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New biomarker detects & treats cancer tumors at same time


Scientists at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University have created a new biological marker for cancer patients that lights up tumor cells and treats disease with drugs at the same time.

Iranian scientists produce crocin from saffron


Iran produces crocin from saffron Iranian scientists have developed a novel method that could provide extraction of crocin from saffron for the first time.

NYC Woman on Ebola Watchlist Dies Bleeding From Mouth, Authorities Say “Heart Attack”


FDNY activated the Special Operations and Hazmat units after the woman, who had recently traveled from Guinea, dropped dead in Brooklyn on Tuesday, raising the alert of a suspected new Ebola case.

Spain to sue Catalan leader, officials over independence vote


Artur Mas, the president of Catalonia is seen casting his ballot to vote in a symbolic referendum in Barcelona on Catalonia’s independence from Spain, November 9, 2014.

Students detained in Thailand for ‘Hunger Games’ salute at PM


“Who else wants to protest?” PM Prayuth said after 5 students were arrested for showing Hunger Games salute.

Industrial pollution turning Canadian lakes into jelly


The Canadian lakes are slowly but steadily turning into jelly since the industrial pollution has given jelly-clad organisms an edge over their calcium-protected competitors, researchers say, warning about potential impact on drinking water systems.

ESA releases high resolution photos of Philae’s bumpy landing


This mosaic is made of pictures taken by OSIRIS, a camera on the Rosetta spacecraft, during a 30-minute period spanning Philae’s touchdown.

New Artificial Intelligence Software Capable of ‘Near Human-Level’ Image-Recognition


Stanford software analyzing individual items Scientists with Stanford University and Google have developed two new artificially intelligent software programs capable of describing images with near human-level accuracy.

Research shows Anti-Cancer and Heart Disease effects of Walnuts


Scientists have discovered that eating walnuts every day could reduce the chances of prostate cancer.

Mysterious Russian satellite sparks orbital weapon speculations


A mysterious Russian satellite orbiting Earth has global media in a bit of a spin after the object, thought to be space debris, conducted suspicious manoeuvres in space sparking rumors of little less than a revival of old Soviet satellite-killer program.

Obama to announce immigration action defying GOP impeachment threat


US President Barack Obama will announce an executive order on immigration reform Thursday, according to the White House.

At least 7 people killed in massive US snowstorm


About half of the US had snow on the ground Tuesday, with temperatures falling to freezing in all 50 states.

10 Year Old Suspended From School For Pointing Imaginary Ray Gun


In a now all too familiar scenario, a 5th grader has been suspended in Massachusetts after pointing an imaginary gun and saying “pow”.

Russia slams expansion of NATO as reckless mistake


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó arrive to take part at a meeting in Moscow on November 19, 2014.

London student protests turn violent, arrests made


Police and protesters have clashed during the UK’s largest student demonstration for four years. It is not yet clear how many arrests have been made.

US wants to subdue Russia, but no one did or ever will – Putin


President of Russia Vladimir Putin ​The US has no plans to humiliate Russia, but instead wants to subdue it, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, adding that no one had ever succeeded in doing so, and never will.

Massive anti-corruption rally held in Budapest


Demonstrators gather on the Kossuth Square in front of the Hungarian Parliament building during an anti-government demonstration, called Day of Public Outcry in Budapest, Hungary, November.

Russia to build its own space station


During the coming years, Russia may begin deploying its own high-latitude space station, Kommersant newspaper wrote with reference to a source close to the administration of the Central Research Institute of Machine Engineering.

Sierra Leone national and resident of US dies of Ebola


A doctor being treated for the deadly Ebola virus disease has died at the Nebraska Medical Center in the US state of Nebraska.

3 US & 1 UK rabbis killed, 8 injured in attack at Jerusalem synagogue


Four people have been killed and at least 8 wounded when two assailants attacked worshipers with knives, axes and a pistol in a synagogue in North Jerusalem in the morning.


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