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Heavy rains, landslides leave 18 dead in south India

Heavy rains, landslides leave 18 dead in south India

At least 18 people have died a day after torrential rains swept through villages and flooded roads in the southern Indian state of Kerala.

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Snoop Dogg’s company makes first investment in Europe in cannabis start-up

Snoop Dogg’s company makes first investment in Europe in cannabis start-up

US rap artist Snoop Dogg is turning his attention to Europe’s booming cannabis industry.The artist, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, is the co-founder of Casa Verde, a vulture capital (VC) fund based in Los Angeles that focuses on the cannabis industry.

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Bitcoin nears record high amid ETF debut. What is an ETF and can it convince the crypto world?

Bitcoin nears record high amid ETF debut. What is an ETF and can it convince the crypto world?

The first exchange-traded fund (ETF) linked to Bitcoin launched on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. Experts say it is likely to drive investment into the cryptocurrency but it may be a hard sell for Bitcoin fans who want to cut out the middleman.

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Day 2 of the 50th Paris Judo Grand Slam 2021

Day 2 of the 50th Paris Judo Grand Slam 2021

The fans arrived at one of Judo’s hallowed halls and they were in for an epic second day of the Paris Grand Slam.

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Apple launches faster chips, MacBook Pro laptops and cheaper Airpods – what are the upgrades?

Apple launches faster chips, MacBook Pro laptops and cheaper Airpods – what are the upgrades?

Apple released two new chips built into more powerful new MacBook Pro laptops and a third-generation AirPod wireless earbud that pair with a new cheaper monthly music streaming service.

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Milan food waste scheme among first winners of Prince William's Earthshot Prize

Milan food waste scheme among first winners of Prince William's Earthshot Prize

The city of Milan was handed an award for a pioneering scheme to combat food waste, at the inaugural ceremony of Prince William’s Earthshot Prize.

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Apple is expected to unveil new MacBook Pros with its more powerful 'Apple Silicon' chips

Apple is expected to unveil new MacBook Pros with its more powerful 'Apple Silicon' chips

Analysts expect Apple to unveil new Mac laptop computers with more powerful processor chips at an event that will be streamed later Monday.

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Europe's week: Brexit back with a bang, new Austrian chancellor and energy crisis measures

Europe's week: Brexit back with a bang, new Austrian chancellor and energy crisis measures

This week saw the official return of Brexit.The British government wants to rewrite the divorce agreement because it doesn’t like parts of it – even though it said it never liked it in the first place, but negotiated and signed it anyway.

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European carmakers shift up a gear on electric vehicles in the race to become the next Tesla

European carmakers shift up a gear on electric vehicles in the race to become the next Tesla

With electric car sales soaring and regulations increasingly favouring zero-emission vehicles, a flurry of announcements on Monday showed how the global auto industry has kicked into a higher gear as it races to speed past the fossil-fuel car era.

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Pigs pile up as Brexit and COVID leave UK farms with butcher shortfall

Pigs pile up as Brexit and COVID leave UK farms with butcher shortfall

A massive shortage of abattoir butchers has lead to a backlog of pigs on UK farms. Pig farmer Sophie Hope told Euronews the industry is on the brink of disaster unless the British government acts soon.

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