UK GDP shrank 0.2% in the first three months of 2012, sending Britain into its first double-dip since the 1970s
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Company denies claims it colluded with major publishers over prices of digital books.
The senior Communist Party figure at the centre of China's most sensational political scandal in decades, Bo Xilai, has been suspended from the party's ruling elite amid revelations his wife has been named a prime suspect in the murder of British national Neil Heywood.
Ang Lizhi, the astrophysicist who inspired the Chinese pro-democracy protesters at Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 1989, has died in the US, aged 76.