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A study by Chinese geologists suggests the mountain where North Korea has conducted five successive nuclear bomb tests has likely collapsed
A Facebook message posted minutes before plowing into a crowded sidewalk raising the possibility the suspect nursed grudges against women.
The European Space Agency is releasing the most detailed star chart yet made for the Milky Way and neighboring galaxies
President Trump has portrayed the asylum seekers as a serious threat
Isolation should not be taken lightly.
New research has found that it could be easier than ever to break into a hotel room with a key card.
There is heightened concern over recent anti-Semitic attacks in Germany
The accident spread radioactive fallout across Europe in 1986, particularly contaminating Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. "Chernobyl will always remain an open wound in the heart of our country, in the hearts of millions of people," President Petro Poroshenko wrote on Facebook.
They were arrested during a crackdown after a failed coup attempt in 2016
"I have no idea how I can do this without her"
A giant puppet depicting EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is carried among demonstrators during a People’s Climate March, to protest U.S. President Donald Trump’s stance on the environment, in Washington, April 29, 2017. Anyone who has read this column over the past five years knows that I tend to be unfettered in my criticism of people who lie and distort climate science to further their political ideologies. At the same time, I believe that the majority of climate sceptics are not willfully wishing to damage this precious Earth that we call home.
Jessler Magbanua has been sculpting elaborate sand castles for tourist tips on the Philippine resort island of Boracay for years, but now that it is shut for clean-up he will have to switch to mixing cement. The six-month closure of Boracay to holidaymakers starting on Thursday is forcing thousands of workers employed by the bustling tourist trade to adapt in order to survive. Magbanua, a so-called "castle boy", said he would look for construction work in the absence of the lucrative business of creating sand art for photo snapping holidaymakers.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos uses $1 billion of his "Amazon winnings" to fund his space company Blue Origin, he recently said in an interview. The entrepreneur has a net worth of $127 billion and a number of personal projects to spend it on, but he says none are as important an investment as Blue Origin and the goal to put civilizations in space. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos spends a tiny fraction of his net worth to fund Blue Origin, the space company he started back in 2000.
The officers are critically wounded, police said
Three film students were killed after being caught unaware in the middle of a drug gang turf battle on the outskirts of Guadalajara