Doctolib details how telemedicine appointments work

French startup Doctolib announced back in September that it would open up telemedicine appointments on its platform in 2019. The company is taking advantage of recent legal changes that finally make telemedicine legal in France.

Doctolib is a marketplace matching patients with health practitioners — 70,000 practitioners and 1,400 medical...

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Nairobi hotel: DusitD2 siege over - Uhuru Kenyatta

Kenya's president says all suspected militants involved in Wednesday's attack have been "eliminated"....

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Australian Open: Roger Federer battles through against Dan Evans

British number four Dan Evans succumbs in three sets after pushing Roger Federer hard in an entertaining Australian Open second-round match....

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European leaders say Britain needs to clarify what sort of Brexit it can agree to after rejecting the Withdrawal Agreement....

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Flight attendant smuggled drugs in 'highly organised' ring, police say

The flight attendant smuggled drugs into Australia for a "highly organised" group, police say....

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Grab moves to offer digital insurance services in Southeast Asia

Grab is Southeast Asia’s top ride-hailing firm, thanks in no small part to its acquisition of Uber’s local business last year, but the company also houses an ambitious fintech arm, too. That just added another vertical to its business after Grab announced it is teaming up with China’s ZhongAn to introduce insurance.


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YouTube will “ramp up” enforcement of its policies against dangerous challenges and pranks

YouTube announced several policy updates today, including more stringent enforcement of its ban on videos of dangerous challenges and pranks.

In a FAQ posted to its support site, YouTube wrote “we’ve updated our external guidelines to make it clear that challenges like the Tide Pod challenge or the Fire challenge, that can cause death...

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