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The US football division seeking inspiration from the 1970s
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Motorists crossing the Channel are confused about which three-digit number to dial in an emergency, the RAC is claiming.
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A team of robotic developers has built an interactive robotic climbing frame, that can roam designated play areas, ready for children to play with it.
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SoulCycle, the indoor cycling fitness chain with a celebrity following in the US, including David Beckham and Lady Gaga, plans to float on the stock market.
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The social network Facebook announces it has built its own drone to bring internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.
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Google is to defy a French ruling that the "right to be forgotten" should be applied globally and not just in Europe.
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Past space missions that have changed our understanding
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The International Monetary Fund is wary of any financial contribution to a third Greek bailout and is unlikely to provide funds at the first stage.
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The spacecraft which made a spectacular landing on a comet last year has discovered a rich array of carbon compounds.
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Scientists in South Korea develop a tiny robot - based on the water strider insect - that can jump on water.
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Scientists in South Korea develop a tiny robot - based on the water strider insect - that can jump on water
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A large part of an aeroplane wing has washed up on a beach on the French island of Reunion. Experts think it belongs to a Boeing 777, raising hopes that it could help in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
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People who spend time watching fish swim in aquarium tanks could improve their physical and mental wellbeing, a study shows.
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Up to 500 jobs will be lost at the company responsible for making Britain's Trident nuclear warheads.
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The supermarket is getting rid of six self-service checkout phrases which shoppers find really annoying.
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The US economy grew at an annualised pace of 2.3% in the three months to June, official figures show.
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Global drinks company Diageo releases full-year trading figures which show comparable sales remained flat for a second year.
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RBS chief executive Ross McEwan says decisions the bank made a decade ago are still holding it back, as RBS reports a £153m half-year loss in profits.
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EDF lost 266,00 UK customers in the first half of the year as more consumers choose to switch their gas and electricity suppliers.
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The virulent Xylella disease ravaging olive trees in Italy spreads to Corsica, prompting emergency measures.
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President Obama has signed an executive order calling for the US to build the world's fastest computer by 2025.
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One of Africa's largest airlines Kenya Airways announces its biggest ever annual loss citing a slump in tourism and increased competition.
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The UK has become Santander's most profitable market, generating just over a fifth of the bank's profits in the first half of 2015.
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Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May sign up to present a new show on Amazon's streaming service.
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The government formally launches a consultation to decide whether pension exit fees should be capped.
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