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Montenegro and Serbia have expelled each other's ambassadors over a historical dispute dating back more than a century. Serbian ambassador to Montenegro, Vladimir Bozovic, described a decision by Montenegrin authorities in 1918 to unify with Serbia as...
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For a nation prone to frequent lamentation over its missed opportunities, crashing from the world’s 10th wealthiest economy per capita in 1913 to a constant teetering at the edge of economic and social collapse for the better part of the past century, Argentina has produced an astonishing array of...
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Whether you've indulged in the Black Friday or Cyber Monday iPad deals, or already own an Apple tablet, these iPad accessory deals are sure to prove useful. You can really make the most of an iPad by buying extras for it, whether that's an Apple Pencil or case, screen protector, or...
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ADDIS ABABA/NAIROBI (Reuters) – Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on Saturday that military operations in the northern region of Tigray have been completed, shortly after he announced federal troops had seized full control of the regional capital Mekelle. “I am pleased to share that we have...
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DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's president on Saturday accused Israel of killing a prominent Iranian scientist long suspected by the West of masterminding a secret nuclear bomb programme, state TV reported. Iran's clerical and military rulers have threatened revenge for Friday's killing of Mohsen...
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(CNN)Last month, I wrote that Amy Coney Barrett would help to usher in a new post-truth jurisprudence on the Supreme Court. While I had cited her anti-science statements on climate change, her arrival on the court has created a new 5-4 majority against public-health science at the height of the...
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“The invasion of Iraq was a bandit act, an act of blatant state terrorism, demonstrating absolute contempt for the concept of international law... We have brought torture, cluster bombs, depleted uranium, innumerable acts of random murder, misery, degradation and death to the Iraqi people and call...
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Few people had the power to say no to Diego Maradona in life but his family appear to have put their foot down on an unusual last request. Maradona, who died from a heart attack on Wednesday aged 60, told friends during the coronavirus lockdown that when he died he wanted to be embalmed and put on...
DNA nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionise disease therapy and open up a new area in molecular medicine Antibiotics are used to prevent and treat bacterial infections. They have played a major role in combating infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, pneumonia, typhoid fever, and...
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Germany, once a beacon of hope in Europe’s coronavirus nightmare, logged its one-millionth case on Friday, as questions emerged over just how much protection is offered by one of the leading vaccine candidates. Like much of the continent, Germany is battling a resurgence of a pandemic that...

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File - Monacobreen Glacier Calving, Svalbard, Arctic.

Polar scientists wary of impending satellite gap

BBC News 2020-11-28
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File - Construction of new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset, England.

UK’s nuclear sites costing taxpayers ‘astronomical sums’, say MPs

The Guardian 2020-11-27