Brittney Gargol was 18 when she was murdered in Canada. She was found strangled to death near a landfill with a belt near her body. It was a case shrouded in mystery for two years, before finally a Facebook selfie helped solve it.
In a country where certain jobs, such as radio presenter and reporter, are dominated by men, one woman is sending ripples through the conservative society. Sputnik Iran spoke to Maedeh Alaghmand, a sports commentator who set a new record in Iran as she commented live on kabaddi matches for 10 hours.
Just days after announcing he had dumped his girlfriend over alleged racist remarks, UKIP leader Henry Bolton appears to be having a change of heart after they were spotted sharing a romantic intimate dinner night together - sparking more reaction on social media.
In wake of the Hollywood sexual assault scandals, the Pirates of the Caribbean star opened up about her own sexual assaults, which took place in the course of “normal” daily life.
Scientists have always looked for ways to lift objects, living and inanimate alike, up into the air without any outside force applied.
The remarks came after another French actress, Catherine Deneuve, slammed the movement as "puritan" and useless in helping those actually suffering from violence and sexual harassment.
You can run and you can hide, but there's no need to panic, as the “potentially hazardous” asteroid is predicted to miss our planet.
The construction industry is a major contributor towards India's GDP, both directly and indirectly. It employs millions of people, and any improvements in the construction sector affect a number of associated industries.
Astrid Furholt has become the first woman in the world to reach the South Pole on skis, in her fellow Norwegian Roald Amundsen's footsteps, 106 years after the route was first traversed in 1911.
Despite being West Europe's primary producer of oil and gas, Norway has emerged as world leader in electric vehicles. The Nordic nation aims to make its aircraft industry completely green in a little more than two decades.
Since taking office a year ago, Trump has been harshly criticizing media outlets for publishing what he describes as "fake news." Most recently, the US president announced the "most dishonest and corrupt" media outlets.
The value of the dollar has dropped more than 15 percent versus the euro in the past six months, resulting in cheaper exports and more expensive imports for Americans. Financial policy analyst Daniel Sankey and economist Steve Keen discussed US President Donald Trump’s effect on the dollar’s global decline with Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear.
A recent study shows that constant internet use is likely to make people less religious and less religiously exclusive. Radio Sputnik asked Heidi Campbell, of Texas A&M University’s Religious Studies program, for comment on this curious trend.
A study published in the February Journal of Archaeological Science edition finds that a pair of ancient mummies known as the Two Brothers are actually not quite as close as previously thought.
A Morning Consult/Politico poll released Wednesday revealed that more than half of US voters don’t want to see Oprah Winfrey challenge US President Donald Trump in 2020.
A video of a man slapping a woman for not covering her hair has gone viral, providing a colorful example of how (arguably) good intentions can quickly escalate to primal violence in the name of religion.
The orbital telescope has captured a close-up image of the largest and hottest galaxy cluster ever discovered.
On Tuesday, Desmond Swayne, a politician in the UK's House of Commons, made the mistake of falling asleep during a speech given by his colleague. The nap was broadcast on the Parliament's live TV feed.
Late Tuesday, residents in Michigan were left a bit shaken after a meteor decided to light up the night and bring with it an earthquake.
A video of a 14-year-old Indiana boy chanting f**k n***ers” into a bullhorn with a Nazi flag wrapped around his shoulders recently went viral online.
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