Historical Drought in Oaxaca

Mexico, Jun 6 .- The southwestern Mexican state of Oaxaca is experiencing a historical drought in most of its territory, with temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius, near zero precipitation and lack of water for the ...

China Recognizes Government of Mexican Capital for Its Care To Pandas

Mexico, June 5 .- Chinese authorities have acknowledged the government of Mexico City for the care of panda bears, particularly in the Bosque de Chapultepec (Chapultepec Forest) Zoo in this capital, it was reported today.

Shark Marked in Chile Appears in New Zealand

Santiago de Chile, Jun 1 .- The blue shark, of oceanic and migratory customs, honored its characteristics and a specimen marked in Chile on March 23, 2016 appeared in New Zealand on May 12, 2017.

Activists in Nicaragua reaffirm their unwavering support for the Cuban Revolution

Nicaragua, June 1.- On May 27, Cuba solidarity groups in Nicaragua demanded an end to the U.S. blockade imposed on the island for over half a century and the return of the territory illegally occupied ...

Rare Faceless Fish Discovered in Deep Sea off Australia

Canberra, May 31 .- A team of scientists found a mysterious faceless fish during an exploration in deep Australian waters, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) reported today.

Ancient Peruvian Civilization More Complex than Previously Thought

Washington, May 26.- A civilization that flourished in Peru 15,000 years ago was much more advanced than originally thought and had complex social networks with bureaucracy and religion, the Florida Atlantic University reported.

Mystery of Milky Way's 'Alien-Megastructure' Star Unsolved

Washington, May 24.- In a distant spiral arm of our Milky Way galaxy, some 1,480 light-years from Earth, a star, KIC 8462852, but informally called ''Tabby''s Star'' or ''Boyajian''s Star'' is acting in ways the ...

Small glass of wine or beer a day increases breast cancer risk – study

May, 23.- Women who enjoy beer or wine may want to reconsider ordering a second round – or even their first one – the next time they're at the bar, according to a new report ...

Oldest Tooth Filling Was Made By an Ice Age Dentist in Italy

Washington.- Scared of the dentist? Be glad you don't live in the Ice Age. A pair of 13,000-year-old front teeth found in Italy contain the earliest known use of fillings - made out of bitumen.

Largest Stalagmite in the World Taken 3D Picture in Cuba

Cienfuegos, Cuba.- The stalagmite in the cave Martin Infierno, considered the largest in the world, was taken a 3D picture for the first time, said the latest edition of the online version of the newspaper ...

Child Obesity is inherited from Parents, Study Finds

Washington, Feb 20.- Around 35-40 per cent of a child's BMI, how fat or thin they are, is inherited from their parents, a new study has found.

Why the Sound of Noisy Eating Fills Some People with Rage

London.- Imagine feeling angry or upset whenever you hear a certain everyday sound. It's a condition called misophonia, and we know little about its causes.

2016 Registered as Warmest Year in the World

Washington, Jan 19.- The world standard temperature in 2016 was the highest since registers started in 1880, reported US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Wednesday.

World's Highest Bridge: Latest Feat of Chinese Engineering

Beijing, Jan.- The Beipanjiang bridge, the highest in the world stands 565 meters above Nizhu river cannon and connects the southern provinces of Yunnan and Guizhou, was opened to traffic as another success of this ...

Rare Type of Hemoglobin Detected in Nicaragua

Experts from the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua) have detected a rare type of hemoglobin in a seven year old girl, the first patient to receive this diagnosis since 1985.

AIDS Cure May Be Near

A 44-year-old British man might become the first human being totally cured from the Human Immune-deficiency Virus (HIV), thanks to a new therapy designed by scientists from the United Kingdom.