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www.bbc.com Gatwick: Council calls for crackdown on Uber drivers at airport

A Crawley council committee will write to the government about alleged licensing breaches.

Gatwick: Council calls for crackdown on Uber drivers at airport
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Woman gets fine for owing maid 3 years’ salary in ‘safekeeping’ arrangement - TODAY
www.todayonline.com Woman gets fine for owing maid 3 years’ salary in ‘safekeeping’ arrangement

SINGAPORE — For almost three years, a woman entered into an arrangement with her foreign domestic worker to “safekeep” all her salary instead of paying her monthly as required by law.

Woman gets fine for owing maid 3 years’ salary in ‘safekeeping’ arrangement
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Burek King loses battle for the crown to Burger King - SWI swissinfo.ch
www.swissinfo.ch Burek King loses battle for the crown to Burger King

Fast-food chain Burek King has lost out to Burger King after a court confirmed the likelihood of confusion between the two brands.

Burek King loses battle for the crown to Burger King
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DOTr ‘overhauling’ Mindanao Railway Project | GMA News Online
www.gmanetwork.com DOTr ‘overhauling’ Mindanao Railway Project

After dropping Chinese funding for the Mindanao Railway Project, the DOTr is overhauling the project to prioritize the development of a modern and environment-friendly railway system.

DOTr ‘overhauling’ Mindanao Railway Project
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Denmark recalls South Korean Samyang noodles for being too spicy - CNA
www.channelnewsasia.com Denmark recalls South Korean Samyang noodles for being too spicy

SEOUL: Denmark's food agency has recalled South Korean instant ramen produced by a brand popular in the West, warning noodle lovers that they were so hot they might cause "acute poisoning". Three Samyang Foods noodle products were assessed to have dangerous levels of capsaicin, the active component ...

Denmark recalls South Korean Samyang noodles for being too spicy
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Bangkok Post - Thousands of pets die in fire at Chatuchak market
www.bangkokpost.com Thousands of pets die in fire at Chatuchak market

Fire tore through a pet market in Chatuchak district early Tuesday morning with thousands of animals believed to have been killed, including many costly exotic species.

Thousands of pets die in fire at Chatuchak market
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South Korea fires warning shots after North Korea soldiers briefly cross border - CNA
www.channelnewsasia.com South Korea fires warning shots after North Korea soldiers briefly cross border

SEOUL: South Korean troops fired warning shots after North Korean soldiers briefly crossed the border this week, Seoul's military said on Tuesday (Jun 11), with tensions high over Pyongyang's trash-

South Korea fires warning shots after North Korea soldiers briefly cross border
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GPS interferences affecting tractors on Finland's eastern border | Yle News
yle.fi GPS interferences affecting tractors on Finland's eastern border

Farm tractors on the eastern border are not getting correct positions from global positioning systems. The interference is apparently coming from Russia.

GPS interferences affecting tractors on Finland's eastern border
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cordcuttersnews.com Internet Service Providers Try to Stop Net Neutrality in Court | Cord Cutters News

Earlier this year the FCC passed a new rule that would bring back Net Neutrality. This was followed by the FTC and FCC announcing a partnership to enforce Net Neutrality and regulate the Internet in April. For years, the argument has been about who has what control over the Internet to regulate it: ...

Internet Service Providers Try to Stop Net Neutrality in Court | Cord Cutters News
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www.bbc.com Major cause of inflammatory bowel disease found

Scientists have found a weak spot in our DNA that is present in 95% of people with the disease.

Major cause of inflammatory bowel disease found
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www.bbc.com Why it's so challenging to develop vaccines for parasitic diseases

The process of making vaccines for parasites is extremely challenging – but scientists might be on the cusp of major breakthroughs.

Why it's so challenging to develop vaccines for parasitic diseases
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AM radio listeners set to be permanently tuned out in Japan - Japan Today
japantoday.com AM radio listeners set to be permanently tuned out in Japan

Is Japan witnessing the death of AM radio? Since February, some commercial radio broadcasters have begun a trial suspension of AM radio, with a real possibility the pause will extend to a permanent discontinuation across the country as broadcasters look to cut costs. Thirteen of the 47 commercial op...

AM radio listeners set to be permanently tuned out in Japan
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Chad Daybell sentenced to death in triple murder of family - ABC News
abcnews.go.com Chad Daybell sentenced to death in triple murder of family

An Idaho jury sentenced Chad Daybell, the man who killed his first wife and second wife's two children in 2019, to death.

Chad Daybell sentenced to death in triple murder of family
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9to5google.com Google might have accidentally published docs about how Search works

Internal documents describing what factors Google Search takes into consideration when ranking and displaying web results leaked...

Google might have accidentally published docs about how Search works
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