US online retail giant Amazon said on Tuesday it will create 1,800 permanent contract positions this year in France, its largest European market after Britain and Germany.
Amazon plans to create 1,800 jobs in France in 2019
Scientists said a mysterious cigar-shaped object spotted speeding through the Solar System in 2017 is probably not an alien spaceship.
Cigar-shaped interstellar object 'not an alien spaceship'
The common perception that people from other racial groups look alike is rooted in the way human brains process what they see, researchers said.
Other racial groups 'look alike because of visual, neural processes'
Australia's peak scientific body revealed that it named 230 new species in the past 12 months.
Over 200 species named by top Aussie scientists in past 12 months
Google’s bet on balloons to deliver cell service soon faces a crucial test amid doubts about the viability of the technology by some potential customers.
Google Internet balloon spinoff Loon still looking for its wings
For the first time, scientists have clearly linked together two types of gamma-ray phenomena in thunderclouds, suggesting that weak bursts of gamma-ray activity might precede lightning flashes in certain conditions.
Scientists detect strange connection between gamma rays and lightning
Beijing is set to open an eye-catching multi-billion dollar airport resembling a massive shining starfish, to accommodate soaring air traffic in China and celebrate the Communist government's 70th anniversary in power.
Giant Beijing airport set to open on eve of China's 70th birthday
Google is directing people toward misinformation and conspiracy theories by placing YouTube videos prominently in its search results, an investigation by Sky News has found.
YouTube inadvertently promoting obsessions, extreme views

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