Waste chicken feathers could help insulate homes
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London-based start-up Aeropowder is developing a method to turn thousands of tonnes of waste chicken feathers into useful materials, including an effective thermal insulator.
21 Aug 2018
President Trump is said to be accusing China and the EU of manipulating their currencies.
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The demonstrators were calling for the release of their leader Ibrahim Zakzaky when soldiers shot at them.
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Guests respond to today's MLIV Question of The Day, "which asset will win out from the Italy-EU game of chicken?"
19 Apr 2019
A study has found half of chicken meat at discount supermarkets is contaminated with antibiotic-resistant germs that pose a major health risk. The results indicate antibiotics are overused at industrial poultry farms.
11 May 2019
The two reporters were arrested in Myanmar in late 2017. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of the military crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
19 Jun 2019
Try these tips to make the perfect Southern fried chicken! Use a buttermilk-based brine and let the chicken sit for 12 hours.
13 Jul 2019
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi talks about popular items people order using Uber Eats. He appears on "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations." The interview was recorded on June 11 at The Economic Club in Washington.
25 Dec 2019
The journalist could spend two years in prison. She had tweeted about workers from Myanmar whose reports of abuse by their employers at the poultry farm triggered a landmark legal case for migrant laborers.
14 Feb 2021
Poulet-Mayo is a unique Congolese chicken concoction born on the streets of Kinshasa three years ago, as a way of whetting more customers appetite and boosting sales at a local street food restaurant. Today, it features on hundreds of menus and has become a firm Kinnois favourite that inspired a song with fans saying it can easily compete with worldwide classics like steaks and shawarmas.
24 Jun 2021
Diners in Israel are tucking into laboratory-grown "meat" that scientists claim is an environmentally-friendly way to feed the world's growing population.
20 Jul 2021
Residents and students attend a vigil at the gates of the Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi to pay homage to Pulitzer Prize-winning Indian photographer Danish Siddiqui. The Reuters news agency photographer was killed covering fighting between Afghan security forces and the Taliban near a border crossing with Pakistan. The Reuters news agency photographer was killed Friday covering fighting between Afghan security forces and the Taliban near a border crossing with Pakistan. "Danish was a people's journalist... He used to narrate the sorrow and pain of our times through his camera," said one resident. His photos of protests in the neighbourhood against a controversial citizenship law last year were well-known among the residents here.
25 Aug 2021
A lack of qualified drivers combined with tough visa regulations are slowing down the country's supply chains. Food retailers like McDonald's have been hit. The Christmas season could stretch things to the limit.
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On August 24, Angolan political parties are looking at the tightest race they have ever run in an election. DW explains who's running, what the issues are and why the contest is so intense this time.
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Coal is seeing a bit of a revival in Germany, with out-of-service power plants being placed back online as gas supplies from Russia fall. But bringing coal-fired plants back online is easier said than done.
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As German cities heat up, the federal government has announced plans to increase the number of public drinking fountains to help ease the impact of the changing climate. The plan also has other environmental benefits.
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German consumers learned on Monday how much extra they will have to pay for gas in the winter months. Companies are currently not permitted to pass on their increased costs.
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Nigeria’s inflation rate has defied monetary tightening, hitting 19.64 percent in July, a level not seen in over one-and-a-half decades. This bombshell was dropped yesterday by the Statistician-General of the Federation and Chief Executive Officer, National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Prince Semiu Adeniran, when he released the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for July 2022 in Abuja.
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