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'Eternal Daughter' review: Tilda Swinton's hypnotic double act

Filmed with minimal camera trickery, the actress plays both a mother and daughter in Joanna Hogg's feature film.


Nuclear power: 'Newcleo is on its way to becoming Europe's best-funded start-up'

The company is to launch of a €1 billion capital increase as it aims to demonstrate it can secure and complete a full nuclear cycle in machines that no longer resemble technological cathedrals but simple boilers, writes Philippe Escande in his…


In Benin, electric motorcycles are gaining popularity

To speed up the transition to a greener economy, the government has eliminated all VAT and customs duties on 100% electric vehicles.


One-in-five new cars sold in California in 2022 was zero-emission

The largest car market in the United States charges towards its goal of electrifying its fleet. Ten years ago, that figure was 2 percent.


In the United States, a Henrietta Lacks statue will replace General Lee monument

Tissue taken from the African-American woman in 1951, without her consent, has been used in medical research and credited with the development of the polio vaccine.


The European Union adopts a 15 % tax on multinational businesses

On Thursday, the EU passed the landmark agreement intended to stop governments racing to cut taxes to lure the world's richest firms to their territory.


Raising a glass to the end of the hotel minibar in France

More and more hotels are abandoning these energy-hungry mini-refrigerators, which pose management problems and are less and less in line with guests' expectations.


Barcelona's ambitious mental health plan sees results

The Catalan city, governed since 2015 by the alternative left, has made safeguarding mental health a priority, particularly for young people.


European Parliament adopts universal charger requirement for electronic devices as of 2024

After that date, all smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices, including Apple's, must have a USB type-C standard port.


After #FreeBritney, California courts to limit conservatorships

On Friday, September 30, California governor Gavin Newsom signed a law that will limit the use of conservatorships, following the debates sparked by the members of the #FreeBritney movement.


'We support the adoption of the new Chilean Constitution'

On the initiative of Chilean organizations – Coordinadora Feminista del 8 Marzo and Modatima, united in the campaign Movimientos Sociales por el Apruebo – and the Danielle-Mitterrand Foundation, more than 400 personalities, including anthropologist…


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