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Rolf Harris investigation into alleged sex abuse moves to Australia

43-year-old woman in New South Wales believed to have been questioned by Scotland Yard detectives

Liberty Head 'Walton' nickel from 1913 rakes in more than $3m at auction

The 5 cent coin was one of five produced illegally by a rogue US Mint worker

Raul Castro's daughter Mariela refused entry visa to Philadelphia to accept award for gay rights activism

The daughter of Cuban president Raul Castro has been refused permission to travel to Philadelphia, despite being invited to receive an award for her gay rights activism there.

London council worker jailed for two years over terrorism discs that contained footage of beheadings and executions

A council worker from London has been jailed for two years after admitting having 300 computer discs of terrorist material in his car and home.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev transferred to prison hospital

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 19-year-old charged with setting off the shrapnel-packed pressure cooker bombs that killed three people at last week's Boston Marathon has been transferred from a civilian hospital to a federal medical detention centre.

Starbucks is right not to pay UK tax because it makes no profit, says coffee chain's tax advisor

Starbucks is justified in not paying tax in the UK because it has not made any profits in the country, according a senior figure from the firm that advises the coffee chain on its tax affairs.

Twitter losing cat and mouse game with pro-Assad Syrian hackers who 'blew up the White House'

Twitter's security staff seem to be fighting a losing battle against Syria-based pro-Assad hackers, whose reach has now spread to US financial markets.

Introducing the mind control mobile: Samsung says it is testing smartphone controlled by brain waves

Mobile phone giant Samsung has revealed that it is tworking on a smartphone that can be controlled by a user's brainwaves.

Scientists take on the might of Qwerty with Kalq 'thumb keyboard' for smartphones and tablets that can get you typing 34% faster

It's always risky business taking on a classic. Just ask the guy who invented the MiniDisc player.

Woman died of cancer after being refused smear test for being too young

Becky Ryder was told she could not be screened before 25th birthday and diagnosed with a different condition

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The week Hollywood got scared and had to grow up a bit

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Thirties murder mystery novel is surprise runaway Christmas hit

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Anne-Marie Huby: 'Charities deserve the best'

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From noble to narky, the fall of the open letter

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