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Several hotels taking bookings for this winter’s football World Cup refused to accommodate gay couples, despite assurances from world governing body FIFA that they would.
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- South Korea developing insect-inspired micro robots for reconnaissance.
Seoul is creating the micro robots to conduct cover recon missions in enemy territories, a state research agency said. (Yonhap)
The five-year project aims to enable ant or bee-shaped robots to operate in a group for security or other missions.
The agency said they will work with the Army and security forces to deploy the system at the right time.