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Surprise: Airbus will be ready with 'flying car' prototype by year end

Surprise: Airbus will be ready with 'flying car' prototype by year end

Airbus CEO shared that his company will be ready with a 'flying car' prototype by the end of this year. We have heard many stories about researchers and few companies working on concept of flying car for better urban mobility. But, with Airbus stepping in the segment, this could be a reality. Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders surprised reporters with his announcement that the aviation giant is working on a self-piloted flying car prototype. Last year, Airbus formed Urban Air Mobility division to work on flying car and other advanced mobility solutions.

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Donald Trump Predicts Further Breaking Up of European Union after Brexit

Donald Trump Predicts Further Breaking Up of European Union after Brexit

Donald Trump is known for making controversial statements and many of his statements are without any logic. In his first major interview to a UK-based news outlet after winning the U.S. elections, the President elect said that Brexit is a great move for Britain. Trump has probably forgotten than nearly 50 percent of British residents oppose Brexit. Additionally, the currency has dropped to its multi-year low. The currency market doesn’t spare any country when there is an underlying trouble for that country.

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Essilor and Luxottica Merge to Create 46 billion Euro Eyewear Giant

Essilor and Luxottica Merge to Create 46 billion Euro Eyewear Giant

French eyewear major Essilor and Italian company Luxottica have announced Euro 46 billion merger to create an eyewear giant. Italy’s Luxottica operates popular brands including Ray Ban and Oakley while Essilor is having a leadership in ophthalmic lens market. The combined entity will have annual revenue of nearly Euro 15 billion.

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Groundbreaking: French Citizens Automatically Become Organ Donors with New Law

Groundbreaking: French Citizens Automatically Become Organ Donors with New Law

A new law introduced by the government will enroll all French citizens as organ and tissue donors automatically unless someone opts out of the list. The law has become effective from January 1 and medical community has appreciated the efforts made by lawmakers to pass the new law. People who don’t want to be on the list of organ donors, will have to enroll in National Rejection Register. Organ donation is important and medical experts across the world have urged people to donate organs so that people in need can receive them.

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AMD Ryzen Single Core Reaches 5GHz Overclocking and Offers Amazing Performance

AMD Ryzen Single Core Reaches 5GHz Overclocking and Offers Amazing Performance

AMD has not officially announced capabilities of its Ryzen processor but the company teased technology experts with few details about its latest high performance processor. AMD also released demonstration of Ryzen and the processor offered better performance compared to Intel Core i7-6900K. AMD could release its new processor in few weeks.

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French President’s India visit results in signing of 16 important MoUs between two nations

French President’s India visit results in signing of 16 important MoUs between t

The recent visit of French President Francois Hollande to India has led to the signing of 16 significant Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) between both the nations, including wide range of sectors, such as urban transport, urban development, water and waste treatment and solar energy.

However, the most important development to emerge from the mutual talks among all is the collaboration to launch India's next Red Planet mission.

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French Researchers Present New Theory about Formation of Gullies on Mars

French Researchers Present New Theory about Formation of Gullies on Mars

A team of French researchers claims that the gullies on the Red Planet were formed by large chunks of ice. Earlier, it was thought that these gullies were formed due to water.

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France passes bill aimed at banning use of super skinny fashion models

France passes bill aimed at banning use of super skinny fashion models

On Thursday, France passed a bill aiming at prohibiting the use of super skinny models in the fashion industry. Under the bill, the models will have to obtain a medical approval by doctors to work in the industry.

The French National Assembly’s passed law wants models to visit a doctor, and asks for photographs that have been edited to change the appearance of a model to carry a caption that indicates the alteration. BBC News reported that the aim of the law is to do away with the use of ‘excessively thin’ models.

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