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Sombre mood as Germany marks 30 years of Berlin Wall fall

Germany marks three decades since the fall of the Berlin Wall this week, but a hint of a return of the Cold War and the rise of nationalism is dampening the mood.


Chinese state media urge 'tougher line' on Hong Kong

Chinese state-run media on Monday called for a "tougher line" on democracy protesters in Hong Kong, after a weekend of violence following Beijing's plans to tighten control over the semi-autonomous city.


New battery design can charge an electric car in 10 minutes

Ten minutes charging time to add 200 miles of driving range: scientists in the US have claimed a technological breakthrough that could resolve one of the key concerns surrounding all-electric vehicles.


300 million face annual coastline flooding by 2050: study

Coastal areas currently home to 300 million people will be vulnerable by 2050 to flooding made worse by climate change, no matter how aggressively humanity curbs carbon emissions, scientists said.


DAP members cautioned against 'deep state' sabotaging party

DAP leadership has warned party members that there could be a “deep state” trying to destroy the party.


Jho Low offered asylum: spokesperson

"Jho Low was offered asylum in August 2019 by a country that acts in accordance with the principles of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and European Convention on Human Rights."


Truck plummets down Philippine ravine, kills 19

19 farmers were killed in northern Philippines when a truck carrying them and sacks of rice seeds plunged down a deep ravine.


At 2°C warmer, lizards eat less healthily: study

Just two degrees of warming causes lizards to change their eating habits resulting in less healthy adult reptiles, according to research published.


Twitter to ban political ads worldwide on its platform

Twitter said it would stop accepting political advertising globally on its platform, responding to growing concerns over misinformation from politicians on social media.


'Easy money and a better life': Vietnamese undeterred by UK truck tragedy

The traffickers have gone underground but they'll come back, villagers and brokers say, with the deaths of 39 migrants in a truck in Britain unlikely to deter the country's vast pool of rural Vietnamese from making perilous journeys abroad.


 

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