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Can business take on three million more?
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Researchers are using super slow-motion footage to reveal the secrets of the most acrobatic insects
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Juan Pablo Culasso has been blind since birth but he has become one of the best "birdwatchers" in South America.
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Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles faces action over the mishandling in the US of car recalls, the country's top vehicle safety regulator says.
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A major report warns that life in the seas will be irreversibly changed unless CO2 emissions from industrial society are drastically cut.
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Can Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras count on the support of his governing coalition?
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Greece will need an extra 50bn euros over the next three years to stabilise its finances under the existing, disputed bailout plans, the IMF says.
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VIDEO: Peston the Greek?
02 Jul 2015 7:31:04
The BBC's Robert Peston attempts to explain the Greek debt crisis - from the Greek point of view.
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BP has reached an $18.7bn (£12bn) settlement with the US Department of Justice following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
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The New Horizons mission to Pluto releases new colour views of the dwarf planet, revealing some intriguing dark spots.
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Facebook is to start sharing revenue from advertising with video creators.
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A "No" vote in the Greek referendum on bailout terms will not provide Greece with an easy way out of its economic crisis, a key eurozone official says.
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US employment grew by 233,000 in June, fewer than hoped, with estimates of April and May's jobs numbers were also revised down, official figures show.
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Robots on the march
02 Jul 2015 0:51:13
A range of robots are on display at the Innorobo event in France, including the most advanced domestic robot to go on sale to the public.
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The founding chairman of a leading rural development and anti-poverty organisation wins the 2015 World Food Prize.
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Spanish travel technology firm Amadeus agrees a deal to buy Navitaire, a subsidiary of consulting group Accenture, for $830m.
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Activity in the UK construction industry grew last month at its fastest pace since February, a survey suggests.
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Swiss adventurer Andre Borschberg breaks the record for the longest ever non-stop solo-flight without refuelling, as his solar-powered plane continues to reach across the Pacific.
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John Lewis says it will start charging to use its click and collect service, where customers buy goods online and pick them up in store.
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Dixons Carphone has signed a deal with US telecoms firm Sprint that will see it open and manage Sprint-branded stores in the US.
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The FTSE 100 opens little changed but shares in Dixons Carphone climb on news of its tie-up with US mobile firm Sprint.
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Researchers use "mind games" to reveal clues about how brain cells change when making new memories.
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Sir Jon Cunliffe, the deputy governor of the Bank of England, tells the BBC Greece is in a "very dangerous situation", but says actions have been taken in the UK to prevent contagion.
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The annual rate of house price growth slowed again last month, the Nationwide building society says, falling to a two-year low of 3.3%.
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An Irish parliamentary committee examining the causes of the country's banking crisis is due to hear evidence from former prime minister Brian Cowen.
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