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Thursday February 27, 2020

Climate campaigners win Heathrow expansion case
Campaigners say plans for a third runway should be cancelled, but the airport says it will appeal.

PM gives green light to post-Brexit EU research deal
The UK will endeavour to continue in an EU science programme after Brexit.

China may send ducks to battle Pakistan's locust swarms
The hungry ducks could be sent to eat the insects that are devouring crops in Pakistan, experts say.

Google asked to justify Toronto 'digital-city' plan
Sister company Sidewalk Labs must explain why it has chosen digital solutions over non-digital ones.

YouTube 'not a public forum' with guaranteed free speech
First Amendment rights do not force YouTube to host or promote videos, a court rules.

Clearview AI: Face-collecting company database hacked
Many law-enforcement agencies in the US use Clearview AI's facial-recognition technology.

Climate change: Pressure on big investors to act on environment
Investors are facing scrutiny like never before about what they're doing to tackle climate change.

Tim Cook says Apple's first Indian store to open 2021
The iPhone maker lags behind competitors in the world's second largest mobile phone market.

Landscapes of chemical and biological warfare
A gallery of landscapes of UK chemical and biological weapon sites by photographer Dara McGrath.

'After the coral ban, I lost everything'
Thousands of Indonesian coral farms had to close after an export ban, but a policy U-turn offers hope.

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