Please McDonald’s (and every other fast-food joint): Take-away dinners will taste just the same using recyclable containers and our environmental impact will be significantly reduced.
Astronomers using cutting-edge skywatching devices have identified an extremely fast-growing black hole, cataloging it as a ‘monster’ that eats the mass equivalent of our sun every two days.
A recent discovery has added evidence that Planet Nine - orbiting in the Oort Cloud far beyond Pluto - exists.
As the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea (DPRK) pledges to reestablish ties with South Korea, the southern nation’s hottest property market has now become the heavily-fortified Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) border region.
Citing the necessity of fending off tax cheats, drug-money laundering and terrorism, Canberra will outlaw the use of cash for any transaction above $10,000, sparking new fears of increased surveillance and control in a “digital society.”
Scientists believe they have now figured out why that strangely slanting marble tower in Pisa has still not fallen to the ground.
The world-famous fortress abbey Mont-Saint-Michel, which used to fight invaders from across the Channel, now has to tackle another type of unwelcomed prowler as dozens of cats flood the island. Fearing diseases, the locals, armed with a petition, have demanded that the authorities address the problem.
A local in Finland has come across a pond with a familiar silhouette, sharing his discovery on social media. Trump’s natural water doppelganger is called Vimpelinlampi.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The Immortal Regiment march, marking the 73rd anniversary of the end of the World War II, was held in Washington on Saturday.
NEW YORK (Sputnik) - The Immortal Regiment Commemorative marches, marking the 73th anniversary of the end of the World War II, began in the United States.
According to Swiss health officials, inadequate food hygiene results in 10,000 cases of food poisoning every year.
Unhealthy interest in other people’s private parts can get you into trouble, which is exactly what happened to a nosy defense attaché.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The Russian war drama film "Sobibor" about the 1943 uprising at the Nazi death camp in Poland premiered at the Russian embassy in Washington, DC.
The man who discovered the gold will get to keep $330K if nobody claims it within the next six months – but on one condition.
At first feared to be extinct, a clan of healthy Tasmanian devils, has been discovered alive and well in a remote part of southwest Tasmania, the large island just south of Australia.
Too posh for Tinder or do you just want to only mingle with people who went to private school? Well, the latest dating website launched in Britain could be the one.
After the German central bank withdrew half of its gold reserve from abroad under growing public pressure last year, it decided to let regular citizens have a sneak peek, putting several bars of its 117-billion-euro stash of the precious metal on display.
Inspired and infuriated by the recent UK-Russia diplomatic row, a farmer from Russia presented oil branded “Novichok.” The limited batch was meant for his friends, but the man is eager to let the Brits taste his savour treat, which he advertises as organic.
Nanu Shaova, a supercentenarian resident of the Kabardino-Balkar Republic in the Russian Caucasus, has lived through the rule of two Russian emperors, six Soviet general secretaries, and three Russian presidents. She has eight children, 19 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren to show for it.
A German start-up has produced a new kind of protein-packed burger patty, providing a new experience to local foodies. Insect-burgers, made of larvae, are in stock in western Germany. People in other cities will soon get the dubious opportunity to indulge in this and other culinary creations thanks to new EU food regulations.
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