British PM May to request short delay to Brexit: Sky
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British PM May to request short delay to Brexit: Sky

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May will request a short delay to Brexit in a letter to the European Union on Wednesday, the BBC and Sky…

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Strong 6.4 quake hits southwest Turkey
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Strong 6.4 quake hits southwest Turkey

(Reuters) – A strong earthquake measuring 6.4 struck southwest Turkey on Wednesday, said the European earthquake monitoring service. The quake, which was at a shallow depth of 10…

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Over 200 dead in Mozambique after Cyclone Idai, millions hit
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Over 200 dead in Mozambique after Cyclone Idai, millions hit

MAPUTO/HARARE (Reuters) – The number of people killed in a powerful cyclone and flooding in Mozambique has risen above 200, more than doubling the country’s death toll from…

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Going ‘Under’: Europe’s first underwater restaurant opens in Norway
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Going ‘Under’: Europe’s first underwater restaurant opens in Norway

BAALY, Norway (Reuters) – Europe’s first underwater restaurant opens in Norway on Wednesday with more than 7,000 customers booked in to eat among the fish. Situated on the…

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How to turn waste heat into useful energy using liquid magnetic materials
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How to turn waste heat into useful energy using liquid magnetic materials

FET Proactive project MAGENTA tries to give an answer to the fact that most of the worlds’s consumed energy us lost to waste heat through all levels of…

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Save the date: Imagine the Technologies of the Future
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Save the date: Imagine the Technologies of the Future

Europe’s biggest innovation potential is in deep-tech, the technologies that are driven by research and therefore hard to replicate. This is why the EIC supports silo-breaking research collaborations…

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Does deep learning always have to reinvent the wheel?
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‘Interventionist’ speaker center-stage in parliament’s Brexit drama
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‘Interventionist’ speaker center-stage in parliament’s Brexit drama

LONDON (Reuters) – With a wordy speech invoking a 17th-century precedent, and a cold stare aimed at stunned ministers, the grandiose Speaker of Britain’s parliament cast Prime Minister…

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Stakes rise for Boeing as EU, Canada step up scrutiny of 737 MAX after crashes
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Stakes rise for Boeing as EU, Canada step up scrutiny of 737 MAX after crashes

ADDIS ABABA/PARIS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Europe and Canada said they would seek their own guarantees over the safety of Boeing’s 737 MAX, further complicating plans to get the aircraft…

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‘I am your mother now’: NZ mosque shootings hit tight-knit Bangladesh community hard
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‘I am your mother now’: NZ mosque shootings hit tight-knit Bangladesh community hard

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (Reuters) – Husna Ahmed was 19 when she arrived in New Zealand from Bangladesh on her wedding day. Waiting to meet her was Farid, the…

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