A global team of scientists led by the World Health Organisation to investigate the origins of the novel coronavirus will spend around a month in the Chinese city of Wuhan, including two weeks in quarantine, a team member said on Wednesday (Jan 13).
Planned works on the Pikrodafni Stream from Vouliagmeni Avenue to its estuary in southern Athens have been canceled following a decision by the country’s highest administrative court.
In 2018, Malta ranked the lowest out of all 27 EU member states with regards to the recycling of plastic packaging waste, recent Eurostat statistics have shown.
An American woman who murdered a pregnant dog breeder in order to steal her baby was put to death by lethal injection on Wednesday, becoming the first female to be executed by United States federal authorities in nearly seven decades.
As part of its $100 million commitment unveiled this past June to combat racial equality and justice, Apple announced several new initiatives on that front on Wednesday.
Cricketer Hanuma Vihari, whose match-saving knock in Sydney enabled India to draw the Test match against Australia Monday, has won the internet with his clap back at BJP leader Babul Supriyo.
Irish home buyers are still paying more than their European counterparts for basic mortgage products.
More than half-a-dozen Congress leaders on Wednesday strongly opposed the State government’s decision to bifurcate Ballari district claiming that the division will lead to conflict between Telugu-speaking and Kannada-speaking people.
Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced it opened a virtual Open Day for vendors to ensure effective communication with this important business segment.
Some scientists believe that the first microbial life emerged at undersea hydrothermal vents.