News Headlines - 28 July 2017

20 years on from inaugural event, RoboCup 2017 is back in Nagoya:The Asahi Shimbun

Robot admirers and experts from around the world gathered here on July 27 for Robocup 2017, the annual international robot sports tournament, which Nagoya last hosted for its inaugural edition in 1997.

North Korea tests another ICBM, putting US cities in range - The Straits Times

North Korea fired a missile on Friday (July 28) that experts said was capable of striking Los Angeles and other US cities and the United States and South Korea responded by staging a joint missile exercise, the South Korean news agency Yonhap said.

Foundation under probe over sex slave deal

Any moves over the controversial 2015 sex slave deal reached between Korea and Japan will be decided after a team completes its investigation into the deal, Minister of Gender Equality and Family Chung Hyun-back said Thursday.

Court rules that Stuttgart must ban diesel engines from city centre - The Local

An administrative court ruled on Friday in favour of Stuttgart banning old diesel cars to decrease pollution, much to the dismay of the state's auto industry... Environmental Action Germany (DUH) brought the case against the state of Baden-Württemberg in 2015, arguing that a only a general ban on diesel motors could combat the city’s pollution problems.

‘Urgent wake-up call’ for male health as sperm counts plummet

The sperm count of men in the western world has fallen by more than half over a period of 40 years, according to an international study described by its authors as “an urgent wake-up call” about declining male health.








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