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Thursday, 21 October 2010
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- Malaria fears escalate as most dangerous mosquito mutates into two species
- Silver found on Moon – and you thought it was made of cheese
- Evolution book wins science prize that could soon become extinct
- Scientists get glimpse of universe as it was 13 billion years ago
- 'Dr Death' to sell body parts over the internet
- Bob Guccione: Magazine publisher whose 'Penthouse'' fortune disappeared when his soft-porn empire crumbled
- Professor Benoit Mandelbrot: Mathematician whose development of fractal geometry increased our understanding of nature's complexity
- Ari Up: Rebellious and confrontational singer with punk-reggae band the Slits
- Johnny Sheffield: Child actor who played 'Boy' to Johnny Weissmuller's Tarzan
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- Vicky Pryce: The Chancellor doesn't need a Plan B
- Sean O'Grady: He may have gained the confidence of global investors, but he's shredded it at home
- Marcus Berkmann: No such thing as selling out
- John Rentoul: Will transsexuals destroy women's sport?
- John Rentoul: Why Clegg Changed His Mind
- Ben Chu: What did Ireland get wrong, Rupert?
- John Rentoul: The Sound of Silence
- John Rentoul: Will the Federal Reserve Cause a Civil War?
- Simon Blake: A policy obsession with teenage mothers? Yes please!
- Dr Jan Macvarish: Why is policy obsessed with teenage pregnancy?
- John Rentoul: Will the UK spending cuts actually take place?
- Ben Chu: Post hoc, propter hoc and the Great Depression
- John Rentoul: Flunking the test going forward
- Alastair Donald: Happy clappy architecture
- Robert Verkaik: This wife's victory will benefit rich husbands most of all
- Dr Raghunandan Singh Chundawat: Even this novel approach may not be enough to save the tiger
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- South Africa's 'Facebook' captivates young cell phone users
- Weekly home agenda: World Retail Conference
- From the USA to anywhere - how to ship gifts internationally.
- Halloween has adults reaching for their wallets
- Hot 'how to' video tutorials: buying the best technology for your money
- Will video games and make-up replace traditional toys?
- Japanese brewers serve up seasonal beers
- Giant food festival opens in Italy
- 'White gold' in high demand this season, cheaper in Asia
- Food trends to peak in 2011: special needs, urbanism, on-demand
- See 15 new foods from around the world awarded for innovation
- The culture of the Whopper: UAE, the Netherlands, 'Virgins'
- Hong Kong, Singapore restaurants best in Asia: report
- 'World's best gluten-free beer' released in the US
- Foodies to 'adopt' olive trees to get freshest olive oil from Italy
- How marathon runners can avoid 'the wall'
- Weekly health and fitness agenda: Men's Health World Congress
- 'Harm reduction cigarettes' light up health concerns
- Gene therapy could treat depression: US research
- Australian study finds diabetes link to flabby dads
- Man eats only potatoes for two months
- One in eight European kids upset by Internet content: poll
- New countertop may kill Staph with light
- Chocolate milk just got healthier
- Milder flu season expected this year
- South Asia is world's most climate-vulnerable region: study
- Your guide to gluten-free beers from around the world
- New motion-sensing games aim to get you fit
- 'Kinectimals' website launches to promote Kinect's digital pets
- Windows 7 celebrates one-year anniversary, being fastest-selling OS in the world
- 'Mega' technology trends for 2011
- Sony ships 1 million new Move controllers, preps for demand
- StumbleUpon top 5 rated websites: mountainous avalanche zone, alpine goats
- Weekly high-tech hot topics in the blogs: MacBook Air, Facebook privacy breach, WP7 reviews
- Weekly tech agenda: SocialTech 2010, Enterprise 2.0 Summit
- 'Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam' priced in new trailer
- Current Twitter trends: Bilbo Baggins, Martin Freeman, Maria Sharapova, Baracka Flacka
- 'It Gets Better' message for gay youth in US goes viral
- Current Twitter trends: Nike 600K, the death of Bob Guccione, Mac App, iLife
- Super Twario mixes Twitter with old-school platformer
- Samsung Galaxy on sale in US next month for 600 dollars
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- 'TRON: Legacy' rolls out merchandise lines
- Bilbo Baggins and others cast in 'The Hobbit'
- Hong Kong kicks off film fest with China focus
- 'Paranormal Activity 2' spooks 'Jackass 3D'
- Film trailer: Wes Craven's 'Scream 4'
- Hobbit films poised to leave New Zealand: director
- Murphy, Stiller, Sidibe and Pena join 'Heist'
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Travellers to France warned over protests
- Weekly travel agenda: Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show
- China launches own version of Google Earth
- Weekly hotel openings roundup - France, Japan, Peru and the US
- The Bunny empire to begin expanding... Again
- Weekly top iPhone apps: book, plan and organise your holiday
Sustained immigration has not harmed Britons' employment, say government advisers
Australia facing international condemnation after turning around Sri Lankans at sea
7/7 memorial defaced on anniversary of 2005 attacks with ‘Blair lied thousands died’ graffiti
Even when it brutalises one of its own teenage citizens, America is helpless against Israel
Socialist Worker called to apologise over ‘vile’ article saying Eton schoolboy Horatio Chapple's death is ‘reason to save the polar bears’
There’s a nasty smell in the political air – and it’s coming from the Tories
- 1 Howard Jacobson: Let's see the 'criticism' of Israel for what it really is
- 3 Belgium fan Axelle Despiegelaere lands L'Oreal campaign after World Cup viral photo
- 4 Britney Spears sings 'Alien' without Auto-Tune in embarrassing leaked audio clip
- 5 PornHub begs users to stop uploading video clips of Brazil getting beaten 7-1
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