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Hundreds of Wild Animals to Be Slaughtered in Limpopo, South Africa
Animals  (tags: mass slaughter, wild animals, south Africa, driven hunt )

- 27 days ago -
New hunting controversy âEUR" two months after Cecil the lion was shot âEUR" which will see animals shot from specially erected platforms rekindles debate on big game hunting Taking aim from purpose-built platforms overlooking a bush strip hunters
France Train Attack Puts Rail Security in Spotlight
World  (tags: terrorism, terror attacks, security, high speed trains, airports, rail stations )

- 42 days ago -
Since 9/11, airports around the world have implemented tougher security checks for travellers, but the foiled attack on a packed high-speed train in Europe raises questions whether railway stations should also follow suit
Belgium Calls on Neighbors for More Security on Cross-Border Trains
World  (tags: EU borders, Schengen treaty, free movement, border controls )

- 42 days ago -
Belgium's prime minister called on Saturday for urgent talks with France, Germany and the Netherlands on increasing security on cross-border trains, after a gunman was wrestled to the ground by passengers.
A Good Year for Perseid Meteors Video
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, Perseid meteors, meteor shower )

- 55 days ago -
ItâEUR(TM)s great âEUR¦. except during a meteor shower. When Earth passes through a stream of comet dust, all that romantic moonlight turns into a nuisance, overwhelming the fainter display of shooting stars. Now for the good news: The 2015 Perseid meteor
Ten Surprising Species Found Living in UK Waters, in Pictures
Animals  (tags: wildlife, sea creatures, basking shark, sunfish )

- 68 days ago -
Heading to the coast this summer? YouâEUR(TM)ll be surprised at what you could discover. In a new film launched today,
Fly to the Moon in FOUR Hours: The British Scientist Who Says He's Found the Secret of Star Treks Warp Speed
Science & Tech  (tags: warp speed, discovery )

- 69 days ago -
Critics insisted his invention was a scientific impossibility because it broke one of the basic laws of physics governing the universe. This rule is Sir Isaac NewtonâEUR(TM)s third law: that if you push in one direction, you accelerate in the opposite
Summer Blue Moon
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, full moon, blue moon )

- 69 days ago -
When someone says "Once in a Blue Moon," you know what they mean: Rare, seldom, even absurd. This year it means the end of July. For the second time this month, the Moon is about to become full. There was one full Moon on July 2nd, and now a
Have Scientists Found the Key to Eternal Life?
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, aging, eternal life, genetic switches )

- 72 days ago -
Discovery of how to switch off ageing process in worms could lead to mechanism being delayed in humans Study of worms found when adult cells abruptly begin their downhill slide
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