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Travel Tips for a Stress Free Summer Vacation: Liligo

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Summer is here, bringing with it soaring temperatures, sunshine and the perfect opportunity to take a well deserved break. Make your trip stress free this summer with these essential tips. Make sure you have a valid passport If you’re planning to take your vacation international this summer, make sure your …

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E-Cigarettes Could Save Lives

E-cigarettes have a generally positive health impact and could significantly reduce the number of smoking-related deaths, new research has found. E-cigarettes could lead to a 21 per cent drop in deaths from smoking-related diseases in those born after 1997, according to a study published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research. The …

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Ice Bucket Challenge Funds Gene Discovery in ALS (MND) Research

Ice Bucket Challenge Funds Gene Discovery in ALS (MND) Research

The Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral in 2014 has funded an important scientific gene discovery in the progressive neurodegenerative disease ALS, the ALS Association says. Scientists have identified a new gene contributing to the disease, NEK1, The Ice Bucket Challenge has raised $115m (£87.7m) from people pouring cold water …

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Fiat Chrysler Recalling 410,000 Vehicles

Fiat Chrysler Recalling 410,000 Vehicles

People talk as they stand next to a logo of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) in Turin March 31, 2014. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCHA.MI) said on Friday it is recalling nearly 410 000 vehicles worldwide because of a defect that can lead to a loss of propulsion. The automaker said …

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Italy Eyes Private Deal to Bail out Bank

Italy Eyes Private Deal to Bail out Bank

Italy is eyeing a private sector solution to rescue Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Italy’s third-largest bank by assets, in an attempt to sidestep tough EU curbs on bailouts, according to senior bankers and European officials. Rome’s main options, however, involve the heavy involvement of the state-backed bank Cassa Depositi …

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Facebook Completes First Test Flight of its Aquila

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Facebook has reached a significant milestone in its bid to provide internet to even the most remote locations of the globe. Its Connectivity Lab has completed the first full-scale test flight of the firm’s Aquila high-altitude aircraft. Aquila is a solar-poweredplane designed to ‘beam’ connectivity to places that can’t support …

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SES Connects Multi-Country Music Festival “TomorrowLand 2016 Unite”

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Tomorrowland’s main stage for its annual UNITE events will be transmitted to seven cities across the world in HD via SES satellites The world leading satellite operator, and Tomorrowland, the largest electronic dance music festival in the world, today announced their collaboration to broadcast the main festival in Belgium live …

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Mercedes Just Revealed the Bus of the Future — and it Looks Awesome

Weltpremiere: Mercedes-Benz Future Bus mit CityPilot – Meilenstein auf dem Weg zum autonom fahrenden Stadtbus

Mercedes-Benz just passed a major milestone in autonomous public transportation.  The company’s semi-autonomous bus, called the Future Bus, drove a little more than 12 miles from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport to Haarlem, a city just outside Amsterdam. The bus’s journey was especially impressive because the route included traffic lights, tunnels, and …

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