Ukrainian troops are battling to remain in control of the city of Lysychansk, in the face of a determined Russian assault. Sky’s Special correspondent Alex Crawford has been inside Lysychansk and has sent this extended report from the front line. Alex was inside the besieged city with cameraman Jake Britton and producers Chris Cunningham, Artem
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In this article GOOGL Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google Anindito Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Getty Images Google said late Friday that it will work to quickly delete location history for people going to abortion sites and other medical sites following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade last week. “Today, we’re announcing that if
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Steam rises from the cooling towers of the coal-fired power plant at Duke Energy’s Crystal River Energy Complex in Crystal River, Florida, U.S., March 26, 2021. Dane Rhys | Reuters On Thursday, the Supreme Court changed the rules of the game in the race to limit global warming by constricting the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority
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Homegrown space sector start-up Dhruva Space has tested and space-qualified its satellite orbital deployer, setting the stage for its plans to launch indigenously built satellites soon. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C53 mission that placed in orbit three foreign satellites, also proved to be a testbed for Dhruva Space’s Satellite Orbital Deployer (DSOD-1U), that
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Two women have been arrested after trying to smuggle 109 live animals out of Thailand in their luggage. Officers discovered 35 turtles, 50 chameleons, 20 snakes, two white porcupines and two armadillos in their bags. The pair were trying to board a Thai Airways flight to India, and suspicions were raised following what was meant
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Researchers have developers a flexible implant capable of relieving pain in patients. In what could be termed as a game-changing discovery, the implant is a water-soluble and biocompatible device that can serve as an alternative to painkillers — eliminating the need for addictive medications. By wrapping around the nerves to provide cooling in the region, the
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Bitcoin just finished its worst month since May 2021, losing more than 38% of its value in June, as of Thursday afternoon. Ether, the world’s second biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, ended the same period down by about 47%. Though weakness in the digital assets sector is part of a broader flight from risk, confidence in the crypto market,
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Podcaster and campaigner Dame Deborah James, whose frank accounts of life with bowel cancer sparked an extraordinary deluge of charity donations, has died, her family has announced. Dame Deborah broke the news of her worsening diagnosis to followers last month, saying she had moved into end-of-life hospice care at home. Read more: https://news.sky.com/story/deborah-james-dies-podcaster-and-cancer-campaigner-passes-away-aged-40-12610225 SUBSCRIBE to
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People in some parts of England could be offered blood pressure checks in betting shops under the biggest shake-up of the NHS for a decade. Some 42 integrated care systems (ICSs) come into force today, bringing together GPs, hospitals, care services, and other local groups. Clinical commissioning groups, which previously controlled local health budgets, will
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The US Federal Communications Commission on Thursday authorised Elon Musk’s SpaceX to use its Starlink satellite internet network with moving vehicles, green-lighting the company’s plan to expand broadband offerings to commercial airlines, shipping vessels and trucks. Starlink, a fast-growing constellation of internet-beaming satellites in orbit, has long sought to grow its customer base from individual
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Aston Martin has said it is considering multiple funding options following reports that Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund was lining up a possible investment worth hundreds of millions of pounds. Responding to the reports, the luxury carmaker said that it was keeping all “funding options under review,” amid uncertainty around the company’s future. Aston Martin’s
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