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In hospitals during India’s COVID-19 crisis, doctors must choose ‘who to be saved’

“Who to be saved, who not to be saved should be decided by God,” a doctor says.
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How asynchronous communication could change your workday

Cryptocurrency: Musk’s SpaceX to launch dogecoin moon mission

Elon Musk has said his rocket company SpaceX will now accept the meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin as payment.
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How asynchronous communication could change your workday

Eight of the best films of 2021

BBC Culture film critics Nicholas Barber and Caryn James pick their highlights of the year so far, including Nomadland, Another Round and Minari.
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How asynchronous communication could change your workday

How asynchronous communication could change your workday

More of us are working different hours than our colleagues, reducing our real-time communication. Will it stay this way?
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How asynchronous communication could change your workday

Superyacht feature transports passengers underwater in minutes

(CNN) — The notion of hopping on an observation platform and being transported down to the ocean within minutes seems rather fanciful.
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Superyacht feature transports passengers underwater in minutes

Suez Canal reopens after giant stranded ship is freed

Traffic has resumed in Egypt’s Suez Canal after a stranded container ship blocking it for nearly a week was finally freed by salvage crews.
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Suez Canal reopens after giant stranded ship is freed

Somalia photography: ‘I want it to be normal for women to take photos’

Somalia often conjures up images of violence and destruction but a photography exhibition in the capital, Mogadishu, sets out not only to challenge that perception but also to recast who is defining those images in the first place, as the BBC’s Mary Harper reports. Read More

Somalia photography: 'I want it to be normal for women to take photos'

School for female shepherds aims to restore balance in Spain’s countryside

The rugged pathways crisscross Spain, sprawling across an estimated 1% of its territory. Etched into the land over centuries, the country’s livestock roads have long been the domain of solitary men leading their flocks to lush pastures. Read More

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Italian dictionary Treccani urged to change ‘sexist’ definition of ‘woman’

About 100 high-profile figures have signed a letter to the Treccani Italian dictionary calling on it to change its definition of the word “woman”. Read More

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Can Women Save The World?

Can women save the world? By looking at the life Edna Adan Ismail, Somaliland’s former Foreign Minister and former First Lady, the answer would be a resounding, “YES.” Labeled the ‘Muslim Mother Teresa,’ Edna has taken everything she learned through these prominent positions to save the lives of untold numbers of women and children. Read More

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The birth of a mega Antarctic iceberg

Since the early 70s, satellites have surveyed the ebb and flow of vast ice masses at the edge of Antarctica. Read More

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She survived childhood cancer. Now she’s headed to space

Haley Arceneaux is a 29-year-old who has been beating the odds since childhood when she survived bone cancer. Read More

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India was in crisis months ago. Why have its COVID-19 cases plummeted?

Six months ago, India was in crisis. Critically-ill COVID-19 patients were being turned away from hospitals. Doctors were collapsing from exhaustion. And the virus was spreading through crowded slums, home to millions of the country’s poorest people. Today, the country looks very different. Read More
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