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Gill Hicks's story is one of compassion and humanity, emerging from the ashes of chaos and hate. A survivor of the London terrorist bombings on July 7, 2005, she shares her story of the events of that day -- and the profound lessons that came as she learned how to live on.
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Former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn and another ex-board member are under investigation for alleged market manipulation, German prosectutors have said.
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Carmaker Nissan is taking will take legal action against the Vote Leave campaign for using company logo in pro-Brexit leaflets
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The 93 petaflop Sunway TaihuLight in China has topped a newly published list of supercomputers.
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India announces a radical overhaul of its foreign ownership rules to attract more overseas investment.
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Graham Satchell looks at what the humble strawberry can tell us about the European Union.
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Banks' most loyal customers are receiving "woeful" interest rates on their Individual Savings Accounts (Isas), a consumer group says.
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Would-be-homeowners in large parts of England are being priced out of a government scheme to help first-time buyers, a BBC investigation finds.
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Solar Impulse 2 sets off from New York to cross the Atlantic, one of the toughest stages of its attempt to fly around the globe using solar energy.
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The pound makes strong gains against the dollar as traders react to the latest polls on the UK's referendum over European Union membership.
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Too opinionated?
20 Jun 2016 5:04:49
Economic analyst Vivek Kaul explains why India's central bank chief, Raghuram Rajan, may have been under pressure to quit.
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Asian shares rally on Monday on the latest British opinion surveys showing a resurgence of the vote to remain part of the European Union.
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Executives at major UK car companies, Sir Richard Branson, and one of football's most senior figures voice support for staying in the EU, but Vote Leave says Brexit would boost industry.
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Petrol, planes and tomatoes
19 Jun 2016 3:15:23
As Nigeria allows its currency to trade freely in a move to tackle the financial crisis, financial blogger Feyi Fawehinmi looks at how it will affect people's lives.
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Dan Percival, founder of London hot yoga studio Yogacentric, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given before he started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
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High stakes
19 Jun 2016 3:02:40
How former actor Daniel Percival raised the money he needed to launch a yoga studio by successfully spread betting on the financial markets.
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The chief executive of French energy giant EDF writes to its UK staff outlining what he says are the benefits of continued EU membership.
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George Osborne says Brexit would be a "one-way door" to an uncertain world - but Leave says the UK could thrive outside the EU.
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British astronaut Tim Peake has said he is elated to be back on earth after six months onboard the international space station.
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Raghuram Rajan, the governor of India's central bank, is to step down in early September at the end of his term.
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President Barack Obama draws attention to the dangers of climate change while on a visit to Yosemite National Park in California.
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Scottish businesses are being urged to sign up for a scheme to keep their staff and the public safe in the event of a terrorist attack.
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Prosecutors accuse former tourism minister Henrique Alves of tax evasion and money laundering after he resigned for alleged links to a corruption scheme.
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The My Shop series visits TokyoToys in Glasgow, which specialises in Japanese manga comic merchandise and draws a diverse range of customers.
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The Civil Aviation Authority is to investigate whether extra fees charged by airlines to passengers are transparent and fair.
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