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A video published on Wednesday shows a senior official at New York State’s Cornell University advising an undercover investigative journalist on how to start and fund a pro-ISIS and Hamas club on campus.
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So now we know. Facebook has decided to reveal exactly what it does or does not allow its users to post. Breastfeeding is ok but buttocks are not, it seems.
The French authorities have used new powers to block five websites, which they claim condone terrorism, without a court order. Internet service providers have 24 hours to comply.
For decades "passive" tracker funds that mirror stock market indexes have been shown to outperform ones actively managed by humans. And now so-called 'robo investors' - algorithm-based systems that manage investments on our behalf - are soaring in popularity with the public...
The Germanwings co-pilot thought to have deliberately crashed his Airbus in the French Alps, killing 150 people, predicted "one day everyone will know my name", his ex-girlfriend says. In an interview with Germany's Bild newspaper, she recalled a comment Andreas Lubitz made last year...
Almost one in 10 of Europe's native wild bees face extinction, according to the most comprehensive expert assessment so far. The European Red List, drawn up by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, found 9.2% of nearly 2,000 species are threatened with extinction...
A million properties across England could in future be heated by water from rivers, canals and the sea, the government says. The Department for Energy calculates this is the potential of a technology known as the water source heat pump.
After completing some record-breaking swims in Antarctica, Lewis Pugh flew to Moscow to discuss ocean conservation. The UK athlete and campaigner wanted to meet the Russian Minster of Defence to discuss the creation of a new marine reserve around the Ross Sea.
Farmers in developing nations bear the "major brunt" of natural disasters yet only receive a small percentage of post-disaster aid, says a UN report. The Food and Agriculture Organization assessment said the sector experienced almost a quarter of the cost of damage caused by natural disasters...
Many administrators have added an entry to the text sent to every visitor that includes the writer's name. Instructions about how to include it in software for more than a dozen server operating systems are being shared widely online...
It's a seemingly innocent pastime. But experts warn that feeding ducks bread is not just bad for the bird's health - it can damage entire ecosystems, says Justin Parkinson. Throwing crumbs of stale bread in a pond or river is a ritual of family days out dating back to at least the 19th Century...
West Africa's marabouts, or spiritual guides, have advised their followers for centuries. And far from being at odds with the modern world, they are adapting and thriving in the 21st Century, says Jane Labous...
There is a looming problem in many parts of the world over what to do with dead bodies, as pressure on burial space intensifies. The industrial revolution, in the 18th and 19th Centuries, saw a mass migration from small villages and towns to cities.
At the time the UK was completing its first stretch of high-speed rail in 2007, China had barely left the station. Nearly a decade on, Britain still has only that same 68-mile (109km) stretch of track, but China has built itself the longest high-speed network in the world.
There is a looming problem in many parts of the world over what to do with dead bodies, as pressure on burial space intensifies. The industrial revolution, in the 18th and 19th Centuries, saw a mass migration from small villages and towns to cities.
A group of terrorist hackers has taken control of the gun system on HMS Belfast, a disused Navy ship on the River Thames in central London. Maybe. The guns are pointed at the headquarters of the London Assembly and the place where Boris Johnson works - City Hall. Possibly.
An antivirus program labelled itself as malware, causing some computers it was running on to stop working. After an update, essential components in two Panda Security antivirus programs became corrupted, leading them to be mistakenly identified as malign and quarantined.
There is further, compelling evidence that Ganymede - the largest moon in the Solar System - has an ocean of water beneath its icy crust. The new data comes from the Hubble Space Telescope, which has been studying how auroral lights dance around the satellite of Jupiter.
Personal genetics firm 23andMe is planning to use its database of health information to research possible cures for a range of diseases. Its new research group has appointed a head and will begin recruiting scientists next month.