Australian scientist claims lab version of virus

Australian scientists have claimed to have developed a lab grown version of the new deadly virus from a patient's sample. Dr. Mike Catton from The… Read Article

Brazilian student invents way to make electricity from paper, graphite and steam

This university student in Brazil has come up with a novel way to generate electricity with just paper, graphite and steam. 22-year-old Kelly Moreira… Read Article

McDonald's heats up breakfast war with new chicken sandwiches

McDonald's will add chicken sandwiches to its breakfast menu at all of its U.S. restaurants, the world's largest burger chain said on Tuesday (… Read Article

Over 2,100 Indians wield swords in dance of valour to set Guinness World Record

A group of 2,126 people came together in a display of culture, art, and valour of Hindu warrior group of Rajput by performing sword dance on Tuesday… Read Article

5000 fans watch dogs wearing socks compete in World Series sled marathon

Thousands of fans gathered in Minnesota to watch the opening day of action at the 2020 Beargrease sled dog marathon on Sunday. Ryan Redington led the… Read Article

Sunflower sanctuary, hope for bees in southern Mexico

Mexico's at-risk bees have found a new oasis in the southern state of Oaxaca. Threatened by pesticides, intensive agriculture and the effects of… Read Article

Swimmer raises awareness on climate change in freezing Antarctic waters

British endurance swimmer and United Nations patron of oceans Lewis Gordon Pugh braved the freezing temperatures of East Antarctica, swimming in its… Read Article

Four Paws team arrives to assess Khartoum lions

The release earlier this month of still images of malnourished lions languishing in an animal park in Sudan's capital sparked concern around the… Read Article

Berlin's panda-cubs ready to meet the public

Berlin's five months old panda cubs were in a playful mood on Monday, a few days ahead of their first public outing where visitors get to see the… Read Article

China extends Spring Festival holiday to contain coronavirus outbreak

The death toll from a coronavirus outbreak in China rose to 81 on Monday (January 27), as the government extended the Lunar New Year holiday and more… Read Article

Collective quilt art seeks to combat violence and misogyny in Mexico

More than 500 pieces of textile art were joined together on Mexico City's iconic Zocalo Square on Sunday (January 26) in a collective artwork that… Read Article

Baby born as earthquake rocks Turkey

A powerful earthquake shook the delivery room of a private hospital in Turkey's Malatya, minutes after a baby was born on Friday (January 24), video… Read Article

Saudi family shares home with wolves

For the Sarhani family, petting a wolf is not just a scene in make believe films; it is part of their daily life as they live side by side with the… Read Article

Spring Festival light show shines at Shanghai West Bund Media Port

The China Media Group (CMG) on Wednesday presented a themed light show in Shanghai's West Bund International Media Port for the upcoming Spring… Read Article

China's 'mermaid descendant' weaves final garments from skin of fish

You Wenfeng, a Hezhen craftswoman making clothing from skin of fish, was not yet born when her kinsmen were thrown into labour camps during Japan's… Read Article