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"It makes me queasy," one political science professor told NBC News, calling the system "incredibly complex."
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg will take the stage for the first time.
Iranian authorities confirmed two cases of the new virus on Wednesday, the first in the country. Officials later said the two patients had died.
Companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter are facing growing calls from both parties to take more responsibility for the content on their platforms.
"Inside Diamond Princess, I was so scared," said Prof. Kentaro Iwata "I was so scared of getting COVID-19."
Assange is being held at a British prison while fighting extradition to the United States on spying charges. His full court hearing is due to begin next week.
Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier is one of the most closely watched pieces of ice on Earth. And scientists are warning about signs of climate change.
Couple will no longer have an office at Buckingham Palace, spokeswoman said.
As he spoke outside his Chicago home, Blagojevich's repeatedly dabbed blood from a cut on his chin from shaving. "Sorry about the blood," he said.
Will the new strategy allow Europe to catch up with the US and China while protecting citizens from the risks of artificial intelligence? Euronews takes a look.
A hospital in Beijing has turned to a robot to stop the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus
It's worth €500 million to Barcelona every year. So how are businesses managing without it?
Albania's president has called on the people of his nation of nearly 3 million people to topple the left-wing government.
The movement says it wants a second Civil War targeting liberal political opponents and law enforcement.
EU coastal member states have just over a year to come up with plans to boost the marine economy while preserving coastal ecosystems for generations to come. We look at how they're doing it.
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"The next train on platform one will arrive.... in four months' time."
Take century upon century of empires jostling for supremacy at sea and ships sailing into exotic ports fringed by fortresses and temples of stone and set all this against the backdrop of a shimmering blue sea, and you may well start to fall under the eternal spell of the Greek islands.