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Red bills and red rags in Russia's dispute with Ukraine.
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David Reid travels to the Cern institute in Switzerland to find out how film-makers are helping to make science stories more accessible to the public.
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German luxury carmaker BMW will recall 156,000 vehicles in the US to check for defective bolts that could lead to engine damage.
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US banking giant JPMorgan has reported a sharp fall in profits at the start of 2014, which it has blamed on its mortgage business.
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Chancellor George Osborne will trumpet his stewardship of the UK economy in a speech to a think tank in Washington DC.
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The competition to manufacture the next generation of Europe's most important series of weather satellites is won by Airbus Defence and Space.
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Output in the UK construction industry fell sharply in February as extreme weather halted work on building sites across the country, official figures show.
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A US court accepts a $1.8bn (£1.07bn) settlement for insider trading by US hedge fund group SAC Capital Advisors.
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Plans to reform the IMF have stalled because of a divided US Congress
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Scotch whisky exports remained flat last year, as sales were hit by slowing demand in China and other emerging markets.
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Asian markets end Friday's session lower as investors take their cue from the US market and dump technology stocks.
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Samsung's latest smartphone goes on sale
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The Co-operative Bank has confirmed it has made a loss of £1.3bn for 2013 and said it will not pay out £5m to former executives.
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The US accuses Russia of using gas supplies to try to control Ukraine, as Nato defends the accuracy of satellite images of Russian troops near the border.
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Cities on frontline of climate change struggle
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More than 600,000 people change their current accounts in the first six months of a scheme designed to make switching banks easier.
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Shares of Japan's Fast Retailing tumble in Tokyo trade after the company revises down its full year profit forecasts due to sluggish sales at home.
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Pet rabbits need better legal protection in the UK, according to an animal welfare researcher.
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China says it will allow stock investment between Shanghai and Hong Kong, a significant step towards opening up the mainland's capital market.
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Four women have had new vaginas grown in the laboratory and implanted by doctors in the US.
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The United Nations is likely to warn governments that a "dash for gas" will not solve climate change, the BBC's Roger Harrabin reports.
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The technologies giving small firms a cash boost
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Specialists are preparing the submarine which will be used when the general location of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 plane in the Indian Ocean is identified.
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Time is fast running out for Syria to hand over its chemical weapons stocks, the international body in charge of their destruction says.
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The World Bank urges countries to allocate more resources to the extreme poor because economic growth alone is not enough to end poverty.
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