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Arnold: ‘To expect a Nobel Prize is rather silly’
This month, Frances Arnold, professor of chemical engineering at Caltech in California, was awarded the 2018 Nobel prize in chemistry, shared with two others.
Chief: UN strongly committed to listening to young people’s voice
The United Nations (UN) is strongly committed to listening to the voice of the young people and opening pathways for meaningful participation in decisions that affect them, said the secretary-general of the United Nations.
Monaco to host Dortmund in CL quarters second leg
There is just a year in age between them, neither had a distinguished playing career and both have been linked with moves to the Premier League, so Leonardo Jardim and Thomas Tuchel have plenty in common.
Man Utd to face FC Rostov in Europa League last 16
Manchester United was drawn against Russian side FC Rostov in the Europa League last 16.
Iran to host para alpine skiing,snowboard competitions
The first ever World Para Alpine Skiing and snowboard events will come to Iran in January, signifying the development of winter sports in the country.
Rangers win to reestablish lead over Aberdeen
Rangers recorded a fourth straight Premiership win against Inverness Caledonian Thistle (Caley) to reestablish a seven-point lead over Aberdeen in the battle for second place.
Uzbekistan to face another tough test in Asian World Cup qualifier
Uzbekistan boasts Group A’s only 100-percent record after wins over Syria and Qatar but it will face another tough test today in Tashkent with the visit of Iran which is also undefeated in its own Russia 2018 Asian Qualifying Third Round campaign so far.
MOAS's mission to save migrants
Global search and rescue charity, Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), will begin a new mission in the Andaman Sea and adjacent areas on March 3 to track, monitor and, if needed, provide search and rescue of refugees or migrants.

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