Tokyo, Dec 27.- The Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) announced that it will launch the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission on Feb. 28, 2014.
The Hague, Dec 26.- People make decisions with greater logic when the problem is presented to them in a foreign language, stated the online edition of Cognition journal.
Tokyo, Dec 26.- An island formed 602 miles south of Tokyo one month ago, due to strong underwater volcanic activity in the Pacific Ocean, has continued growing and is nearly three times as big as its original size, according to the Meteorological Agency of Japan.
Amsterdam, Dec 25.- Engineers of Mars One, a non-profit based organization in the Netherlands, are planning to test technology for extraction of water beginning in 2018, during the group's first unmanned one-way trip to Mars.
Mexico City, Dec 24.- Scientists with the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) have developed a pharmacological alternative to fully inhibit the growth of certain malignant tumors, including the most aggressive, the university reported in a press release.
Beijing, Dec 23.- Two other Y12E planes manufactured in China were sent to Colombia to become part of the Satena Airline Fleet, reported today the Harbin Aircraft Industry Group (HAIG).
London, Dec 23.- A group of scientists warned the European Commission about the danger of a possible leak from a laboratory of a mutated virus that could cause a pandemic with catastrophic results.
Beijing, Dec 20.- Today the putting into orbit of Tupac Katari satellite joined Bolivia to the countries with ingenuity of this type, which do not exceed fifty in the world and only reaches six in South America.
Tokyo, Dec 20.- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, said today that in the immediate future nuclear energy will retain an important place within the country's electricity generation.
La Paz, Dec 19.- A total of 27 dead and more than 1,750 affected families was reported as the result of continuous rain and hailstorms and strong winds in different regions of Bolivia.