Paleontologists unearthed the oldest ancestor of land-dwelling herbivores with the discovery of a 300-million-year-old skeleton
Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s latest film 'Kış Uykusu' (Winter Sleep) will be one of the 18 films to compete at the 67th Cannes Film Festival.
Category: DEFENSE UPDATE
The new boss of Turkey’s top defense industry procurement body is set to strive to synch civilian and military aviation programs, sector sources say
Turkey enteres among 'the elite' in military spending according to SIPRI's research
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
After Oklahoma, England and Canada, earthquakes are linked to hydraulic fracturing for the first time in Ohio
Customs Union has brought greater benefits than a free trade agreement, but its smooth functioning is under risk if additional measures are not taken, World Bank says
The anti-separatist Quebec Liberal Party won a majority government in provincial elections eliminating the possibility of a new referendum for several years
Britain's baby Prince George arrived in New Zealand with parents Prince William and Catherine on Monday for the eight-month-old's first ever official tour, an AFP reporter sa
Archaeologists, historians, microbiologists and physicists reveal the secrets of 25 skeletons that were uncovered last year during work in London
Retiring Olympic bronze medallists Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy of Germany launched their bid for a fifth world pairs title in style by dominating the short programme on Wednesday.
Health officials in Guinea battled to contain west Africa’s first outbreak of the deadly Ebola vir
The US and Europe are "united in imposing a cost on Russia for its actions" in Ukraine, US President Barack Obama said on Monday ahead of a G7 crisis summit.
If you think climate change is only faced by some far-off polar bear decades from now, well, you’re mistaken
Category: GWYNNE DYER
The referendum on Scotland’s independence is only six months away, and suddenly the cautious sparring between the Conservative-led coalition government in London
The Group of Seven most developed economies is calling on Russia to stop all efforts to "annex" Ukraine's Crimea region, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said Wednesday.
New Zealanders will soon get to vote on whether to change their national flag, which many view as a relic from a colonial past.
A barrel bomb killed a Canadian photojournalist in Syria's Aleppo as he tried to document the death and destruction the controversial weapons caused in the city, reports said on Monday.
U.S. President Barack Obama said Russia was not 'fooling anybody' after Vladimir Putin denied Russian forces were operating in Ukraine's Crimea peninsula
The finance ministers of the world's top industrialized countries promised a firm aid package to Ukraine, while calling for reform and a central role by the International Monetary Fund
Obama told Putin that Russia's dispatch of troops to Ukraine flouted international law and warned he was courting political isolation if the incursion continues
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