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It's been a long time coming, but Facebook and Instagram users in Canada can finally incorporate music clips into their story posts.
The worst locust outbreak that parts of East Africa have seen in 70 years has reached South Sudan, a country where roughly half the population already faces hunger after years of civil war, officials announced Tuesday.
A helmet used by French soldiers in the First World War provided better protection from overhead blasts than a modern American model, according to a U.S. university study.
A U.S. judge has rejected a lawsuit filed by Chinese tech company Huawei challenging the constitutionality of a law that banned federal agencies from buying its products.
At first glance, Christiana Figueres doesn't have that many reasons to be optimistic.
The team at Jetman Dubai built a jet-powered wingsuit and say they just reached a major milestone with it -- a pilot took-off from the ground and then transitioned into a high-altitude flight.
Eight bald eagles are fighting for their lives on Vancouver Island after feasting on an animal carcass that was loaded with sedative drugs.
New sets of Neanderthal remains found in a historical archeological site in Iraqi Kurdistan could unlock secrets of ancient burial rites, according to a new study in the Antiquity journal.
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A hidden mass grave containing at least 48 bodies was uncovered in Britain, which archeologists believe was a 'last resort' for Black Death victims.
An empty ship that drifted at sea for over a year washed ashore near a coastal village in Ireland after Storm Dennis brought high winds and widespread flood warnings to the country.
Using your cell phone number, fraudsters can take control of your online identity – wreaking havoc on your social media and bank accounts, emails and text messages.
Archeologists have discovered a 7,000-year-old Neolithic well in eastern Europe, which they believe is the oldest wooden structure in the world.