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Genoa bridge collapse: Search for bodies continues as Italy seeks answers
Rescuers worked through the night to account for all of the victims of Tuesday's Morandi Bridge disaster in Genoa, as Italy's President called for a "serious and severe examination" into why the bridge suddenly collapsed.
Inside NASA’s SpaceX's Crew Dragon Spaceship revealed
SpaceX has offered the first look inside the stunning space capsule it will use to send NASA astronauts to the International Space Station next year.
Heatwave reveals hidden archeological sites across England
The summer heatwave has revealed new secrets of England’s buried history to archeologists surveying the countryside from the air, Historic England said.
Eurozone grows faster than expected despite trade tensions
The eurozone economy has shrugged off growing trade tensions to grow faster than previously estimated in the three months to the end of June, as Germany and the Netherlands beat expectations.
Physicists measure energy difference between two quantum states
A physicist in New Zealand has measured the energy difference between two quantum states in a helium atom.
UK jobless rate falls to new 43-year-low
Britain’s unemployment rate fell to its lowest in over 43 years in the three months to June and fewer workers made do with insecure jobs, but there was little upside for most as pay growth slowed to its weakest in nine months.
Blood pressure triple pill could help protect millions from heart attacks and strokes
A three-in-one pill which significantly improves control of high blood pressure could help millions of people lower their chances of stroke or heart attack, a major trial has found.
Being human: Big toe clung on longest to primate origins
Scientists have found that our big toe was one of the last parts of the foot to evolve, a study suggested.
German inflation rate falls slightly to 2% in July
The inflation rate in Germany fell again slightly in July, official figures published by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) showed.
MIT researchers break piece of spaghetti into two pieces
Are you up for the spaghetti challenge? MIT researchers were. They did what most scientists thought was impossible. Scientists at the research university successfully broke a single strand of spaghetti into two pieces.
Poor hospital discharge process puts patients 'at risk'
Patients are being put at risk because of a lack of staff awareness about discharging them from hospital, a report has said.
Scientists uncover secret behind Bermuda fireworms
A new study published in the journal PLOS ONE confirms that Bermuda fireworms, unique bioluminescent sea creatures first documented by Christopher Columbus, get their glow on in a way that's entirely unlike the more well-known firefly or jelly fish.
Over 300 Pennsylvania priests sexually abused 1,000 children: Report
A US grand jury report has accused more than 300 “predator priests” of sexually abusing over 1,000 child victims in the state of Pennsylvania for the past seven decades.
Lavrov: Sanctions against Russia, Iran, Turkey aimed at hindering Syria talks progress
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Western countries were trying to influence the success of the Astana process for Syria by imposing sanctions against Russia, Turkey and Iran.
Saudi Arabia frees three Iranian fishermen
Saudi Arabia has freed three Iranian fishermen detained by the kingdom’s coastguard last year, IRNA quoted an Iranian official as saying on Tuesday, following negotiations between the two regional states.

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