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William and Harry side by side behind Queen's coffin - King Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry walk in procession together in a symbol of family unity.

BBC to stream Queen Elizabeth II lying in state - The global streaming is for those wanting to pay their respects but are unable to travel to London.

Ukraine war: President Zelensky visits city recaptured in rapid counter-offensive - Kyiv's troops are targeting towns in the Donbas region, the main focus of Russia's invasion.

UK inflation: Milk, cheese and eggs push food price rises to 14-year high - Food prices rose at their quickest pace since 2008, as overall inflation remains near a 40-year high.

Clarence House staff told jobs are at risk - Redundancies are "unavoidable" following King Charles III's accession, a spokesman says.

The Register

Fedora 37 beta: Hints of what's to come in Red Hat's free flagship - Text Editor replaces GEdit for starters, though it's still very early days The beta version of Red hat's Fedora 37 is available for download – but it's still far from finished.…

NASA reshuffles dates for Artemis I launch attempt - Could it be third time lucky? The odds are not in space agency's favor NASA has once again pushed back the launch of the Artemis I mission to send the SLS rocket and Orion capsule beyond the Moon.…

Climate change prevention plans 'way off track', says UN - To stay under threshold of 1.5°C of warming, the world needs to work seven times harder, says the UN's WMO The world quickly undid emissions reductions that were an unintended perk of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading a multi-organizational UN group to issue a bleak warning: We need to be working seven times harder to meet climate change goals.…

Google fined $4b after Euro court snips 5% off earlier price - Search giant’s appeal lands flat as fine imposed for anticompetitive practice in Android search The European General Court has imposed a €4.125 billion (about $4.13 billion) fine on Google, largely upholding an earlier ruling on the ad-tech giant's anticompetitive practices in mobile search.…

US, Mexico to align chip and lithium supply chains to amp EV production - Trump wanted a wall, Biden wants batteries The US and Mexico are reportedly joining forces on supply chains for electric vehicle production in a mutual aid pact.…

New Scientist - News

Einstein's gravity principle still correct, finds most precise test - An experiment conducted on a satellite in orbit found that Albert Einstein's ideas about gravity are still correct, with measurements accurate to one part in a quadrillion

A daily multivitamin could keep your memory sharp as you age - Taking the supplement for three years led to people doing better in memory and cognitive tests compared with a placebo tablet

The best kind of camouflage is pretending to be an inanimate object - Wildlife resembling natural objects like stones, sticks or leaves avoid predators nearly four times as long as undisguised animals

Scientists discover that it takes 10 ants to form a stable raft - Ants prefer not to make a collective raft when on water. However, once there are 10 insects near each other, the so-called Cheerios effect pushes them together and is too strong to counteract

Ethereum Merge: What will the radical update mean for cryptocurrency? - The electricity consumption of the Ethereum cryptocurrency rivals that of some countries, but a controversial update to how it works will slash this by 99 per cent – here's the low-down on what's going on

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