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Closures of landmarks and delayed passport services are among the inconveniences that tourists will face.
The beaches, harbours and mansions of New England were once John F Kennedy’s playground. Today, along with Boston – the cradle of Kennedy politics – they offer a charming glimpse into the life of America’s most flamboyant president. It’s the 50th anniversary of his assassination today.
Now that Ebola is creeping closer and closer to our shores, I am scared. What is the outbreak like around the world now?
The situation in Sierra Leone is getting dire, with more confirmed cases of Ebola than in the entire preceding six months.
The European Space Agency’s comet probe Philae detects organic molecules, basis of life on Earth, just before its battery runs out of juice.
A British guide believes that rapid ascents of the world’s tallest mountain are better. But it involves sleeping in low-oxygen tents for weeks beforehand.
Corporal punishment may have been the ‘norm’ in ages past, but is it an appropriate means of disciplining children in the 21st century?
Scientists at CERN rejoice as their beloved “Big Bang” emulator returns twice as powerful after two years of repairs.
The Malaysian police force adopts second green blueprint.