Read more about the article German Navy Shows Firepower Of Futuristic Laser Blaster
Image shows the "Saxony" frigate, undated photo. The Federal Office for Equipment, Information Technology and Use of the Bundeswehr (BAAINBw) is testing high-energy laser weapons since October 2022. (BAAINBw/Newsflash)

German Navy Shows Firepower Of Futuristic Laser Blaster

German warship shows off its futuristic firepower as it tests a high-energy Star Wars-style laser blaster on a moving target. Video footage of the breakthrough shows the weapon - fired…

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Read more about the article Farmers Appeal Fine For Calf’s Loud Mooing
Photo shows the cow Carminathe whose owner received a fine of three hundred euros because of it mooing too loud in Siero, Asturias, in northern Spain, undated photo. The moos reportedly reached 74 decibels, when the noise law established a maximum of 55. (Newsflash)

Farmers Appeal Fine For Calf’s Loud Mooing

Baffled farmers are appealing a EUR-300 fine imposed on a calf's for mooing too loudly. A neighbour in Siero, Asturias Region, north-western Spain had complained to local councillors last year…

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Read more about the article World’s Biggest Chocolate Factory Back In Business After Salmonella Horror
Barry Callebaut, the largest chocolate factory in the world located in Belgium, destroys hundreds of tons of chocolate after the discovery of salmonella. (Newsflash)

World’s Biggest Chocolate Factory Back In Business After Salmonella Horror

The world's biggest chocolate factory is back in business after a salmonella outbreak forced it to destroy hundreds of tonnes of chocs. The Barry Callebaut factory - which supplies huge…

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Read more about the article World’s Biggest Choc Factory’s In Meltdown
Barry Callebaut, the largest chocolate factory in the world located in Belgium, destroys hundreds of tons of chocolate after the discovery of salmonella. (Newsflash)

World’s Biggest Choc Factory’s In Meltdown

The world's biggest chocolate factory has destroyed hundreds of tonnes of chocs over a deadly salmonella outbreak. The Barry Callebaut chocolate factory - which supplies huge brands like Nestle -…

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Read more about the article Scientists Develop Breath Check Security System
Breath odor-based individual authentication using an artificial olfactory sensor could become possible in the near future as represented by this artists rendering. (Kyushu University, Yanagida Lab/Newsflash)

Scientists Develop Breath Check Security System

Biometric authentication could soon be revolutionised as scientists in Japan have developed a security tool which identifies people by their breath. Being able to fully rely on identity check systems…

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Read more about the article Girl, 5, Collects Bottles And Saves Pocket Money To Help Pay Med Bills For Brother Who Has Cancer
This five-year-old girl collects and sells bottles to save money for her brother who suffers from cancer in Tangshan, China. (AsiaWire)

Girl, 5, Collects Bottles And Saves Pocket Money To Help Pay Med Bills For Brother Who Has Cancer

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This young Chinese girl has been praised for saving her pocket money and also collecting bottles so she can raise cash to pay for her brother's chemotherapy treatment. The family…

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Read more about the article Terminally Ill British Woman With Leukaemia Given Chance At Life By Austrian Stem Cell Donor In Rare 1 In 500,000 Match
Christian M., 31, from Vienna, Austria, did a stem cell donation that helped a young British woman. (Osterreichisches Rotes Kreuz ORK-Elisabeth Geibegger/Newsflash)

Terminally Ill British Woman With Leukaemia Given Chance At Life By Austrian Stem Cell Donor In Rare 1 In 500,000 Match

A terminally ill British woman with leukaemia now has a chance to be saved after an Austrian man registered as a stem cell donor and the two matched in a…

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Read more about the article Four New Viruses Discovered In Rare Giant Tortoises In The Galapagos Islands After COVID-Style Tests
Illustrative image: Scientists discover novel viruses in Galapagos giant tortoises. (Juan Manuel García, CDF/Newsflash)

Four New Viruses Discovered In Rare Giant Tortoises In The Galapagos Islands After COVID-Style Tests

Four new viruses have been discovered in giant tortoises is in the Galapagos Islands after 454 of the animals underwent COVID-style testing. The research showed that the infected animals live…

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Read more about the article Dutchman Arrested For Selling Deadly Coronavirus Online So People Can Give Themselves The Bug
Illustrative photo for Dutch financial police. (Newsflash)

Dutchman Arrested For Selling Deadly Coronavirus Online So People Can Give Themselves The Bug

A Dutchman has been arrested for selling the coronavirus online so that people can give themselves the deadly virus. The man, who was arrested by the Dutch financial police, was…

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