Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Tuesday, February 25, 2020

World

Domestic Violence: Four things everyone should stop doing to prevent it

Last week, the world lost Dr. Amie Harwick. While the media focused on her once being engaged to Drew Carey, she was...

February 22: The day when the sun falls vertically on the face of King Ramses II

Ramses II Temple in Abu Simbel is one of the most important rock temples in the world. King Ramses II built it...

Ukraine citizens demand a fast transition to renewable energy by 2050

Ukraine's climate activists clamor for the speedy transition to carbon-neutral sources of energy. Activists assembled in front of the Ministry of the...

The Colorado River, provider of water to 40 million, is drying up rapidly

Researchers have reported how the Colorado River is being reshaped by climate change, and recent studies have shown that it is so...

Coronavirus cases in Chinese prisons growing rapidly, officers dismissed

Four prisons have reported a total of more than 500 coronavirus cases, with two from the epicenter of the outbreak in the...

The coral reefs of planet Earth could be extinct by the end of this century

According to researchers, climate change could destroy almost all coral reef ecosystems around the world by 2100. The increase in water temperature...

Two passengers dead from quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship

Two passengers who were in their 80s who had contracted the novel coronavirus were on board the cruise ship Diamond Princess. They...

Americans voluntarily self-quarantine themselves over coronavirus fears

The tremendous fear of the recent COVID-19 or novel coronavirus seems to be on the rise as several American travelers are voluntarily...

Cambodia allows cruise ship passengers to disembark after being rejected by several countries

For the 1,455 passengers and 802 crew members aboard the MS Westerdam cruise ship, it has been a grueling two weeks. What...

Evidence that the ancient Egyptians were passionate lovers

Did you know that the ancient Egyptians were the owners of great feelings, high affection, and a gentle heart? Some people may...

The death penalty: Oklahoma to resume 3 drug lethal drug execution

With the last execution conducted back in January 2015, Oklahoma has announced it will resume the death penalty (executions) by lethal injections...

Ancient Egyptians played a game similar to chess called “Senet”

Ancient Egyptian legends say that Nut and Geb wanted to link together in a marital relationship, but Ra rejected this association. The...

Ancient temple found near Jerusalem denied the king’s rule

Solomon's temple at the southern part of today's Israel was known as the one temple for worship dating, from 10th century...

World’s largest fireworks at winter festival in Colorado

The winter festival was celebrated in style by breaking a world record for the largest fireworks that lit up the skies. The...

Umatilla river floods: Pendleton scuffles due to disaster, highways closed

The city of Pendleton in Oregon has been facing extensive flooding in recent days. An emergency evacuation has been issued to the...

Plane crash leaves 183 passengers with injuries in Istanbul, Turkey

183 passages have escaped death after a plane skidded off the runway, tearing apart at Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport (Turkey). Istanbul Governor...

Trade war between China and the U.S. concluded as tariffs are halved

A battle that started a year ago between China and the U.S. on each other’s goods has been concluded with some trade...

Rain brings relief to New South Wales, calming the Australia fires

According to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service, heavy rainfalls have brought great relief regarding the Australia fires by stopping almost...

The US deploys new, less destructive warheads for missile-launching submarines

The Pentagon, America's defense headquarters, announced that less calamitous nuclear weapons are added to the US armory. This call has been made...

Climate change activists test the East Antarctica waters to raise awareness

With temperatures as low as 0 degrees Celsius and likely to cause insomnia, Lewis Pugh was the first person to ever swim...