1. Tantalising sign of possible life on faraway world
- NASA's James Webb Space Telescope may have discovered evidence of life on a faraway planet.
- It may have detected a molecule called dimethyl sulphide, which is only produced by life, at least on Earth.
- However, researchers stress that more data is needed to confirm the detection on the planet 120 light years away.

2. Putin says Soviet invasions of Hungary and Czechoslovakia were wrong
- Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the Soviet invasions of Hungary and Czechoslovakia were wrong.
- The Soviet Union invaded Hungary in 1956 and Czechoslovakia in 1968 after mass protests and demands for greater freedoms.
- His remarks, saying it is wrong to do anything in foreign policy that harms the interests of other people, come as the Ukraine war continues.

3. A big investment summit is coming to Northern Ireland
- The Northern Ireland Investment Summit takes place this week.
- It is a big sales pitch for Northern Ireland, trying to persuade international businesses to invest.
- Around 120 global investors and businesses will be attending.
1. Tantalising sign of possible life on faraway world
- NASA's James Webb Space Telescope may have discovered tentative evidence of a sign of life on a faraway planet.
- It may have detected a molecule called dimethyl sulphide, which is only produced by life, at least on Earth.
- However, researchers stress that the detection on the planet 120 light years away needs more data to confirm its presence.

2. Putin says Soviet invasions of Hungary and Czechoslovakia were wrong
- Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the Soviet invasions of Hungary and Czechoslovakia were wrong.
- The Soviet Union invaded Hungary in 1956 and Czechoslovakia in 1968 following mass protests and demands for greater freedoms.
- His remarks, saying it is not right to do anything in foreign policy that harms the interests of other people, come as Russian troops continue fighting in Ukraine.

3. A big investment summit is coming to Northern Ireland
- The Northern Ireland Investment Summit takes place in Belfast this week.
- It is a big sales pitch for Northern Ireland, trying to persuade international businesses to invest or reinvest.
- An estimated 120 investors and businesses from around the globe will be attending.

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