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Friday April 12, 2024


Brightest-ever explosion's mystery of missing gold
The brightest burst of light ever recorded was caused by a supernova, but that prompts new questions.

Four-minute showers - a parched Bogota rations water
The reservoir that provides around 70% of water in Colombia's capital is at less than 17% capacity.

UK food production at threat after extreme flooding
Record-breaking rainfall leaves fields under water, threatening this year's harvest yield and quality.

Government should counter misinformation on TikTok - MPs
A committee says the government should be more relatable in its communications with the public.


Thursday April 11, 2024


Baldur's Gate 3 wins big at Bafta Games Awards
Super Mario Bros Wonder won two, while Star Wars Jedi: Survivor missed out despite six nominations.

Regulator fears big tech firms' power in AI market
CMA points to "interconnected web" involving Google, Apple, Microsoft, Meta and Amazon.

Instagram trying nudity blurring to stop 'sextortion'
The platform will use AI-powered systems to detect nude images and identify sextortion accounts.

Dazzling artwork found at ancient city of Pompeii
Archaeologists unearth significant new paintings in the ancient Roman town buried by a volcano in AD79.

Elon Musk to visit India for meeting with PM Modi
The Tesla boss is expected to announce major investment plans in India as the firm faces slowing demand.

All you need to know for tonight's Bafta Games Awards
Zelda, Baldur's Gate 3 and Spider-Man 2 are among the frontrunners at this year's ceremony.

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