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World Bank sees end of poverty in 2030

Before saying a word at a press conference in Washington this year, World Bank president Jim Yong Kim held up a piece of paper on which he had scrawled a number: 2030.<p>The finance ministers and central bankers who set the World Bank's agenda had just signed off on his request to set a deadline – 17 …

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White House finally reinstalling solar panels

It took a while, but the White House is finally reinstalling solar panels.<p><b>The History on White House Solar</b><br>In 1979, when Jimmy Carter was President, …

"I should probably call you granny", joked The Duke of Cambridge as he awarded Dame Helen Mirren with a Bafta Fellowship last night. See more Bafta highlights: http://fw.to/ky05G1P (Picture: Rex)

All-Lego Episode Of 'The Simspons' To Air In May

'The Simpsons' might have jumped the shark sometime in the late 90s, but that doesn't mean TV's longest-running sitcom can't still put together a new …

From birds fighting in domestic back gardens, to stunning scenic vistas in remote parts of the world - here are the colourful entries to the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition: http://bbc.in/1mdhrdX

Team GB's Lizzy Yarnold wins gold in the skeleton http://bbc.in/1jeUzpl #sochi2014

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Color-code test finds 10x more biomarkers - Futurity

U. WASHINGTON (US) — A new method for color-coding cells lets scientists illuminate 100 biomarkers …


Huge cancer study uncovers 74 genetic risk factors

But genetic tests of 200,000 people reveal no clear cause-and-effect.<p>One of the largest cancer genetics studies ever conducted adds a wealth of …