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Chile, South America
"The Atacama region was punished, but also blessed by the phenomenon of a flourishing desert, something that happens only after the rains, this time brought about by El Niño and climate change."
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 | Environment
October 31, 2015
North Korea, Asia
The secretive state did not provide proof, and the claim is likely to provoke widespread skepticism.
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 | Stories
June 22, 2015
United States, North America
Harriette Thompson of Charlotte, North Carolina, finished the Suja Rock 'n' Roll San Diego Marathon yesterday in 7 hours, 7 minutes and 42 seconds, setting the world record for the fastest marathon ever by a woman 90 years or older.
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 | Stories
June 01, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Father Pierre Jalapeno Pepper donned the boxing gloves for the first time as part of his parish's fundraising Saint Patrick's Weekend Punch-Up.
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 | Stories
March 16, 2015
World
There was plentiful nitrogen 3.2 billion years ago to sustain the most basic life forms, including bacteria, viruses and other organisms.
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 | Science
February 18, 2015
United States, North America
Hannah and Danielle Reed were born a minute apart but in two different years.
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 | Stories
January 03, 2015
Estonia, Europe
Edward Lucas said he had a long-held interest in Estonia's digital society and expected e-residency would come with practical benefits.
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 | Society
December 03, 2014
Afghanistan, Asia
The park has a Ferris wheel, bumper cars, roller coaster, spinning tea cups and even a mascot that's a dead-ringer for Minnie Mouse.
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 | Entertainment
November 24, 2014
Antarctica
The notebook was found outside Scott's Terra Nova base during last summer's ice melt.
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 | Archaeology
October 30, 2014