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Ripple rises as it now will be listed on Coinbase

Ripple did very well in 2017 making far greater gains than the top two cryptocoins Ethereum and Bitcoin. The gains extended into early January.

Brexit uncertainty for pharmaceutical companies

Of the different sectors of the British economy affected by the U.K.’s impending exit from the European Union, the pharmaceutical sector is one of the most significant. This relates to the value of the market and the regulatory impact.

Hungary's Orban steps up anti-migrant rhetoric as election nears

Budapest - Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Sunday ratcheted up his fierce anti-immigration rhetoric as he urged voters to reelect him in April for a third term, branding the opposition as out of touch and "hopeless".

New alliance for blockchain and supply chain

Supply chains globally are undergoing reforms, using blockchain and supply chain technologies. This has led to the formation of the 'Trusted IoT Alliance', plus various technological advancements.

Students call for nationwide march for gun control on March 24

Five survivors from a massacre of 17 people at a Florida high school are calling for a nationwide "March for Our Lives" on March 24 across the country.

Shortage of GPUs used in cryptocoin mining hinders research

Berkeley - Aaron Parsons an associate professor of Astronomy at the University of California Berkeley is using an array of radio telescopes to help him discover the first stars that formed in the universe about 13 billion years ago.

New way to generate energy from temperature changes

Boston - A new system, based on graphene, can draw power from daily temperature swings. The technology can harness temperature fluctuations of many kinds in order to produce electricity.

Florida students to march on Washington in call for gun reform

Washington - Students who survived a mass shooting at their Florida school on Sunday announced plans to march on Washington in a bid to "shame" lawmakers into reforming laws that make powerful firearms readily available.

Abuse or unemployment: stark choice for many Philippine domestics

Manila - After the murder of a Philippine maid in Kuwait, domestic helpers are streaming back to Manila with tales of abusive employers -- but many are still prepared to take their chances overseas again.

Emmanuel Karalis talks world junior record, World Championships Special

Greek pole vaulter chatted Emmanuel Karalis chatted with me about his world junior record in pole vault, as well as the upcoming 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham.

Braving rebel shelling, students back to Damascus schools

Damascus - Hanan anxiously waved goodbye as her 11-year-old daughter headed into class in Syria's capital after more than a week at home under escalating rebel shellfire."I can't describe my anxiety from the moment Lina leaves for school, until she returns.

Trump says Russia succeeding in sowing US discord

West Palm Beach - President Donald Trump acknowledged Sunday that Russia was succeeding beyond its "wildest dreams" in sowing discord within the US but once more refrained from directly challenging Moscow over its election meddling.

Science as art at the Francis Crick Institute Special

London - A myriad of intriguing patterns exist throughout the natural world, and many of these are on display at the Francis Crick Institute in London in a new exhibition. The exhibition aims to provide a glimpse into three intricate developmental patterns.

US ski star Vonn 'hurt' by anti-American claims

Pyeongchang - Lindsey Vonn admitted on Sunday that she was "hurt" by accusations that she is anti-American after the US ski star's outspoken stance against President Donald Trump.

Winn-Dixie owner Bi-Lo preparing for bankruptcy next month

Jacksonville - Supermarket company Bi-Lo LLC, which owns the Winn-Dixie chain, is planning to close at least 200 stores in a potential bankruptcy, two people familiar with the matter said on Friday, with the filing to come as soon as next month.

Battery or fuel cell? Assessing infrastructure costs

To power future devices and vehicles there are two competing research strands: looking at batteries or fuel cells. One research group has undertaking an assessment of the infrastructure costs associated with both options for vehicles.

'Do not test Israel's resolve', Netanyahu warns Iran

Munich - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tehran on Sunday over aggressions by Iran and its "proxies" in Syria, saying he would not allow them to "put a noose of terror around our neck".

Myanmar farmers going against the grain with apps

A free app on farmer San San Hla's smartphone is her new weapon in the war against the dreaded stem borer moth that blighted her rice paddy in southern Myanmar for the last two years.

18 killed in massive explosion at Indian wedding: official

Ajmer - Rescuers discovered nine more bodies Sunday beneath the ruins of a Indian hotel, bringing the known death toll from an explosion which tore through a wedding party to 18, an official said.

Kurd militia says three foreign members killed in Syria

Beirut - The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) said Sunday that three of its foreign members were killed in Syria, including two in the northern enclave of Afrin.
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