New Delhi (Sputnik): Twitter is under fire again in India for its inscrutable censorship policies. The micro-blogging site has already come under fire in India for not responding adequately when users issue rape and death threats.
The little-known Empire of Aksum is believed to have been a sprawling metropolis that dominated much of Eastern Africa from the first century BC through 825 AD and rivalled the Roman empire in terms of size and power.
Zoo-defenders became concerned after a video of the birds and their tiny red hats glued to their heads was uploaded to Facebook.
Explorers and scientists revealed they are on the trail of legendary 'creature' Bigfoot in the forests of Oregon, which is thought to be real by many Americans.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russian cosmonauts plan to carry out two spacewalks at the International Space Station next year, a source in the space industry said.
This is the most powerful computer the company had ever built – and certainly the most expensive, as even additional wheels to move your Mac Pro around would cost you $400.
Researchers at the Institute of Nuclear Research in Hungary published a new study to the arXiv database offering further evidence of an entirely new particle first suggested three years ago, which could both resolve the mystery of dark matter and potentially reveal a fifth force of nature – yet experts have some doubts.
A 75-foot-tall wave was recorded about 20 miles off the coast of California’s Cape Mendocino on November 26, becoming the largest wave ever recorded off of the state’s coast, according to scientists at the Scripps Institute for Oceanography of the University of California San Diego.
Decades of satellite images from the NASA-US Geological Survey Landsat program have been compiled and released by scientists who say the events seen in their time-lapse video are a clear indicator of a warming climate’s impact on ice masses around the Earth.
The Israeli Health Ministry has launched a probe after an undercover investigation revealed that Israeli psychiatrists prescribe antipsychotic or antidepressant drugs to yeshiva students to inhibit their sexual desires.
The US first lady has become a target for countless jokes and parodies with many celebrities trying to copy her looks, facial expressions or mocking her manner of speaking. John Legend’s wife, model Chrissy Teigen, has decided that she could pull off this joke, as well. Some, however, seemed not so sure about it.
The Mediterranean Sea has proven to be an important source of archaeological findings so far, including such relics as houses, batch complexes, a tomb, a cemetery and several massive ship wreckages dating back to Roman times.
On Tuesday, China’s space agency unveiled incredible 3D images from the Gaofen-7 satellite, a mapping probe capable of resolving objects less than 1 meter wide.
The air quality in Sydney, Australia, continued to deteriorate severely Tuesday as about 100 bushfires burned in New South Wales and strong, north winds sent more smoke into the city.
The test was a step forward in finalising the Space Launch System’s (SLS) core stage for NASA’s Artemis programme, which is expected to send astronauts to the Moon again – or for the first time, if you’re a fan of conspiracy theories.
Scientists at the Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) have found that the use of an additive manufacturing method allows for the creation of custom-made implants without endangering the lives of patients, and their coating with silver and calcium phosphate nanoparticles hinders the growth of bacteria.
New Delhi (Sputnik): In a scene that looked like it was straight out of the movies, a high-speed chase between bikers and a chariot was caught on camera in the Indian city of Pune.
Scientists at Moscow State University of Psychology and Education (MSUPE) have studied the impact of social networks on self-harming behaviour in adolescents and suggested creating supporting content to impact discussions about self-harm on the Internet. The results of the study were published in Consultative Psychology and Psychotherapy magazine.
The Conservative Party just released a pre-election campaign video featuring Boris Johnson recreating a legendary scene from the film “Love Actually”, receiving mixed reactions from the public.
The settled life of the resort town Torquay on the English Riviera was disturbed by 20 bright objects in the evening sky. The strange show prompted onlookers to discuss what it was: a meteor shower, guests from other galaxies, or some sort of military activity.