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Ryanair calls for two-drink limit at airports 0%

Ryanair calls for two-drink limit at airports »

15 Ago, 2017
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Ryanair has called on UK airports to enforce a two-drink limit, after a BBC Panorama investigation suggested arrests of drunken passengers have risen

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Eggs containing fipronil found in 15 EU countries and Hong Kong »

12 Ago, 2017
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Fifteen EU countries as well as Hong Kong and Switzerland have received eggs contaminated with the insecticide fipronil, the European Commission says. The

Fish sauced? Goldfish turn to alcohol to survive icy winters 0%

Fish sauced? Goldfish turn to alcohol to survive icy winters »

12 Ago, 2017
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Scientists have decoded the secrets behind a goldfish’s ability to survive in ice-covered lakes. They’ve worked out how and why the fish turn

The Italian highlanders who may have Scottish roots 0%

The Italian highlanders who may have Scottish roots »

12 Ago, 2017
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Thousands of Italians emigrated to Scotland in the 20th Century, but it seems that 400 years earlier a group of Scots may have

What google engineer James Damore got wrong? 0%

What google engineer James Damore got wrong? »

12 Ago, 2017
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Google sacked engineer James Damore after he wrote a memo saying the gender gap could be explained by biology. Social and cultural factors

Egg scandal: 20 tonnes sold in Denmark, food agency says 0%

Egg scandal: 20 tonnes sold in Denmark, food agency says »

11 Ago, 2017
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Twenty tonnes of insecticide-tainted eggs have been sold in Denmark, the country’s food safety authority says. The boiled and peeled eggs were mainly

Wandering shaman ‘mistaken’ for Bigfoot in North Carolina 0%

Wandering shaman ‘mistaken’ for Bigfoot in North Carolina »

11 Ago, 2017
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A self-described shaman says a strange creature reportedly spotted in the hills of North Carolina last week was actually him dressed in animal

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Young couple die in Kansas crash a day after wedding »

10 Ago, 2017
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A teenage couple have died less than a day after being pronounced husband and wife by a judge in Kansas. Rebekah and Austin

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Sparks fly over Kazakhstan’s naked flight attendants ad »

5 Ago, 2017
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A controversial advertising campaign for a Kazakhstan travel company has created a buzz today, generating a lot of reaction across social media. The

First hints Parkinson’s can be stopped 0%

First hints Parkinson’s can be stopped »

5 Ago, 2017
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It may be possible to stop the progression of Parkinson’s disease with a drug normally used in type 2 diabetes, a clinical trial

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NHS cyber-defender Marcus Hutchins charged in US »

4 Ago, 2017
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The British cyber-security researcher who stalled WannaCry cyber-attack that hit the NHS has been arrested and charged in a US cyber-crime case. Marcus

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High-heel wearing should not be forced, study says »

2 Ago, 2017
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More needs to be done to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work, Aberdeen researchers have said. Calls to introduce

‘Significant’ Roman silver hoard found in Fife by teenager 0%

‘Significant’ Roman silver hoard found in Fife by teenager »

2 Ago, 2017
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A hoard of Roman silver discovered by a teenage metal detectorist in his “first proper find” is to go on display in Scotland.

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Did the first flower look like this? »

2 Ago, 2017
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All living flowers ultimately derive from a single ancestor that lived about 140 million years ago, a study suggests. Scientists combined models of

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Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017 won by Australian budget bot »

1 Ago, 2017
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Cartman – a budget-priced robot from Australia – has triumphed in an annual contest to create a machine that can identify, pick up

Sea level warning as Greenland darkens 0%

Sea level warning as Greenland darkens »

25 Jul, 2017
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Scientists are “very worried” that the melting of the Greenland ice sheet could accelerate and raise sea levels more than expected. They say

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Xanda, son of Cecil the lion, ‘killed by hunter’ in Zimbabwe »

21 Jul, 2017
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Two years after Cecil the lion was killed by a trophy-hunter in Zimbabwe, prompting global outrage, his son may have met a similar

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Albert Woodfox: My 43 years in solitary confinement »

20 Jul, 2017
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He had been in solitary confinement in Angola prison, the state penitentiary of Louisiana, since April 1972 for the murder of prison guard

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How did dogs become our best friends? New evidence »

20 Jul, 2017
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Dogs most probably evolved from wolves at a single location about 20,000 to 40,000 years ago, a study suggests. Previously, it had been

Drifting Antarctic iceberg A-68 opens up clear water 0%

Drifting Antarctic iceberg A-68 opens up clear water »

18 Jul, 2017
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The giant iceberg known as A-68 that was produced in the Antarctic last week continues to drift seaward. All the latest satellite images

Teeth-grinding in teens ‘a sign of being bullied’ 0%

Teeth-grinding in teens ‘a sign of being bullied’ »

15 Jul, 2017
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Teeth-grinding in teenagers could be a sign they are being bullied at school, research suggests. An oral health charity said parents and schools

Oral sex producing unstoppable bacteria 0%

Oral sex producing unstoppable bacteria »

7 Jul, 2017
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Oral sex is producing dangerous gonorrhoea and a decline in condom use is helping it to spread, the World Health Organization says. It

Large-scale study ‘shows neonic pesticides harm bees’ 0%

Large-scale study ‘shows neonic pesticides harm bees’ »

30 Jun, 2017
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The most extensive study to date on neonicotinoid pesticides concludes that they harm both honeybees and wild bees. Researchers said that exposure to

Canada 150: Its contributions to the world 0%

Canada 150: Its contributions to the world »

30 Jun, 2017
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Science In 2015, Dr Art McDonald shared the Nobel Prize in physics with Japanese scientist Takaaki Kajita for their work on neutrinos –

‘Quiet Concorde’ aims to revive supersonic air travel 0%

‘Quiet Concorde’ aims to revive supersonic air travel »

21 Jun, 2017
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Supersonic air travel could be back in little more than five years if a plane that aims to replace Concorde takes to the

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Volcanoes ‘triggered dawn of dinosaurs’ »

20 Jun, 2017
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A million-year-long period of extreme volcanic activity most likely paved the way for the dawn of the dinosaurs, a study suggests. Scientists have

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Man severely burned after falling in Yellowstone hot spring »

16 Jun, 2017
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A man has suffered severe burns after falling into a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park in the US state of Wyoming, park

The news subtle  ways the rich signal their wealth 0%

The news subtle ways the rich signal their wealth »

15 Jun, 2017
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In 1899, the economist Thorstein Veblen observed that silver spoons and corsets were markers of elite social position. In Veblen’s now famous treatise

‘First of our kind’ found in Morocco 0%

‘First of our kind’ found in Morocco »

8 Jun, 2017
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The idea that modern people evolved in a single “cradle of humanity” in East Africa some 200,000 years ago is no longer tenable,

TVs in children’s bedrooms ‘increase risk of obesity’ 0%

TVs in children’s bedrooms ‘increase risk of obesity’ »

3 Jun, 2017
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Children who have TVs in their bedrooms are more likely to be overweight than those who do not, a study by University College