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Dyson has revealed its first personal care product - a hairdryer that it says is quieter and less damaging to hair than a conventional machine. It is the first hairdryer powered by a miniaturised air pump in the handle, using the same airflow principles as Dyson's desk fan products...
Belgium has extradited Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam to face trial in France. He was wounded and arrested in a dramatic raid in Brussels on 18 March after four months on the run.
Kanzi has good taste. He likes oranges, cherries and grapes. He points to what he wants on a lexigram, a computerised touchscreen device on which each symbol represents a word. Kanzi can use 500 words and when he is talked to, he can understand a few thousand.
 animal intelligence
Deep in the forests of Uganda, there are chimpanzees that play with dolls. Watch the video above to see them do it, and hear primatologist Richard Wrangham of Harvard University explain why.
Sacha Dench will fly by paramotor - paragliding with a propeller strapped to her back - to get as close as possible to flying as the swans do. Each night she will land close by to observe their habits and hazards.
Firefighters in Maryland have had to backtrack after blaming a meteorite for a brush fire. An astronomy lecturer told the BBC the "little old rock" was not to blame...
Children as young as 11 are among more than 1,000 alleged victims of revenge porn who reported offences in the first year of the new law coming into effect, it has been revealed. In April 2015, it became an offence to share private sexual photographs or films without the subject's consent...
Canada and the UK will press other nations over making ransom payments, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau says, after the killing of a Canadian hostage. He said he and UK counterpart David Cameron agreed that the practice of paying ransom was wrong.
The fate of asylum seekers held in Papua New Guinea remains unclear after the country's Supreme Court ruled their detention was unconstitutional. Australia sends asylum seekers to the Manus Island detention centre under its offshore processing policy...
Up to $800m (£550m) in cash held by so-called Islamic State (IS) has been destroyed in air strikes, a US military official says. Maj Gen Peter Gersten, who is based in Baghdad, said the US had repeatedly targeted stores of the group's funds...

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