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  • 2 weeks ago
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    Japanese mission to clear up space junk ends in failure

    Japan’s space agency, JAXA, has confirmed the failure of a mission intended to test technology for clearing up debris in space. The Kounotori 6 cargo transporter returned to Earth and burned up in the atmosphere on Monday, officials said. Though the experimental segment of the mission was a failure, Kounotori did successfully deliver supplies to the International Space Station after launching in December. Kounotori 6 carried a 700-meter (2,296-foot) metal tether that was designed to slow down ...

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Calling Torture by its Name

    If torture is wrong, it’s wrong whether or not it works. It’s wrong because it’s torture. In conversation with ABC News in his first televised interview since taking office, President Donald Trump spoke in strikingly frank terms about the possible use of torture as a tool for interrogation. “I have spoken as recently as twenty-four hours ago with people at the highest level of intelligence,” Trump said. “And I asked them the question, ‘Does it work? Does torture work?’ And the an...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    PM: I look forward to welcoming Trump to UK

    Theresa May has insisted she was "very happy" to invite Donald Trump on a state visit, amid anger and protests over his travel ban. The Prime Minister's spokesman said she was looking forward to "hosting the President later this year", despite more than one million people signing an online petition calling for the state visit to be scrapped. Protests are planned around the UK on Monday evening after the President issued a 90-day ban on people from the seven mainly Muslim...

  • 1 month ago
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    Fears of a 'massive' global property price fall amid 'dangerous' conditions and market slow-down

    Property prices have climbed to dangerous levels in several advanced economies, raising the risk of massive price falls if markets overheat, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Catherine Mann, the OECD’s chief economist, said the think-tank was monitoring “vulnerabilities in asset markets” closely amid predictions of higher inflation and the prospect of diverging monetary policies next year.

  • 3 months ago
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    Germans are Europeans most immune to populism: study

    The survey, seen exclusively by Die Welt, shows that around 18 percent of Germans are receptive to populist forms of politics. This is considerably lower than in the UK and Italy, where just under half the population were seen to have a weakness for populist politics, and far below France at 63 percent.

  • 3 months ago
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    70% margin of error.

  • 3 months ago
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    Donald Trump wins the presidency

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  • 4 months ago
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    How a Facial Recognition Mismatch Can Ruin Your Life

    IT WAS JUST after sundown when a man knocked on Steve Talley’s door in south Denver. The man claimed to have hit Talley’s silver Jeep Cherokee and asked him to assess the damage. So Talley, wearing boxers and a tank top, went outside to take a look. Seconds later, he was knocked to the pavement outside his house. Flash bang grenades detonated, temporarily blinding and deafening him. Three men dressed in black jackets, goggles, and helmets repeatedly hit him with batons and the butts of their...

  • 4 months ago
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    First farm to grow veg in a desert using only sun and seawater

    World's first commercial seawater greenhouse was launched in Australia today, using solar power and desalinated seawater to grow tomatoes in a desert

  • 5 months ago
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    Why Eastern European countries may veto Brexit deal

    A group of Eastern European countries will veto any Brexit deal that diminishes the rights of their citizens who live and work in Britain, Slovakia's prime minister has said. Robert Fico said the Visegrad Four (V4) - the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia - want a guarantee that their nationals “are equal” before agreeing to any deal ahead of Britain leaving the European Union.

  • 5 months ago
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    Oliver Stone: Snowden Is A Patriot Who Wants To Come Home

    The famed director of “JFK” and “Wall Street” talks about his new film, “Snowden,” about Edward Snowden the man, the totalitarian character of “surveillance capitalism” and Russian President Vladimir Putin. You portray Edward Snowden in your film not as a traitor, but as an information age patriot defending American citizens from their own intelligence agencies. At one point in the film, Snowden and his colleagues are shocked to learn that the incidence of surveillance on America...

  • 6 months ago
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    Bloodied five-year-old shows human face of Syria's suffering

    In one image, this confused, hurt little boy captures the absolute horror that continues to unfold each day in Aleppo, in full view of the world. Omran Daqneesh sits dazed in the back of an ambulance having just been pulled from the rubble of his home. Looking lost, he wipes his dusty forehead, before realising his hand is covered in blood. Doctors with the Syrian American Medical Society who treated the boy tell the ABC his name, and that he is 5 years old.

  • 6 months ago
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    The Detectives Who Never Forget a Face

    A predator was stalking London. He would board a crowded bus at rush hour, carrying a Metro newspaper, and sit next to a young woman. Opening the newspaper to form a curtain, he would reach over and grope her. The man first struck one summer afternoon in 2014, on the No. 253 bus in North London, grabbing the crotch of a fifteen-year-old girl. She fled the bus and called the police, but by that time he had disappeared. A few months later, in October, he assaulted a twenty-one-year-old woman...