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2015/07/05 10:47
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News anchor Fiona Bruce turns investigative journalist in the fourth series of Fake Or Fortune? as the 51-year-old newscaster and mum-of-two examines the mysteries behind well-known paintings. But did...
2015/07/05 10:47
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2015/07/05 10:46
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Rappler's Life and Style section runs an advice column by couple Jeremy Baer and clinical psychologist Dr Margarita Holmes. Jeremy has a master's degree in law from Oxford University. A banker of 37...
2015/07/05 10:12
2015/07/05 10:12
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Whatever happened to wonder? The most unnerving thing about sitting in the back of a driverless car is how quickly you get used to it. After 10 minutes cruising Californian streets in the rear seat of...
2015/07/04 23:52
2015/07/04 23:52
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EXCLUSIVE: Statins linked to 20,000 side effects and 227 deaths CONTROVERSIAL heart drug statins have been linked to almost twenty thousand reports of side effects and 227 deaths. DANGER: Drugs...
2015/07/04 22:45
2015/07/04 22:45
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SCOTLAND continues to punch above its weight in terms of successful spin-outs, the latest study into the sector reveals. The country accounts for 20 per cent of all active firms launched out of the...
2015/07/04 22:42
2015/07/04 22:42
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I am a former college professor of political science and political philosophy and former college administrator whose on-campus experience taught me that American universities are in a three-fold...
2015/07/04 20:43
2015/07/04 20:43
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Gov. Bobby Jindal says a career in politics was his Plan B. He was preparing to be a neurosurgeon when he won a prestigious Rhodes scholarship, so he put medical school on hold for a couple years to...
2015/07/04 20:19
2015/07/04 20:19
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James Rebanks sits in his stone farmhouse, describing the hardscrabble mountain life his family has known for six centuries or more. Then, his cell phone rings. It's a big London ad agency, hoping to...
2015/07/04 14:35
2015/07/04 14:35
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Pope Francis waves as he arrives to lead his Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter’s square at the Vatican on June 17. (Max Rossi/Reuters) Pope Francis, in a declaration on June 18, took a...
2015/07/04 08:41
2015/07/04 08:41
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AS AMERICANS celebrate the Fourth of July today, tourism staff vowed to work hard to keep the US dollar flowing into Oxfordshire. According to Experience Oxfordshire, the county’s tourist agency,...
2015/07/04 08:35
2015/07/04 08:35
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... things you never knew about Alice In Wonderland Whether you watched the recent Tim Burton adaptation, remember the old-school Disney cartoon or read the original book, chances are that you love...
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2015/07/04 01:50
2015/07/04 01:50
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Hadley Eames covers Gemma Cousins with stones as they sunbathe on a hot Summer day at Brighton beach in Britain Photo: Reuters As Germany and Spain sweated and London sweltered through its hottest...
2015/07/03 18:43
2015/07/03 18:43
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To most of his classmates, Seifeddine Rezgui was a diligent student chasing top grades as a route out of poverty. He was a hip-hop fan, clean-shaven with “hair like Michael Jackson”, often swept back...
2015/07/03 17:28
2015/07/03 17:28
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Whether it's a cool new app helping find the best flight deal or a website to help book an authentic meal in a stranger's home in a foreign city, travel tech has made it easier than ever to make the...
2015/07/03 15:32
2015/07/03 15:32
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A gene therapy for cystic fibrosis has shown promising results in a study of 116 patients with the disease. CF affects around 10,000 people in the UK and is the most common lethal inherited disease...
2015/07/03 11:27
2015/07/03 11:27
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Mar�a Esther and Jos� Ram�n pictured just before they set off on their travels. :: SUR From the sea of negativity surrounding their generation emerge Mar�a Esther Lence and Jos� Ram�n Rodr�guez, two...
2015/07/03 08:28
2015/07/03 08:28
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In minor but life-altering ways, drugs used to treat certain illnesses can play on the moral fabric of the brain, reveals a study. Dopamine drugs make people selfish while those given...
2015/07/03 08:08
2015/07/03 08:08
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Vitamin B12 supplements offer no benefits for neurological or cognitive function in older people with moderate vitamin B12 deficiency, according to a new study published in the American Journal of...
2015/07/03 05:59
2015/07/03 05:59
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A RADICAL shake-up to save £1.3m at Oxford Town Hall will see more than half its departments scrapped and a new £90,000 executive job created. The Labour-controlled authority has slashed the number...
2015/07/03 01:36
2015/07/03 01:36
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Apprentices: How easy is it to create three million more? - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have...
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