Egypt's "oldest and most complete" mummy
Near Cairo, Egypt's capital, archaeologists unearthed a Pharaonic tomb with what may be the oldest and "most complete" mummy ever found
Shopping can help detect ovarian cancer.
According to specialists conducting a research, keeping track of what customers purchase using loyalty card data can assist identify people who are
More ambitious climate regulations are sparked by the clean energy race
According to a new evaluation, recent climate policy announcements are getting more ambitious and most aim for a rise in global temperatures of no
Nine-year-old girl discovers megalodon shark tooth on Maryland beach
The rare and the ancient are the things that amateur fossil hunters hope to unearth. One young girl created it using her voice. Nine-year-old
As police move on protesters, the German coal mine stalemate intensifies.
In a standoff over the construction of a coal mine, German police have started evicting climate protesters from a deserted community. Officers in
UAE: A rockfall in Khorfakkan has stopped the road to Al Suhub rest area.
After falling pebbles blocked the street way, the Sharjah Police declared on Sunday that the road leading to Khorfakkan's Al Suhub Rest Area will be
England is preparing for the first satellite launch in western Europe.
Monday will see the launch of the first orbital satellites from Western Europe from Cornwall in southwest England. For the first time outside of
One comet will be visible from Earth every 50,000 years.
For the first time in 50,000 years, a comet will pass by Earth and the Sun in the next weeks, and it may be visible to the unaided eye. On
NASA satellite due to re-enter the atmosphere in the future, low threat
A defunct NASA satellite that has spent nearly 40 years in orbit is poised to hit the ground. According to a statement released by NASA on
In Bolsonaro's last month, deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon increased by 150%.
According to government statistics, deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon increased by 150 percent in December compared to the prior year, providing
Kilauea volcano in Hawaii explodes once more
Less than a month after it and its larger neighbor Mauna Loa ceased spilling lava from an earlier eruption, the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii started
Amit Shah, India's Home Minister, makes an emergency landing on his aircraft.
On Wednesday evening, the emergency landing of Indian Home Minister Amit Shah's aircraft took place at the international airport in
According to Russia's Rostec, production of new electronic weaponry will shortly begin.
New electronic warfare and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technologies will reportedly begin mass production in the coming months, according to
Philippines flood fatality toll rises as search for missing persons continues
Christmas celebrations are disrupted by flash floods brought on by heavy rain, and more than 45,000 people need shelter. Thirteen people have
Canada's polar bear population is rapidly shrinking, according to a research
Particularly in Hudson Bay, researchers report a sharp decline in the number of female bears and cubs. According to a recent government
Japan announces record defense spending amid worries about regional security
The cabinet's approval of a 20% increase in military budget represents a departure from the post-World War II pacifist self-defence stance. In
Christmas will be the coldest in decades due to a US winter storm.
Forecasters predict that this week's powerful winter storm may cause sections of the US to experience their coldest Christmas in four
A massive aquarium in Berlin with 1,500 fish explodes.
The Radisson Blu in Berlin's lobby has been inundated by water from a massive aquarium that has ruptured and contained a million liters of
Louisiana is devastated by vengeful storms.
From north to south, punishing tornadoes tore through the US state of Louisiana, killing at least three people and seriously damaging a number of