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14 hrs ago | The Free Dictionary
Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
Could you survive the end of civilization?
18 hrs ago | Circulation
From the Departments of Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery , Heart Center Leipzig, Leipzig University, Germany; Department of Cardiology, University Hospital ZA1 4rich, Switzerland ; Department of Functional Genomics, Interfaculty Institute for Genetics and Functional Genomics, University Medicine Greifswald, Germany ; DZHK , Greifswald, Germany ; and ... (more)
23 hrs ago | Voice of America
The Sima de los Huesos hominins lived approximately 400,000 years ago during the Middle Pleistocene.
So far, the achievement has provided more questions than answers about our ancient forerunners.
Scientists have reached farther back than ever into the ancestry of humans to recover and analyze DNA, using a bone found in Spain that's estimated to be 400,000 years old.
DEEP inside the Atapuerca cave system in northern Spain, 30 metres beneath the surface, lies the Sima de los Huesos , or the "pit of bones".
This impressive new subway station in Leipzig, Germany includes a 141-meter-long and 20-meter-wide concourse made from illuminated glass blocks.
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Of all the wars in history, World War 11 stands out as the most universal and most destructive war ever waged by human beings and one of the few that almost certainly was necessary to prevent the establishment of a totally tyrannical empire.
A male koala, Iraga, in his enclosure at the zoo in Dresden, Germany, on November 22. Photograph by Sebastian Kahnert, AP Now scientists have discovered the secret behind the Australian animal's unusually deep voice: a special sound-producing organ not found in any other land mammal.
NOVEMBER 29: Staff of the Dresden public prosecution and the Dresden Police Department , right, speak to the media about a recent murder case in which police believe the suspect is a cannibal and ate a portion of his victim on November 29, 2013 in Dresden, Germany.
The Fort Wayne Police Department's longstanding partnership with a counterpart in Germany is viewed as a model for how interactions such as those can work -- and, as a result, one of its officers is heading to South America to speak about the topic at a United Nations-sponsored conference.
I first told you about them in July 2008, 70 years after their marriage. Forced out of their Ukraine home by the Soviets in 1941 and separated by the horrors of World War II, their story is one of survival, miracles and, above all, love.