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Science  08 Dec 2017:
Vol. 358, Issue 6368, pp. 1230-1232
DOI: 10.1126/science.358.6368.1230

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In science news around the world, U.S. President Donald Trump shrinks two national monuments in relic-rich Utah, a French pharma company warns of the dengue vaccine's limits, and the European Space Agency's newest satellite, built to track air pollution, debuts its first imagery. Also, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences fights defamation charges, Los Alamos National Laboratory gets a new head, an Argentine glaciologist is indicted over a mining spill, and a new report on HIV/AIDS says more attention should be paid to men and boys with the disease. In other policy news, Science chats with a Japanese physician who has been sued for publishing articles defending the safety of a cervical cancer vaccine. Plus, a new exoplanet-hunting instrument's first glimpse of the sky, how Indus cities thrived without rivers, and why new moms might want to think twice about eating their placentas.