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Court gives Miley restraining order

Miley Cyrus has obtained a temporary restraining order against an Arizona man detained by police while trying to meet the singer-actress. A Los Angeles judge...

Gulf deal boosts tech firm jobs

Around 200 British jobs will be created and another 650 secured after a UK technology company won a £300 million deal with the United...

Tulisa assault trial nears end

Singer Tulisa Contostavlos will return to court today for the conclusion of her trial over assault allegations. Celebrity writer Savvas Morgan said he suffered swelling...

Sneak peek: St. Petersburg International Economic Forum

Thousands of businessmen, policymakers, and economic experts will descend upon Russia's northern capital on May 22-24 for the 18th annual investment forum. Less foreigners...

Singer Allman sued over train death

Singer Gregg Allman is being sued along with producers, a rail company and others accused of being responsible for the death of a young...

Russia’s VTB and Bank of China agree on domestic currency settlements

VTB, Russia’s second biggest lender, has signed a deal with Bank of China, which includes an agreement to pay each other in domestic currencies. “Under...

Do mobile phones pose risk to children’s brains?

A major investigation has been launched to find out whether mobile phones and other wireless devices pose a risk to children's mental development. The study...

Rise in inflation rate predicted

Inflation is expected to have risen for the first time in ten months when official figures for April are published today. The Consumer Prices Index...

Javid: Migrants must learn to be British

Immigrants should learn English and “respect our way of life”, the new Culture Secretary has told the Sunday Telegraph. Sajid Javid says the British public...

Pfizer increases its takeover bid

Drugs giant Pfizer stepped up its pursuit of UK rival AstraZeneca by raising the value of its proposed takeover bid to more than £69...

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