Carlos Ghosn: Nissan board to decide chairman’s fate

Image copyright Getty Images Nissan’s board will meet on Thursday to decide whether to remove Carlos Ghosn as chairman after he was arrested on allegations of financial misconduct. The board

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Russian military intelligence chief Igor Korobov dies aged 62

Image copyright Natalia Kolesnikova/Getty Images Image caption The Moscow headquarters of Russian intelligence agency GRU The head of Russian military intelligence agency GRU, General Igor Korobov, has died at the

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‘Witkar’, the world’s first electric car-sharing scheme

The “Witkar”, or white car, was the world’s first electric car-sharing scheme. It was the brainchild of Dutch visionary, Luud Schimmelpennink, who came up with the innovative idea to tackle

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Simon Jack and DJ Sideman talk housing

Radio 1 Xtra DJ Sideman and the BBC’s Simon Jack talk housing – and buying a first home. Source link

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Window washing drone takes flight

A huge drone that can wash buildings and put out fires is being developed in Latvia. The Aerones drone weighs about 55kg (121lbs) and is tethered to the ground with

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Could HoloLens tech help save babies’ lives?

For the first time in the UK, midwifery students are using Microsoft’s HoloLens technology as part of their training. Students at Middlesex University are shown virtual reality images of what

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InSight: Nasa’s Mars mission on target for landing

Image copyright NASA Image caption Artwork: It takes 6.5 minutes to go from the top of the atmosphere to the surface The American space agency Nasa says its InSight Mars

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Extra Energy collapse is the sixth this year

Image copyright Getty Images Another small energy supplier – Extra Energy – has ceased trading, making it the sixth supplier to go out of business since the start of the

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Chinese TV reporter Tory slap case dropped

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe CCTV reporter allegedly slapped a young Tory activist A Chinese TV reporter charged with slapping a delegate at the Tory party

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Facebook appeals Cambridge Analytica fine

Facebook has appealed a fine imposed on it by the UK’s data watchdog following the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The social network says that, because the regulator found no evidence that

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