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Court convicts US political consultant of groping passenger

Aug 6, 2018

A London court has found an American political consultant guilty of groping a fellow passenger on a trans-Atlantic flight

Genetics technology could lead to more crops, fresher food

Aug 6, 2018

A multinational agricultural company based in Idaho has acquired gene editing licensing rights that could one day be used to help farmers produce more crops and make grocery store offerings such as strawberries, potatoes and avocados stay fresher longer.

Michelin-starred French master chef Joel Robuchon dies at 73

Aug 6, 2018

Joel Robuchon, a master chef who shook up the stuffy world of French haute cuisine by focusing on the delights of the simple mashed potato, has died at 73

The Latest: French chef Ducasse toasts 'colleague' Robuchon

Aug 6, 2018

Alain Ducasse says French cuisine has maintained an international reputation for greatness due in part to fellow chef and "colleague" Joel Robuchon

No love? Millions on the line in spat over 'I Love NY' signs

Aug 6, 2018

Where is the love? New York state and the federal government are locked in a multimillion-dollar standoff over 500-plus 'I Love NY' highway signs

Poland obtains archive of diplomats' efforts to rescue Jews

Aug 6, 2018

Poland has obtained a World War II-era archive that documents the efforts of Polish diplomats in Switzerland to get Jews out of Europe by issuing phony passports from Latin American countries

Germany launches earliest grape harvest yet amid heat wave

Aug 6, 2018

Germany's grape harvest is officially underway on its earliest date yet after a scorching summer

Old stone buildings and trendy cafes: The port city of Jaffa

Aug 6, 2018

Old stone buildings and trendy cafes: Israel's ancient port, Jaffa

Gorillas at Prague zoo cool down with sorbet amid heat wave

Aug 6, 2018

Gorillas at Prague's zoo are keeping cool during the European heat wave by eating sorbet

Romania reports 500 outbreaks of African swine fever in pigs

Aug 6, 2018

Romanian authorities have reported more than 500 separate outbreaks of African swine fever in pigs, mainly in the Danube Delta and near the Hungarian border

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