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Science  09 Sep 2016:
Vol. 353, Issue 6304, pp. 1074-1076
DOI: 10.1126/science.353.6304.1074

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In science news around the world, NASA's Juno spacecraft sends its first close-up images of Jupiter, an Austrian archaeological dig at the ancient city of Ephesus is shut down by the Turkish government, the World Health Organization declares Sri Lanka malaria-free, new reports slam Sweden's Karolinska University Hospital and the Karolinska Institute for ignoring warning signs when they hired embattled surgeon Paolo Macchiarini, and more. Also, Oklahoma authorities shut down three dozen wastewater injection wells in the wake of a strong magnitude-5.6 earthquake. And Science chats with Kenyan economist Andrew Mude about his livestock insurance program, for which he won a 2016 Norman Borlaug Award from the World Food Prize.