A young Turkish student named Mazlum Sürmeli has managed to build a robot out of scrap material that’s capable of performing 11 different tasks.
While many firearms are designed with rugged efficiency in mind and have a rather simplistic design, others look like something straight out of a sci-fi action movie.
Apparently oblivious to the scary stories about football hooliganism spread by BBC, Russian and Serbian fans engaged in a striking display of camaraderie in the center of Belgrade.
Two-thirds of cancers are caused by random DNA errors during cell division, according to new research.
The state-owned German bank Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (KfW) made a rather costly mistake by erroneously transferring over 5 billion euros to four other banks. This time, it got its money back.
A new study is proposing an enormous change to long-held ideas about how dinosaurs are classified. Some paleontologists are suggesting moving theropods, the group that boasts the Tyrannosaurus rex, to another branch of the “dinosaur family tree,” implying that dinosaur development may have happened earlier than previously believed.
The Montreal Muslim community is outraged by preaching by an invited imam that called for Jews to be killed. The imam apparently recited verses that call for the deaths of Jews when he gave a sermon at a local mosque, according to a report by CBC News.
Somewhere in northern Iran, an unusual limousine hybrid can be seen taking on city traffic. The limo is constructed from a few retro-cars and has caused a wave of reactions on Iranian social networks.
In the follow-up to the EU Court's much-debated decision to allow the prohibition of religious symbols, the idea of banning hijabs and other Muslim garment seems to be catching a second wind. A Norwegian politician moved to ban Oslo municipality employees from wearing headscarves.
Kawehi is a talented singer and multi-instrumentalist who seems to love experiments. This young and pretty lady not only has a sweet voice but also an amazing sense of rhythm!
A major big data study has determined moderate alcohol consumption is good for you, with a pint of beer per day reducing the risk of heart attacks and angina by a third - moreover, teetotallers are at greater risk of contracting such diseases, with total abstinence increases an individual's cancer odds by 24 percent.
It sounds like something out of The Simpsons, a church that suddenly turns into a pub. Yes it is true - after every weekly holy mass service on a Sunday, the local church in a small town in Belgium, called Brielen, converts into a pub so that the parishioners can enjoy a glass of wine or beer with one another.
Animal rights activists are alleging that the US Department of Veterans Affairs has been conducting cruel experiments on dogs, including brain surgery and stomach ailment simulations.
Lawmakers, attorneys, staffers and lobbyists scurried around the US capital on Thursday ahead of a now-delayed vote on the controversial American Health Care Act. Meanwhile, amidst the dreary chaos of governing in DC, US President Donald Trump was mocked on Twitter after he was seen honking the horn of a semi-truck.
The sounds of what were believed to be a porn movie were heard in the middle of the night in one of the most populated areas of Kastamonu, northern Turkey.
Durex, a famous global condom manufacturer, has announced the launch of its jeans line. Most internet users haven’t taken it seriously and consider it part of a marketing campaign; but the news has turned out to be real. For the time being, Durex jeans will only appear in India.
RT America has been nominated for a prestigious Emmy award that recognizes excellence in US journalism, the channel’s editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan, told Sputnik on Thursday.
A piece of cake claimed to have been preserved from the 1947 wedding of Britain’s future Queen Elizabeth II to her now-royal consort, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has been made available for sale.
Addressing the people of Britain following the terror attack that left at least five people dead and 40 injured, UK Prime Minister Theresa May called the attack an attempted assault on Parliament's noble principles, but promised the city and the government would not be cowed by terrorists.
Crushing the dreams of men and women everywhere, Global Affairs Canada, a government entity in charge of the nation’s embassies and consulates, has called for diplomats to cease using full-sized cardboard cutouts of Justin “McDreamy” Trudeau.
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