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Europe is building defenses against Chinese takeovers of key industries

June 17, 2020

The European Union is drawing up new rules to prevent companies subsidized by countries such as China and the United States from taking over its industrial champions or winning public contracts.

Brazil swipes at FDA, pushes hydroxychloroquine for pregnant women and children

June 16, 2020

Brazilian health authorities said on Monday they will now recommend hydroxychloroquine to treat children and pregnant women for early treatment of Covid-19, and criticized the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) recent decision to revoke the emergency use of the drug.

Vivid portraits shine light on Tahiti's 'third gender'

June 16, 2020

On the island of Tahiti, there is said to be something akin to a sixth sense -- one that belongs to neither men nor women. Instead, it is the sole domain of the "mahu," a community recognized as being outside the traditional male-female divide.

Concordski: What ever happened to Soviets' spectacular rival to Concorde?

June 16, 2020

With just 55 completed flights and two fatal crashes, Concorde's Soviet rival, the Tupolev Tu-144, was one of civil aviation's biggest failures.

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June 15, 2020

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June 14, 2020

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Secret Cold War past of a Spanish tourist hotspot

June 13, 2020

For more than 40 years, the Spanish beach resort of Platja de Pals on the Costa Brava was the home of the US-funded Radio Liberty, broadcasting deep into the heart of the Soviet Union.

As food banks struggle to keep up, these CNN Heroes are getting meals to those in need

June 11, 2020

During the pandemic, CNN Heroes Cathryn Couch and Chad Houser have ramped up their efforts to deliver healthy food to those in need in their communities.

More than half of pregnant women in UK hospitals with Covid-19 are minorities, study finds

June 8, 2020

More than half of pregnant women admitted to UK hospitals with Covid-19 were from black or other ethnic minority groups, according to a national study published Monday in the BMJ medical journal.

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