Viganella in Italy's Piedmont region lies at the bottom of a deep valley. During the short winter days, it rarely gets a ray of sunshine. Now, a giant mirror reflects sunlight into the town square.
The Paradise Papers data release shines a light on the tax activities of politicians and some of the world’s richest people. But it appears for now that most of the questions raised are ethical rather than legal.
Man-like machines: An exhibition of humanoid robots has opened in London. Plus: Why ants make great pets. And how a huge mirror is lighting up the lives of Italian villagers.
After crowdfunding 73,000 euros a new far-right, pan-European movement is campaigning to stop informal migration to Europe, drawing concern from humanitarian and leftist groups. Diego Cupolo reports from Catania, Sicily.
US scientists are expected to say they can show that gravitational waves exist, ending a century-long search to prove one of Einstein's theories. Here are six reasons they're so important for understanding our universe.
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