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Indonesia raises Mount Agung`s alert to highest level
27 November, 10:21
"We raise the status because the eruptions of Mount Agung have shifted from phreatic to magmatic ones, since red glow was seen from the peak of the Mount Agung on Sunday at 9 p.m. local time," I Gede Suantika, mitigation head of PVMBG, said here, Monday.
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85 killed, 80 wounded in mosque attack in Egypt's Sinai
24 November, 16:16
At least 80 others were wounded when suspected militants attacked the mosque, the report said. Earlier report said at least 54 people were killed and 75 others injured in the attack.
China's unmanned helicopters pass high-plateau testing
23 November, 15:58
The AV500W conducted firing tests at an altitude of 4,300 meters in Qinghai Province on Nov. 18, according to Jiangxi provincial office of science, technology and industry for national defence.
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New laser surgery to get blue eyes emerging
23 November, 11:57
People who want to turn their eye colors blue permanently now have a chance as a U.S. medical company has promoted a new laser surgery to achieve the change.
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Chinese scientists successfully develop flexible multifunctional bionic robot
22 November, 16:53
The robot, weighing 5 kilograms with a length of less than 1 meter, can be used to carry out scanning, detecting, and monitoring tasks on surfaces of ships, vessels, and oil tanks, according to the academy.
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Scientists discover bacteria from Arctic permafrost can withstand Mars-like environment
22 November, 11:00
According to the scientists, the study produced new insights into the ancient permafrost, which has not thawed for about two million years.
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Snakelike colorful road appeared in China
21 November, 15:02
The road composed of sections of different colors has a curve radius of six meters.
Scientists warns of upsurge in major earthquakes in 2018
21 November, 10:11
The change in the speed of the Earth's rotation is likely to trigger intense seismic activities next year, particularly in the heavily populated tropical regions, according to the study, published recently in the U.S. academic journal Geophysical Research Letters.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip
Britain's queen to celebrate 70 years of marriage
20 November, 12:45
The bells of the Westminster Abbey where the royal couple were married on Nov. 20, 1947, will ring for three hours to mark the occasion.
London buses to be powered by coffee to reduce emission
20 November, 12:05
The company collects waste coffee grounds mostly from London's coffee shops for processing, and tops the resulting coffee oil with a range of animal and vegetable oil.
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