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Drone strike that killed Reyaad Khan 'not transparent'

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British politicians who examined the details of a drone strike which killed a British man in Syria said they were disappointed by the government's lack of transparency during investigations.


China launches its first unmanned cargo spacecraft

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China has launched its first cargo spacecraft, making further progress in its goal of establishing a permanently manned space station by 2022.


Passenger dragged off United flight plans legal action

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The man dragged off a United Airlines flight in an incident that sparked an international uproar suffered a broken nose and concussion, his lawyer said, adding that he is planning to sue.


Robots: Job terminators or simply misunderstood?

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Whether you are based in Washington or Beijing, automation anxiety is something that could be keeping you awake at night. What will the future of work look like if more and more companies replace humans with machines?


Should we be scared of Trump's drone reforms?

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Donald Trump's presidency got off to a bloody start in January, when a special operations forces raid against al-Qaeda in Yemen killed numerous civilians and a US Navy SEAL.


Drone strikes kill suspected al-Qaeda fighters in Yemen

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A US drone strike killed two suspected members of al-Qaeda in southern Yemen, said a security official and residents.


Into the wild of Antarctica: Scientists, robots and 'pancake ice'

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Antarctica - After 12 hours breaking through pack ice, passing groups of penguins and seals on the ice flow, and tracked by pods of Minke whales, we arrive at the edge of the great southern continent.


Artificial intelligence not without a dark side

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"That would bother me a lot and it would bother others.


Mavi Marmara raid: Relatives vow to pursue legal case

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The families of Turkish citizens killed in a 2010 Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship have vowed to pursue criminal cases against those accused despite a deal between Turkey and the Jewish state.


Why the rich can't be trusted with money

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Every time the rich get too much money - as marked by a sharp rise in income inequality - the same things always happen.