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Green space in every schoolyard: the radical plan to cool Paris

Playground oasis could benefit students and city alike, but will making them public prove too controversial in a city on high alert?

For Google, no tracking means we still track you

Users can adjust privacy settings, but they can’t hide from Google.

India: Welcome changes to Anti-Corruption law

Criminalising bribe-giving and time-bound trial are among measures introduced in the amended law.

After the incident: Crisis communication in the digital age

Employers must now contend with a digital landscape that has the potential to negatively affect an organization’s image and message.

Dirty coal: health fears of a town covered in dust from disused power station

Port Augusta residents fear their health will be at risk for a third straight summer due to the flawed rehabilitation of an ash dam.

Raised highway collapses in Italian city of Genoa

Genoa, Italy - Major tourist motorway bridge collapsed during a lightning storm.

Supply crunch deepens for vital allergy drug Epipen

The ​UK’s Epipen shortage has deepened after US drug giant Mylan began rationing access to the vital medicine.

Harmful bacteria thrived in post-Hurricane Harvey floodwaters

Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on August 25, 2017, bringing more than 50 inches of rain and extreme flooding to the city of Houston.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in July 2018

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in July 2018 – 139,731,894 million records leaked

Why Google’s Toronto ‘Smart City’ project is running into hefty local resistance

Concerns over residents' personal data is undermining the Google Alphabet project in its infancy.

You’re hired! Finding the best for the job with new ISO guidelines

ISO/TS 30411:2018, Human Resource Management – Quality of Hire Metric, outlines international best practice for the effectiveness of the recruitment process.

Pesticides in food: latest figures remain steady

Europeans continue to eat food that is largely free of pesticide residues or which contains levels of residues within legal limits, the latest monitoring figures show.

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