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Turkic woman's burial site 'dates back to 10th century'
Archeologists of the Khovd University have found a Turkic woman's burial site from Uzuur Gylan, Khovd aimag (the Western province of Mongolia) in April 2016, and the discovery was later named as the Uzuur Gylan findings.
 
One of last USS Arizona attack survivors dies
The memories of bombs falling on the battleship USS Arizona were too painful for Raymond Haerry to ever return to Pearl Harbor, while he lived.
 
The nation's oldest park ranger on Friday was awarded a Congressional Record statement at the museum and national historic park where she works.
 
Apes seem able to guess what others are thinking: study
A new study finds that great apes show some key abilities to see the world from someone else's point of view -- a trait that once was considered uniquely human.
 
Forgotten fossils shed light on Brazil's largest dinosaur: scientists
Brazilian scientists on Wednesday announced the discovery of what they say is the largest dinosaur ever found in South America's biggest country.
 
Ancient DNA has revealed the first inhabitants of Vanuatu and Tonga came from Asia, not other Oceanic populations as has long been assumed, a study published Tuesday found.
 
Long-lost Inca altar found beside Peru river
Workers doing cleanup along a river in southern Peru stumbled upon part of a pre-Hispanic, Inca-era altar believed to have been long-lost, the Culture Ministry said Wednesday.
 
Israeli archeologists have discovered a stone toilet while excavating a Jewish shrine at an ancient city gate, they said Wednesday, in evidence a biblical king tried to stamp out worship there.
 
Japanese archaeologists said Wednesday they have for the first time unearthed ancient Roman coins at the ruins of an old castle.
 
Human DNA points to a single exodus from Africa
The genetic ancestry of people living outside Africa can be traced almost completely to a single exodus of humans from that continent long ago, new studies suggest.
 
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