Euronews 12 May 2020

Will microchip implants be the next big thing in Europe?


Thousands of Swedes have been pioneering the use of futuristic microchips that are implanted under the skin of the hand. Now the technology could be introduced to other parts of Europe, like Italy. …

Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Kansas City Chiefs WR Sammy Watkins debate if the Chiefs have a chance at becoming the next great dynasty.
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After devastating wildfires ripped through California's wine country (where Abraham and Pechet have homes) in 2017, the cofounders started Homebound in nearby Santa Rosa to help other homeowners rebuild—managing each step from building permits and insurance claims to design and construction. "As we watched people try to navigate the process and the complexity of everything they had to do to build a home, we knew there were really simple technology tools that were used in other industries that could make the process simpler," says CEO Pechet, 38. Today Homebound is rebuilding 150 homes lost to fires.

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Syrians living in the opposition-held northwest Idlib province are switching currencies because the value of their pound is plummeting.
Many are now spending with Turkish lira as Syria's economy continues to be hit by setbacks.

Al Jazeera's Sinem Koseoglu reports from Istanbul.
Whether President Donald Trump wins a second term in 2020 or not, it's virtually impossible to imagine him or the movement he created disappearing anytime soon. Chris Cillizza explains how Trump may never allow for an heir.

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