Archaeologists are hoping the mummification workshop will provide fresh insight into the chemical make-up of the oils used by ancient Egyptians to mummify their dead.
The company was sued by more than 9,000 women who claimed asbestos in the talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer.
Love it or hate it, your voice contains a ton of information about you. With voice assistants getting smarter day by day, we are looking at a future where we would be easy prey for manipulative marketing.
The focus is now on the eight remaining members of the football team and their coach, whom divers hope to bring out after rescuing four boys on Sunday.
Israeli forces bombed and killed Bissam Dhaher's parents in 2014, and this year, her friend Yasser Murtaja was shot dead by Israeli snipers. We focus on the cycle of violence in Gaza Strip and the loss that remains a constant reality for survivors.
The city of Sheffield in the north of England has a new Lord Mayor. He's just 29 and was a child refugee from Somalia. Elected by his fellow councilors a few weeks ago, Magid Magid is determined to put fresh energy into the city.
Ministers from Africa, Europe, Latin America, and Asia will participate in the health summit in October that aims to increase awareness regarding organ transplant issues.
Six Vietnamese nationals were arrested for suspected poaching after being found with skins of the critically endangered Malayan tiger which is also the country's official animal.
Young Egypt entrepreneur Alaa Kamal says his portal Bekia, where waste is traded for commodities and foodstuff, can help end the country's waste woes.
Experts say sanctions and a dismal economy have resulted in lack of development in the pariah country which in turn may have unintentionally helped with habitat conservation.
At least 20 people have been killed in several states by mobs in attacks the government says are tied to inflammatory messages circulated on WhatsApp. The social media giant says it is "horrified" and has promised to take action.
More than 50 researchers in seven countries uncovered 26,558 koala genes in mapping the much loved marsupial's DNA. They say it could help fight threats to the Australian icon, including from a chlamydia epidemic.
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