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Researchers find the best way to press a button

When all you have is a finger everything looks like a button . But what happens if you’re unable to press buttons or, more likely, we begin using robots and other tools to interact with the real world? That’s what researchers at Aalto Universi


Focus turns to missing in Canadian serial killer case

Judi Riley's 47-year-old brother vanished while on a trip to Toronto nearly five years ago.


Tonga bans schoolgirls from rugby and boxing 'to preserve dignity'

Order from education minister criticised as sexist, but government blames disruption caused by Cyclone GitaThe Tongan government has banned schoolgirls from playing rugby or boxing because the sports are deemed undignified and not in keeping with the isla


France’s first sex doll brothel approved despite claims it breaches legislation banning prostitution

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Punters are offered the services of a sex doll rather than a real woman in one of the several rooms inside the brothel


North Korean media say diplomacy is strength, not weakness

North Korea's state media say the country's moves to ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula are evidence of its confidence and national strength, not a sign of weakness.


Israeli military confirms it hit Syrian nuclear site in 2007

The Israeli military confirmed Wednesday it carried out the 2007 airstrike in Syria that destroyed what was believed to be a nuclear reactor, lifting the veil of secrecy over one of its most daring and mysterious operations in recent memory.

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Philippine bus careens into ravine, killing 19, injuring 17

Police say at least 19 people were killed when a passenger bus careened off a road and fell into a ravine south of the Philippine capital.


Boy, six, meets with Theresa May to help change cannabis laws to treat his rare epilepsy

A SIX-year-old boy with a rare form of epilepsy could see the cannabis laws changed after meeting the Prime Minister yesterday. Theresa May met Alfie Dingley, who suffers up to 30 seizures a day, when he handed in a petition calling for him to be granted


Clandestine videos roil Peru ahead of impeachment vote

The revelation of videos allegedly showing attempts to buy a lawmaker*s political support is shaking Peru*s political establishment days before a scheduled impeachment vote against President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

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