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Caskets containing the remains of AirAsia QZ8501 passengers recovered from the sea are carried to a military transport plane to be taken to Surabaya 02/01/2015
AirAsia sea search finds more bodies
More bodies are recovered from the Java Sea after the AirAsia flight QZ8501 crash, bringing the total found so far to 30, rescue officials say.
Steven Gerrard Gerrard decision 'shocks' team-mates
Crunches How to get in shape without going broke
Atlantis of the East Pick of 2014: The Atlantis of the East
Reading Ten New Year’s reading resolutions
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The Ezadeen vessel being towed by the Icelandic coast guard ship Tyr - 2 January 2015
Italy coastguard board migrant ship
Italian authorities say they have taken control of a ship carrying 450 migrants that was abandoned by its crew off the coast of Italy.
Prince Andrew Prince Andrew sex case claim denied
Kenya court blocks security law
Saudi king suffering from pneumonia
Apple sued over 'shrinking' storage
A health worker attends to a patient at the maternity ward in the government hospital in Koidu, Kono district in eastern Sierra Leone, December 20, 2014 Ebola outbreak 'will end in 2015'
Sweden protest against mosque fires
Florida man decapitates mother
Ukraine nationalists march in Kiev
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Draghi comments send euro lower
The value of the euro has fallen to its lowest level since the middle of 2010, following comments from Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank.
Wall Street shares in New Year boost
Macau revenue sees first yearly fall
Thomas Piketty rejects France award
Russia inflation up as rouble falls
SPORT
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Murray eases past Nadal in Abu Dhabi
Andy Murray coasts to a 6-2 6-0 victory over world number three Rafael Nadal in the Mubadala World Tennis Championship.
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Ronnie Radford: Ultimate FA Cup hero
King company buys 15% of Rangers
Stokes joins Renegades in Big Bash
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Iraq fighting keeps starlings away
Kurds in northern Iraq have said that fighting now means it is harder to capture starlings, as the flocks are getting thinner.
Flock of starlings Iraq fighting keeps starlings away
Afghan music student Ghufran Umar who is learning the sarinda Reviving the Afghan musical soul
Golf course hole Can supersized holes recruit golfers?
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Busy Delhi street Old cars banned over Delhi's dirty air
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Edward Herrmann Gilmore Girls star Herrmann dies
Presley's private jets up for sale
Bono guitar fears after bike crash
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Lung cancer cells Most cancer types 'just bad luck'
Knighthood for 'father of Viagra'
First Ebola case linked to bat play
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Hands on a computer in India Anger at India website blocking
Nasa to hack 'amnesiac' Mars rover
Child porn tops Tor hidden site visits
SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENT
cocoa bean New home for cocoa quarantine
New frog 'gives birth to tadpoles'
Rising sea to claim 7,000 properties
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AUTOS
Jaguar blows its top
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This Mini is secretly Italian
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Buildings to look out for in 2015
New architecture from Sydney to Sweden
Ten books to read in 2015
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FUTURE
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Pushing the boundaries of what’s possible
The girls who never age
The future of safe sex?
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One of Australia’s most remote communities
‘Walking on water’ in Slovakia
A movie tour for Manhattan lovers
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YEAR IN REVIEW
Sex on film
Sex on screen: No longer taboo?
Blue Is the Warmest Colour and Nymphomaniac both attracted attention for their graphic sexual content. What does the explicit trend mean for films? Nicholas Barber reports.
THE GENIUS BEHIND
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Six lessons geniuses can teach us
Whether it’s designing a supersonic vehicle, helping the blind to see or creating space history, what can we learn from the great minds behind these feats?
THE IT GIRL
Madame X - who is she?
Who was the mysterious Madame X?
John Singer Sargent’s infamous portrait scandalised late-19th Century Paris. But who was the woman in the painting? Jason Farago investigates.
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