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Like a scene out a B-grade horror movie, persistent drought in a small US town has spawned monstrous tumbleweeds that have attacked the town and trapped people inside.
Vulnerable groups like the disabled and the elderly are badly affected by the ongoing water rationing exercise in Selangor.
When you have a marathon with 35,000 runners, what do you do if there are floods? Or if the haze hits? What if volunteers don’t show up? Here’s a look at the meticulous planning involved.
About two million undocumented migrants in the United States have been deported under President Barack Obama.
Manic drivers, spicy politics and cricket-crazed waiters are all part of the choking chaos of New Delhi.
With Batman turning 75 this year, we take a look at the key characteristics that make the Dark Knight the hero he is.
With 2015 just over 500 days away, we analyse how realistic the 2015 in 'Back To The Future Part II' was.
The mosquito that hosts yellow fever, dengue and chikungunya, does an excellent job at spreading those diseases to us humans.
Did you know? The term 'flea market' comes from the French marche aux puces, a name originally given to a market in Paris which specialised in shabby second-hand goods of the kind that might contain fleas. The earliest English use that the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary has found dates from 1922.
Remote-controlled vessels allow more space for cargo and no hostages for pirates.