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October, 27, 2016

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Delivering light in dark jungles
Nuevo Saposoa is a small and very modest indigenous community in the heart of the Peruvian jungle, where the rhythm of daily life is governed by nature. The village is only accessible by a 5-hour boat ride along the Ucayali River from the town of Pucallpa (in the Ucayali region, in the extreme east of Peru).
Britons commemorate 950th Battle of Hastings anniversary
Thousands of history buffs, many in full costume, marked the 950th anniversary of the 1066 Battle of Hastings with a dramatic reenactment Saturday that commemorated one of the most important events in British history.
Space station launches return to Virginia
Two years after a launch explosion, the space company Orbital ATK is returning to Virginia to send a load of supplies to the International Space Station.
Nearly 200 nations have reached a deal to limit the use of greenhouse gases far more powerful than carbon dioxide in a major effort to fight climate change.
Experts say cutting hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, is the fastest way to reduce global warming. The United States, the world's second-worst polluter, is among the countries that want to quickly phase out the use of HFCs, and now it is bound to take the earliest action, starting by 2019. Here's a look at what it all means.
Experiment starts to find  weight of 'ghost particles'
Scientists in Germany have flipped the switch on a 60 million euro (US$66 million) machine designed to help determine the mass of the universe's lightest particle.
Orphan sea lions freed
A group of young orphaned sea lions are let out of pet carriers before release into their natural habitat, in the coastal waters of the Palomino Islands, Peru, Friday, Oct. 14.
Bear with him: Man grabs attention for hugging big bears
Bear hugs are nothing. Jim Kowalczik hugs bears.
Public gets rare glimpse of Shakespeare early editions
The public is getting a rare peek at first and early editions of some of William Shakespeare's most beloved plays.
Brazil opens Latin America's 1st elephant refuge
Maia grunts and nervously moves her huge body back and forth while being released from a transport container to a new home. Here, there are no gawking crowds for the Asian elephant that has spent her life in captivity. There are no blows from bull hooks, no one demanding tricks like people did when she was in the circus.
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