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Drugs-bust primate given UK asylum

Tue. 19/08/14

A primate confiscated during a drugs raid by police in the Maldives is flown 5,000 miles to the UK to start a new life.

Iceland raises volcano alert level

Mon. 18/08/14

The risk of an eruption at Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano has increased, as well as the risk level to the aviation industry, meteorologists say.

Elephant deaths reach tipping point

Mon. 18/08/14

Africa's elephants have reached a tipping point, where more are being killed each year by poachers than are being born, a study suggests.

SeaWorld to redesign its whale tank

Sat. 16/08/14

The US marine park SeaWorld is to build a new killer whale enclosure as criticism grows over how the park handles the animals.

Magpies 'don't steal shiny objects'

Sat. 16/08/14

Science dispels the popular myth that magpies like to steal shiny objects for their nests.

Nokia's N8 smartphone on show

Tue. 14/09/10

Rory Cellan-Jones gets a run-through of the new touchscreen mobile at Nokia World in London.

Halo Reach game fans queue

Tue. 14/09/10

Stores across the world have been opening at midnight to give gamers the chance to buy the last game in the Halo series from Bungie.

Who will win Thai 3G licences?

Mon. 13/09/10

Thailand's much delayed auction for 3G network licences is just a week from getting under way

New generation of electric cars

Mon. 13/09/10

Prince Charles hosts eco-car show

Japan launches first GPS satellite

Sat. 11/09/10

The Japanese Space Agency (Jaxa) has launched a rocket carrying the country's first GPS satellite.

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