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Technology giant Microsoft reports 7% fall in profit during second quarter - Nokia division lost $692m
Author of the novel Fight Club has confirmed he will publish a sequel in May 2015
Israeli PM Netanyahu asks US Secretary of State John Kerry to take action to renew flights of US airlines to Israel
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VIDEO: What is it like to race against the world's fastest man?
YouTube entrepreneur Michelle Phan facing legal action for alleged copyright infringement in her popular videos
Netflix reports profits of $71m in the second quarter, more than double compared with the same period a year ago
#Nasa's Kepler Space Telescope spots distant world with longest year of any planet in the mission's inventory
From @BBCNewsbeat: US TV drama Fargo set to return for a second series, but it will have a brand new cast
#TIFF14: Trio of major British films set for world premieres at this year's Toronto Film Festival
Fad or forever smitten: Has the US finally fallen in love with soccer?
Will Joe Biden make another run for The White House? BBC's @awzurcher looks at the VP's ambitions
Can graffiti do good? Miami's Wynwood neighbourhood revitalised with street art
Why do so many US children die in hot cars?
From @BBCSport: #Brazil name former player Dunga as their new coach for the second time
Chinese President Xi Jinping has signed a series of oil and mineral deals with Venezuela
Venezuelan soldiers remove hundreds of families from half-built 45-storey tower in Caracas
Some US media are reporting that the US Federal Aviation Administration is considering the suspension of all US flights to Tel Aviv.
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US appeals court throws out federal regulation implementing key subsidies of #Obamacare
Israel hits hundreds of targets in Gaza as Israeli soldier is confirmed missing #DailyCommute free podcast:
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Texas Governor Rick Perry to deploy troops to US border
Obama signs order protecting some gay workers
Will driverless cars save lives? BBC News #EchoChambers takes a closer look