Santiago de Chile, Oct 30.- The environmental organization Greenpeace boosted a campaign to create the largest marine protected area in the world, 1.8 million square kilometers, in Antarctica.
Rome, Oct 27.- The unsuspected positive effects of coffee is the issue of the 29th Cardiology Conference in Turin, Italy, starting today in the presence of experts from Germany, France, Switzerland and the United States.
Ciego de Avila, Oct 26.- The crane, an endemic bird of Cuban fields, returned to the El Venero wildlife refuge, after the rains left by Hurricane Irma benefited that area of the Great Northern Wetland of Ciego de Avila .
Russia, Oct 23.- A new hydrofoil ship meant to transport up to 120 passengers along sea coast routes has been floated by a Russian producer. The design was popular in the Soviet Union, but modern Russia has not built such vessels for almost two decades.
Washington.- One of the celestial bodies that accompany Earth on its way around the Sun, called 2016 HO3, is a small asteroid, assured today a study by the University of Arizona.
Perplexing sword-like columns of space ice that rise up through Pluto’s Tartarus Dorsa mountains may finally have been explained by NASA – two years after the weird formations were first observed in detail.
Brussels, Oct 11.- The character Elpidio Valdés, icon of the animation in Cuba, just starring in a new adventure when Belgium and become the great attraction of national and tourists, right in the historic center of this capital.
Even 34,000 years ago, our ancestors knew having sex with their relatives was a bad idea. Analysis of ancient human remains found in Russia has revealed that even among an extremely small society, incest did not take place.
North Yorkshire, Oct,4.- The sudden disappearance of up to seven black cats from two sleepy North Yorkshire villages has locals concerned they’ve been snatched for witchcraft in the lead-up to Halloween.
Mexico, Oct 3.- September 19 marks the date of two devastating earthquakes in central Mexico separated by 32 years, but the technologies that accompanied the response and reaction to both natural disasters are different today.