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3D printer makes tool in space
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Astronauts on the International Space Station use a 3-D printer to make a wrench, from instructions sent up in an email.
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Anti-trade deal protesters vent their anger in Brussels but EU leaders have already gone home.
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Payday lender Wonga will refund the fees and interest charged to a customer whose outstanding loan has already been written off.
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Power generation firms are to receive close to £1bn to ensure their plants stay open and prevent the lights going out in the coming years.
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An amateur fossil hunter has unearthed a 7ft skeleton of a carnivorous marine reptile on a beach in south Wales.
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A leading figure in the UK's oil industry, Sir Ian Wood, tells the BBC warnings the industry is close to collapse are overstating the problem.
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Hong Kong property tycoon Thomas Kwok and a former government official have been found guilty in the city's biggest-ever corruption case.
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Substantial numbers of disabled people are missing out on government support to help them into work, a group of MPs say.
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Markets in Asia rise in the wake of US markets' overnight records - inspired by Wednesday's apparent hardening of the US's stance on interest rates.
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China revises up the size of its economy in 2013 by 3.4%, which works out to about the size of Malaysia's economic output.
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The world's largest canned tuna producer Thai Union Frozen Products is buying US rival Bumble Bee Foods for $1.5bn (£96m).
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Kochi in India is hosting its second art biennale despite criticism the city can't afford to lavish so much money on the arts.
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Tracking data reveals that golden-winged warblers fled one day before the April 2014 US tornado outbreak, probably because they "heard it coming".
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Bangladesh oil slick threatens world's largest mangrove forest
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How Venezuelans are affected by falling oil prices
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Fish are filmed more than 8,000m down in the Mariana Trench - the deepest place on Earth.
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Fish have been filmed more than 8,000m down in the Mariana Trench - the deepest place on Earth.
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Shrinking the bubbles generated by ships could counteract the impact of climate change, a study suggests.
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How worried should we be?
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The underground escape games taking Hungary by storm
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Why are people flocking to Hungary in order to try and escape from locked rooms?
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Myanmar, also known as Burma, is trying out fast track power generation, putting gas generators into re-used shipping containers.
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Lord Sugar's adviser on The Apprentice Nick Hewer announces he is to leave the BBC One show after a decade.
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Nasa's Orbiting Carbon Observatory produces its first global maps of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere.
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Nebraska and Oklahoma are asking the US Supreme Court to nullify a 2012 law that made marijuana legal in the US state of Colorado.
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