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Bolt beats Gatlin to win 100m gold
Usain Bolt produces a stunning display to beat Justin Gatlin and retain his 100m world title in Beijing.
[BBC News UK]

Thousands of migrants head closer to EU from Macedonia
GEVGELIJA, Macedonia (AP) " Thousands of migrants have boarded trains and buses in Macedonia that are taking them one step closer to the European Union, a day after they stormed past police trying to block them from entering the (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Kiwis head out to battle US wildfires
A group of 15 New Zealand firefighters will fly out tonight to help contain wildfires that are burning uncontrollably in the United States.The call went out this week for Kiwi wildfire specialists, and members of New Zealand's (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

China rehearses for massive military parade
BEIJING (AP) " Fighter jets flew low over Beijing on Sunday as thousands of soldiers from China, Russia and other countries rehearsed for a military parade next month commemorating the end of World War II.The Sept. 3 parade will...
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Migrants push past Macedonian police
Thousands of rain-soaked migrants break through police lines into Macedonia at the country's southern border with Greece.
[BBC News Europe]

Huge Zanzibar music festival cancelled
East Africa's most popular international music festival, Sauti za Busara in Zanzibar, is cancelled next year because of a lack of funding.
[BBC News Africa]

Ashley Madison members should come clean or risk extortion – video
Identity protection analyst Adam Levin says Ashley Madison members should come clean instead of waiting to be discovered or risking becoming the victim of extortion. Thousands of relationships and reputations are at risk after the release of customer data, including more than 15,000 government (...)
[The Guardian]

Mathematics as tough as steel
Steel is one of the main building blocks of modern society. This is because of all the metallic materials, steel - which is mainly iron – is the most advantageous to produce from both an economic and environmental point of view. Also, steel is extremely versatile: there are thousands of steels (...)
[Science daily]

Setting ground rules for nanotechnology research
In two new studies, researchers from across the United States have begun to design the framework on which to build the emerging field of nanoinformatics -- the combination of nanoscale research and informatics.
[Science daily]

Heavy metals prove all too common in meal replacement products, says watchdog group
Soylent has attracted the attention of a consumer advocacy group that claims the meal replacement drink contains levels of lead and cadmium that require a warning The popularity of meal replacement drinks has been surging in the United States over the past few years, driven by the obesity (...)
[The Guardian]

Return on investment slipping in biomedical research
As more money has been spent on biomedical research in the United States over the past 50 years, there has been diminished return on investment in terms of life expectancy gains and new drug approvals, researchers say.
[Science daily]

Amazon fights back against accusations of 'brutal' worker treatment
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[CNN Money]

Apple's senior executives are 70% white men, diversity filing reveals
The tech company’s 2014 EEO report, which it finally released after repeated refusal, showed only 11 people of color were in upper management positions More than 70% of Apple’s most senior executives are white men, the company’s first official diversity filings show. Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

Telefónica strengthens its infrastructure in the Americas with the deployment of a new submarine cable, the PCCS
Through its Wholesale Business Unit, Telefonica Business Solutions has strengthened its infrastructure in the Americas with the deployment of the Pacific Caribbean Cable System (PCCS), a submarine cable with a transmission capacity of up to 80 Tbps, which links Jacksonville (Florida, USA) with (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Telefónica strengthens its infrastructure in the Americas with the deployment of a new submarine cable, the PCCS
Through its Wholesale Business Unit, Telefonica Business Solutions has strengthened its infrastructure in the Americas with the deployment of the Pacific Caribbean Cable System (PCCS), a submarine cable with a transmission capacity of up to 80 Tbps, which links Jacksonville (Florida, USA) with (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

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