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Top 10 countries most at risk of humanitarian disaster in 2019
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) has named the countries most at risk of being hit by humanitarian catastrophe next year, with Yemen, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan topping the top 10 list. As wars, famines and other disasters loom over several countries, 2019 is set to be another arduous year for millions of people…
F1: Quality of racing could improve by 20% in 2019, says Ross Brawn
Brawn is hopeful changes to Formula 1 cars in 2019 will allow drivers to race closer together and pass more easilyFormula 1 could see a 20% improvement in the quality of racing next year, according to Ross Brawn. F1's head of motorsport said he was optimistic changes to the cars for 2019 would enable drivers…
AT&T has lofty ambitions to change the way TV advertising is sold, but ad buyers worry it will become a walled garden like Facebook and Google
This summer, AT&T unveiled an ambitious plan to reinvent TV and digital advertising. The idea: To create a tech platform using the telecom's data and premium content that could be used by the entire TV industry to sell advertising across multiple networks using automated software. "Ultimately, we are stronger if we can create one connected…
Formula E breakdown: ‘Unbelievable’ circuits & ‘mega’ cars – five reasons to watch – BBC Sport
From "unbelievable" locations to former Formula 1 drivers in "mega" cars, BBC Radio 5 live commentator Jack Nicholls tells us why Formula E is a must-watch. Watch all 13 races from the 2018-19 Formula E season live on BBC Sport. WATCH MORE: Attack mode? Fan boost? Formula E explained Available to UK users only.
Spencer Tunick’s Melbourne nude photos released in vivid colour
Posted December 15, 2018 00:23:44 Photo: "Melbourne 1, 2018" was taken in a supermarket carpark on a Wintry morning in July. (Supplied: Spencer Tunick) The 860 Melbournians who stripped off in the name of art for a nude photoshoot during the heart of Melbourne's winter earlier this year will today see the works they took…