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Shares in Michael Page fell more than 4 per cent yesterday as the recruitment firm's chief executive claimed Britain was not flourishing as strongly as economists claim, saying: "I don't think we're going to boom as fast as sentiment."

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Archaeologists discover dinosaur tail in Mexico's desert

The five-metre tail was the first ever found in the country

Mexican clay artist Alejandro Santiago dies of heart attack aged 49

Alejandro Santiago, a Mexican artist who filled the streets of his home town with clay figures to represent the migrants who left for the United States, has died at the age of 49.

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Chris Reynolds became one thousand times wealthier than the total combined GDP of the whole planet

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Manchester United defender Rafael desperate for chance to play for Brazil again

The right-back has fallen out of favour since the Olympics

A Mexican soldier stands guard beside a placard with pictures of alleged drug cartels members already arrested

The who's who of the murderous Mexican drug wars

After the capture of the notoriously brutal leader of the Zetas drug cartel, we look at the background to the slaughter that haunts the country where Miguel Angel Trevino Morales was a key player

The British Ambassador in Spain, Giles Paxman

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Jeremy Paxman’s diplomat brother unwittingly allowed the British Embassy in Mexico City to be used as a showroom for bogus bomb detectors, a court has heard.

Leninguer Carballido was certified dead by his family in 2010, but recently won an election

'Dead' man elected mayor in Mexico

Relatives forged a death certificate in order to get an arrest warrant dropped

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Belle Vie is a historic sugar cane planter’s house in the state of Louisiana, open for tourists, school visits and wedding receptions; the estate manager, Caren, is the great-granddaughter of slaves who worked on the plantation.

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Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez believes there is currently no other goalkeeper in the world on a par with his team-mate David De Gea.

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