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No. 123, 16 February 2002
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Bringing you the top headlines from all sections of New
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How do you win an Olympic medal? Ask an economist...

To deflect an asteroid, take your aim carefully

Heart of darkness: the Sun has a secret

Would you agree to be painted on the operating table?

Delaying childbirth increases breast cancer risk

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