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PIRACY 'COSTS MUSIC IN UK pounds 165M'

CD piracy costs musicians in in the UK pounds 165million a year, reveal the first counterfeiting figures from the British Phonographic Industry. That is more than the total sales of the top 13 selling albums last year - including James Blunt, above, and Coldplay - almost 10 per cent.

NEANDERTHAL MAN 'WORE JEWELLERY'

NEANDERTHALS were more advanced than first thought, a study of cave finds suggests. Experts think the creatures, who died out 30,000 years ago, designed their own jewellery.

LIGHTNING BOLTS LEAVE 25 INJURED

LIGHTNING injured at least 25 people, several of them critically, in storms at an air show in St Augustin, near Bonn, and at a football match in Gelsenkirchen, western Germany.

SMASHING CHASE

A DRINK driver smashed up 10 police cars in a chase in Grand Forks, Minnesota. It left the small town without enough patrol cars for duty.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 28, 2006
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