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North Korea ready to talk 'at any time' with Donald Trump

North Korea has said it is still willing to talk 'at any time in any form' after US President Donald Trump abruptly cancelled his meeting with Kim Jong-un.


Water resistant sunscreen claims ‘meaningless’, says Which?

Water-resistant sunscreen products work much less well after they have been worn in the sea, a consumer group has warned ahead of the summer holiday season.


Uber ends Arizona driverless car programme

Uber, Arizona driverless car programme, end

Uber has pulled the plug on its self-driving car operation in Arizona two months after a pedestrian was killed in an accident involving one of its cars.


Deutsche Bank to cut more than 7,000 jobs

Deutsche Bank has said it will cut more than 7,000 jobs as Germany's biggest lender attempts to return to profit.


Amazon defends providing police facial recognition tech

Amazon has defended working with US police forces to provide facial recognition technology, amid concern from civil rights groups.


Artificial intelligence can be weapon in cancer fight, PM to say

The diagnosis of cancer and other diseases in the UK can be transformed by using artificial intelligence, Theresa May is to say.


Iran mushroom poisoning: More than 800 sick from deadly fungi

Missing microbes, cause childhood cancer, prevent the disease

More than 800 people have been poisoned after eating toxic wild mushrooms in around 10 provinces in the west of Iran.


An egg a day to keep the doctor away?

Daily egg, reduce the risk of heart disease and strokes

A study of nearly half a million people in China suggests a daily egg may reduce the risk of heart disease and strokes.


Cuba plane crash: Grettel Landrove becomes 111th victim

Cuba plane crash, air disaster, victims

The death toll of Cuba's deadliest air disaster in 30 years has risen to 111 after one of the survivors died of her injuries on Monday evening.


'Shocking' human impact reported on world's protected areas

World's protected areas, degraded, human activities, mining, logging, farming

One third of the world's protected lands are being degraded by human activities and are not fit for purpose,


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