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US & World

Kim Jong-un applauds Trump for second summit plans

Image copyright KCNA Image caption State media says Mr Kim is pleased with the progress towards a second summit North Korea’s leader has expressed “great satisfaction” after receiving a letter from US President Donald Trump, the North’s state media said. Kim Jong-un made the comments after meeting with one of his top aides who went […]

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Nigeria universities: Where students don't know if they will graduate

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Macedonia and Greece: Why this 27-year row may be about to end

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Oscars 2019: Five female-directed films that were missed

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Malaysia set to elect new king after unprecedented abdication

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Christine Welch: How this American's Chinese song went viral in China

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Health

Antibiotic resistance plan to fight 'urgent' global threat

Image copyright Getty Images Superbugs are as big a threat as climate change, the health secretary will say as he unveils a new five-year plan to tackle antibiotic resistance. Overuse of antibiotics is making infections harder to treat and leading to thousands of deaths a year through drug-resistant superbugs. The government is planning to change […]

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Muffin or apple: Do you know what you 'should' be eating?

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St George's Hospital: 250 cardiac unit deaths to be reviewed

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Global health research money reaches 'record high'

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Technology

Chinese censor calls Tencent news app 'vulgar'

Image copyright Tencent Image caption Tencent’s app was accused of spreading low-brow content One of China’s leading news apps has been singled out for criticism by the country’s internet watchdog. Tencent-owned Tiantian Kuaibao – which means “fast daily news” – was accused of spreading “vulgar, negative and harmful information, which damaged the online environment”. The […]

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Instagram boss responds to suicide claims

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Daily Mail demands browser warning U-turn

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Xiaomi reveals fold-in-three smartphone

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Science/Nature

'Tipping point' risk for Arctic hotspot

Image copyright Getty Images A rapid climate shift under way in the Barents Sea could spread to other Arctic regions, scientists warn. The Barents Sea is said to be at a tipping point, changing from an Arctic climate to an Atlantic climate as the water gets warmer. A conference in Norway heard that the Kara […]

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Science/Nature

Jeff Bezos' New Shepard rocket system flies for 10th time

Image copyright BLUE ORIGIN Image caption This was the 10th time Blue Origin has launched the New Shepard system US billionaire Jeff Bezos has put up his New Shepard space vehicle from Texas again, carrying a suite of Nasa experiments to an altitude of 107km. The booster and capsule system separated as planned on the […]

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Science/Nature

Research body to fund humanitarian efforts

Image copyright Christina Mittermeier, Sealegacy Image caption The One Ocean Hub will work with local communities to empower fishers to be involved with more sustainable practices Britain’s new research agency has announced it will spend £279m on new non-EU international collaborations. The bulk of the money will go towards projects with scientists in developing countries […]

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