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The US economy grew at an annualised rate of 3.1% in the third quarter of this year - faster than previously thought.
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Digger firm JCB reveals the best financial results in its 66-year history, with a £2.75bn turnover for 2011.
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The chairman of Northern Ireland's Parades Commission appeals for calm ahead of the Protestant Orange Order's annual Twelfth of July marches.
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German geologists find evidence that a tsunami recorded by the ancient historian Herodotus did indeed save a Greek village from Persian invaders.
S&P downgrades Spain's credit rating to one level above junk, highlighting a deepening recession and mounting pressure on Madrid's finances.
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A man who has been playing the computer game Civilisation II for ten years describes the year 3991 AD as a hellish nightmare of suffering and devastation. Dr Jo Twist, of the Association for UK Interactive Entertainment, and Daniel Knowles, from the Telegraph and a fan of the game, discuss whether the game is a dark dystopian predictor of our own future as a race or a spectacular waste of time.
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