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Experts expected oil to run out by the end of 1990s but North Sea oil is still in business
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Mark Carney has said he will not raise interest rates until the jobless rate has fallen
What is the link between how tall someone is and the risk of getting cancer?
Former police officer Jim Gamble on his mission to catch and convict paedophiles
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Following recent arrests and resignations, will the Pope have to close the Vatican Bank?
In August 1988 protests demanding an end to military rule in Burma were met with violence
Is the US pursuing the most effective anti-terrorism strategy?
News and issues making the headlines each day.
Syria conflict: Officials deny Assad motorcade attacked. US cancels talks with Russia.
The controversial comic who makes jokes about sexism, suicide bombers and Al Qaida
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Burma marks anniversary; Murdoch row amid Australia election campaign; Art Everywhere
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
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Greece's unemployment rate reaches a new high, with two thirds of young people out of work
With comedians at Edinburgh's Festival, we discuss the line between humour and offence
A new type of Bird Flu passes between people, but should scientists experiment with it?
Will Mexico mellow to legal marijuana - and are Jamaica's family values in crisis?
Pope Francis to clean up Vatican finances; Malaria immunity research; Christians in Syria
Greece's unemployment rate hits another record high
Squeezed for space in Hong Kong's housing; nuclear narratives in US and Japanese museums
Friday 9 August 2013