Crash site in a region densely populated by bears
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Autopsy results revealed that she had a broken hyoid bone in her neck, and with no other external injuries, it was suspected that she had been strangled to death.
The simplified process, along with the flexible and durable nature of the PHDE, allows for the manufacture of new soft actuators capable of bending to jump, like spider legs, or winding up and spinning.
India’s monitor lizards are endangered, and are a protected species by law.
She was rushed to the hospital but died from her injuries.
In Russia, Putin's public approval is soaring.
A Comparative Analysis of how Marxist Culture is Trampling On the Freedoms of Hong Kong and America
He earns more than $250,000 annually from it
It likely won't hit Earth, which is good, because the outcome would be catastrophic.
"Earth is on course to have its own rings. They'll just be made of junk."
The variant, called B.1.1.529, has been detected in South Africa in small numbers.
China has blasted Lithuania, warning it will “pay a price” for allowing Taiwan to open a de facto embassy in its capital Vilnius.
A blind woman was able to "see" for the first time in 16 years
A college degree is worthless if nobody is willing to pay you for the skills you acquired while earning it.
Animals that die in transit will be dumped on the roadside by the couriers.
Australia may have passed a law giving better privacy safeguards to protect its citizen's contact tracing data but given the Australian government's track record in citizens' surveillance, observers questioned if the new law is merely a smokescreen for increased covert surveillance.
An Indonesian man stabbed his housemate to death in the Siak Regency, Riau after his housemate called him ‘handsome’. According to Siak Police Chief AKBP Gunar Rahadyanto, the 45-year-old suspect with the initials KS, was offended when his housemate, Susiato alias Yanto, told him that he looked handsome on 18 January. “It’s so unusual, you […]
Taiwan is a promising experiment in participatory governance. But politics is blocking it from getting greater traction.
Indonesia is still mourning over the crash of Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 that occurred on 9 January. In the midst of such heartbreaking grief, families of the victims are trying their level best to find some sort of closure from the incident. Knowing that the victims are never coming back, these family members have no […]
The sad reality of terminal lung illnesses is that there are simply far more patients than there are donor lungs available. This isn't just because of the low number of donors, which would be problem enough, but many donor lungs are significantly dam
Emile Ratelband argues that his biological age does not reflect his emotional age, and wants to be legally recognized as a 49-year-old.
I have never eaten dog meat, simply because I grew up in a society which groomed me to…
Anti-maskers inspired YouTuber Allen Pan to create a whimsical gadget: a gun that fires masks directly onto its targets' faces.
When CNN launched in 1980, founder Ted Turner already knew how it was going to end. "Barring satellite problems, we won't be signing off until the world ends," he reportedly said. "When the end of...
Turns out there might be "life" after death, after all.
Chinese researchers grafted the head of a smaller rat onto a bigger one while keeping the brain safe from possible damage due to blood loss.
A man in Indonesia realized it was too late when the person who bought his used phone handed';
We asked GPT-3, OpenAI’s powerful new language generator, to write an essay for us from scratch. The assignment? To convince us robots come in peace
Take a city with good coffee shops and throw in some chaos and culture clash. Oh, and get rid of the parents.
When eccentric Canadian multi-millionaire Charles Millar died in 1926, he bequeathed his fortune to whichever woman could birth the most children in a decade.
It today’s series of bizarre news, a customer purchased cow dung cakes from Amazon and actually ate it instead of using it for “religious purposes”. Now, if you didn’t already know, cow dung has been commonly used in India for religious ceremonies, prayers and even general use such as replacement of firewood and paving walls. […]
Loren Krytzer was scraping by on disability checks when he became a millionaire overnight, all thanks to a blanket from his closet.
Thai authorities said on Tuesday that barely more than one gram of ketamine had been found in a seizure that police had initially believed contained more than 12 tonnes of the drug.
Does posting, even to a small group of friends, on social media mean that a user is forfeiting all expectation of privacy? Yes, Facebook argues.