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article 28 January 2015
A decision is due to be made on whether beavers living on the River Otter in Devon should be allowed to remain put or be moved to a wildlife sanctuary.
Devon beavers living in wild given reprieve

Beavers living on the River Otter in Devon are to be allowed to remain there, rather than be moved to a wildlife sanctuary, in what campaigners called "an historic moment".

article 28 January 2015 UK
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Why is asthma so difficult to diagnose?

More than one million people receiving treatment for asthma may have been misdiagnosed because the causes are not well understood, a health watchdog says.

article 28 January 2015 UK
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Companies House spelling mistake caused firm's collapse

The government has been left with a 9million legal bill after a tiny spelling error caused the collapse of a 124-year-old Welsh family business.

article 28 January 2015 World, Syria
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In pictures: Kurds celebrate as IS pushed out of Kobani

Kurdish groups celebrate after a four-month battle against Islamic State forces for control of Kobani sees major parts of the city reclaimed in recent days.

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Read more from Geoff White on Technology Apple iPhone: profit but where's the vision?

What we have under Tim Cook is a company with rock-solid accounts, but a serious case of creative drought.

article 28 January 2015 World, Japan
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Japan condemns Islamic State hostage video

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe brands as "despicable" a new video from the Islamic State group threatening to kill a second Japanese hostage.

article 28 January 2015 World, United States
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Apple reports biggest quarterly profit in corporate history

Technology firm Apple makes profits of $18bn in the final quarter of 2014, smashing sales expectations and making Apple the biggest ever quarterly earner for a public company.

video 27 January 2015 World, Germany

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Belsen survivor: the camp was something from hell - video

Mala Tribich, a Holocaust survivor of Bergen-Belsen, tells Channel 4 News that her experiences in the camp were like "something out of hell".

video 27 January 2015 Business

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Businesses 'less enthusiastic' if Labour wins election

Advertising executive, Sir Martin Sorrell, tells Channel 4 News that if Labour wins the election, business will not be as enthusiastic as it would be if a Tory-led coalition was in power.

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Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: are Muslims killing the great British pub?

Could a rise in the number of non-drinking Muslims explain the decline of the British pub? FactCheck finds out.

post 27 January 2015
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Libyans hope for law and order as country is torn apart

Today's attack on the Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, Libya, is a symbol of the anarchy that has come to characterise the country.

post 27 January 2015
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Crime is changing, and technology is playing a major role

News last week that crime rates had fallen to a record low gives an indication as to how that shift is taking place.

post 27 January 2015
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Boston in shutdown as New York enjoys a snow day

Massachusetts has been badly hit by the US east coast snow blizzard, but in New York, where only a few inches of snow fell overnight, the mayor talked of a "better safe than sorry scenario".

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Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Hung parliament predictions harden, coalition recedes

The odds of a coalition after 2015 recede in your mind the more you chat around Westminster. It's not impossible. But it's not a hot favourite either.

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'Our past must not become our children's future' - video

Auschwitz survivor Roman Kent delivers an emotional address to a memorial marking 70 years since the camp's liberation, warning the world not to allow a repeat of the crimes of the Holocaust.

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Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Genocide: a term we use too often or not enough

"For 30 years I said nothing. But now, if these children meet someone who denies the Holocaust they can say, 'No - Solly Irving came to see us. He stood before us. He told us'."

post 27 January 2015
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy UK's economic growth powered by consumer spending

While official figures show Britain's economy grew in the last quarter of 2014, there are reasons why we shouldn't celebrate just jet.

post 27 January 2015
Read more on Michael's blog Labour told to pick more BME candidates in winnable seats

So far, in the 36 seats where Labour MPs are retiring in May, the party has picked only one BME candidate. The Conservatives, in contrast, have chosen six BME candidates so far in their 34 "retiremen

post 27 January 2015
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Burnham in spotlight for Labour's 10-year NHS plan

If this winter has identified anything it is that the health and social care system is not working together as well as it should. Indeed, some less kindly souls might say it's barely working at all.

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A lukewarm response from the British PM to Syriza’s victory in the Greek elections:

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