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Three Wimbledon security guards arrested after alleged fight on grounds

Three of Wimbledon’s security guards have been arrested after an alleged fight between them within the grounds of the grand slam tennis tournament. The altercation on Friday took place between

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Marital status likely key factor in predicting early stage gastric cancer survival

Marital status is likely to be an important contributory factor in predicting long term survival in people with early stage gastric cancer, suggests research published online in the Journal of

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Watch the euro, it’s heading for parity

A look at the day ahead in markets from Dhara Ranasinghe. The biggest single pipeline carrying Russian gas to Germany starts annual maintenance on Monday with flows expected to stop

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A rumored extreme sports Apple Watch could have larger screen, ‘strong metal’ case

Apple is working on a version of the Apple Watch meant for “extreme sports athletes,” which will feature a bigger screen and tougher design. The report says the sports model

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Fin Whales Are Feeding In Huge Numbers in Antarctica for First Time in 45 Years

Southern fin whales have been documented feeding in large numbers in ancestral feeding grounds in Antarctica for the first time since hunting was restricted in 1976. The authors estimate that

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England ‘can do better’, insists Sarina Wiegman after victory against Austria

Sarina Wiegman acknowledged that England “can do better” after her side’s narrow victory against Austria in the Euro 2022 curtain raiser at Old Trafford on Wednesday night. “Overall I’m happy

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Vitamin D supplement ‘overdosing’ is possible and harmful, warn doctors

‘Overdosing’ on vitamin D supplements is both possible and harmful, warn doctors in the journal BMJ Case Reports after they treated a man who needed hospital admission for his excessive

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For EV battery makers, it’s go small or go home

In the race to go electric, carmakers have focused on range to ease consumer anxiety over charging infrastructure, but battery makers are already working on the smaller, longer-lasting and cheaper

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Sorry, so LimeWire is now a dumping ground for celebrity NFTs?

I have fond memories of hanging out at my childhood friend’s house and watching as she downloaded thousands of pirated songs (and viruses) onto her family’s computer using LimeWire. It

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Scientists Discover Strange Carnivore Plant in Borneo that Traps its Prey Underground

In the dark jungles of Borneo, a plant has adapted to an ecological niche that none of its kind or kingdom has ever entered before. An international team led by

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