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    From the section Science & Environment The gouge in the ground likely made by Europe's Schiaparelli probe as it hit the surface of Mars on Wednesday has been imaged by an American satellite. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has identified a large dark patch in the robot's targeted landing zone consistent with a high-velocity impact.
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    Milk from Tasmanian devils could offer up a useful weapon against antibiotic-resistant superbugs, according to Australian researchers. The marsupial's milk contains important peptides that appear to be able to kill hard-to-treat infections, including MRSA, say the Sydney University team. Experts believe devils evolved this cocktail to help their young grow stronger.
  • Dutch deny MH17 link to Ukraine treaty rejection - DutchNews.nl

    The Dutch rejection of an EU treaty with Ukraine must not be linked to the Dutch-led MH17 plane crash investigation, according to prime minister Mark Rutte. Rutte dismissed a connection made by Ukraine's president Petro Poroshenko while he was in Maastricht for a meeting of the European parliament's European People's Party group.
  • Raise a pint: beer too cheap, says alcohol policy institute - DutchNews.nl

    Beer is too cheap and needs a minimum price, according to the Dutch institute for alcohol policy, STAP. Director Win van Dalen told RTL Nieuws on Friday that weekly supermarket offers are selling beers for 'ridiculous prices' such as a crate for less than €5, or 20 cents a bottle.
  • More re-Piets: exhibition says ZP has always changed, as row rumbles on - DutchNews.nl

    A new exhibition on Zwarte Piet in the media reveals that the figure has always changed and there is no 'traditional' norm, according to Het Parool. The display opened at the Persmuseum in Amsterdam on Thursday, and curator Jop Euwijk told Het Parool: 'The people who say now that they want to preserve the Zwarte Piet of the past, should perhaps realise that this Piet does not exist.
  • Breast cancer charity refuses cash from nude student calendar - DutchNews.nl

    The Pink Ribbon breast cancer foundation has refused to accept money donated by a group of male students who produced a nude calendar to raise funds, RTL Nieuws reported on Thursday. The four students decided to pose for the calendar after one of their mother's died of breast cancer, the broadcaster said.
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    Trapped by Hitler's soldiers during the brutal winter of 1941-42, a band of Russian botanists faced a terrible choice. For more than a decade, workers at the Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry had been gathering seeds from all over the world and carefully preserving them in a locked vault.
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    As my train from Hamburg to Denmark chugged past soggy green fields and sun-dappled birch forests, we passed yet another willow-shrouded bog topped with blue green algae or tidy duckweed. Even from the moving train, I could sense they were dark and gentle places, peaceful waterholes like the one I imagine Hamlet's ill-fated lover Ophelia drowned in near Elsinore.
  • China officials confess to corruption in new TV series - BBC News

    A new television series showing corrupt Chinese officials making confessions has proved a hit, officials say. More than 10 disgraced figures will appear over eight episodes of Always on the Road - a reference to the government's wide-ranging crackdown on corruption in the Communist Party.
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  • The man who plans a record-breaking wingsuit flight

    Pinned in place, like a moth in a specimen case, a man in a skydiver's wingsuit is taking the full force of the 90mph (135km/h) air blast in the University of Southampton's RJ Mitchell Wind Tunnel.
  • Children in Calais Jungle to arrive in UK 'in days' - BBC News

    British and French officials have begun registering unaccompanied children in the Calais "Jungle" who are hoping to join relatives in Britain. A significant number of child refugees will arrive in the UK from the migrant camp within days, the BBC understands. Officials have been focusing first on unaccompanied minors who have the right to join relatives under EU legislation.
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  • Mosques baffled by SGP plan to ban calls to prayer: we don't do it in NL, they say - DutchNews.nl

    The Dutch Moroccan Mosque Council said on Friday afternoon it is baffled by calls from a fundamentalist Christian party for a ban on the call to prayer. The SGP, which believes the Netherlands should be run according to Biblical principles, said on Friday that it is including a ban on mosques calling people to attend services in its manifesto for the 2017 general election.
  • Wilders' trial for inciting hatred to go ahead, court rules - DutchNews.nl

    The trial of Geert Wilders for inciting racial hatred will go ahead, judges said on Friday. His lawyer, Geert-Jan Knoops had submitted a motion calling for the trial to stop, arguing that it would effectively be a political assessment of the manifesto of Wilders' far-right party, the PVV.
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