It suspended its whale hunt last year for a season after the top UN court ruled it should stop.
Recalling the genocide on Armenians perpetrated by the Osmanian Empire a century ago, an orchestra of German, Turkish and Armenian musicians is performing world premieres in Berlin.
Craft beer is having its moment in the U.S., and this kit will get beer enthusiasts started brewing their batches.
Women will have the chance to grow embryos in a silicone implant in their womb rather than in a laboratory test tube when they have fertility treatment.
Source: The Times
Scientists at the University of Bath have discovered adding a spoonful of sugar to water can increase performance.
Source: The Telegraph
A year's worth of rain on Wednesday deluged Doha's Hamad International Airport, the home of Qatar Airways, pouring through at least one part of the roof. The airport cost at least $15 billion to build.
'Angie and I were aiming for a dozen'.
Source: The Telegraph
For the next month, the two commercial galleries are showcasing more than 150 prints by the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Richard Avedon side-by-side for the joint The Photographers exhibition.
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Policy that will affect new fathers and people in same-sex relationships comes after CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced he will take two months leave.
Caitlin Burke hands Elsa-Monet to her mum, Tara Knightley, after unravelling the newborn’s umbilical cord.
Brigitte Vosse was fined $800 by the city for affixing the light-up sign to the window of her 17th floor apartment in the famed Ansonia on Broadway back in 2010.
Selection of some of the best news photographs taken around the world this week.
Over the past millennium, the nobility has responded to frequent wars, danger, and even wildlife by building large, sturdy castles—many of which survive today, and most are open for tourism.
Canadian officials would only confirm that their application was proceeding.
The Russian interior minister had offered to send a German shepherd puppy named Dobrynya to replace Diesel, a seven-year-old Belgian shepherd.
In a shortened trading session following the Thanksgiving holiday, Disney was a drag after saying ESPN subscriptions declined 3 per cent in its last fiscal year.
Intriguingly, their idea also explains why gold and platinum are found in the Earth’s crust, well within diggable reach.
Source: The New York Times
Lewis Hamilton back on top in bid to halt Nico Rosberg's run of poles.
The Mayor's office said on Friday morning that Johnson has given green light to the building project in the east London borough of Newham.
UK supermarket Morrisons says they'll be welcoming "monster" sprouts, which are larger than golf balls.
below the right wing of a commercial jetliner during a flight from Vancouver in Canada to Taipei in Taiwan last year.
The piece will be on view at Aqua Art Fair in Miami through C. Emerson Fine Arts.
Israel's foreign ministry says its office will be part of an international energy organisation based in Abu Dhabi.
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