Euronews 11 Jan 2021

Irish teenager wins national science award for 'deepfake' video detector


Greg Tarr, from County Cork, will now present his project at the European Union's Contest for Young Scientists.

Biden delivers remarks before departure from the Delaware National Guard Joint Force Headquarters
French author Hervé Le Tellier has been awarded the Goncourt Prize for his novel "L'Anomalie" (The Anomaly).

As FRANCE 24's books editor Catherine Khedir-Clifford explains, France's top literary honour was attributed by videolink owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Le Tellier, 63, is a mathematician by training and former journalist. He is a member of the Oulipo international literary group, founded in France by poet Raymond Queneau and writer and scientist François Le Lionnais in 1960.
President Biden and Vice President Harris, accompanied by former Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama, hold event at Arlington National Cemetery.
American scientist Dr. Charles Rice was presented with his Nobel Prize award at a low-key ceremony in New York on Tuesday. (Dec. 8)

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