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Tuesday June 25, 2019

Used car batteries may power football stadium lights
Refurbished batteries are already in use at stadiums in Norway and the Netherlands.

Cyber-bullying affects more girls than boys in Northern Ireland
A study indicates some children were mocked about their appearance and some were sent nude pictures.

'Jet in a box' powers remote Halley Antarctic base
Engineers succeed in automating science experiments at the UK's Halley research station.

Etika: Body found in search for missing YouTuber
The gamer, who went missing last week, had uploaded a video describing suicidal thoughts.

Rhino release: Epic journey to freedom in Rwanda
Five zoo-born eastern black rhinos have been transported from Europe to Africa.

Global phone networks attacked by hackers
Attackers had power to shut networks down but chose to snoop on users instead.

Nasa puts up deep-space atomic clock
The miniaturised timepiece will be used to overhaul deep-space navigation if it proves its worth.

Dutch emergency line hit by KPN telecoms outage
The four-hour disruption was the largest in years and the cause is still unclear.

Rhino release: Endangered animals despatched to Rwanda
Five critically endangered rhinos from European zoos are flown to Rwanda to be released into the wild.

Changi Airport: Drones disrupt flights in Singapore
A rise in drone use has created growing security concerns for airports around the world.

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