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2015/05/26 14:21
2015/05/26 14:21
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Are floating farms the answer to solving world hunger? Fish and crops harvested on ocean rigs could feed Earth's rising population A team from Barcelona has designed floating farms that could feed...
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2015/05/26 06:09
2015/05/26 06:09
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... in engineering work in the same way as breakthroughs in literature, music and lifestyle – an accumulation of different discoveries (or influences) is required to create the final...
2015/05/25 16:35
2015/05/25 16:35
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This is what London will look like in the near future, experts say London is set to look a little different in the near future – with cows grazing on top of super-skyscrapers, bridges spanning miles,...
2015/05/23 04:27
2015/05/23 04:27
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Court gives life term to Briton for making bombs targeting US troops LONDON, United Kingdom - A taxi driver in London, who was convicted of making bombs to target American troops in Iraq, was on...
2015/05/22 08:48
2015/05/22 08:48
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They were still hawking tickets on Thursday, pointing out on Twitter that you could still secure your seat for arguably the richest and potentially one of the most pivotal matches in Newcastle...
2015/05/21 22:47
2015/05/21 22:47
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A World War 2 bomb was found near wembley stadium. Everyone within 400 metres being evacuated. pic.twitter.com/YFe4Lit8r7 Britain's Got Talent rehearsals were halted today as the studio and...
2015/05/20 22:47
2015/05/20 22:47
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A GP who attacked two Tube workers screaming 'I'm a doctor' when she could not get through the ticket gate has kept her job. Dr Sahar Al-Khashaly, 53, 'lost all self-control' at Leicester Square Tube...
2015/05/18 09:33
2015/05/18 09:33
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How kung fu and Modi might change the future of Bollywood in China Bollywood has made its presence felt in several countries around the world—from Pakistan to Kenya to Canada. But the globetrotting...
2015/05/15 13:13
2015/05/15 13:13
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Regent Street Cinema London’s oldest cinema has just been reopened, having been closed to the public for 35 years. Owned by the University of Westminster, it hosted the first ever screening of moving...
2015/05/15 07:50
2015/05/15 07:50
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The BT telecommunications tower stands behind a University of Westminster campus building in central London, February 26, 2015. . LONDON Britain's telecoms regulator Ofcom has proposed opening up...
2015/05/12 16:49
2015/05/12 16:49
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In London, share prices soared as a new Conservative government emerged victorious from last week’s election. The prospect of immediate stability saw traders breath a sigh of relief but some experts...
2015/05/12 12:29
2015/05/12 12:29
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On April 27th 2015, Loretta Lynch broke another glass ceiling for all women of colour around the world. On that day, she was sworn in as the 83rd Attorney General of the United States of America in...
2015/05/11 23:37
2015/05/11 23:37
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The Prime Minister promoted several women and acolytes of George Osborne as he named his first all-Tory Cabinet, increasing the Chancellor’s grip on the Government – and his chances of succeeding Mr...
2015/05/11 18:56
2015/05/11 18:56
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LONDON: The BBC faces renewed funding concerns following the appointment of John Whittingdale as British culture secretary, though there remains little chance of a major overhaul of the public...
2015/05/10 12:37
2015/05/10 12:37
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Shares in the sportswear retailer jumped 4.5 per cent at the news that Ed Miliband, who had promised to ban zero-hours contracts, would not become the next prime minister – adding £95m to the...
2015/05/09 07:08
2015/05/09 07:08
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The ‘Road map net children 2020’ was a two-day conference held in Berlin a few days ago during which policymakers, academics, industry members and NGOs deliberated on children’s protection, living...
2015/05/08 02:37
2015/05/08 02:37
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The 999-year lease on 120 New Cavendish Street was sold for £44m this week. The price agreed for the 32,500 sq ft office block is well in excess of the £38m that the property agents Michael Elliott...
2015/05/07 13:50
2015/05/07 13:50
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Shoppers wait outside a branch of Sports Direct in Brighton southern England December 15, 2011. LONDON (Reuters) - Sports Direct, Britain's biggest sporting goods retailer, is on the hunt for a new...
2015/05/05 19:37
2015/05/05 19:37
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Now 120 years on from that first demonstration, the historic site that marked the birthplace of public cinema in the UK is to welcome filmgoers once again. The new 187-seat Regent Street Cinema in...
2015/05/02 20:37
2015/05/02 20:37
24d
... was quite a closed Communist country when I was growing up. But, though I lived in a rural village, I loved Shakespeare and Sherlock Holmes and was intrigued by Europe – even if government...
2015/05/26 14:21
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