Russian floating nuclear plant prepares for towing into Arctic seas
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Russian floating nuclear plant prepares for towing into Arctic seas

Russia’s controversial nuclear barge is ready to travel through the Arctic seas — and observers across…

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Earliest modern human fossil outside Africa found in Greece, study says
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Earliest modern human fossil outside Africa found in Greece, study says

This image provided by the University of Tuebingen in Germany shows the Apidima 1 partial…

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Critics plead with U.S. not to dump poison on mice-infested California island
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Critics plead with U.S. not to dump poison on mice-infested California island

U.S. federal wildlife officials were urged Wednesday to withdraw a proposal to drop nearly 1.4…

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Researchers study how bucking bulls are really doing at Calgary Stampede
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Researchers study how bucking bulls are really doing at Calgary Stampede

Researchers from the University of Calgary are filming bucking bulls each day of this year’s…

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South African aiming to be 1st black African in space dies
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South African aiming to be 1st black African in space dies

Mandla Maseko, a South African man who had won the opportunity to become the first…

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Bahrain records hottest June in more than 100 years
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Bahrain records hottest June in more than 100 years

Bahrain has recorded the hottest June in the Arab Gulf country in more than a…

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Sheep farmers, solar company form powerful partnership
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Sheep farmers, solar company form powerful partnership

Chris Moore and Lyndsey Smith were looking to expand their grass-fed, pasture-raised sheep operation, the Shady…

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Where are the endangered whales? Southern residents haven’t been spotted in B.C.’s Salish Sea
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Where are the endangered whales? Southern residents haven’t been spotted in B.C.’s Salish Sea

The endangered southern resident killer whales which are normally spotted in the Salish Sea near Vancouver…

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Japan resumes commercial whaling despite low demand
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Japan resumes commercial whaling despite low demand

Japanese whalers returned to port Monday with their first catch after resuming commercial whaling for…

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Freak hailstorm buries part of western Mexico in ice
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Freak hailstorm buries part of western Mexico in ice

Officials in Mexico’s second-largest city say a freak storm that dumped more than a metre of hail…

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