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ROBOT DESIGNED FOR FASTER, SAFER PIPE CLEANUP AT U.S. COLD WAR-ERA URANIUM PLANT


It works only in straight pipes, so workers still must manually check bends and valves... READ MORE

22nd April, 2018 1

CHINA TO EXPAND ITS ECOLOGICAL 'RED LINES' ACROSS THE COUNTRY


A total of 291 key ecological functional counties on the national list are within the red lines... READ MORE

28th March, 2018 1

THIRD BIGGEST UK COMPANY UNILEVER MOVES ITS HEADQUARTERS FROM LONDON TO ROTTERDAM


Britain's third biggest company Unilever picked Rotterdam over London for its main headquarters on Thursday in a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's government a... READ MORE

20th March, 2018 42

MOUNTAINS OF RUBBISH LEFT BEHIND BY HURRICANES IN US VIRGIN ISLANDS


Said Brooks O. Hubbard IV, an Army Corps spokesman for the Virgin Islands recovery effort... READ MORE

26th February, 2018 6

AUSTRALIA'S FIRST TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PARLIAMENTARIAN VOWS TO 'STAND UP AND FIGHT' IN MAIDEN SPEECH


For Torres Strait Islanders this mat signifies life's journey from womb to tomb, Ms Lui told the chamber... READ MORE

18th February, 2018 0

NEARLY INVISIBLE OIL SPILL POSES THREAT TO RICH ASIAN FISHERIES


It is the largest oil spill in decades, but the disaster has unfolded outside the glare of international attention that big spills have previously attracted... READ MORE

13th February, 2018 47

A NEARLY INVISIBLE OIL SPILL THREATENS SOME OF ASIAS RICHEST FISHERIES


Caused by a fiery collision in the East China Sea, the spill has created an environmental disaster that has tested Chinas ability to lead... READ MORE

12th February, 2018 4924

GROUNDHOG DECIDES THERE WILL BE SIX MORE WEEKS OF WINTER IN BIZARRE US TRADITION


New York's Staten Island Chuck also did not spot his shadow... READ MORE

2nd February, 2018 321

BATTLE OF STALINGRAD YIELDS MORE OF ITS DEAD, 75 YEARS LATER


Maria Tikhanova, 93, joined several other women for a ceremony at Volgograd's history museum... READ MORE

2nd February, 2018 2223

CELEBRATING INDIGENOUS FINALISTS IN THE AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS


It also demonstrates to broader Australia that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make an immense contribution to bettering our nation... READ MORE

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U.S. DEPLOYS CARRIER TO CONTENTIOUS SOUTH CHINA SEA


China has indisputable sovereignty over the South China Sea islands and their adjacent waters, he said... READ MORE

19th February, 2017 34652

SIX DIE IN FLORIDA NURSING HOME AFTER IRMA; MILLIONS STILL WITHOUT POWER


Some 4.3 million homes and businesses, or about 9 million people, were without power at midday Wednesday in Florida and nearby states... READ MORE

12th September, 2017 12808

THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS ARE STRUGGLING TO RECOVER FROM THE STORMS, TOO


Photos Hurricane Irma tears through Caribbean Carmelo Mota, a builder, searches for tools in his destroyed home in Charlotte Amalie, US Virgin Islands, on Monday, September 18... READ MORE

30th September, 2017 11135

DUTERTE ORDERS TROOPS TO OCCUPY SOUTH CHINA SEA REEFS


An impeachment complaint has been filed against Duterte that cites, among other things, his alleged failure to protest China's territorial expansion in the South China Sea... READ MORE

7th April, 2017 8280

THE AMERICAN CITIZENS BATTERED BY HURRICANE MARIA


US Virgin Islands The American citizens battered by hurricane Maria... READ MORE

8th October, 2017 7410

TRUMP TELLS TANGIER ISLAND MAYOR NOT TO WORRY ABOUT SEA-LEVEL RISE


-- President Trump phoned Tangier Island Mayor James Ooker Eskridge Monday after viewing a CNN report about the Virginia island's struggle with rising sea levels... READ MORE

14th June, 2017 5665

20 INSPIRING BLACK WOMEN WHO HAVE CHANGED AUSTRALIA


She is also known for her work in pushing for improving Indigenous Australians rights through constitutional change... READ MORE

8th March, 2016 4410

FORGET KOBE BEEF: THESE ARE THE CULT STEAKS EVERYBODY WANTS RIGHT NOW


Once upon a time, it was enough to impress people with your fancy steaks just by saying Kobe and Wagyu... READ MORE

9th December, 2016 4288

RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS ARE 'BESIEGED' BY POLAR BEARS AT A REMOTE ARCTIC POST


Russian law outlaws killing polar bears, a globally-listed endangered species, so scientists in the Arctic are mostly equipped with flares and guns with rubber bullets... READ MORE

14th September, 2016 4221

'I'LL BE BOYCOTTING TRIPLE J THIS AUS DAY' AND OTHER REACTIONS TO HOTTEST 100 MOVE


A decision by Triple J to move its annual Hottest 100 countdown away from Australia Day announced yesterday has been met with mixed reactions... READ MORE

28th November, 2017 4207

AG BOB FERGUSON INVITES TRUMP TO WASHINGTON STATE FOR A LOOK-SEE, THREATENS TO SUE HIM AGAIN


Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson is playing both good-cop and bad-cop against President Donald Trump's recent executive order to potentially roll back national-monument designations... READ MORE

12th May, 2017 3882

GUNS, POLITICAL TURMOIL AND HUMMINGBIRDS IN THE LIVING ROOM - MY FAREWELL TO LATIN AMERICA


One of the reasons I moved from China to Brazil to become Latin America correspondent in 2012 was to look for a more sustainable development model... READ MORE

10th July, 2017 3619

AIRCRAFT HANGARS INSTALLED ON ARTIFICIAL ISLANDS


South China Sea Aircraft hangars installed on artificial islands... READ MORE

30th March, 2017 2731

ZIKA VIRUS MAY BE LINKED TO SURGE IN RARE SYNDROME IN BRAZIL


The virus, called Zika, made its way to Brazil recently but is spreading rapidly around Latin America and the Caribbean... READ MORE

24th January, 2016 2721

20 INSPIRING BLACK WOMEN WHO HAVE CHANGED AUSTRALIA


During this time she worked on a national campaign to ensure equal rights for Indigenous Australians... READ MORE

7th March, 2015 2580

GREYHOUND FORCES ALBERTA GIRLS OFF BUS AT REMOTE B.C. STOP


While Aubichon was at work, family friend Brent Valkowsky saw the girls off at the Greyhound bus station in downtown Prince George... READ MORE

7th April, 2016 1692

DAM DESTRUCTION MAJOR VICTORY FOR MOHAWK TRIBE


After decades of industrial pollution, the Mohawk nation has succeeded in knocking down the Hogansburg Dam in New York... READ MORE

12th December, 2016 1523

LUSH CARIBBEAN ISLANDS TURN BROWN AFTER HURRICANE IRMA


Before Hurricane Irma hit Florida, it tore through the Caribbean, leaving islands -- once lush and beautiful -- brown and denuded... READ MORE

20th September, 2017 1456

'IT'S GOING TO HIT THE POOREST PEOPLE'


It is real enough, if not widespread according to state health department statistics, 10 Zika cases have been documented in Texas this year and 320 in 2016 and 2015... READ MORE

24th April, 2017 1426

CHINA, PHILIPPINES TO DRAFT PROTOCOL TO AVOID MARITIME 'MISCALCULATIONS'


The Philippines has pressed ahead with 25 million of upgrades to Thitu island... READ MORE

8th November, 2017 1390

A DOG STOOD GUARD OVER HER TRAPPED FRIEND FOR AN ENTIRE WEEK


Tillie and Phoebe were missing for a week on Vashon Island in Washington before volunteers from the Vashon Island Pet Protectors VIPP went to their rescue... READ MORE

18th September, 2015 1333

JAPAN PICTURES LIKELY SHOW MELTED FUKUSHIMA FUEL FOR FIRST TIME


3 reactor pressure vessel at Fukushima, which is likely to contain melted fuel, according to Takahiro Kimoto, an official at the company... READ MORE

22nd July, 2017 1314

21-YEAR-OLD VICTORIA MAN RECOVERING IN VEGAS ICU FOLLOWING DEADLY SHOOTING


He is recovering from major surgery in a Las Vegas intensive care unit... READ MORE

3rd October, 2017 1275

ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER POPULATION GROWING


A total of 150 Australian Indigenous languages were spoken in homes in 2016, reflecting the linguistic diversity of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population... READ MORE

10th July, 2017 1264

WHY IS THE SOUTH CHINA SEA CONTENTIOUS?


Overlapping claims in the South China Sea threaten to turn the region into a flashpoint of global concern... READ MORE

12th July, 2016 1247

JAPAN'S GROWING CONCERN OVER CHINA'S NAVAL MIGHT


But most importantly, the Japanese government sees a direct link between China's behaviour in the South and East China Seas... READ MORE

29th May, 2017 1226

AFTER FLOOD, OTTAWA BRACING FOR 'BUMPER CROP' OF MOSQUITOES


Researchers collect larvae outside of the Kanata North nuisance mosquito control program for comparison... READ MORE

16th May, 2017 1114

WARNING THAT BEIJING'S MILITARY BASES IN SOUTH CHINA SEA ARE READY FOR USE


China has largely completed three major military bases in the South China Sea that have naval, air, radar and missile-defence facilities, according to a US thinktank... READ MORE

28th March, 2017 1103

IRMA FLOODING THREATENS I-75, KEY FLORIDA HIGHWAYS


0 49 FEMA estimates that Hurricane Irma destroyed about one quarter of the homes in the Florida Keys and damaged most of the others... READ MORE

14th September, 2017 1092

A MONUMENT TO JESUS IN THE CITY OF MAO


So he's a great asset to Hunan and Changsha, Mr. Tan said... READ MORE

8th May, 2017 941


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