- MSN News2 days ago
Brazilian President Michel Temer has cancelled an upcoming tour of south-east Asia in January as he recovers from surgery, his office announced Thursday.
- National Geographic2 days ago
The United Kingdom and the European Union begin a new round of talks Thursday on the nation’s exit from the alliance. Many hurdles remain before Brexit’s final implementation, and few are more ...
- MSN News3 days ago
HMNZS Endeavour, which carries supplies and refuels other ships at sea, is being decommissioned and its replacement won't be in service until 2020.
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Ancient Fishing Hooks Found at Burial Site Could Rewrite Our Understanding of Pleistocene Gender RolesNewsweek via Yahoo News6 days ago
The discovery of the world’s oldest known fishing hooks to be placed in a burial mound may end up rewriting the history of gender roles in Pleistocene-era Indonesia. The hooks—five of them—were ...
- MSN News3 days ago
Researchers from The Australian National University just found a whole bunch of ancient cave paintings on a tiny 81 square kilometre Indonesian Island, previously unexplored by archaeologists.
- LiveScience.com via Yahoo News6 days ago
Now, researchers poring through palace diaries and other historical documents from East Asia have rediscovered the bizarre phenomenon, and have proposed a likely cause: A giant magnetic ...
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The traditional approach to managing business growth is to add more staff, vehicles and warehouses. Mobile resource management (MRM) solutions can help fleets and the people who manage them ...
- LiveScience3 days ago
Deep in a cave on the Indonesian island of Alor lies the roughly 11,500-year-old remains of a high-status woman buried with fishhooks crafted out of seashells. The finds represent the oldest ...