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Defence and Security Analyst Professor Michael Clarke analyses the battle for Severodonetsk, an eastern Ukrainian city in the Luhansk Oblast. The city is north east of the Siverskyi Donets river, which causes many problems for Ukrainian forces travelling east into the city, as the remaining two bridges have been taken by the Russian military. #SkyNews
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Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a ceremony honouring the country’s Olympians and Paralympians at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia April 26, 2022.  Maxim Shemetov | Reuters DAVOS, Switzerland — Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s bargaining position is “not as strong as he pretends” and Europe has leverage against him, according to billionaire investor
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The smallest-ever remote-controlled walking robot has been built by Northwestern University engineers, and it comes in the guise of a tiny, charming peekytoe crab. These tiny crabs, which are only a half-millimetre long, can bend, twist, crawl, walk, turn, and even jump. The researchers also created millimetre-sized robots that resemble inchworms, crickets, and beetles. Though
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Ricky Gervais has defended his new Netflix show after a LGBT rights group called his material “dangerous” towards trans people. The comedian has sparked controversy with his latest show SuperNature, which was released on the streaming platform on Tuesday. His hour-long routine includes a series of jokes about gender identity and the gay community, which
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On August 15, 1977, a mysterious ‘Wow!’ signal had briefly blared through a radio telescope that lasted for 72 seconds. Now, almost half a century later, researchers may have discovered the source of the alleged alien broadcast. A study recently published on May 6 indicates that the signal likely came from a Sun-like star located
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