A psychic elephant, a baby polar bear and a Derbyshire pig make predictions about the football teams clashing in semis and winner of the tournament.
The scientist and author of "A Brief History of Time," died in March aged 76 and his ashes were interred between major British scientific figures Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin in London's Westminster Abbey.
Muslims took part in morning prayers on Friday for Eid al Fitr, the three-day festival marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
A growing real estate market and the speculative buying of land are taking their toll on southern Brazil's prehistoric shell mounds.
At the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, hardware developers are delivering new controllers to help immerse gamers and enhance their virtual reality experience.
The United Nations’ environment agency says plastic pollution has been detected from the Arctic to Antarctica and in remote places, including the Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the world’s oceans in the Pacific.
Family Kitchen's initiative this year provides meals eaten by Muslims after sunset during the holy month of Ramadan – to 500 families in the impoverished refugee camp on the outskirts of Amman.
Ice covers almost all of Antarctica. In some places, it's four kilometres thick. But that's changing as temperatures climb, and it could have drastic consequences for the planet as a whole.
Rupert Stadler along with another suspect are being investigated for suspected fraud, false advertising and their alleged role in helping to bring cars equipped with illegal software on to the European market according to Munich prosecutors.
Sarajevo is a city sitting proudly at the crossroads of east and west where it grabbed the world's attention for a deadly war in the 1990s. Nevertheless, it has moved on and preserved its diverse spirit.
Milk infused sheets of dough topped off with nuts and sour cherries, the Ottoman sweet Gullac signals the arrival of Ramadan and it's steeped in history.
Enhanced human intelligence. We've chased it for centuries. Now that it's possible, one very important question arises: at what cost?
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