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Majority of brokers want to help society
More than three quarters of brokers (76 percent) in the UK believe it is important for their business to contribute positively to society.
Saudi Arabia emboldened by US silence, West mixed policy: American Activist
Saudi Arabia has become emboldened by the silence of the US government, as well as the contradiction in the Western countries’ foreign policy that are selling weapons to Riyadh and at the same time condemning its war crimes, a US human right activist said.
EU faces fresh standoff over Aquarius migrant boat
European countries faced pressure on Tuesday to resolve a fresh standoff with the operators of the migrant rescue ship Aquarius which is stranded for the second time in the Mediterranean carrying 141 people.
Thousands of couples in UK 'exaggerate marriage faults to get divorce'
A third of divorcees in the UK lie about cheating, a partner's unreasonable behavior and length of separation to get their divorce through the courts, a study found.
How Neolithic people adapted to climate change
Research led by the University of Bristol has uncovered evidence that early farmers were adapting to climate change 8,200 years ago.
Scotland's mountain hare population is at just 1% of 1950s level
The number of mountain hares on moorlands in the eastern Scottish Highlands has fallen to less than one percent of the level recorded more than 60 years ago, according to a long-term study.
Toxic 'red tide' algae bloom is killing Florida wildlife and menacing tourism
With its long, white, sandy beaches, Sanibel Island off the coast of south-western Florida is usually a perfect place for families to enjoy these last days of summer.
Iran parliament research center to review Caspian Sea Convention
Head of Parliament Research Center Kazem Jalali announced that the body is to discuss the Caspian Sea Legal Status Convention.
Thai court delays decision on taking up case against Airports of Thailand, King Power
A Thai court on Tuesday said it would extend a hearing into accusations of graft against Airports of Thailand PCL. (AOT) and duty-free retailer King Power, delaying a decision on whether to take up the case.
Vienna ranked as most livable in the world
Austrian capital, Vienna, beat Australia's Melbourne to be named the world's most livable city.
Aging of lab grown human cells successfully reversed by new compounds
While there is still a long way to go yet, scientists have just published a paper where they explain how they have successfully reversed the age of human cells.
Io: Facts about Jupiter’s volcanic moon
Jupiter's fifth moon, Io, is the most volcanically active body in the solar system. Plumes of sulfur spew upward as high as 190 miles (300 kilometers).
Scientists discover completely new form of carbon after decades of searching
A new form of carbon has been created, opening up a whole new world of potential technological applications.
New AI system can screen for neurological illnesses in seconds
Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence method that can identify a range of acute neurological illnesses in CT scans within a few seconds, when time is essential in assessing the life-threatening conditions.
Doctors may not explain pros, cons of lung cancer screening
Many US doctors don’t discuss the harms of lung cancer screening or the potential for overdiagnosis in conversations with current and former smokers about whether tests are necessary, two new studies suggested.

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