Saturday, March 2, 2024

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How worried should we be about the pneumonia outbreak in China?

C Raina MacIntyre, UNSW Sydney; Ashley Quigley, UNSW Sydney; Haley Stone, UNSW Sydney, and Rebecca Dawson, UNSW Sydney Reports of a surge in pneumonia-like illness...

Imperialist fence of hypocrisy on the eastern wall of struggle

Maryam Hassan and Zaina Shahid Khan During the early days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a video featuring a blonde-haired, fair-skinned girl confronting a...
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Nobel prize in physics awarded for work unveiling the secrets of electrons

Amelle Zaïr, King's College London The 2023 Nobel prize in physics has been awarded to a trio of scientists for pioneering tools used to study...

Rupert Murdoch and the rise and fall of the press barons: how much power do newspapers still have?

Simon Potter, University of Bristol Global media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has announced his retirement as chairman of Fox and News Corp, making way for his...
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Morocco’s earthquake wasn’t unexpected – building codes must plan for them

José A. Peláez Montilla, Universidad de Jaén The Earth’s surface is constituted of several tectonic plates, large segments of the planet’s outer layer, which move...

G20: Xi Jinping’s snub of summit latest in escalation of ambition between two assertive powers

Dheeraj Paramesha, University of Hull It might be tempting to connect Xi Jinping’s refusal to attend the G20 summit in India with continuing border tensions....
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