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Spanish PM defends doctoral thesis against reports of plagiarism

MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez published the results of plagiarism tests on his doctoral thesis on Friday in response to pressure over alleged academic misdemeanours which have buffeted the country's politics.

New Apple watch could take bite out of Swiss market

The Swiss watch industry faces an increased threat from a new Apple Watch able to detect heart problems that is likely to appeal to older shoppers, industry experts said.

U.S., Cuba officials discuss mysterious embassy health incidents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. and Cuban officials met at the State Department on Thursday to discuss the mysterious health problems that have affected more than two dozen American Embassy personnel, a situation that led to a reduction in staffing at the Havana mission and a chill in ties between the nations.

Talking gloves, tactile windows: new tech helps the disabled

Improvements in artificial intelligence, combined with the decreasing cost of hardware, are making it possible for inventors to develop new products without the need for the deep pockets of governments or corporations.

American Fujikawa announces he is gay

(Reuters) - American former teenage golf prodigy Tadd Fujikawa said he struggled for years hiding his true identity before publicly revealing on Wednesday that he is gay.

Western Europe on swine fever alert as Belgium sees wild boar cases

BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) - Belgium has confirmed an outbreak of African swine fever, marking a further spread of the disease that has hit farms in Eastern Europe and China and which could now threaten Western Europe's large pig industry.

Kula: Child labour laws will be updated

PUTRAJAYA: Outdated child labour laws will be amended in the next Parliament meeting, says the Human Resources Minister.

Tamil pupils win gold at science fair in India

TWO Sungai Siput Tamil school pupils, who won a gold medal at an international science fair in India, will be rewarded by the Perak government, Makkal Osai reported.

Homeless man staying put with 35 dogs under his care

HE eats, sleeps and breathes dogs. The unconditional love he has for the 35 stray mutts in his care is simply amazing.

All for no-smoking ruling

MANY restaurant owners are giving the thumbs up to the Health Ministry’s intention to gazette all open-air eateries as no-smoking areas from December.