Are automated flights the future of air travel? – BBC News

Automated flights might sound like a thing of science fiction, but they may be closer to reality than you’d think. Toulouse, France is known by some as the ‘aviation capital of Europe’ and it’s here that Airbus is testing automated flight. BBC Click’s Shiona McCallum explores the future of air travel. Subscribe here: #Travel #Technology #BBCNews

Ukraine war: Hospital destroyed by Russian missile attack – BBC News

At least two people have been killed and 23 injured in a missile strike on a medical clinic in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipro, the regional governor says.   Of the 23 injured, 21 are in hospital and three are in a serious condition.   Ukrainian authorities said they shot down 17 missiles and 31 drones launched from Russia overnight. Please subscribe here:…

Ukraine war: Kyiv hit by new massive Russian drone attack – BBC News

Russia has carried out a new massive drone attack on Ukraine’s capital Kyiv. Kyiv’s mayor Vitaliy Klitschko said a man died when drone wreckage fell near a petrol station. A woman was injured. Overall, Russia launched a record 54 so-called kamikaze drones on Ukrainian targets, 52 of which were shot down, Ukraine’s Air Force reported. Russia – which launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022…

Is this Australia's 'rudest' restaurant? – BBC News

Customers have called it the ‘world’s rudest restaurant’, but the success of Sydney’s Karen’s Diner has taken even its owners by surprise. It started as a pop-up restaurant during Australia’s Covid-19 lockdown, becoming a viral sensation on social media, and now it’s opening new branches across the world. The waiting staff are actors, trained to be as ‘rude’ as possible. The BBC’s Jacqui Wakefield visited…

Ukraine: Wagner announce Bakhmut withdrawal – BBC News

The head of Russia’s Wagner mercenary group has announced that its forces have started withdrawing from the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut. Yevgeny Prigozhin has vowed to transfer control of the city to the Russian army by 1 June, but Kyiv says it still controls pockets of the city. He said his forces were ready to return if the Russian regular army proved unable to manage…

Russia Wagner group vows to transfer captured Ukraine city of Bakhmut by June – BBC News

The head of Russia’s Wagner mercenary group vowed to transfer control of the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut to the Russian army by June 1. Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhin claimed to have captured Bakhmut on Saturday, but Kyiv says it still controls parts of the city. Ukraine says its troops are still advancing on the outskirts of Bakhmut. Please subscribe here: #Ukraine #Russia #BBCNews

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