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Ministers debate fate of ancient church unearthed at Gaza site
Archaeologists have called for the preservation of an ancient church unearthed on a Gaza construction site, with different ministries in the Hamas-run Palestinian enclave seemingly at loggerheads over its fate.
 
Stone Age humans populated the Scottish islands with red deer transported "considerable distances" by boat, said researchers Wednesday who admitted surprise at our prehistoric ancestors' seafaring prowess.
 
Egypt invites experts to look at King Tut secret chamber data
Egypt on Friday invited archaeologists and experts from around the world to examine new data from new, extensive radar scanning conducted on King Tutankhamun's tomb to explore a theory that secret chambers could be hidden behind its walls.
 
Kinmen serenades drivers with nation's  first 'musical road,' playing 'Olive Tree'
Drivers headed to the site of a famous Cold War battle in outlying Kinmen County can now enjoy some free entertainment courtesy of the road they're on -- a line from the household song the "Olive Tree." (橄欖樹)
 
Indonesia 'hobbit' fossils older than first thought: study
It was a spectacular discovery: Fossil remains in an Indonesian cave revealed a recent relative of modern humans that stood about 91 centimeters (3 feet tall). The creatures were quickly nicknamed "hobbits."
 
Not knowing if a decision will provoke pain is more stressful than correctly anticipating the outcome, even when that outcome hurts like hell, according to a study released Tuesday.
 
A long-extinct animal known as the Siberian unicorn -- which was actually a long-horned rhinoceros -- may have walked the Earth 29,000 years ago, at the same time as prehistoric humans, researchers say.
 
Project confirms NY fort's old guns came from Florida wreck
Research has determined nine historic cannons displayed for the past 60 years at a recreated French and Indian War fort in upstate New York were originally aboard a British warship that sank in the Florida Keys in the 18th century, according to an underwater archaeologist who led the project.
 
Telltale patches of water ice on opposite sides of the Moon reveal that Earth's orbiting companion once spun on a different axis, according to a study released Wednesday.
 
A U.S. Navy ship that went missing 95 years ago with 56 aboard has been found off San Francisco, ending one of the biggest mysteries in U.S. naval history, authorities said Wednesday.
 
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