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May, 31, 2016

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Elon Musk's vision of a Hyperloop transport system that carries passengers in pressurized tubes at near-supersonic speeds is on track to hit a milestone on Tuesday.
 
Google began Monday shining a spotlight on local reporting mixed in with the deluge of stories at its free online news aggregation website.
 
Egyptologists differ on King Tut tomb 'hidden chambers'
Egyptian Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani said on Sunday new technology is needed to determine whether Tutankhamun's tomb contains hidden chambers which a British archaeologist believes may hide Queen Nefertiti's remains.
 
Sacred bulls predict rainfall for drought-stricken Thailand
Thailand's drought-stricken farmers got a rare bit of good news Monday, when a pair of sacred bulls predicted that the heavens would finally open during the upcoming rainy season.
 
View from space
This photograph, released on May 8, taken from the International Space Station by U.S. astronaut Tim Kopra shows Taipei City, Taiwan.
 
Facebook's No. 2 executive Sheryl Sandberg says she never realized how hard it is to be a single parent until her husband died a year ago.
 
Indian coral tree shows first flowers in 10 years
A 100-year-old Indian coral tree in Taitung, believed to be the only one of its kind left in the Southeastern Taiwan county, has bloomed bright red flowers for the first time in a decade.
 
Deer-ly departed
This photo shows an unlucky deer being lifted onto a truck. At the 74.5-kilometer point on the National Highway's North-Bound Lane, the Formosan sika deer ran into highway traffic and was killed by a vehicle Sunday, May 8.
 
The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) on Sunday advised people around Taiwan to avoid outdoor activities as the levels of ultraviolet (UV) radiation were extremely high.
 
Leopards have lost 75 percent of their historic range across Africa, Asia and the Middle East, with three Asian subspecies in danger of eradication, a new study says.
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