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During a football game in Argentina, there was one person killed amid disturbance, according to official reports

Authorities say that one person was killed on Thursday after violent skirmishes near a soccer match between Boca Juniors and Gimnasia y Esgrima outside of Buenos Aires spilled into...

The Emergence of a New Generation of Street Fashion

I saw a young lady by the name of Solène smoking a cigarette as...

After OPEC’s Cuts, Biden Has a Choice to Make: Retaliate or Win Over Saudi Arabia

The decision by global oil majors to cut output comes only weeks before crucial...

The precipitous reduction in demand for semiconductors has caused Samsung’s profitability to suffer

As a result of the economic crisis, demand for electronic gadgets as well as...

The United States will start conducting Ebola checks on airline passengers coming from Uganda

Concerned about the spread of Ebola in Uganda, the Biden administration announced on Thursday...

Three Chimpanzees Taken From a Sanctuary in the Congo and Held for Ransom

Roxane Chantereau, co-founder of the JACK Primate Rehabilitation Center in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, awakened before to morning two weeks ago to...

The Webb Telescope has helped bring the planet Neptune and its rings into sharper focus

Since 1989, when the Voyager 2 probe from NASA sailed by Neptune on its way out of the solar system, no spacecraft has been...

There is evidence from fossils that gibbons were present in Asia as early as 8 million years ago

Gibbons are a kind of ape that have a small body and long arms. They move very quickly through the trees, which makes it...

According to a Watchdog Group, if you want to help save whales, you should avoid eating lobster

According to Seafood Watch, an organisation that monitors how fish and other seafood are collected from the world's seas, American lobster is no longer...

Why Is Your Brain So Much More Complex Than That of a Neanderthal’s

Scientists have uncovered a flaw in our DNA that may have contributed to our ancestors' brains differing from those of Neanderthals and other extinct...

NASA and Space Fans Await a Decision Regarding the Next Available Opportunity to Launch the Artemis Moon Rocket

The beaches, roadsides, rooftops, and canals were packed with thousands of people who had traveled from all over the place to be there. Some...

Misinformation Is Like a Global Web That Traps Spiders in It

Spiders are abundant in the environment in which we live. And an aversion to spiders. They creep about our thoughts just as much as...

Do You Believe the Scientists, or Did Your Dog Make You Cry With His Eyes?

If you've ever returned home to be greeted by your dog with licks and a wagging tail after being gone for a long time,...

Extreme temperature alterations millions of years ago may have had a role in the development of reptiles

There is nothing quite like a large-scale extinction event to clear out the competitors, provide room for new ecological niches, and speed up development...

The death of the Ranger Concerns About the Future of Conservation Efforts Are Raised Due to Rhino Protection

Anton Mzimba, who worked as the head ranger at a reserve in South Africa, has been the target of repeated assassination attempts. According to...

Young activists are demanding more as the historic climate bill makes its way to President Biden’s desk

The historic climate bill that Congress approved on Friday signifies a "once in a generation" win for the septuagenarian politicians who created the bill,...

Vantage Health Technologies discover the state of our health equity in the U.S. now

The findings of the first annual State of U.S. Health Equity Survey, which was conducted by Vantage Health Technologies, a subsidiary of the BroadReach...

The Floor of the Ocean Is Riddled with Holes. There is No Explanation Given by Scientists

Using a remotely controlled vehicle, marine researchers discovered a pattern of holes in the sand at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean's volcanic ridge. There...

How Penguins Survived the Summer Heat and Traveled to the Southern States

Penguins are one of the few mammals capable of surviving the harsh conditions of Antarctica. Emperor penguins, for example, have many layers of insulating...

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