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Facebook announces plans to combat misinformation during EU elections
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Facebook is expanding its use of independent fact-checkers in an effort to stop the spread of misinformation as Europe goes to the polls next month (New Scientist)
Peanut allergy immunotherapy may actually do more harm than good
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Treatments intended to desensitise people to peanuts had shown promise in tests, but an analysis suggests they may make dangerous allergic reactions more likely (New Scientist)
Extremely fast winds and high waves are now happening more often
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Over the past three decades, extreme winds and waves have increased globally, worsening the risk of flooding in coastal communities during storms (New Scientist)
Have people in the UK really been banned from shooting wood pigeons?
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A legal victory means 16 species of bird, including wood pigeons and crows, can no longer be killed with impunity in the UK (New Scientist)
AI learns to paint in the styles of Van Gogh, Turner and Vermeer
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Artificial intelligence has learned to to paint in the style of artists including Van Gogh and Turner from just a few examples (New Scientist)
Google has created a maths AI that has already proved 1200 theorems
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An AI made by Google has written mathematical proofs for more than 1200 theorems and may one day go on to tackle problems mathematicians don't know how to solve (New Scientist)
Extinction Rebellion’s three demands on climate change explained
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Ministers are expected to meet with climate protestors next week, but what do they want? Rupert Read, of Extinction Rebellion, explains the group’s demands (New Scientist)
The science behind Extinction Rebellion’s three climate change demands
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Ministers are expected to meet with climate protestors next week, but what do they want? Rupert Read, of Extinction Rebellion, explains the group’s demands (New Scientist)
Neanderthals may have prized golden eagle claws for symbolic value 
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Golden eagle talons with cut marks are commonest find from Neanderthal caves, compared with other birds of prey  (New Scientist)
Japan's Hayabusa 2 bombed an asteroid and took pictures of the crater
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New images captured by Japan’s Hayabusa 2 confirm that the spacecraft successfully blew a hole in the asteroid Ryugu with explosives on 5 April (New Scientist)