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Firms were quick to seize their chances when China finally opened up

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Johnny Depp has spoken publicly for the first time about his break-up with partner, the French actress and singer Vanessa Paradis.

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Tribute band The Bootleg Beatles will go head-to-head with Sir Mick Jagger and co during the Somerset festival in two weeks' time

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LulzSec hackers sentenced for sophisticated global cyber-attacks

Two jailed, another sent to young offenders unit and fourth handed suspended sentence

Amelia Andersdotter has been in the UK for a piracy debate

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Prime Minister David Cameron shakes hands with Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud

British military team will be sent to Somalia to train troops and help combat human rights abuses

UK will also contribute to a £50 million international fund for the state

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Real Inferno for Dan Brown translators who toil in underground bunker to decode his latest book

Even Dante could not have conjured quite such a hellish punishment: for almost two months, 11 people were confined to an underground bunker in Italy and forced to read the new novel by Dan Brown – all day, every day. Brown's Inferno, which reportedly makes repeated reference to Dante's Inferno, is due for publication on 14 May.

Game over: Developers Patrick (left) and Daniel Klug

The pair making online pirates pay

In a bid to stop people downloading their new title for free, the Klug brothers created a version of their Game Dev Tycoon game that would virtually bankrupt anyone who tried it. Jamie Merrill reports

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If you do something to someone’s intimate bits which you know s/he has not consented to or is unable to consent to, you are committing sexual assault or rape

Volvo round the world race delays decision on how to deal with threat of pirate attacks

Eight boats, all built to the new 65-foot design, are expected to leave Alicante, Spain

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George Petherbridge: Swashbuckling footballer loved for his work rate and flair

Glance at a photograph of George Petherbridge in his 1950s Bristol Rovers heyday and he appears old before his time. The expression is watchful, almost anxious, and when seen taking to the pitch in the flesh at Eastville – Rovers' much-missed former headquarters, now the site of a vast convenience furniture store – the 5ft 4in Devon-born winger might have seemed a vulnerable figure, especially in comparison to the full-backs charged with marking him, often muscular hulks who appeared capable of eating him alive.

Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi resigned after Italy sent two marines to India to face trial for killing two fishermen

Italian minister quits after marines are sent back to India to face trial for killing two fishermen

The Italian Foreign Minister quit today after his government returned two marines to India to face trial for killing two fishermen.

Italian ambassador to India, Daniele Mancini, has had his travel ban extended 'until further notice'

India extends travel ban on Italian ambassador Daniele Mancini over missing marines who shot fishermen

The Indian Supreme Court today extended a travel ban on the Italian ambassador Daniele Mancini “until further notice,” escalating the diplomatic stand-off between the two countries.

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