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BBC News - Botanic gardens 'play role in invasive ...


Evidence suggests that botanic gardens play a part in the spread of invasive alien species, which have escaped from collections, a study concludes.

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BBC News - Germans stage 'biggest protest' against...


In Germany, protesters have staged what they said was the country's biggest ever demonstration against nuclear power.

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BBC News - Hugh Laurie to perform at Cheltenham Ja...


Actor Hugh Laurie is to make his UK musical debut at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival.

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BBC News - Bob Geldof: 'People won't hear my album...


Bob Geldof has returned to recording, but he's not expecting stellar sales. "There's all this baggage that comes with me," says the musician.

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BBC News - Huhne warns over rushing to 'nuclear ju...


Energy Secretary Chris Huhne warns people not to "rush to judgement" about the safety of nuclear power in the UK after the Cabinet discusses the future of UK policy.

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BBC News - Zinc 'can treat the common cold'


Taking zinc syrup, tablets or lozenges can lessen the severity and duration of the common cold, experts believe.

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BBC News - Yemen's President Saleh 'negotiating' d...


Yemen's veteran President, Ali Abdullah Saleh, is negotiating his departure from power during talks with the opposition, but will not go immediately, government officials say.

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BBC News - Artists' fears over Dylan Thomas Centre...


More than 200 writers, artists and supporters of Swansea's Dylan Thomas Centre write expressing concerns about its future use.

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BBC News - Market research and the primitive mind ...


Market researchers are using emotion recognition technology to find out how people really feel about products and brands.

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From candy floss to rock: Study provides new evide...


The earliest rocks in our Solar System were more like candy floss than the hard rock that we know today, according to research published today in the journal Nature Geoscience.

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