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Dusty journal detailing Napoleonic wars found
A handwritten journal has been found in the depths of a small Australian bookshop detailing what experts believe are battle plans from the Napoleonic wars.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Israeli cowboys live frontier life on Syria's doorstep
With his wide-brimmed hat, Wrangler jeans and ornate belt buckle, Yehiel Alon could easily pass for one of the Montana ranchers he once worked with. But the 53-year-old is an Israeli cowboy on the Golan Heights bordering war-torn Syria, where frontier life takes on a whole new meaning.
 
China stick insect declared world's longest bug
A bug over half a meter long discovered in southern China has been declared the world's longest insect, state media said Thursday.
 
In Jordan's spring desert bloom, hints of history
For a brief time, Jordan's eastern desert blooms. The dozens of mesas commanding the bleak horizons are now skirted with vegetation.
 
Footprint of 230 million-year-old dinosaur found in northern Spain
Spain says a footprint of a dinosaur that roamed the area 230 million years ago has been found in northeastern Catalonia, and says it's the best preserved dinosaur print seen so far in the Iberian Peninsula.
 
An international team of scientists said Monday they had discovered a trio of Earth-like planets that are the best bet so far for finding life outside our solar system.
 
Researchers said they believe they have located the wreckage of the Endeavour, a ship sailed by the famous British explorer James Cook, which was sunk off the United States during the Revolutionary War.
 
Construction workers have found 600 kilograms (1,300 pounds) of ancient Roman coins while carrying out routine work on water pipes in southern Spain, local officials said Thursday.
 
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