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‘Clearest Message’: Tesla Builds World’s Biggest Li-on Battery Down Under

The installation of the giant lithium-ion battery would help solve South Australia’s energy problems, still reeling from a recent series of local blackouts and a major nationwide one last year that left 1.7 million people without electricity, British media wrote.

23/11/17 15:38

Sleeping Beauty Didn't Give Consent to Prince: UK Mom Triggers Twitter Storm

A British mother in London courted controversy by demanding that her son’s primary school remove the classic fairy tale Sleeping Beauty from its curriculum because it promotes "inappropriate sexual" messages to children.

23/11/17 15:29

Power Outage? British Gas Owner Centrica Loses 800,000 Customers in Four Months

As the UK government trains its sights on "rip-off tariffs" in consumer energy, sector leader Centrica has already suffered a seismic customer exodus.

23/11/17 15:20

Moscow-Brussels 'Artificial' Conflict 'Purely Political,' Analyst Says

A recent poll conducted by the French Institute of Public Opinion (Ifop) has shown that Europeans don't support anti-Russian sanctions and want better relations between Moscow and Brussels. Sputnik discussed the issue with Spanish analyst Armando Fernández Steinko.

23/11/17 15:16

India Struggles to Solve its Fighter Jet Procurement Puzzle

India, which intends to replace all of its Russian-made MiG-21 and MiG-27 fighter jets by 2024, is stuck in a difficult situation, as Lockheed Martin has denied total transfer of technology, SAAB itself lacks complete technology and local firm HAL is incapable of delivering at the required pace.

23/11/17 15:05

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