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Cambodia Passes Lèse-Majesté Law: Cambodians will now be constitutionally obligated to “defend the motherland” and forbidden from insulting the king under a number of new legislative changes that observers say suggest a prolonged assault on civil liberties in the country.
UK government invests £30m in electric vehicle-to-grid tech research | The new technologies could enable electric cars to deliver "electricity back to the smart grid, to light homes and power businesses".
Australia's solar power boom could almost double capacity this year, analysts say: Nearly 30 new industrial solar farms are scheduled to come on line and rooftop installations just saw a record-breaking month.
Gravitricity has been awarded £650,000 of government funding to test an innovative energy storage system: Energy will be stored by lifting a giant cylindrical “clock weight” up a disused mineshaft using a winch, and then released by lowering the weight back down.
Cambodia's government adopted a lese majeste law on Friday that would make insulting the king a crime punishable by up to 5 years in prison. Rights groups say they fear it could be used to target opponents of the government.
Destruction of Libya's last toxic arms hailed as a “historic occasion for disarmament and security” by chemical weapons watchdog OPCW: Some 500 metric tonnes of chemical products were destroyed at a specialized facility in Münster, Germany