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Male DNA is commonly found in the brains of women, a study has found.

Chris Blackhurst: Will Amazon be the new beast in our supermarkets jungle once it gets fresh?

One evening this week, I dined with a senior executive from one of our biggest supermarket groups. I'm covering my tracks because we agreed the conversation was off the record. However, I'm sure he would not mind if I went public on one subject. It wasn't about his position or his company per se but concerned the future of his entire industry.

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Artisanal smoked trout salad with your Starbucks coffee?

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Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, left, at a US training centre last year

US soldier accused of Afghan massacre to meet lawyers

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BP shares are lifted by £4.9bn settlement over oil spill in Gulf

Shares in BP yesterday rose by nearly 2 per cent as the City digested the oil major's £4.9bn settlement with restaurants, fishermen, hotel owners and other businesses and individuals affected by the Gulf of Mexico disaster.

Rick Santorum is hugged by his wife Karenafter speaking at a rally in Oklahoma City

Can Santorum clean up in the Bible belt? you better believe it

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Andrew Breitbart: Controversial Republican activist

The conservative US publisher and activist Andrew Breitbart, an outspoken critic of mainstream media, died at the age of 43 yesterday in Los Angeles of an apparent heart attack. The Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry wrote: "RIP O Mighty Warrior!" in a message on Twitter, the medium where Breitbart confronted his critics with often abrasive messages. His final message had called a follower "a putz".

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Orange jumpsuit for nine-year-old who's accused of shooting girl

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Christopher Tappin with his wife Elaine outside Heathrow police station

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Starbucks to sell alcohol– if you're an Americano

The world's largest coffee chain already boasts that it offers 87,000 different drink combinations. Now alongside the soy lattes, caramel frappuccinos and espresso con pannas, Starbucks is to begin offering a more potent option.

US student found dead in Barcelona

Spanish police are investigating the death of a US student in Barcelona but say so far do not suspect foul play.

Benjamin Colton Barnes, the war veteran in whose car weapons were found

War veteran found dead after park manhunt

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Luke Donald on the18th green after sinking a putt for a birdie

Donald seals double and lets the tears roll

Never has a 50-footer across the final green for an eagle and a victory been so overshadowed. Like everyone who understands the vagaries and rigours of professional golf, the winner Alvaro Quiros would have appreciated why Luke Donald was commanding the spotlight. Here was history to hail.

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