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California pushes talks on first-in-US police shooting rules
California lawmakers worked to find common ground Tuesday between law enforcement groups and reformers intent on adopting first-in-the-nation standards designed to limit fatal shootings by police.
Netherlands 'hosts most child sex abuse images'
Almost half of the child sexual abuse images reported to the Internet Watch Foundation last year were hosted in the Netherlands, the organization said.
Three men survive freezing waters after helicopter crashes off New Zealand
Three men miraculously survived after their helicopter crashed into the freezing sub-Antarctic waters off New Zealand’s southern tip by swimming to shore at night and camping on an island for hours until they were rescued.
New Zealand, France plan bid to tackle extremism on social media
In the wake of the Christchurch attack, New Zealand said on Wednesday that it would work with France in an effort to stop social media from being used to promote terrorism and violent extremism.
Even light rain increases your risk of a deadly car crash
Even light rain significantly increases your risk of a fatal car crash, a new study finds.
Revolutionary Phoenix aircraft can stay in sky indefinitely, engineers say
Experts have created a new type of aircraft that can stay in the air indefinitely by varying its buoyancy.
Ukrainian president-elect calls for talks with IMF on lower gas prices
Ukrainian President-elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Wednesday called on the government and state energy company Naftogaz to hold talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on lowering household gas prices from May 1.
Study: Almost 2m UK people will lose £1,000 a year with universal credit
Almost two million UK people will lose more than £1,000 a year following the switch to universal credit, with those claiming disability benefits the worst affected, according to research by a leading think tank.
World's central banks want more gold
India’s central bank is likely to join counterparts in Russia and China scooping up gold this year, adding to its record holdings and lending support to worldwide bullion demand as top economies diversify their reserves.
Smells delicious: Our tongues can detect odors, study suggests
The tongue does not just detect taste, but might pick up on odors too, according to research shedding new light on how we perceive flavor.
China central bank injects ¥267b in targeted loans as broader easing appears on hold
China’s central bank extended ¥267.4 billion ($39.8 billion) to some commercial banks on Wednesday via its targeted medium-term lending facility (TMLF) as it looks to provide struggling smaller business with a steady stream of affordable financing.
NASA probe detects likely 'marsquake', an interplanetary first
NASA’s robotic probe InSight detected and measured what scientists believe to be a “marsquake,” marking the first time a likely seismological tremor has been recorded on another planet, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California reported on Tuesday.
Illegal logging in Brazil turns Amazon into a powder keg
A rifle resting on his shoulder, Tatji Arara looks despondent as he steps over the trunks of huge trees felled by timber traffickers in the heart of Brazil's Amazon rainforest, now the scene of numerous land conflicts.
New Zealand’s car addiction putting its environment under pressure
New Zealand’s carbon emissions are continuing to rise according to the new Environment Aotearoa 2019 report released this month.
Wild salmon population ‘at crisis point’ in UK
Levels of wild salmon in Scotland are at their lowest since records began, sparking calls for a radical effort to preserve the species as a matter of UK national priority.

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