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Seoul city Mayor Park Won-soon found dead, South Korean police confirm
Seoul city Mayor Park Won-soon found dead, South Korean police confirm

Park Won-soon, the mayor of Seoul, South Korea, was found dead, police reported Friday morning, local time. He was reported missing Thursday evening by the police.

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Serbian protesters try to storm Parliament; fourth day of protests
Serbian protesters try to storm Parliament; fourth day of protests

Friday night was the fourth night in a row that Serbians protested; the protest started out against the government's anti-COVID-19 measures but has reportedly expanded into more general anti-government protests. Police director Vladimir Rebic said at least 71 people were arrested Friday night.

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Astronomer Anthony Boccaletti discusses observation of birth of potential exoplanet with Wikinews
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Astronomer Anthony Boccaletti discusses observation of birth of potential exoplanet with Wikinews

In March, a study conducted by astronomer Anthony Boccaletti and other researchers reported potential signs of formation of an exoplanet around the star AB Aurigae.

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Neanderthals 'knew what they were doing': Archæologist Dr Naomi Martisius discusses her findings about Neanderthals' behaviour with Wikinews
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Neanderthals 'knew what they were doing': Archæologist Dr Naomi Martisius discusses her findings about Neanderthals' behaviour with Wikinews

In May, a study conducted by archæologist Dr. Naomi Martisius and other researchers concluded Neanderthals living in Europe tens of thousands of years ago were more sophisticated than previously thought.

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Open source game developer Perttu Ahola talks about Minetest with Wikinews
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Open source game developer Perttu Ahola talks about Minetest with Wikinews

Recently, Finnish open-source video game developer Perttu Ahola discussed Minetest, his "longest ever project", with Wikinews. Started in October 2010, Minetest was an attempt by Ahola to create a sandbox game similar to Minecraft.

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