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Undersea ‘Lost City’ link to alien world

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Scientists from Germany’s Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology examine links between what’s known as Earth’s “Lost City” of hydrothermal systems and oceans found on Jupiter’s moons. Antarctic scientist: I’ve seen icebergs melting. North Korea’s Kim Jong Un ‘simulates nuclear counterattack’ drill. 

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  • Public emergency alerts being flashed to UK phones
  • Bird flu: Vaccine firms human jabs latest
  • Wonky skull and big ears give night parrot edge
  • World’s largest Ferris wheel for Seoul

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