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A Syrian-German archeological expedition announced Thursday it unearthed archeological items in Katana Kingdom ruins at Tel el-Mesherfeh archeological site in Homs, 162 kilometers to the north of Damascus, the Syrian official SANA news agency reported.

The discovery of a rare magnetic star or magnetar is challenging theories about the origin of black holes.

A British anthropologist is setting out on a year-long stay with a small community in Greenland in an ambitious attempt to document its dying language and traditions.

People might wonder during the month of August, when they are on vacation in the country where skies are dark, the well-known meteor shower, known as the Perseid meteor shower, showcase in the sky.

A piece of ice four times the size of Manhattan island has broken away from an ice shelf in Greenland, according to scientists in the U.S.

Ten miles off the coast of Louisiana, where the air tastes like gasoline and the ocean looks like brownie batter, Louisiana State University professor Ed Overton leans out of a fishing boat and dunks a small jar beneath the surface of the oil-covered water.

Climate change will trigger a dramatic and sudden decline in the number of polar bears, a new study has concluded.

The US space shuttle Atlantis is about to undertake what is expected to be its final mission before retirement.

08 March 2010 06:10 am
A team of scientists has agreed that a giant asteroid killed off dinosaurs and a majority of other species on Earth more than 65 million years ago.

17 February 2010 05:24 am
King Tutankhamen, the teen-aged pharaoh whose Egyptian tomb yielded dazzling treasures, limped around on tender bones and a club foot and probably died from malaria, researchers said on Tuesday.

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