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Doing good for others, with the help of others
"When we see children spit or speak aggressively, our first reaction is to punish or confront them," explains Therese-Marie Hanot, a teacher at the Pierre Danaux School in Thuin.
 
Christo's 'walk on water' art work rained off
Thousands of people stepped out onto artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff's latest work in northern Italy on Saturday, seizing the chance to "walk on water" until bad weather forced the evacuation of the floating walkway.
 
A crucial second note heard in soundtrack of universe signals wave
Astronomers say they've heard the echoes of two more crashing black holes -- a discovery that hints that the unseen violence of the universe may be pretty common.
 
The Kamasutra, froggy style, revealed by zoologists
The Bombay night frog, scientists revealed Tuesday, favors a mating position previously unknown among the amphibian group's 7,000 species, only the seventh catalogued in what might be called the Kamasutra for frogs.
 
Archaeologist claims he's found ancient Greek kings' throne
A Greek archaeologist believes he has found a fragment of the lost throne of the rulers of Mycenae, famous from ancient myth and the story of the Trojan War.
 
Researchers have found an organic molecule essential to biology in interstellar space for the first time, announced experts Tuesday, a discovery that could help solve a long-time mystery.
 
Historic sites get more visitors due to 'Hamilton' fans
Historic sites connected to Alexander Hamilton are getting a lot more visitors than they used to, thanks to a little Broadway show you might have heard about.
 
Organizers boast — they're full of hot air
In this photo taken on Monday, June 13, hot air balloons fly over a lake during a ballooning festival in Velikiye Luki, Russia.
 
Uruguay's blind 'bird man' can identify 3,000 bird sounds
Born blind, Juan Pablo Culasso has never seen a bird. But through his gifted sense of hearing, he can identify more than 3,000 different bird sounds and differentiate more than 720 species.
 
New Zealand researchers have captured stunning drone footage of endangered whales feeding off the Auckland coast, giving an unprecedented insight into the majestic giants of the sea.
 
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