01 July 2015

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Schools close as MERS virus spreads in South Korea

SEOUL  More than 200 primary schools shut down Wednesday as South Korea struggled to contain an outbreak of the MERS virus that has infected 30, killed two and triggered widespread fear.With the World Health Organisation predicting further infections and the government under fire for its initial response, President Park Geun-Hye convened an emergency meeting with top health officials and medical experts to map out a comprehensive quarantine strategy.Five new cases were reported overnight, making this the largest outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) outside Saudi

Now robots will perform tasks as hotel staff

A hotel in Japan will be operated entirely by robots.In the city of Sasebo, Japan, a hotel named The Henn-na Hotel will open soon. It will be an innovation to the hospitality industry.Ten life-like robots with eerily realistic female faces will greet visitors. Only two flesh-and-blood members will be included in the hotel’s staff.According to reports which appeared in the BBC, the robots will perform each task just like human beings. They will greet guests, carry bags, and even clean rooms once a guest leaves. The realistic female face robots are designed to speak several languages.Almost 72 rooms of the hotel will be looked

Obama signs new US surveillance bill into law: White House

Obama signs new US surveillance bill into law: White HouseWashington: President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed into law landmark legislation passed by the Congress just hours earlier that ends the government´s bulk telephone data dragnet.The bill, The USA Freedom Act, significantly reverses American policy by reining in the country´s most controversial surveillance program since 9/11. It also reauthorizes key national security programs that had lapsed early this week.The bill halts the ability of the National Security Agency (NSA) to scoop up and store metadata -- telephone numbers, dates and times of calls -- from millions of Americans who have no connection to

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