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Tutankhamun died of illness, not from chariot racing


Scientists believe Egyptian King Tutankhamun died of illness, rather than from a chariot crash, as was long believed.

#OnTheRoofs: Russian daredevils climb world’s tallest skyscrapers, bridges (PHOTOS, VIDEO)


Climbing the tallest bridges and skyscrapers are tasks not for the faint of heart. But Russian daredevils addicted to extreme urban climbing have done just that, scaling most surfaces without safety equipment.

Five injured after industrial explosion in Ontario


'Multiple people' have been injured after a massive industrial explosion in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The explosion occurred at Veolia ES Canada Industrial Services that offers industrial cleaning and maintenance services.

Five injured after industrial explosion in Ontario


'Multiple people' have been injured after a massive industrial explosion in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The explosion occurred at Veolia ES Canada Industrial Services that offers industrial cleaning and maintenance services.

Five injured after huge industrial explosion in Ontario


'Multiple people' have been injured after a massive industrial explosion in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The explosion reportedly occurred at Veolia ES Canada Industrial Services that offers industrial cleaning and maintenance services.

Long-lost original of Caravaggio’s iconic Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy ‘found’


A prominent art historian has claimed she solved the mystery of the long-lost painting of the revolutionary Italian baroque painter Caravaggio’s ‘Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy’ by identifying the previously unknown original, La Repubblica reported.

Long-lost original of Caravaggio’s iconic Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy ‘found’


A prominent art historian has claimed she solved the mystery of the long-lost painting of the revolutionary Italian baroque painter Caravaggio’s ‘Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy’ by identifying the previously unknown original, La Repubblica reported.

Skeleton in the closet: Romanian headmaster still in class after death (VIDEO)


An elementary school in Romania has been told that it can keep using the skeleton of its former headmaster by health officials.

Skeleton in the closet: Romanian headmaster still in class after death (VIDEO)


An elementary school in Romania has been told that it can keep using the skeleton of its former headmaster by health officials.

Rare footage captures Ebola discovery in 1976 (VIDEO)


As the largest recorded Ebola epidemic in West Africa has infected over 10,000 people, a Belgian newspaper publishes rare footage from 1976 when the deadly virus was first identified in Congo, or in Zaire as it was then known.

Rare footage captures Ebola discovery in 1976 (VIDEO)


As the largest recorded Ebola epidemic in West Africa has infected over 10,000 people, a Belgian newspaper publishes rare footage from 1976 when the deadly virus was first identified in Congo, or in Zaire as it was then known.

Germany could be home to 7,000 Muslim extremists by Christmas


German authorities fear there could be as many as 7,000 Muslim extremists in the country by the end of the year.

Germany could be home to 7,000 Muslim extremists by Christmas


German authorities fear there could be as many as 7,000 Muslim extremists in the country by the end of the year.

​Insulated undies: Radiation-proof, sperm-friendly boxers launched


While harm from cell-phone rays has so far been lacking sufficient scientific proof, a US firm wants men to take no chances with radiation - at least when it comes to the most precious of male body parts.

​Insulated undies: Radiation-proof, sperm-friendly boxers launched


While harm from cell-phone rays has so far been lacking sufficient scientific proof, a US firm wants men to take no chances with radiation - at least when it comes to the most precious of male body parts.

‘Facebook a gift to intelligence agencies’ - Laura Poitras


Investigative journalist Laura Poitras says she is worried about intelligence agencies using the all-too-easily-accessible data gathered from social networks - as people share their personal information voluntarily and governments only need to ask.

‘Facebook a gift to intelligence agencies’ - Laura Poitras


Investigative journalist Laura Poitras says she is worried about intelligence agencies using the all-too-easily-accessible data gathered from social networks - as people share their personal information voluntarily and governments only need to ask.

Venezuela to revise relations with Spain


Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered a review of all relations with Spain citing its Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s support for opposition and criticism of the country’s judicial system.

Venezuela to revise relations with Spain


Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered a review of all relations with Spain citing its Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s support for opposition and criticism of the country’s judicial system.

Hundreds of thousands rally in Rome in protest over ‘anti-job’ reforms (PHOTOS)


Protesters from all over Italy have packed the streets of Rome to express their anger at labor market reforms, one of the main building blocks of the government of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s policy.


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