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McLaren: Fernando Alonso becomes ambassador, will test F1 car
Two-time champion Fernando Alonso has become an ambassador for McLaren, a role that will include him testing their Formula 1 car this year.
Will England’s universities go bust if fees are cut?
There's a growing expectation that the review of student finance in England, headed by the financier Philip Augar, is going to recommend a cut in tuition fees.
Sources: Japan will boost efforts to assimilate more foreigners
With a major influx of foreign workers expected starting in April, Japan’s Justice Ministry is gearing up to help their assimilation into Japanese society through the new immigration control agency, according to sources.
Rising seas will swamp homes, report says
England’s coastal communities have not faced up to the reality of rising seas through climate change, a report said.
NASA says will use Russia's Soyuz despite rocket failure
NASA chief, Jim Bridenstine, on Friday praised the Russian space program and said he expected a new crew to go to the International Space Station in December despite a rocket failure.
Pak gov’t will promote cultural heritage at federal, provincial levels
A substantial plan is needed to preserve and document the dying arts in Pakistan as the country has a distinct and unique culture with diverse shades and rich history. Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said this while chairing a briefing session at Lok Virsa.
Russian official: Rocket failure astronauts will go back into space
The head of Russia’s space agency said on Friday that two astronauts who survived the mid-air failure of a Russian rocket would fly again and would provisionally travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year.
Top UK scientist fearing Brexit will strip leadership from Britain
A top British scientist called the government ‘totally chaotic’ as he stands to lose his leadership of major European projects after Brexit.
Food bank use will soar after universal credit rollout, warns charity
The UK’s government plans to move three million people currently receiving tax credits and disability benefits on to universal credit from next April will trigger an explosion in food bank use, the Trussell Trust warned.
Which cities will sink into sea first? Maybe not the ones you expect
Better scientific understanding of global warming makes the discussion about its geopolitical consequences increasingly urgent.
Musk will no longer take Tesla private
Tesla chief executive Elon Musk said he will no longer be taking the electric car maker private, just two weeks after saying he was considering a deal.
Will drinking coffee prolong your life?
Emerging evidence has been pointing to the protective effects that coffee can have over a person's health.
How much longer will Southern Ocean slow climate change?
The gigantic carbon sink below New Zealand that is the Southern Ocean might come to quicken the effects of climate change, due to a worrying feedback loop just identified by scientists.

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