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1 US hosts anti-extremism summit after global terror attacks
2 Banks to allow account access using fingerprint tech
3 Can Lithuania turn brain drain into brain gain?
4 Islamic State militants 'burn to death 45 in Iraq'
5 Doctors 'should snoop on antibiotic prescribing'
6 Nutella recipes for hardcore fans
7 David Cameron: Unemployed young 'should do community work'
8 The men who smuggle the loot that funds IS
9 Ucas admissions system to include European universities
10 England's councils 'on cliff-edge' owing to cuts
11 Darlington council wrong to take child from EDL father
12 Daily Telegraph's Peter Oborne resigns over HSBC coverage
13 10 Hours of Walking in Paris as a Jew
14 Greece is set to request a loan extension, reports say
15 N/A
16 Lesley Gore, It's My Party singer, dies aged 68
17 Boycotting Bali over the death sentence
18 Thousands protest against Boko Haram in Niger capital
19 Nigeria attacks kill dozens as Boko Haram releases video
20 Newspaper headlines: Bishops' letter and low inflation
21 N/A
22 Sony takes pre-orders for smart glasses
23 Barbie doll will be internet connected to chat to kids
24 Color-blind aid for World of Warcraft game
25 Anger over BBC radio streaming changes
26 US drone rules impact Amazon plans
27 Digital skills should be core subjects, says report
28 Cyber-security experts judge '$1 billion bank hack'
29 Kim Dotcom's lawyer plays down Megaupload worker's guilty plea
30 Facebook bug allows man to delete your photos
31 Need for Speed video game police car on school run
32 Virgin Media's rural broadband plans anger campaigners
33 Google's Vint Cerf warns of 'digital Dark Age'
34 Amazon Prime charges anger customers
35 Fake luxury goods online sites closed by police
36 'eBay-style online courts could resolve smaller claims'
37 Fitbit says new wearable device can cause skin rash
38 The school growing a digital forest in Rwanda
39 Is your toaster a silent recruit in a 'thingbot' army?
40 Could driverless cars own themselves?
41 How to get a date using data this Valentine's Day
42 Introverts: These emojis have been designed just for you
43 How cyber-cops are taking the fight to online fraudsters
44 Apple bans 'bonded servitude' for factory workers
45 Syria 'agrees to stop Aleppo strikes for six weeks'
46 Film shows Chelsea fans in Paris Metro incident
47 Where teachers' brains detect student confusion
48 N/A
49 David Cameron 'strongly supports' grammar expansion
50 Primary pupils need sex-and-relationships education, say MPs
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52 Gordon Brown proposes Pakistan school security plan
53 Child abuse report: Too many children still at risk
54 Self-harm among children in Scotland on the rise
55 Dyfed-Powys Police criticised over children cases
56 DNA test funding could 'end family court battles'
57 Miliband in 'apprenticeship guarantee' for school leavers
58 Schools exclude pupils needing support 'too often'
59 Seven big myths about top-performing school systems
60 US targets debts for dead-end degrees
61 Could time travel really take place?
62 Is an American university degree worth the cost?
63 Doctors 'should snoop on antibiotic prescribing'
64 Cigarette packet law 'would save lives'
65 Tomorrow's mothers 'need obesity help'
66 Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust declares 'black alert'
67 'Skunk-like cannabis' increases risk of psychosis, study suggests
68 Ebola outbreak: Liberia schools reopen after six months
69 Obese could lose benefits if they refuse treatment--PM
70 Unlabelled nuts in food prompts Food Standards Agency investigation
71 Binge-drinking continues to fall in young adults
72 Alexandra Hospital in Redditch sees all A&E consultants quit
73 HRT 'increases ovarian cancer risk'
74 A&E waits improve across England
75 Screen name choice is key to finding love online
76 Ebola healthcare workers discharged
77 Law to make reporting of FGM mandatory
78 Advice issued on secret care home filming
79 Row over sugar firms' links to scientists
80 George the Poet: Jokes about autism are ignorant
81 Are we now on half measures?
82 Hospitals are developing ways to ease pressure on A&E
83 Could fining parents cut childhood obesity?
84 Could smart phones help provide mental health care?
85 The winemaker who had to relearn how to taste and smell
86 Defeating cancer, the 'evil genius'
87 'Focus on fitness not fatness'
88 Let there be light: Helping people through dark days
89 Why do starburst galaxies 'burst'?
90 Light reveals new details of Gauguin's creative process
91 Large scale study warns of unsustainable ecological decline in rural China
92 UNL researcher: More infectious diseases emerging because of climate change
93 Potential new breathalyzer for lung cancer screening
94 Humans altering Adriatic ecosystems more than nature, UF study shows
95 A new spin on spintronics
96 With new data, Planck satellite brings early universe into focus
97 Ancient rocks show life could have flourished on Earth 3.2 billion years ago
98 Novel solid-state nanomaterial platform enables terahertz photonics
99 Study details impact of Deepwater Horizon oil on beach microbial communities
100 Mothers can pass traits to offspring through bacteria's DNA
101 Anticoagulant linked with lower risk of death following heart attack compared to heparin
102 Plants survive better through mass extinctions than animals
103 New solder for semiconductors creates technological possibilities
104 Genetic evidence shows penguins have 'bad taste'
105 Autism genes activate during fetal brain development
106 State funding boosts stem cell research in California, other states
107 UI engineers find switchgrass removes PCBs from soils
108 Bee disease reduced by nature's 'medicine cabinet,' Dartmouth-led study finds
109 A close call of 0.8 light years
110 Epigenomics of Alzheimer's disease progression