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False emissions ratings cost UK more than £2b a year
False emissions ratings for cars based on lab tests have cost the UK more than £2 billion a year in lost tax revenue, according to the Green party.
Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying early each year
Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying prematurely every year as a result of disparities in rates of treatment across England, new research suggested.
Rouhani describes Islamic Revolution as foundation of national dignity
The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran became the foundation of national identity and dignity, said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the closing ceremony of the 35th Iran National Book of the Year Award and the 25th Iran World Award for Book of the Year held on Wednesday at Tehran's Vahdat Hall.
Space 2018: Missions and launches to look for in the new year
For astronomers, astrophysicists, planetary scientists, space enthusiasts and others with an eye for the night sky, 2018 is expected to bring a variety of exciting developments.
The trends you will be following next year to turn back time
Anti-aging isn’t all about what cream you slather on your face. This is how you’ll be turning back time, both inside and out, in 2018.
Obesity epidemic puts 240,000 lives at risk each year
Britain’s obesity epidemic has put hundreds of thousands at risk of heart disease and stroke, analysis showed.
China lifts 13.9 million people out of poverty each year
China lifted an average of 13.9 million people out of poverty each year from 2012 to 2016, and the annual per capita income in impoverished rural areas has grown 10.7 percent every year, according to a report from the State Council.
Air pollution linked to year-round runny noses
Researchers at Johns Hopkins have discovered a direct biological and molecular association between air pollution and chronic nasal symptoms.
38,000-year-old pointillism rock art found in France
Newly discovered rock art in France suggests the origins pointillism, the painting technique made popular by Georges Seurat and Vincent Van Gogh, can be traced back more than 35,000 years to the Upper Paleolithic.
A year of big money deals in sports
Money flooded into sport in 2016 faster than ever before and flooded out in the shape of fatter salaries for the stars who have become multimillion business brands.
Iran to sell oil at $50 per barrel next year
Iran expects to sell its crude oil at around $50 per barrel over the next Iranian calendar year that starts on 21 March 2017.
UN: 2016 hottest year on record
The year 2016 will "very likely" be the hottest on record, the UN said Monday, warning of calamitous consequences if the march of global warming cannot be halted.
AFC Player of the Year Award 2016 nominees announced
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) announced the names of the three nominees for this year’s AFC Player of the Year Award in the women’s and men’s categories.
Iran to stop gasoline imports next year
Iran says it will stop gasoline imports during the next Persian calendar of 1396 (starting March 21, 2017) in an announcement that could mean the country will soon stand on its own feet in producing the crucial fuel.
UK to ratify Paris climate change deal this year
Theresa May has given her first major commitment that Britain will continue to tackle climate change after leaving the EU, as she promised to ratify the Paris agreement by the end of the year.

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