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Rugby injuries

Rugby injuries

Three Rugby World Cup quarter-finals are held on Sunday. Videographic illustrating common rugby injuries.
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The physics behind a moving rugby ball

The physics behind a moving rugby ball

Rugby World Cup quarter-finals are held on Sunday. Videographic examining the unique movement of a rugby ball through the air.
AFP
How Ebola attacks the body

How Ebola attacks the body

WHO Emergency Committee meets over Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Videographic on Ebola.
AFP
Ebola virus

Ebola virus

WHO Emergency Committee meets over Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Videographic on Ebola.
AFP
Who Owns Mars? | Unveiled

Who Owns Mars? | Unveiled

Can anyone own a planet? Humanity has had its sights set on Mars for a long time... But what happens when we finally get to the Red Planet? We often talk of colonising the solar system for ourselves, but do we really have the right to do so? In th...
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Why Humans Have Never Been To Mars | Unveiled

Why Humans Have Never Been To Mars | Unveiled

We've been talking about going to Mars for decades, but we're still no closer to actually visiting the Red Planet... In this video, Unveiled uncovers exactly why we haven't traveled the solar system to sample the Martian landscapes. One day we hop...
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What If Humanity Was A Type V Civilization? | Unveiled

What If Humanity Was A Type V Civilization? | Unveiled

According to the Kardashev Scale, a Type V Civilization should be able to harness the power of the Multiverse... A Type V being would be master of not just this universe, but all parallel universes as well! Humanity isn't close to that level yet, ...
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Why The Microverse Might Be A Reality | Unveiled

Why The Microverse Might Be A Reality | Unveiled

Welcome to the Microverse! For this video, Unveiled travels through the quantum world to discover whole universes trapped inside of a single atom! The microverse is a new theory, but it's one that's getting physicists very excited... What do you t...
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What If Humans Could Regenerate? | Unveiled

What If Humans Could Regenerate? | Unveiled

Regenerative medicine is one of the most exciting fields in science and medicine right now - but what's it all about? And how far can we realistically take it? In this video, Unveiled asks whether humans will ever be able to fully regenerate their...
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Is Space Travel Unethical? | Unveiled

Is Space Travel Unethical? | Unveiled

Humanity has always been fascinated by the stars, and in the 20th and 21st centuries we've started to really explore space! We've sent probes to distant planets, spaceships all across the solar system, and we've even landed astronauts onto the sur...
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The Secret Service has formally requested two jet skis to better protect the first family

The Secret Service has formally requested two jet skis to better protect the first family

The Secret Service has formally requested the purchase of two Kawasaki jet skis and one dual trailer to better protect President Donald Trump's family when they participate in water sports.
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Drones and missiles used in Saudi oil attack launched from Iran

Drones and missiles used in Saudi oil attack launched from Iran

Investigators in Saudi Arabia and the U.S. say there's a "very high probability" that the Saudi oil attack originated from Iran. A source told CNN that U.S.
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Newly identified salamander species may be the world's largest amphibian

Newly identified salamander species may be the world's largest amphibian

Researchers in London have identified a new species of salamander that may be the largest amphibian alive today.
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Why Space Travels Faster Than Light | Unveiled

Why Space Travels Faster Than Light | Unveiled

Nothing travels faster than the speed of light, right? Well, wrong! Actually, there's something that travels faster than the speed of light all the time - and that's space itself! In this video, Unveiled uncovers exactly how the universe works, an...
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What If We Could Build Wormholes? | Unveiled

What If We Could Build Wormholes? | Unveiled

Wormholes are the ultimate in sci-fi technology! Allowing us to zap across space and to other galaxies, opening up the universe like never before! In this video, Unveiled imagines a future life where humanity has mastered the art of building wormh...
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What happens to the body during a "fight or flight" response?

What happens to the body during a "fight or flight" response?

What happens to the body during a "fight or flight" response?
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10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

The future has big plans for magnets.
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10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

The future has big plans for magnets.
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Turkish operation in northern Syria

Turkish operation in northern Syria

US Vice President Mike Pence met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday to push for a ceasefire in Syria after Ankara rebuffed international pressure to halt its deadly offensive against Kurdish forces. Videographic locating north...
AFP
Solar panels

Solar panels

Inauguration of France's first floating solar power plant. Videographic on solar panels.
AFP
Get away from it all...in space

Get away from it all...in space

Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson on Wednesday introduced the custom suits that will be worn by the first private astronauts. Videographic showing how holidays in space may soon become the latest craze.
AFP
Here's why it is so difficult to attempt a moon landing

Here's why it is so difficult to attempt a moon landing

Both Israel and India failed to successfully land lunar probes on the moon earlier this year because of a chain of malfunctions that occurred during the final stages of descent.Israel's Beresheet lander crashed during a landing attempt on April 11.
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Chicxulub crater rocks reveal details of asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs

Chicxulub crater rocks reveal details of asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs

A new study led by the University of Texas at Austin analyzed core samples from the Chicxulub crater and used it to assemble a timeline of what happened after the dinosaur-killing asteroid crashed into Earth.
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Genetically modified mosquitoes pass on deadly gene to native mosquitoes, study finds

Genetically modified mosquitoes pass on deadly gene to native mosquitoes, study finds

Researchers from Yale University have found that an experiment to release transgenic mosquitoes in Brazil as a way to reduce the mosquito population has backfired.
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Filipino village trades plastic waste for rice

Filipino village trades plastic waste for rice

Bayanan village is fighting plastic waste by giving its residents one kilogram of rice for every 2 kilograms of plastic waste they bring in. The plastic waste is then transferred over to the government, Reuters reports.
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How dogs smell

How dogs smell

How dogs smell. Dogs are an important part of security and rescue operations. Fire fighters were searching for at least nine people missing after a seven-story residential building collapsed in northeast Brazil on Tuesday.
AFP
Here's Why Your Brain Tingles From Soft Noises

Here's Why Your Brain Tingles From Soft Noises

Do you get a weird, tingly sensation when hearing certain noises? Here's why.
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Food waste

Food waste

Every year, 1.3 billion tonnes of food produced in the world for human consumption is wasted. That’s enough to feed Africa, Europe and the Americas for an entire year.
AFP
International Space Station

International Space Station

Videographic illustrating the International Space Station. After an infamous spacesuit flub earlier this year that resulted in accusations of sexism, NASA now plans to carry out the first all-female spacewalk this week, it said Tuesday.
AFP
Massive algae bloom spurred by lava from Kilauea eruption

Massive algae bloom spurred by lava from Kilauea eruption

New research has found that the Kilauea eruption last year caused an influx of lava into the North Pacific Ocean which in turn triggered a large algae bloom.
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Futuristic panel generates electricity in the dark

Futuristic panel generates electricity in the dark

A joint study from the University of California Los Angeles and Stanford University demonstrates a way to generate electricity in the dark by use of a thermoelectric generator device.
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Iran rejects U.S. claims that it is behind Saudi oil attack

Iran rejects U.S. claims that it is behind Saudi oil attack

Iran has dismissed accusations from the United States that it was behind the recent attacks on Saudi energy facilities.
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Interstellar comet seen approaching our solar system

Interstellar comet seen approaching our solar system

A newly discovered comet is the second interstellar object to ever be detected approaching our solar system.According to NASA's jet propulsion laboratory, comet C/2019 Q4 was first spotted by Ukrainian amateur astronomer Gennady Borisov on August 30.
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Hong Kong police fire tear gas and water cannons at protesters

Hong Kong police fire tear gas and water cannons at protesters

Hong Kong police fired water cannons and tear gas to disperse protesters, after alleged petrol bombs and rocks were thrown at government buildings on Sunday.
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Dominoes: More Powerful Than You Think

Dominoes: More Powerful Than You Think

The powerful trick you didn't know about the domino effect.
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Notre-Dame: damage caused by the fire

Notre-Dame: damage caused by the fire

Short videographic on the Notre-Dame fire disaster. Videographic showing the principal areas inside the cathedral affected by falling rubble and burning timber.
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Notre-Dame fire catastrophe

Notre-Dame fire catastrophe

Short videographic on the Notre-Dame fire disaster. Six months after a blaze caused devastating damage to Paris' Notre-Dame cathedral, nearly one billion euros have been paid or pledged to rebuild the edifice, France's culture minister said Tuesday.
AFP
Air pollution

Air pollution

Videographic on air pollution. New Delhi banned the use of diesel generators on Tuesday as pollution levels in the Indian capital exceeded safe limits by more than four times.
AFP
Turkish operation in northern Syria

Turkish operation in northern Syria

Videographic locating northern Syria. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday that Turkey's operation against Kurdish militants in northern Syria would not stop until "our objectives have been achieved".
AFP
Britain - EU relations

Britain - EU relations

Videographic examining Britain's troubled relationship with the European Union. A Brexit deal could yet be reached this week, the chief EU negotiator said Tuesday, but member states warned they will not allow Britain to open a back door to their s...
AFP
Why do passports only come in four colours?

Why do passports only come in four colours?

Passports around the world come in varying shades of only four colours - but governments can actually pick whichever colour they want.
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Turkish operation in northern Syria

Turkish operation in northern Syria

Videographic locating northern Syria. The Syrian regime sent troops towards the Turkish border on Monday to contain Ankara's deadly offensive against the Kurds, stepping in for US forces due to begin a controversial withdrawal.
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Fighting forest fires

Fighting forest fires

Videographic on wildfires. Wildfires raging across southern California showed signs of slowing Sunday, as firefighters contained nearly half of the biggest blaze.
AFP
Flooding

Flooding

Videographic illustrating flooding. Tens of thousands of rescue workers were searching Monday for survivors of powerful Typhoon Hagibis, two days after the storm slammed into Japan, killing at least 35 people.
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The High-Diving Horses That Risked Death Every Day to Entertain People

The High-Diving Horses That Risked Death Every Day to Entertain People

Making a horse jump 60 feet into a pool of water used to be considered fun. For the people watching, not necessarily the horse.
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Water detected in atmosphere of potentially habitable exoplanet

Water detected in atmosphere of potentially habitable exoplanet

Scientists have found water for the first time on a potentially habitable exoplanet.According to the Washington Post, exoplanet K2-18b is twice as big as Earth, with eight times its mass.
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