Balan Biju from India wants to know: Why can't humans sleep with their eyes open?
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Australian Open organizers have come under fire from players and the media after they failed to act on soaring temperatures. The tournament's own heat policy was not enforced despite temperatures reaching 40 degrees.
Falling asleep in a bathtub appears to be a very bad idea for humans. Simply, because we can't breathe under water. But what about whales and other marine mammals — why don't they drown?
While US-Cuba ties have continued to deteriorate, the EU has stressed a new beginning in relations. Now the bloc's foreign policy chief is visiting the island nation. DW’s Andreas Knobloch reports from Havana.
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