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This Face Changes the Human Story. But How?
Homo naledi, discovered in a cave near Johannesburg, is a human ancestor unlike any species previously known. The find is arguably one of the most important discoveries in human origins research in half a century. It’s also the most perplexing.
Thank the ancient Romans for 'street food'
Grabbing something hot and tasty on the move? You have the ancient Romans to thank. 'Street food' was their invention, generally enjoyed with wine, gambling or even prostitutes.
Nagasaki marks 70th anniversary of atomic bombing
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday marked the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki by renewing his commitment to a nuclear weapons free Japan, following criticism for not making the same pledge on the anniversary of the Hiroshima b
Canadian Heritage stalls rare airplane swap with U.S. museum
A rare Martin Mars seaplane, among the biggest ever built, is at the centre of a dispute between a B.C. businessman and the Canadian Heritage Department. Wayne Coulson wants to fly the aircraft to a Florida museum, but bureaucrats say he must first convin
VE-Day tarnished by new war of words between Russia, the West
After the end of the Cold War, VE-Day became the occasion to bring former wartime allies Russia and the West together. Today, amid the tensions over Ukraine, it seems to have become a week simply to unleash history's demons, Brian Stewart writes.
Quebec man charged in fatal Wyoming pileup
A man from Longueuil has been arrested on a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide, following a fiery crash that killed one person and sent up a column of thick black smoke in southeast Wyoming.
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