A massive fireball soared through the sky over Argentina, triggering a wave of social media posts. The mesmerizing show, which lasted just a few seconds, colored the sky green.
A suspected “price tag” arson attack by Jewish extremists killed an 18-month-old Palestinian child in a house in the occupied West Bank and injured several other people, according to Israeli police.
A German media watchdog has no objections to a local channel airing a show from RT Deutsch, as it said an investigation it had conducted into the channel concluded that the program did not violate the law.
Talks between Russia and France concerning the future of the Mistral contract have ended. The contract will be terminated in the near future, a top Russian official has stated.
US engineers dropped a Cessna 172 airplane from a tall crane to test its emergency beacons, which are meant to activate within 50 seconds of a crash, but frequently fail.
Toyota has unveiled a new support droid that is moving like the iconic R2-D2 in the Star Wars movies.
An aurora has been spotted for the first time outside our solar system, about 18 light years away on a brown dwarf.
At least four people have been stabbed at an LGBT pride parade in Jerusalem, local media reported, citing Israeli police.
The international Cassini spacecraft has gotten some awesome footage of Tethys – one of the mysterious ice moons of Saturn.
The supreme council of the Afghan Taliban reportedly elected Akhtar Mohammad Mansour as its new leader.
The male leopard, called Simbad, arrived into the city’s sanctuary from the Parc des Felins zoological park on Wednesday to participate in breeding and reintroduction program for Persian Leopard in Russia.
Israeli forces committed “disproportionate” and “indiscriminate” attacks that killed “scores of civilians” in the city of Rafah, Gaza, Amnesty International said in a report which was immediately slammed as “fundamentally flawed” by Israel.
The family of a 102-year-old resident of a village near the crippled Fukushima power plant, who committed suicide due to depression over leaving his home, has sued TEPCO, saying the operator should “know the pains that we as his family have to suffer.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The Israeli parliament has passed a bill that allows the force-feeding of Palestinian prisoners who resort to hunger strikes to protest their administrative detention without charge.
Scientists at the Osaka University have shot the world’s most powerful laser beam, they claim. The pulse measured 2 petawatts delivered over 1 picosecond.
The US has lashed out at Israel’s decision to allow “illegitimate” new settlements in the occupied West Bank.
A two-meter long piece of debris washed up on La Reunion Island off the southeastern African coast, fueling speculation that it could be a part of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which vanished after taking off from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014.
Workers from the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital released a mother koala and her male cub back into the wild.
Russia has vetoed a draft of a UN Security Council resolution calling for an international tribunal on the crash of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight over Eastern Ukraine last July and classifying the plane’s downing as a threat to peace and security.
An enigmatic and gigantic translucent sphere floating near the Turkey’s coast recently found by a group of divers, baffling the experts around the world.