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Memories can be overwritten, scientists find

Scientists have been capable of switching mice’s good memories with bad ones and vice versa. The discovery was the result of work done by a team, formed from a collaboration between Japan’s RIKEN institute and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US.

Myth of arctic meltdown: Stunning satellite images show summer ice cap is thicker

The speech by former US Vice-President Al Gore was apocalyptic. ‘The North Polar ice cap is falling off a cliff,’ he said.

​Australia imposes new round of sanctions against Russia

The Australian government on Monday unveiled further sanctions against Russian oil and gas, financial and defense sectors, bringing Canberra in line with the European Union.

New hotbed of Ebola found in Congo as serum-treated doctor dies

Officials from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) say that a second, separate outbreak of the deadly virus has occurred in the country.

US hypersonic weapon mission aborted after launch

This US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) artists rendering shows the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2).

Saudi King Warns of ISIS Terror in U.S.

Advisory arrives from kingdom after it financed the terror caliphate. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, the most powerful Muslim in the world, is warning IS, formerly ISIS, will soon attack the United States.

ISIL laptop shows plans for biological attacks in Syria

UN investigators conduct a probe about use of WMDs by militants in Syria. Syrian opposition sources say a laptop seized from ISIL Takfiri terrorists contains a series of secret plans including hints at biological attacks.

IMF loan for Ukraine may give ​Monsanto a backdoor into EU

Ukraine’s bid for closer ties with the west could come at a cost. With the IMF set to loan the country $17 billion, the deal could also see GMO crops grown in some of the most fertile lands on the continent, warns Frederic Mousseau.

Kim Dotcom’s Internet Mana party campaign kicks off

The Internet Mana campaign has kicked off in New Zealand, with the new political party founded by the Megaupload owner promising 100,000 new jobs, free higher education, and 100 percent renewable energy by 2015.

China to develop Supersonic Submarine that could reach US in 2 hours

Traveling from Shanghai to San Francisco in under two hours may sound like a fantasy, but China believes it’s figured out how to design an underwater vehicle that can make the idea a reality.

Doctors remove 36-year-old skeleton inside Indian woman

The skeleton of a fetus left inside mother for 36 years. Doctors have removed the skeleton of a 36-year-old fetus that had been inside an Indian woman.

Bilderberg 2015 Location Discovered

Researchers and Internet sleuths believe that they have already uncovered the location of next year’s secretive elite Bilderberg Group meeting.

UK’s Rotherham child abuse victims sue for damages

A group of child abuse victims in the British town of Rotherham have launched a legal compensation suit amid growing outrage in the country over the failure of authorities to stop 16 years of abuse.

NATO readies 10000 troops to fight against Russia

NATO is reportedly working towards the creation of an expeditionary force composed of 10,000 troops from seven different member states as a result of escalating tensions with Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.

Iran completes Missile Defense System similar to Russian S-300

This is the first photo of Iran’s homegrown Bavar-373 missile defense system. Iran has finished manufacturing a homegrown missile defense system, which is as powerful as the S-300 system that Russia refused to deliver to the Islamic Republic.

Ukraine to apply for NATO & EU membership

Ukraine’s Cabinet has asked the country’s parliament to consider dropping the country’s non-aligned status and seek membership of NATO.

Russia rejects Ukraine invasion allegations

Moscow has responded to accusations of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, saying there is no proof to support the allegations.

Excess salt impairs vision

Overconsumption of salt in Brazil increases risk of cataracts and damage to the retina. In Brazil cataracts, clouding of the lens, grows faster than the population over 60 years, although the disease is related to aging.

Ukraine conflict death toll hits 2600, mostly civilians – UN

A woman and the body of a person killed in an artillery attack on Lugansk. At least 2,593 people have been killed in eastern Ukraine since the start of the Kiev’s military operation against anti-government forces there started in mid-April, according to a new estimate by the Office of the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights.

Kiev claims Russia has invaded Ukraine but offers no proof

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko The chorus of allegations about a full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine has President Poroshenko calling for an emergency meeting of the country’s security and defense council, while the Prime Minister Yatsenyuk is calling for a Russian asset freeze.