Guo Bin - known as Bin Bin - has made a full recovery from surgery to attach the implants, which look and move like normal eyes but will not enable him to see. He was found covered in blood with his eyes removed near his home in the northern Chinese province of Shanxi in August after going missing while playing outside. "The surgery for his implants and eyeshell has been successful," Hong Kong-based eye expert Dennis Lam told a press conference. Bin Bin's artificial eyes, consisting of the implant and the eyeshell, are attached to tissue and muscle giving them the ability to move normally.
By Foo Yun Chee and Karolin Schaps BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - The European Commission will open an investigation next week into planned British support for a new nuclear power plant, two people familiar with the matter said, in a precedent-setting case for future nuclear funding in Europe. Britain has offered EDF a price guarantee lasting 35 years on power from a plant which the French utility plans to build in southwest England. The European Commission's competition directorate will investigate three main points: the length of the contract, the value of the agreed minimum electricity price and a government loan guarantee, one of the sources said. "Britain says this (assistance) is necessary because it's a nuclear project," the source said.