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Amazon entrepreneur Jeff Bezos has unveiled a mock-up of a new lunar lander spacecraft that aims to take equipment and humans to the Moon by 2024. The unmanned, reusable Blue Moon vehicle will carry scientific instruments, satellites and rovers.
She was found guilty in April of theft and grand larceny, having stolen more than $200,000 (£153,580). Sorokin, who rejected a plea deal, may face deportation to Germany.
American actor Julia Roberts is doing pretty damn well, if this headline is anything to go by.
Australia's latest A$50 note comes with a big blunder hidden in the small print - a somewhat embarrassing typo. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) spelled "responsibility" as "responsibilty" on millions of the new yellow notes...
Jules Ferry school in Crêts-en-Belledonne, a village in the Alps northeast of Grenoble, had seen its student numbers fall from 266 to 261. But in an act of defiance herder Michel Girerd decided to symbolically register some of his ewes.
British people are having less sex now than in recent years, according to a large national survey. The findings, published in the British Medical Journal, suggest nearly a third of men and women have not had sex in the past month.
No one knew where it was until Robert Phillips, 89, who was involved in those works, decided to return it. English Heritage, which looks after Stonehenge, hopes the sample might now help establish where the stones originally came from.
US objections to wording on climate change prevented Arctic nations signing a joint statement at a summit in Finland, delegates said. It is the first time such a statement has been cancelled since the Arctic Council was set up in 1996.
Mathew Talbot, of the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, was on a patrol on 5 May when he was believed to have been killed by an elephant. His commanding officer, Lt Col Ed Launders, described Gdsm Talbot as "determined and big-hearted"...
After the 70-year reign of a revered and widely-loved king, Thailand's transition to the new era of his son, Maha Vajiralongkorn, was always going to be an uneasy one, an analyst reports from London...
Following their deaths, a six-day quarantine was declared on 1 May in Mongolia's western Bayan Olgii province bordering both China and Russia. In previous centuries, outbreaks of the plague killed millions in Europe and Asia, but human cases are now rare...
Former Beverly Hills 90210 star Luke Perry was laid to rest in a "mushroom suit", his daughter has revealed, but what exactly is this eco-friendly burial option?...
Since the fire that tore through Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris last week, donations have been pouring in from across the world to restore the structure to its former glory. One early estimate by French construction economists suggests that the donations may far surpass the cost of repairs.
Five dogs have joined the staff of Middlesex University to help students with exam stress or whose anxiety puts them at risk of dropping out. The five labradors have become "canine teaching assistants" and will work on improving students' wellbeing...
Rob Arnold made his sculpture from the pieces of coffee containers and other items he gathered on a 100m (328ft) stretch of beach in Cornwall. Nestle said it wanted to "make sure the plastic we do use can be recycled"...
Thomas Joshua Cooper has been making pictures for 50 years and can recall virtually every frame he ever produced. His latest work Refuge continues his self-described role as "expeditionary artist" with many of the pictures taken at the east end of Long Island in New York...
The most comprehensive and detailed review of the state of nature has been published in Paris. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath extracts the key messages.
Elisha Greer, 24, was held captive by Marcus Martin during a 1,000 mile road trip in 2017 - during which she was beaten and had a gun held to her head.
Some time back I had a second round interview with Amazon for an SDE role. This is my experience. The first round interview experience has already been documented well here. Please note that I ~respect Amazon as a company (mainly because a lot of people I respect work there).
On land, in the seas, in the sky, the devastating impact of humans on nature is laid bare in a compelling UN report. One million animal and plant species are now threatened with extinction.

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