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Being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender in Uganda means living in fear. The church says homosexuality is immoral. Now the government is said to be considering plans to introduce the death penalty for gay sex.
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Companies often underestimate the danger of online attacks, especially small firms. IBM wants to teach managers what to do in an emergency by simulating an attack.
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Bangkok's fire department catches more snakes than it extinguishes fires. During the rainy season the reptiles often hide in peoples' homes. With snakes ranging from harmless to highly poisonous, fireman Sontaya Wangjam never knows what to expect.
British police are testing controversial high-tech facial-recognition cameras. But critics say this technology raises serious privacy concerns. Now, a court will decide.
President Macron says Notre Dame will be rebuilt in five years -- but that's a tall order. Architects say the current plan won't work. And local residents are concerned about lead emissions that were released as the cathedral burned.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan is accused of planning to deport Syrian refugees. There are 3.6 million refugees in Syria right now, and many of them are worried about their future.
Based in what's now the Czech Republic, Tatra ranks among the world's oldest automakers. Launched in 1936, the Tatra 87 was one of the fastest series-production vehicles of its day. And when it comes to style, it's still a standout.
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Opel has re-launched the Astra, but the changes to the exterior are nothing dramatic. A lot more has happened under the hood. The German carmaker now offers it with one of two different three-cylinder gasoline-powered engines or a diesel.
Nestle's new vegan ground beef is flying off the supermarket shelves. The conglomerate is investing in meat-replacement products on a grand scale. We interview Christian Adams, business manager of Nestle's vegetarian and vegan subsidiary.
Katjesgreenfood invests in the growing market for sustainable food brands. A subsidiary of the Katjes Group, it helps finance startups such as the Haferkater porridge chain with the aim of promoting what it calls the 'food revolution'.
In Germany - the land of currywurst - McDonald's is launching a vegan burger. Tofu producers are barely keeping up with demand. But things look different on a global scale. Meat consumption in China has quadrupled in recent decades.
Many consider vegetarians the new superheroes. They eat no meat and so have a reduced carbon footprint. But is that really true? An avocado can actually do more damage to the environment than a steak. Environmental vegetarianism - fact or fiction?