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California becomes first US state to mandate solar on homes

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Officials say solar energy will more than pay for itself, and homeowners could see significantly lower utilities costs per month California has become the first US state to mandate solar panels on new homes and apartment buildings built after 1 January, 2020. The California …

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Crocodile attack bride: 'Every day I wake up happy'

A woman who lost her arm in a crocodile attack, then married her partner days later, says she wakes up “happy” every day because she’s grateful to be alive. Zanele Ndolvu was in a canoe with her British husband-to-be, Jamie Fox, in her native Zimbabwe when the attack happened near …

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Iran warns Trump: 'You've made a mistake' over nuclear deal

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionAnalysis: What’s next for the Iran deal? Barbara Plett Usher explains Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has addressed US President Donald Trump directly, telling him he “made a mistake” in deciding to leave a multi-country nuclear deal. Mr Khamenei said: “I …

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Trump says North Korea released three US detainees

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The top US diplomat met with the North Korean leader during his visit North Korea has freed three US citizens from prison, according to a tweet from US President Donald Trump. The move is viewed as goodwill gesture ahead of a historic summit between Mr …

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University of Warwick suspends 11 students over rape jokes

Image copyright Google Image caption The University of Warwick is ranked 11th in the UK, according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018 Eleven students have been suspended from the University of Warwick after rape jokes made in a group chat emerged. Student online papers The Boar and …

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Taiwanese flag on bull artwork painted over in Australia

Image copyright NADJA LO Image caption The blue and red Taiwanese flag was painted to represent the school’s cultural diversity An Australian city council has been criticised after it covered up Taiwanese flags painted by school students on a public artwork. The flags were painted on a bull statue displayed …

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