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Xi Jinping signals intent to remain in power by revealing politburo with no successor

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Xi Jinping signals intent to remain in power by revealing politburo with no successor Tom Phillips   China’s president unveils his all-male cabinet, but crucially no member is young enough to take the reins from Xi at...

Archaeologists discover 1,800-year-old writing tool in Turkey

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Archaeologists discover 1,800-year-old writing tool in Turkey   A bronze stylus was found in Assos, a small historic town located in the northwestern Turkish province of Canakkale. Researchers have uncovered a 1,800-year-old writing implement, or stylus, at...

Has Austria shifted to the far-right? The truth is more complicated

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Has Austria shifted to the far-right? The truth is more complicated   Three coalition scenarios in Austria will determine which direction Austria will shift. Practically, the old guard in Austria is too deeply entrenched in the...

Holocaust survivor who tended to Anne Frank dies aged 95

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Holocaust survivor who tended to Anne Frank dies aged 95     Holocaust Survivor Gena Turgel tended to Anne Frank (Paul Faith/PA) Photo: PA Archive/PA Images Gena Turgel, a Holocaust survivor who comforted diarist Anne Frank at the...

Copa Libertadores final postponed after Boca bus attacked in Buenos Aires

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Copa Libertadores final postponed after Boca bus attacked in Buenos Aires   The all-Buenos Aires clash, the first time Argentina's two biggest clubs had met for the title, was billed as the greatest final in the...

Trump furious after FBI seizes documents from his lawyer

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Trump furious after FBI seizes documents from his lawyer     The FBI raided Michael Cohen's offices and home in a search that was partly a referral by the office of the special counsel, Robert Mueller, who...

Europe launches sixth Sentinel Earth observation satellite

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Europe launches sixth Sentinel Earth observation satellite   FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Europe launched the sixth of its Sentinel Earth observation satellites on Friday as part of the multi-billion-euro Copernicus program to monitor volcanic ash and ultraviolet...

Brexit threatened as four UK ministers quit

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Brexit threatened as four UK ministers quit   UK Prime Minister Theresa May's EU divorce deal is in trouble after two cabinet ministers and two junior ministers quit on Thursday. The resignations came as EU chief...

Sepsis: the truth about this hidden killer

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Sepsis: the truth about this hidden killer David Cox   Sepsis is responsible for more deaths in the UK than bowel, breast and prostate cancer combined. So why is so little known about it? At the end of...

Amber Rudd: viewers of online terrorist material face 15 years in jail

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Amber Rudd: viewers of online terrorist material face 15 years in jail   Alan Travis Tightening of law around viewing terrorist material is response to increasing frequency of UK attacks. People who repeatedly view terrorist content online...

Protests erupt in Greece and Macedonia after name change pact signed

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Protests erupt in Greece and Macedonia after name change pact signed   The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has agreed to change its name to the Republic of North Macedonia to end a decades-long dispute with...

Artificial intelligence is helping the fight against cancer

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Artificial intelligence is helping the fight against cancer   Evaxion Biotech's machine learning technique is creating cancer immunotherapies that are personalised down to the genetic level.   https://youtu.be/hF1p-x2LHAU   Transcript We are closer than ever before to understanding the human body...

SpaceX poised to launch ‘world’s most powerful rocket’

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SpaceX poised to launch 'world's most powerful rocket'   If the launch succeeds, the Falcon Heavy will rank as the most powerful rocket in operation today and the mightiest space vehicle to blast off from the...

New drug approved in Japan can kill flu in one day

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New drug approved in Japan can kill flu in one day   Manufacturers of Xofluza say a single pill of the new drug will kill the flu virus in just a day. Scientist Ryosuke Yazawa in University...

Angry Birds maker Rovio plans IPO

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Angry Birds maker Rovio plans IPO By Kim Darrah   The company behind the smash hit phone game Angry Birds is seeking funds to make new titles. Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish start-up behind the hit smartphone game Angry...

How the Arepa Took Over the World, then Died at Home

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How the Arepa Took Over the World, then Died at Home   By Alejandro Puyana   May was a terrible month for Venezuela: the worst in a string of bad months in the worst year in a string...

US indicts alleged Russian agent for conspiring to influence US politics

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US indicts alleged Russian agent for conspiring to influence US politics   Maria Butina was charged with conspiring to act as an agent of Russia "by developing relationships with US persons and infiltrating organizations having influence...

11 Biggest Hoaxes of All Time

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11 Biggest Hoaxes of All Time Larissa Klaus History may not always repeat itself, but it does come up with some really strange myths and legends as to why some things just can’t be explained. While...

Renault repairs Russian carmaker’s finances as market regains traction

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Renault repairs Russian carmaker's finances as market regains traction   Massive investments and turning $1.6 billion of debt into equity have started to pay dividends for the manufacturer of Russia's iconic Lada. The manufacturer of the iconic...

The Digital Trends Revolutionizing Advertising Photography

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The Digital Trends Revolutionizing Advertising Photography   by Dale Harris   Does anything capture the times better than photography? Some of the most dramatic moments in modern history have been captured as iconic photographs, and advertisers have...

Venezuela: Learning to Play the Cuatro on the Web 2.0

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Venezuela: Learning to Play the Cuatro on the Web 2.0 Laura Vidal   Image of a cuatro by Flickr user LCoronelP (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) The cuatro is the principal icon of traditional Venezuelan music. It is often learned...

Global powers welcome historic Korean summit

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Global powers welcome historic Korean summit   From Washington to Beijing, world leaders and governments praised Friday's historic inter-Korean summit, urging rival Koreas to step into more dialogue. North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un (L) and South Korea's...

Treats Can Be Good for You! 5 Health Benefits of Frozen Yogurt

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Treats Can Be Good for You! 5 Health Benefits of Frozen Yogurt   If there’s one food people can agree on loving, it’s frozen yogurt. Frozen yogurt (more affectionately known as froyo) is more than just delicious....

First Ebola vaccines given as WHO seeks to beat Congo outbreak

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First Ebola vaccines given as WHO seeks to beat Congo outbreak   Health workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo have begun a vaccination campaign aimed at containing the outbreak of the virus, Congo's ninth since...

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