A 55-year-old woman was found dead after being swept away near the flood-prone town of Tenbury Wells in western England.
The US electric carmaker announced plans last November to build a Gigafactory in Gruenheide in the eastern state of Brandenburg.
The new supercomputer, which will be managed by the country's Met Office, will be used to help more accurately predict storms, select the most suitable locations for flood defences and predict changes to the global climate.
A taxi driver died from COVID-19 in Taiwan, officials say marking first such death on island and fifth fatality outside mainland China from an epidemic that IMF says could damage global growth.
Christopher Blair, a self-described "liberal troll" and political activist knows what to write for his right-wing "target audience" through years of "being embedded in their world."
Dozens of protesters from the Extinction Rebellion group drew attention — and anger from some drivers — as they fired colourful smoke flares into the air and blocked busy intersections in central London near the fashion events.
"People would often think that technology is something that's cold. We decided to participate to see if technology can comfort and warm your heart when it is used for people" - project leader Lee Hyun-suk, director of the Seoul-based VIVE Studios.
Political campaigns and groups can now use the social media company's branded content tool, which allows influencers to more clearly tag in an official sub-header that the post is a paid partnership.
Nearly 70 students said they were told to undress after a used sanitary napkin was found in a garden outside Sahjanand Girls Institute in Gujarat, where they are banned from the hostel when they have their periods.
Australia has been battling hundreds of blazes since September in an unusually prolonged summer wildfire season that was fuelled by three years of drought, which experts have attributed to climate change.
Crypto AG used its base in neutral Switzerland to help it sell code-making equipment to Iran, India, Pakistan, Libya, Egypt, Chile, Argentina and dozens of other countries who in effect paid millions of dollars to be spied on.
In an analysis of how the spread of misinformation affects the spread of disease, scientists at Britain's East Anglia University (UEA) said any successful efforts to stop people sharing fake news could help save lives.
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