybean field.
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A solicitor has been defrauded out of £734,000 pounds of her clients' money in the latest example of a so-called vishing - or voice phishing - attack.
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Measures are being taken to keep the coke ovens at Redcar operating over the weekend, after owner SSI UK went into liquidation.
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The British steelmaker that bridged the world
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How con-artists trick the vulnerable for their cash
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A solicitor has told the BBC that being tricked into transferring £750,000 of client money to criminals has left her life in ruins.
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Virgin becomes the first train company to automatically compensate some passengers if they are delayed, with other operators urged to follow suit
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Fifa president Sepp Blatter says he will not resign despite sponsors Coca-Cola and McDonald's calling for him to step down.
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A road test done for the BBC on two popular makes of diesel cars - not fitted with the so-called "defeat device" - finds levels of dangerous emissions were higher than the legal EU limits they showed in the lab.
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Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says the government's promise of an aid package to staff at Redcar steelworks is not enough, after the company owners go into liquidation.
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Are you likely to get the same performance from your car as the lab tests suggest?
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