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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have detected a mid-size black hole - considered the "missing link" in the understanding of these celestial brutes - eviscerating an unfortunate star that strayed too close.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have solved a longstanding mystery over the age of a landmark skull found in 1921 in Zambia - the first fossil of an extinct human species discovered in Africa - in research with big implications for deciphering the origin of our own species.
BAARLE-HERTOG, Belgium/BAARLE-NASSAU, Netherlands (Reuters) - Measures to halt the spread of the coronavirus have created an odd situation in a village straddling the Dutch-Belgian border where opposite sides of the road are in different countries.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Jewish faithful should refrain from kissing the stones of the Western Wall, the chief rabbi of the Jerusalem site said on Monday, adding to measures that religious authorities have taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
KUCHING: More than 100 bone fragments that were originally found in Sarawak’s Niah Caves will be home after being abroad for more than 40 years.
KUCHING: Prehistoric skeletal collection from the Niah Cave taken to the United States in the 1960s are on their way back to Sarawak.
BEIJING: Genome sequencing has shown that red panda, the endangered furry mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China, are two different species, providing a theoretical basis for more targeted conservation efforts.
Having experienced ups and downs in a history going back thousands of years, the country will get through this turbulence too.
Scientific test results of black rice fossils found in the basement of the Preah Ko temple site in Thala Barivat district, Stung Treng province late last year show that Cambodians have been cultivating and producing rice since the early Neolithic period.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - In Qibao, an old river town on the outskirts of Shanghai, officials have deployed more than 2,700 staff and volunteers to check temperatures and monitor traffic as they work to contain the coronavirus that has now killed more than 2,000 in China.