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Scientists Just Made A Tiny Robotic Caterpillar That’s Powered By Light

Researchers from the University of Warsaw have employed liquid crystalline elastomers and soft robotics techniques to make a small robot caterpillar that moves according to light conditions. Soft robotics is…

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Hiker trapped on mountain for month describes ordeal

A Czech hiker who survived a month trapped in a remote snow-bound hut in New Zealand after her partner died in a fall said this morning she knew it would…

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Colombia and FARC Announce Deal to End the Americas’ Longest War

Colombia’s government and the largest rebel group in the country have reached a deal to end more than 50 years of conflict, the two sides announced Wednesday, paving the way…

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Self-driving taxis begin picking up passengers in Singapore

NuTonomy beats Uber in race to launch world’s first driverless taxi service. The world’s first self-driving taxis have begun picking up passengers in Singapore. Select members of the public can…

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The 2020 Tokyo Olympic medals could be made of discarded electronics

China launched its first Tibetan-language search engine this week, called Yongzin. It aims to be a “unified portal for all major Tibetan-language websites in China,” according to the state news…

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Earthquake in Italy leaves at least 38 dead

A strong earthquake brought down buildings in mountainous central Italy early this morning, trapping residents and sending others fleeing into the streets, with at least 38 people killed, according to…

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Putin appoints church historian as science minister

Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed a church historian as the country’s new science and education minister. On 19 August, the president announced that Olga Vasilyeva would succeed the current…

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Thousands of strange blue lakes are appearing in Antarctica, and it’s very bad news

Scientists have confirmed that thousands of pristine blue lakes have appeared on the ice sheets of East Antarctica, and it’s got them very worried. The problem? They’ve seen this kind…

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Brazilian police seek to seize John Delaney’s passport

FAI chief, who is OCI vice president, and five other OCI figures named in warrant following interview with Hickey over ticket controversy. A Brazilian judge has authorised the country’s police…

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Louisiana pastor who believes flooding sent to punish gays driven from home by floods

A pastor who believes that natural disasters are sent by God to punish gay people has been driven out of his home by severe flooding sweeping Louisiana. The death toll…

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Egypt Suspends 8 Female TV Anchors, Saying They Are Overweight

CAIRO — Most Egyptian journalists have had to watch their tongues and tone down their reporting over the past three years to keep their jobs under a military-dominated government. Now,…

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GPS Technology assisting police in high-speed pursuits

  An American company called StarChase has watched enough James Bond movies and come up with a product for launching projectiles from police cars. Law Enforcement agencies wont be shooting…

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Dutch Police Employ Eagles to Stop Drones

We’ve all by now seen some videos of drones being taken out of the sky, be it by stray footballs, fishermen, or birds of prey. For most of us they…

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New EU Law can stop kids under 16 from using social media without permission

European Union lawmakers have come to a decision over the digital age of consent. The new ruling will allow each European State to set their own age of consent within…

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Operation ‘Cat Cover’ Aids Police in Anti-Terrorist Maneuver

While Belgian police attempted to track down terrorists they believed to be involved in the Paris attacks, they made a request to citizens not to tweet about any witnessed police…

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Is This The Solution To Dodgy Done Deal Exchanges?

Done Deal is a great place to find bargain products online. You can find deals for second-hand cars, electronics and concert tickets. It’s also a great way to make a little extra money…

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If You Are Unhappy In Dubai, Expect A Call From The Police

Being unhappy in Dubai is not a crime. However, if you say that you are then you might receive a call from the local police. But don’t worry, they are not out…

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AeroMobil plans to produce flying cars by 2017

The notion of a flying car may seem the work of science fiction. However, the idea has been around since not long after cars became widely available at the beginning…

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Japan’s newest train reaches speeds on 500kmh

Members of the public in central Japan have been involved in test runs for the new maglev trains. The trains had initially been tested between the cities of Uenohara and…

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Latvian cyclists use clever tactics to promote cycling

Latvian cyclists from the Let’s Bike It organisation celebrated International No Car Day last month by dressing their modifying their bicycles to resemble cars to show just how much space…

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International Jewel Thief Wanted Via INTERPOL Nabbed by Swiss Police

A Chinese national, a suspect in jewellery thefts around the world and the subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice, was arrested in Switzerland during another attempted robbery. Jianguo Meng, aged…

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Lincolnshire cow gives birth to three different calf breeds

Making your mind up can be a tiresome process. Indecision can be the bane of our lives but a cow in the UK has taken it to a whole new…

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China intends to build railway line to the United States

The Chinese media are reporting that the country is seriously considering constructing a high-speed railway line to the United States. Travelling at an average speed of 350km per hour, the…

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U.S authorities arrest three men in art forgery case

Authorities in the United States have arrested and charged three men in connection with an art dealing scam which made then men $33 million over the past 20 years. The…

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