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Evening is Asawari Kulkarni's favorite time of the day. She spends it sipping green tea with her new partner Anil Yardi.

- The bubonic plague is back again in China's Inner Mongolia

    > - World   - mis en cache le 6 July 2020 - 08:03
Authorities in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia are on high alert after a suspected case of bubonic plague, the disease that caused the Black Death pandemic, was reported Sunday.

- Australia has discovered it can use its waves for renewable energy

    > - World   - mis en cache le 6 July 2020 - 06:35
Underwater turbines could help ease Australia's dependence on fossil fuels.

- Time could be running out for the 747

    > - World   - mis en cache le 6 July 2020 - 06:35
The 747 is perhaps the most popular plane in Boeing's history. But the embattled aircraft maker could be getting close to finally pulling the plug on the once groundbreaking jumbo jet with the distinctive second-floor bulge.
For the last decade, Thomas Sauvin has been purchasing discarded color negatives by the kilogram from a recycling plant outside Beijing. The old 35-millimeter films capture family outings, weddings, birthdays, vacations -- anonymous, everyday memories that would otherwise be lost.

- South Africa battles coronavirus and tuberculosis

    > - World   - mis en cache le 5 July 2020 - 21:03
Healthcare workers in South Africa worry that decades of hard won gains in the battle against tuberculosis will be lost due to a new focus on coronavirus. CNN's David McKenzie reports from Cape Town.
Drunk people can't properly socially distance, a UK police officer warned after finishing a late shift Saturday -- the first day that pubs reopened in England after the coronavirus shutdown.

- How much trouble is Huawei in?

    > - World   - mis en cache le 5 July 2020 - 12:03
"Imagine a world within a world." That is how Hormuz Bana describes the centuries-old community where he lives in Mumbai -- and which is in danger of vanishing.
If you're looking for a reason to care about tree loss, the nation's latest heat wave might be it. Trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a recent study.


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