Migrants break through fence at Guatemala-Mexico border
Guatemalan police looked on silently as thousands of Central American migrants broke through a metal gate at the border with Mexico. The migrants are trying to cross a bridge that crosses Guatemala'...
Malta anti-graft blogger killed in car bomb
Malta's best known investigative journalist,Daphne Caruana Galizia has been killed in a car bomb near her home. The powerful explosive device destroyed her Peugeot 108, throwing debris into a nearby...
Dumeril’s Boa
The Dumeril's boa (Acrantophis dumerili) is a non-venomous snake found on Madagascar Island
Fuego Volcano
Fuego volcano, eruptive activity leading to paroxysm on 21.Nov. 2016.
The Missing Alien Bodies Of Malta | A Cover Up?
1902 an incredible discovery was made in Malta, a discovery which has been covered up for over a century, while digging down to create foundations for a new ...
Mongolian Wrestling Coaches Strip Off Clothing In Protest Of Official's Call
A pair of Mongolian wrestling coaches stripped off their clothing in a protest of a call by officials that cost Mandakhnaran Ganzorig the bronze medal on Sunday afternoon.
U.S. Says Strike Kills 150 Al-Shabab Fighters In Somalia
The United States has carried out an air strike in Somalia, killing more than 150 fighters with the al Qaeda-linked Islamist group al-Shabab, following U.S. intelligence on preparations for a large-sc...
US drone 'kills 150 Somali militants'
More than 150 are killed in a US drone strike on an al-Shabab training camp in Somalia, US officials say.
The Beauty Of Everyday Life For Reindeer People From Mongolia
Reindeer are often associated with Christmas time, flying sleds and fairytales, but the Dukha people from northern Mongolia rely on reindeer to sustain their entire existence.
Jose's interview - URUGUAY
José Mujica, nicknamed Pepe Mujica, was President of Uruguay from 2010 to 2015. A former Tupamaros freedom fighter in the 60s and the 70s, he was detained, l...
Somalia probes 'plane explosion' after emergency landing
An investigation is launched in Somalia after a plane made an emergency landing with a gaping hole in its fuselage in the capital, Mogadishu.
Luxembourg Wants To Mine Asteroids For Minerals With The Help Of Google's Larry Page
Luxemburger Wort, one of the country's newspapers, reported that Etienne Schneider, Luxembourg's deputy prime minister and minister of the economy, said the government would work with one of the world...
Zika Virus Could Be Bigger Global Health Threat Than Ebola, Say Health Experts
The Zika virus outbreak in Latin America could be a bigger threat to global health than the Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,000 people in Africa. That is the stark claim of several senior heal...
Brunei Bans Christmas – And Threatens Muslims Who Celebrate It With Up To Five Years In Prison: Christians Found Organising Celebrations Are Also Warned They Will Be Jailed
Lighting candles, putting up Christmas trees and even Santa hats have been banned in the tiny oil-rich nation of Brunei, for fear that celebrations will affect the faith of its Muslim communities. The...
Pentagon Says Airstrike Killed Terror Leader In Somalia
A Pentagon official says the U.S. killed a senior leader of the al-Shabab extremist group in an airstrike last week in Somalia. A Pentagon official says the U.S. killed a senior leader of the al-Shaba...
Dumeril’s Boa
The Dumeril's boa (Acrantophis dumerili) is a non-venomous snake found on Madagascar Island
Hévíz Spa
Hévíz Spa and the Szent András Hospital, Hévíz (St. Andrew's State Hospital for Rheumatology and Rehabilitation) is a spa in Hungary. It is located in Hévíz, on the shores of the lake of the same na...
Hévíz Spa - Wikipedia
Health in South Sudan
South Sudan is acknowledged to have some of the worst health indicators in the world.
The under-five infant mortality rate is 135.3 per 1,000, whilst maternal mortality is the highest in the world...
Mongolian Wrestling Coaches Strip Off Clothing In Protest Of Official's Call
A pair of Mongolian wrestling coaches stripped off their clothing in a protest of a call by officials that cost Mandakhnaran Ganzorig the bronze medal on Sunday afternoon.
Health in Algeria
Healthcare in Algeria, according to information from a March 6, 2006 United States report, does not compare well with the developed world. Algeria has inadequate numbers of physicians (one per 1,000 p...
U.S. Says Strike Kills 150 Al-Shabab Fighters In Somalia
The United States has carried out an air strike in Somalia, killing more than 150 fighters with the al Qaeda-linked Islamist group al-Shabab, following U.S. intelligence on preparations for a large-sc...
Luxembourg Wants To Mine Asteroids For Minerals With The Help Of Google's Larry Page
Luxemburger Wort, one of the country's newspapers, reported that Etienne Schneider, Luxembourg's deputy prime minister and minister of the economy, said the government would work with one of the world...
Zika Virus Could Be Bigger Global Health Threat Than Ebola, Say Health Experts
The Zika virus outbreak in Latin America could be a bigger threat to global health than the Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,000 people in Africa. That is the stark claim of several senior heal...
Brunei Bans Christmas – And Threatens Muslims Who Celebrate It With Up To Five Years In Prison: Christians Found Organising Celebrations Are Also Warned They Will Be Jailed
Lighting candles, putting up Christmas trees and even Santa hats have been banned in the tiny oil-rich nation of Brunei, for fear that celebrations will affect the faith of its Muslim communities. The...
HIV/AIDS in Benin
The number of adults and children living with HIV/AIDS in Benin in 2003 was estimated by the Joint United Nations Programme for HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) to range between 38,000 and 120,000, with nearly equal...
Ancient Salvadoran Village Buried By Ash Freezes Daily Life In Time
A continuing look at a Maya village in El Salvador frozen in time by a blanket of volcanic ash 1,400 years ago shows the farming families who lived there went about their daily lives with virtually no...