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Restoration of the Notre Dame Cathedrale in Paris will start soon but will be long to achieve

Only now, two years after the April 2019 blaze, the protective consolidation of Notre Dame in Paris has been finished, allowing restoration to start. After the fire,the French President Emmanuel Macron said the cathedral – which dates back to the 12th century – would be rebuilt.

Tech News

Pfizer is recalling anti-smoking drug Chantix

Pfizer is voluntarily recalling all lots of its popular anti-smoking drug Chantix for high levels of nitrosamine, which can increase the risk of cancer.

Lawmakers versus Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the impact of Instagram over children’s mental health

Lawmakers want Facebook to abandon plans to launch an “Instagram for Kids” - intended for children under the age of 13 - after they were informed about some negative influences: the platform has inflamed mental-health problems, including suicidal ideation, among its teenage users; most notably, young girls.

Three former US intelligence operatives helped building a hacking program for the UAE

Marc Baier, Ryan Adams and Daniel Gericke , all former US intelligence or military operatives, are accused for helping build a hacking program for the United Arab Emirates government using computer exploits to break into computers in the US and around the world.

The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is being wrapped in fabric after a vision of the artist Christo, after his death

A project imagined by Bulgarian-born artist Vladimirov Javacheff Christo, who died last year, and his late wife and collaborator Jeanne-Claude, is achieved now in Paris. The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is to be wrapped in 30,000 square meters of recyclable polypropylene fabric in silvery blue and 7,000 meters (23,000 feet) of red rope.

McDonald is ready to launch the vegan burger McPlant

McDonald’s first vegan burger was developed for three years but now it is to be launched. The McPlant debuted for a trial run in Denmark and Sweden. It will launch in 10 McDonald's sites in Coventry from September 29, before rolling out to a further 250 UK restaurants in October

Carmaker Toyota will make big investition in solid-state batteries

World’s largest carmaker Toyota announced will invest ¥1.5tn ($13.6bn) in battery development and supply over the next decade.

Entertainement News

Legendary singer Sir Elton John postponed his upcoming 2021 UK and European tour until 2023

Sir Elton John 74-old-singer, the legendary piano man, has postponed his upcoming 2021 UK and European tour (Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour) until 2023. This will affect roughly 50 dates in the UK, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Belgium and France

The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is being wrapped in fabric after a vision of the artist Christo, after his death

A project imagined by Bulgarian-born artist Vladimirov Javacheff Christo, who died last year, and his late wife and collaborator Jeanne-Claude, is achieved now in Paris. The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is to be wrapped in 30,000 square meters of recyclable polypropylene fabric in silvery blue and 7,000 meters (23,000 feet) of red rope.

The pop star Britney Spears has announced her engagement to her boyfriend Sam Asghari

US pop star Britney Spears has announced on Sunday her engagement to her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, an actor and fitness trainer, born in the Iranian capital Tehran. The couple shared the news on Instagram. Sam spent months finding the perfect designer for Britney’s personalized ring, which has a sentimental engraving – the word “Lioness” (Sam’s nickname for Britney).

Sports News

British Emma Raducanu won the U.S. Open

British tennis star Emma Raducanu, from Bromley, won the U.S. Open. She overpowered Leylah Fernandez, a 19-year-old from Canada - winning 6-4 6-3 in the US Open final on Saturday night. It was the first major tennis final between two teenagers in 22 years.

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Lawmakers versus Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the impact of Instagram over children’s mental health

Lawmakers want Facebook to abandon plans to launch an “Instagram for Kids” - intended for children under the age of 13 - after they were informed about some negative influences: the platform has inflamed mental-health problems, including suicidal ideation, among its teenage users; most notably, young girls.

McDonald is ready to launch the vegan burger McPlant

McDonald’s first vegan burger was developed for three years but now it is to be launched. The McPlant debuted for a trial run in Denmark and Sweden. It will launch in 10 McDonald's sites in Coventry from September 29, before rolling out to a further 250 UK restaurants in October

Carmaker Toyota will make big investition in solid-state batteries

World’s largest carmaker Toyota announced will invest ¥1.5tn ($13.6bn) in battery development and supply over the next decade.

Hanson Robotics produced Grace, a humanoid robot to be an assistant for doctors

The Hong Kong-based robotics firm Hanson Robotics has unveiled its latest invention: Grace, a humanoid robot designed as an assistant for doctors. Grace is equipped with sensors, including a thermal camera to detect a patient's temperature and pulse and can and deliver treatments.

Life

Carmaker Toyota will make big investition in solid-state batteries

World’s largest carmaker Toyota announced will invest ¥1.5tn ($13.6bn) in battery development and supply over the next decade.

An old woman tested positive on a Carnival Vista cruise ship and died in a hospital

A 77-year-old Oklahoma woman, a retired Sunday School teacher, who tested positive on a trip to Belize with her family with the Carnival Vista cruise ship which sailed out of Galveston, Texas, died after being hospitalised and placed on a ventilator.

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a probe into Tesla’s Autopilot software

. Since 2018, 11 incidents (which include 17 injuries and one fatality) occurred in which Tesla vehicles using the company’s Autopilot features, like Traffic-Aware Cruise Control, have crashed into stationary emergency vehicles.

Science

Firefighters in California try to protect the world’s largest tree

Firefighters wrapped the base of the world’s largest tree - theGeneral Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest- in a fire-resistant aluminum blanket as they tried to save the famous grove of gigantic old-growth sequoias from wildfires burning in California’s rugged Sierra Nevada, especially from the Colony wildfire.

Flash flooding in the southern France, Wednesday,people evacuated in dozens villages

Flash flooding abruptly turned roads and fields into rivers and lakes in the southern France, as new heavy rainfall threatened the area on Wednesday. About 60 villages have been partially hit.

Tropical storm Nicholas strengthened into a hurricane

Tropical storm Nicholas has strengthened into a hurricane late Monday ahead of making landfall along the central Texas coast. Nicholas is the 14th named storm of the season. The storm is threatening the region with "life-threatening" rainfall, strong winds and storm surges.

SpaceX is ready to launch a civilian crew for three days in space

A new era of commercial space tourism began. Elon Musk's SpaceX is just days away from sending its first all-civilian crew on a three-day mission around the Earth multiple times. Inspiration4 will orbit 360 miles above Earth, higher than the International Space Station, with no professional astronaut on board.

The Ig Nobel Prize for this year was decided

The Ig Nobel Prize, created by the science magazine Annals of Improbable Research to honor curious and "imaginative" discoveries was awarded to a research team from Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Brazil, the UK and the USA who conducted an experiment that involved hanging rhinoceroses upside down, suspended in the air by their feet.

Health

Divers at the site of an ongoing oil spill that appeared in the Gulf of Mexico after Hurricane Ida have identified the apparent source. It is a one-foot diameter pipeline displaced from a trench on the ocean floor.
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Restoration of the Notre Dame Cathedrale in Paris will start soon but will be long to achieve

Only now, two years after the April 2019 blaze, the protective consolidation of Notre Dame in Paris has been finished, allowing restoration to start. After the fire,the French President Emmanuel Macron said the cathedral – which dates back to the 12th century – would be rebuilt.

Flash flooding in the southern France, Wednesday,people evacuated in dozens villages

Flash flooding abruptly turned roads and fields into rivers and lakes in the southern France, as new heavy rainfall threatened the area on Wednesday. About 60 villages have been partially hit.

The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is being wrapped in fabric after a vision of the artist Christo, after his death

A project imagined by Bulgarian-born artist Vladimirov Javacheff Christo, who died last year, and his late wife and collaborator Jeanne-Claude, is achieved now in Paris. The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is to be wrapped in 30,000 square meters of recyclable polypropylene fabric in silvery blue and 7,000 meters (23,000 feet) of red rope.

A loud explosion and fire occurred Friday evening at a believed industrial unit in Dewsbury, the U.K.

A loud explosion which could be heard for miles and huge 'bang' has sparked panic in Dewsbury, in the Kirklees town, West Yorkshire ,on Friday evening, near the town center

News in USA

Thousands illegal immigrants under the Del Rio International Bridge in Texas

Over 10,000 illegal immigrants are waiting for asylum under the Del Rio International Bridge that connects Del Rio, Texas and Mexico's Ciudad Acuña.

Firefighters in California try to protect the world’s largest tree

Firefighters wrapped the base of the world’s largest tree - theGeneral Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest- in a fire-resistant aluminum blanket as they tried to save the famous grove of gigantic old-growth sequoias from wildfires burning in California’s rugged Sierra Nevada, especially from the Colony wildfire.

A father filed a $1 million lawsuit in federal court in Grand Rapids against the school district where his daughter is

Jimmy Hoffmeyer, the father of a 7-year-old Michigan girl whose hair was cut by a teacher without her parents’ permission has filed Tuesday a $1 million lawsuit in federal court in Grand Rapids against the school district, a librarian and a teacher's assistant. He invoked girl’s constitutional rights were violated, racial discrimination, ethnic intimidation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault and battery.

Three former US intelligence operatives helped building a hacking program for the UAE

Marc Baier, Ryan Adams and Daniel Gericke , all former US intelligence or military operatives, are accused for helping build a hacking program for the United Arab Emirates government using computer exploits to break into computers in the US and around the world.

International News

Women’s battle to be proteged by the laws

Women, as they are vulnerable beings, want to be proteged by laws. A group of former models in France asked lawmakers to change the actual sex abuse laws.The women say “rape should not have an expiration date.”

North Korea fired two ballistic missiles Wednesday

North Korea fired two ballistic missiles toward the East Sea on Wednesday, according to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff. They were launched from central North Korea and soared nearly 500 miles before landing in the waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.

Three former US intelligence operatives helped building a hacking program for the UAE

Marc Baier, Ryan Adams and Daniel Gericke , all former US intelligence or military operatives, are accused for helping build a hacking program for the United Arab Emirates government using computer exploits to break into computers in the US and around the world.
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Restoration of the Notre Dame Cathedrale in Paris will start soon but will be long to achieve

Only now, two years after the April 2019 blaze, the protective consolidation of Notre Dame in Paris has been finished, allowing restoration to start. After the fire,the French President Emmanuel Macron said the cathedral – which dates back to the 12th century – would be rebuilt.

Pfizer is recalling anti-smoking drug Chantix

Pfizer is voluntarily recalling all lots of its popular anti-smoking drug Chantix for high levels of nitrosamine, which can increase the risk of cancer.

Thousands illegal immigrants under the Del Rio International Bridge in Texas

Over 10,000 illegal immigrants are waiting for asylum under the Del Rio International Bridge that connects Del Rio, Texas and Mexico's Ciudad Acuña.

Firefighters in California try to protect the world’s largest tree

Firefighters wrapped the base of the world’s largest tree - theGeneral Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest- in a fire-resistant aluminum blanket as they tried to save the famous grove of gigantic old-growth sequoias from wildfires burning in California’s rugged Sierra Nevada, especially from the Colony wildfire.

A father filed a $1 million lawsuit in federal court in Grand Rapids against the school district where his daughter is

Jimmy Hoffmeyer, the father of a 7-year-old Michigan girl whose hair was cut by a teacher without her parents’ permission has filed Tuesday a $1 million lawsuit in federal court in Grand Rapids against the school district, a librarian and a teacher's assistant. He invoked girl’s constitutional rights were violated, racial discrimination, ethnic intimidation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault and battery.

Legendary singer Sir Elton John postponed his upcoming 2021 UK and European tour until 2023

Sir Elton John 74-old-singer, the legendary piano man, has postponed his upcoming 2021 UK and European tour (Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour) until 2023. This will affect roughly 50 dates in the UK, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Belgium and France

Lawmakers versus Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the impact of Instagram over children’s mental health

Lawmakers want Facebook to abandon plans to launch an “Instagram for Kids” - intended for children under the age of 13 - after they were informed about some negative influences: the platform has inflamed mental-health problems, including suicidal ideation, among its teenage users; most notably, young girls.

Women’s battle to be proteged by the laws

Women, as they are vulnerable beings, want to be proteged by laws. A group of former models in France asked lawmakers to change the actual sex abuse laws.The women say “rape should not have an expiration date.”

Flash flooding in the southern France, Wednesday,people evacuated in dozens villages

Flash flooding abruptly turned roads and fields into rivers and lakes in the southern France, as new heavy rainfall threatened the area on Wednesday. About 60 villages have been partially hit.

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Restoration of the Notre Dame Cathedrale in Paris will start soon but will be long to achieve

Only now, two years after the April 2019 blaze, the protective consolidation of Notre Dame in Paris has been finished, allowing restoration to start. After the fire,the French President Emmanuel Macron said the cathedral – which dates back to the 12th century – would be rebuilt.

Pfizer is recalling anti-smoking drug Chantix

Pfizer is voluntarily recalling all lots of its popular anti-smoking drug Chantix for high levels of nitrosamine, which can increase the risk of cancer.

Thousands illegal immigrants under the Del Rio International Bridge in Texas

Over 10,000 illegal immigrants are waiting for asylum under the Del Rio International Bridge that connects Del Rio, Texas and Mexico's Ciudad Acuña.

Firefighters in California try to protect the world’s largest tree

Firefighters wrapped the base of the world’s largest tree - theGeneral Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest- in a fire-resistant aluminum blanket as they tried to save the famous grove of gigantic old-growth sequoias from wildfires burning in California’s rugged Sierra Nevada, especially from the Colony wildfire.

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