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The government hopes the Help to Buy ISA will put young people on the property ladder
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership aims to create the world's biggest free trade zone
Decades after its 1975 release, Jaws remains a global phenomenon
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Argentina's interest in 'the Malvinas' had been simmering for years before war roke out in the Falklands
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Soco International accused of paying soldiers who beat, intimidated and killed opponents of oil exploration
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Campaigners say the landmark ruling 'sends a strong message' to perpetrators of the crime
Consumers can now ditch internet providers if they fail to provide the minimum speed they promised
Thousands are quarantined in South Korea as the death toll from the Mers outbreak continues to rise
The invasive tests are a gross violation of women's rights but are still openly carried out in many societies
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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will star Eddie Redmayne as 'magiczoologist' Newt Scamander
New specifications for hand luggage set to clear up the confusion over carry-on baggage allowances