Tuesday,  January 22,  2019

Passing grade for bypass despite long tailback
Traffic congestion - including an eight-kilometer queue heading for the Western Harbour Crossing - marked the first working day after the Central-Wan Chai Bypass opened.
Spotlight-seeking gene boffin 'to be severely dealt with'
A mainland scientist who claimed to have made the world's first "gene-edited" babies broke the law and will be severely dealt with, according to a Guangdong government investigation.

May focused on winning over rebels
British Prime Minister Theresa May was hoping to break the Brexit deadlock last night by setting out proposals in parliament that were expected to focus on winning more concessions from the European Union.




















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