Chile-Bolivia river row set for UN court ruling

Chile-Bolivia river row set for UN court ruling

By Danny KEMP The International Court of Justice will give its judgement on Thursday on a climate change-fuelled row between Chile and Bolivia over the use of a crucial cross-border river. Chile took its South American neighbour to the UN's top court in 2016, asking...

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How bringing back lost species revives ecosystems

How bringing back lost species revives ecosystems

By Issam AHMED Scientists often study the grim impacts of losing wildlife to hunting, habitat destruction and climate change. But what happens when endangered animals are brought back from the brink? Research has shown restoring so-called "keystone" species -- those...

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Alzheimer’s drug data shows results but also risks

Alzheimer’s drug data shows results but also risks

By Sara HUSSEIN Experts hailed full data Wednesday showing a new drug can slow cognitive decline in Alzheimer's patients, but warned improvements were comparatively small and the treatment can have serious side effects. Preliminary data from a trial of lecanemab was...

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Self-driving lorries hit the road in Sweden

Self-driving lorries hit the road in Sweden

By Johannes LEDEL Barrelling down a motorway south of Stockholm in a 40-tonne lorry and trailer, the driver keeps a careful eye on the road but, jarringly, no hands on the wheel. Instead, the truck drives itself, and veteran driver Roger Nordqvist is at the ready only...

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