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MAROS, Indonesia (Reuters): Genetic traces in the body of a young woman who died 7,000 years ago furnish the first clue that mixing between early humans in Indonesia and those from faraway Siberia took place much earlier than previously thought.
WASHINGTON: The United States and European Union (EU) have agreed to deepen transatlantic cooperation to strengthen semiconductor supply chains, curb China’s non-market trade practices and take a more unified approach to regulating big, global technology firms.
(Reuters) - London 2012 long jump champion Greg Rutherford has secured a place on Britain's bobsleigh squad, the 34-year-old said, as he looks to become the country's first athlete to medal at both a Summer and Winter Olympics.
MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) - Many Haitians who are heading for the U.S. border as thousands of their compatriots were cleared out of a frontier camp are giving thought to finding work in Mexico if measures to curb entry to the United States stay tough.
The winners of the 31st annual Ig Nobels include researchers who figured out how to better control cockroaches on US Navy submarines and a team that figured out just how disgusting that discarded gum stuck to your shoe is.
Her husband is facing up to 10 years in prison for his failure to register as a sex offender in California.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Aug 28)
On icy luge tracks, Chinese and US Olympians navigate distractions, disruptions while training for Beijing
As President Xi Jinping prioritises sports to help achieve the ‘Chinese dream’, Beijing hopes to mint medallists in previously untried events such as lugeChina creates an ‘instant’ team and hires foreign coaches to compete in the notoriously difficult winter sport
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have discovered the remains of a 7,200-year-old skeleton from a female hunter-gatherer in Indonesia that has a “distinct human lineage” never found anywhere in the world, according to research published this week.
SYDNEY (Xinhua): A research team, co-led by Australian archaeologists, has found the 7000-year-old remains of a teenage female in Indonesia, with the DNA throwing new light on how early people may have migrated to Australia.