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Leo De Watts, 27, sells air collected in the British countryside and ships it over to polluted cities Shanghai and Beijing, where the wealthy elite pay a hefty sum for a few seconds of inhalation.
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Nothing new. People have been selling bottled Rocky Mountain air from Banff for at least a year.
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The big cat was tranquilised.

It took 10 hours to catch and tranquillise the animal.
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+Teresa Condeca If you really want to know, talk to an actual zoologist.
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A 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti has become the highest priced car sold in euros. The auction took place in Paris, and was described by the auctioneer as a "fabulous star". See how much it sold for, and what the buyer got for their money.
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We look at how Julian Assange came to be confined in London's Ecuadorian embassy for more than three years.
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It has cost the tax payers a lot of money to keep him here
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Why Sweden is concerned about Russian provocation
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+gutter snipe it is the comments on an article about Russia....... Do I think the BBC are beyond biased reporting? No. Do I think this article is biased, No. Do I think that Russian media is carefully controlled by putin? Yes I do.
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More than 50k people were stranded at this train station in Guangzhou, China.
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France's aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, is taking the fight to the so-called Islamic State group.
The BBC's Jonathan Beale reports from on board
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Street artist ROBBBB uses abandoned and dilapidated buildings as his canvas, bringing these abandoned corners of the Chinese capital to life.
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An earthquake has toppled buildings in the south Taiwanese city of Tainan, killing at least five people.
Rescue teams have been trying to reach people trapped in rubble since the magnitude 6.4 quake struck just before 04:00 (20:00 GMT Friday).
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How sad God love them life is so unfair sometimes😢
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The price of oil on global markets has collapsed almost 60% since June 2014, punching a big hole in the pockets of the big producers and creating thousands of job losses. The falling price of a barrel of oil has made headline news around the world as demand fails to match supply. But we've been here before - as veteran financial journalist Mickey Clark remembers.
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The producing nation should diversify their economy as the only way out because of advancement in technology.
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Video shows gaping hole in plane which forced emergency landing in Somalia.
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If it is an act of alshabab then the fight against terror should continue until the activities of this group are contained
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Jordan is at "boiling point" as it continues to grapple with the influx of refugees from Syria, the country's king has told the BBC.
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