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Tunnel from Nazi era found in Lithuania: Israel
In a Lithuanian forest, an international research team has pinpointed the location of a legendary tunnel that Jewish prisoners secretly dug out with spoons to try to escape their Nazi captors during World War II, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Wednesday.
Shantytown tours offer different view of Peru
The sights and tastes of Lima's huge shantytowns are not the standard fare of tourists, who are mostly drawn to Peru to see the majestic Incan citadel of Machu Picchu or sample the country's renowned cuisine. Yet for a few travelers, the slums are precisely why they come: to experience the other side of this diverse Andean nation.
Serenity Now: Israel's northern tip offers peaceful hike
A frontier town that juts into a hostile neighboring country and has a long history of militants firing upon it doesn't seem like a typical place to seek serenity. But that's exactly what you will find in Metulla, Israel's most northerly point, which is engulfed by Lebanon on three sides but which is home to a nature reserve.
Remains of mammoth uncovered in Mexico
Mexican experts are carefully digging up fossils of a Pleistocene-era mammoth believed to have been cut to pieces by ancient humans.
Dormant black hole 'awakens' to devour star
Scientists reported Wednesday that they witnessed in unprecedented detail a star being ripped to shreds and devoured by a dormant supermassive black hole.
Desert scope stakes out supermassive black hole throught to be at galaxy center
A desert telescope has focused with unprecedented sharpness on a star circling a supermassive black hole thought to lurk at the center of our Milky Way galaxy, excited astronomers announced on Wednesday.
Warning: Looking at your smartphone while lying in bed at night could wreak havoc on your vision.
Brown bear mothers in a Swedish forest use human "shields" against murderous males, overcoming their own fear to raise defenseless cubs near villages where hunters live, researchers said Wednesday.
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.
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