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Kim Dotcom legal saga far from over, lawyer says

Kim Dotcom’s marathon extradition battle will run for at least another year, despite a New Zealand court ruling that he can be sent to the United States, the Megaupload founder’s lawyer said Tuesday.

China move puts onus on US in N. Korea impasse: experts

China’s snap decision to halt North Korean coal imports -– a key economic lifeline for Pyongyang –- has a broader motive aimed at shaping Donald Trump’s as yet undefined policy towards the North’s rogue nuclear arms programme, experts say.

Gene editing mulled for improving livestock

Gene editing, which has raised ethical concerns due to its capacity to alter human DNA, is being considered in the United States as a tool for improving livestock, experts say.