Created 03 January 2019

Plane crash deaths rise in 2018 but accidents are still rare

The number of people killed in plane crashes jumped in 2018 compared with the previous year, with more than 500 deaths recorded, new figures show.

Plane crash deaths rise in 2018

Created 21 November 2018

E. coli outbreak: Romaine lettuce probed in US and Canada

Romaine lettuce has been linked to an outbreak of E. coli in the US and Canada, health officials say.

E. coli outbreak, US and Canada, Romaine lettuce

Created 20 November 2018

Carlos Ghosn: Nissan and Mitsubishi shares slump after chairman's arrest

Nissan and Mitsubishi shares have slumped in early Tokyo trade, after the arrest of chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Created 20 November 2018

Climate change: Report raises new optimism over industry

A new report on the potential of heavy industry to combat climate change offers a rare slice of optimism.

Climate change, new optimism over industry

Created 19 November 2018

The clock that cost its inventor millions

One of the world's first digital clocks, which was made by a man in his shed, has been sold at auction.

World's first digital clocks, Digitron Electric Clock, sold at auction

Created 16 November 2018

Climate change: Worries over CO2 emissions from intensifying wildfires

Rising numbers of extreme wildfires could result in a significant increase in CO₂ emissions, scientists warn.

Climate change, extreme wildfires, significant increase in CO₂ emissions

Created 16 November 2018

Greenland ice sheet hides huge 'impact crater'

What looks to be a large impact crater has been identified beneath the Greenland ice sheet.

Greenland ice sheet, huge 'impact crater', hide

Created 15 November 2018

Apple Stores to employ human trafficking victims

Apple has announced a programme to help human trafficking victims get behind-the-scenes jobs at its stores.

Apple Stores, employ human trafficking victims

Created 13 November 2018

Fat-clogged cells explain why obesity can cause cancer

A new discovery could explain why obese people are more likely to develop cancer, scientists say.

Obesity can cause cancer, fat-clogged cells

Created 21 July 2018

British Minister rules out identification of Skripal’s suspect

Rumors that British police have identified a suspected perpetrator of the Novichok attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter are wild speculation, British Security Minister Ben Wallace said Thursday.
British Minister rules out identification of Skripal’s suspect - ảnh 1 

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