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A cyber snooping operation reminiscent of the Stuxnet worm and billed as the world’s most sophisticated computer malware isSam Jones in Vienna and Hannah Kuchler in San Francisco
Graphene, the wonder material discovered a decade ago, could soon be used in false teeth as it emerges out of the lab andAndrew Bounds, North of England correspondent
US imports of crude oil from Opec nations is at its lowest level in almost 30 years, underlining the impact of the shaleAnjli Raval, Oil and Gas Correspondent
The White House is projecting that most of the economic benefits from its immigration reform will come from highly-skilledBarney Jopson and Robin Harding in Washington
The number of appeals joining the queue to be heard by the upper tax tribunal jumped by nearly a third last year, in whatVanessa Houlder
With rock ’n’ roll bagpipers and hip hop artists among her support acts and a crowd welcome worthy of a pop diva, Scotland’s new first minister’s gig...Mure Dickie in Glasgow
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