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The Russian style of massage that's not for the faint-hearted
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The oil price is unlikely to reach again the record levels seen in the past few years, says Saudi Arabia's representative at Opec.
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Attempts to tie increased funding for Wales to the devolution of income tax were blocked by the Welsh Liberal Democrat leader.
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Climate change could harm crop yields and the environment in China, says the country's top meteorologist, in a rare official admission.
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International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde says the IMF is happy to work with the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
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Mobile phone-users will be protected from massive bills when their devices are stolen under new measures.
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A light-up children's Spider-Man costume is recalled by Asda after a battery fault is discovered.
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Just over two weeks to go before the launch of reforms to UK pensions, experts warn thousands of savers are still unable to book free guidance sessions.
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Three airlines are facing legal action over claims about poor customer service, the Civil Aviation Authority says.
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Extreme designs and prices at world’s biggest watch show
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The spiritual home of US innovation
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Save money by growing your own food in limited space
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Investors who bought shares from American insurance firm AIG in the lead up to the financial crisis are to receive a total of $970.5m (£649m) after reaching a landmark settlement.
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Katharine Viner is to become the first female editor-in-chief of The Guardian, taking over from the departing Alan Rusbridger
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Shares gains for building supplier CRH help the benchmark FTSE 100 index surge to an all-time record of more than 7,000.
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The communication skills migrating from our private lives... into our working day.
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Can hydropower help India's electricity shortage? Ashleigh Nghiem travels to the north-east state of Arunachal Pradesh.
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Switzerland is famous for its luxury watches, and hosts the world famous Baselworld show, but is it a tough time now for exports?
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The UK's largest bank by assets, HSBC, is reshuffling its responsibilities at board level.
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Pension policyholders have been warned not to be tempted to "dash for the cash" when the new rules come into effect in April.
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Britain's public finances improve in February with government borrowing down by a third from a year earlier thanks to a pick up in seasonal income tax payments.
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TSB - the bank formerly owned by Lloyds - has agreed to a £1.7bn takeover by Spanish bank Sabadell.
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Jaguar Land Rover is recalling more than 36,000 sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in China after a state television report aired complaints over its gearboxes.
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Plans to overhaul transport across the North of England, including multi-billion pound rail schemes, are being laid out by the government later.
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Asian stocks are mostly lower after the US dollar recoups most of its losses following the Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday.
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