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Japanese billionaire businessman revealed as SpaceX’s first Moon traveler

by Ivan CouronneMaezawa, 42, will be the first lunar traveler since the last US Apollo mission in 1972. He paid ...
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Machines will do more tasks than humans by 2025: WEF

The sharp increase could also see a net gain in "new roles" for humans, who will have to revamp skills ...
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Massive clean-up in Hong Kong after typhoon brings trail of destruction

The death toll in the Philippines, where the main island of Luzon was mauled with fierce winds and rain, rose ...
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Firebrand Malema fights for land revolution in S. Africa

by Michelle GUMEDEJulius Malema, head of the anti-capitalist Economic Freedom Fighters party, warned that poor, young South Africans felt abandoned ...
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US threatens to arrest ICC judges who probe war crimes

by Paul HANDLEYWhite House National Security Advisor John Bolton called the Hague-based rights body "unaccountable" and "outright dangerous" to the ...
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30,000 flee in Syria as UN fears century’s ‘worst’ crisis

by Omar Haj KadourIdlib province and adjacent rural areas form the largest piece of territory still held by Syria's beleaguered ...
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Sweden PM invites opposition to talks as far-right make election gains

by Pia OHLINPrime Minister Stefan Lofven invited the centre-right opposition Alliance to talks aimed at a "cross-bloc cooperation", after his ...
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30,000 flee in Syria as UN fears century’s ‘worst’ crisis

by Omar Haj KadourIdlib province and adjacent rural areas form the largest piece of territory still held by Syria's beleaguered ...
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US Open champion Djokovic: ‘I owe Federer, Nadal’

by Rebecca BRYAN"Pete Sampras is one of the biggest legends ever to play the game," Djokovic said after earning a ...
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Helen Zille: From the Inside: Meaning well doesn’t always translate into doing well

In trying to answer this question, we need to avoid our default position of 1) blaming someone else for the ...
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