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80-foot high 'sex toy' sculpture raises a furore in Paris

Paris - An inflatable sculpture erected on a famous Parisian square has kicked up a fuss, with its artist even being attacked in the street.

Review: BBC's Human Universe asks the question: Why are we here? Special

Each one of us is made from matter, so what unites every person living on our planet and how did we get to be here and exist. Professor Brian Cox attempts to explain in his BBC documentary, the Human Planet.

Tory welfare minister says disabled 'not worth the full wage'

The UK opposition Labour Party is urging a welfare minister to resign, after comments made at a Conservative Party fringe meeting suggested disabled people could be paid less than the minimum wage.

Mrs Clooney to fight for return of Greek monuments from Britain

Newly-wed Mrs Clooney, formerly Amal Alamuddin, has flown into Greece to help the nation try and claim back the Parthenon marbles from Britain.

Little boy lost finds his way back home using Google Earth

A five-year old Indian boy who went missing from his home in 1986 has found his mother after discovering the place he grew up in on Google Earth.

Injecting garlic could save trees from deadly diseases

Injecting trees with a concentrated form of garlic could save many species from a number of deadly diseases, an environmental department in the UK has been told.

Video: Man escorted off plane after joking he might have Ebola

Punta Cana - It looks like a scene from a Hollywood disaster movie, where an African-American man sneezes and then jokes he "may have the Ebola virus." But airport security did not see the funny side.

UKIP deliver 'earthquake' with first elected Member of Parliament

The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) has gained its first elected Member of Parliament, with Tory-defector Douglas Carswell romping home with a 12,000-plus majority at the Clacton by-election.

Op-Ed: A bun fight — the mud of the Middle East

Several years ago I attended a gentleman’s evening with buffet and drink offered in copious amounts. As the drink flowed and noise levels were building up, the atmosphere became a little volatile. Then it all kicked off and became very riotous.

NASA is inviting the public to send their names on a chip to Mars

Wouldn't it be great if your name could collect frequent flyer miles, particularly when it goes on board the first journey to Mars?

Research develops green tea antioxidant as a cancer-fighting tool

Green tea is well known for its anti-oxidant, cancer-fighting, anti-ageing and anti-microbial wonders; and now a study from the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology has used the health advantages of green tea to directly fight cancer cells.

F1: Lewis Hamilton wins in Japan but Bianchi in intensive care

Lewis Hamilton, the British driver who won the Japanese Grand Prix ahead of his team mate Nico Rosberg, described his victory as an "anti-climax" following the horrific crash which saw Marussia driver Jules Bianchi suffer a severe head injury.

English summer finally ends with autumnal splash of colour Special

The humble and quiet transformations of autumn, grass begins to show its new hue and leaves fall and display a vibrancy of colours that wouldn't look out of place on an artist's palette.

Protest scuppers NASA's commercial spacecraft plans

Ambitious plans from NASA to work on two new commercial spacecraft could be scuppered, or face a long delay, after an eliminated contender lodges a formal complaint and protested about the contract award process.

NBC cameraman tests positive for Ebola, will be flown to U.S.

Monrovia - A 33-year old cameraman working for the NBC network in Liberia has tested positive for the Ebola virus. He will be flown back to the U.S. on Friday for treatment.

Virgin Money to float shares on the London Stock Exchange

Virgin Money, a UK-based bank part-owned by Sir Richard Branson, is to float shares on the London Stock Exchange. The bank is hoping to raise about £150 million ($240m) to support growth plans.

Op-Ed: UK supermarket wars: Sainsbury's report another fall in profits

It may not be good news in the boardroom of J Sainsbury's in Holborn, central London, but consumers will enjoy a supermarket price war. The latest figures released on Wednesday show profits at the UK-based chain down 2.8 percent.

Eating curry may boost brain repair and ward off dementia

An ingredient used in many curry dishes and favourite Indian spice meals may boost the brain's ability to heal, according to scientists in Germany.

Four large fireballs reported across eastern United States

The American Meteor Society is reporting four large fireballs over various parts of the eastern United States. Witnesses first spotted the fireballs on Tuesday but many also saw the strange sights into Wednesday.

Date announced for London Underground to run 24-hour service

London - It has taken some time for the city to run an all-night tube service, but London has finally announced a date for when the underground will run all night during Fridays and Saturdays.
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