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Gitanjali Rao: Time’s first ‘Kid of the Year’

At only 15 years of age, Gitanjali Rao has already invented a mobile device to detect lead in drinking water and was named America's Top Young Scientist. Now, she's the winner of Time Magazine's first "Kid of the Year" award. Science & Technology news 👉 http://trt.world/13sf #TimeMagazine #KOTY2020 #GitanjaliRao

Beethoven Meets AI

Beethoven Meets AI

Has Flint's water crisis been solved?

Has Flint's water crisis been solved?

Salesforce CEO Benioff to buy Time for $190M | Money Talks

Salesforce CEO Benioff to buy Time for $190M | Money Talks

Amazon overtakes Microsoft | Money Talks

Amazon overtakes Microsoft | Money Talks

Born without a country: Maha Mamo's story

Born without a country: Maha Mamo's story

Searching through trash to survive in northeastern Syria

Searching through trash to survive in northeastern Syria

Amazon sold location data from controversial firm X-Mode – report

Amazon sold location data from controversial firm X-Mode – report

Here's a look at policy changes likely to be enacted by Biden during his first days

Here's a look at policy changes likely to be enacted by Biden during his first days

Three US presidents who skipped their successor's inauguration

Three US presidents who skipped their successor's inauguration

The history of Inauguration Day

The history of Inauguration Day

Incoming US intel chief vows to release Khashoggi murder report

Incoming US intel chief vows to release Khashoggi murder report

UN accused of sharing names of Chinese government opponents

UN accused of sharing names of Chinese government opponents

Israel will ban rights groups from school lectures over ‘apartheid’ use

Israel will ban rights groups from school lectures over ‘apartheid’ use

Turkish Armenian journalist Hrant Dink remembered

Turkish Armenian journalist Hrant Dink remembered

The Qatar 2022 World Cup controversy | Spolitix | E1

The Qatar 2022 World Cup controversy | Spolitix | E1

UK security company wrote ‘Allahu Akbar’ on fake bomb during training

UK security company wrote ‘Allahu Akbar’ on fake bomb during training

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