A group of Russian scientists have discovered a new method of DNA repair which may be able to prevent and cure neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s and even stop the process of cell death.
Our planet’s beauty and fragility can never be understated. So, scientists with a GoPro teamed up with some turtles to take the viewer on a tour of the Great Barrier Reef – the endangered paradise, as seen from the point of view of its inhabitants.
The divisions between Palestinians and Israelis are probably nowhere as evident as in one house in the city of Hebron.
After two consequent failures to get essential supplies to the International Space Station, crew members finally received much-needed cargo delivered by a Russian Progress space freighter.
The US and Australia are marking the start of their joint biennial military exercises on Sunday, with Japan joining in for the first time.
Polling stations have opened across Greece as millions of people are expected to cast ballots on whether to accept more austerity in exchange for international aid.
The polls have opened in Greece as the crisis-hit country votes in a referendum on whether to accept the harsh bailout demands of its international creditors and, consequently, its future in the eurozone and the EU.
A contingent of teens and boys shot 25 Syrian troops dead at a UNESCO world heritage site in Palmyra, a video published by a group affiliated with the Islamic State reportedly shows.
Kalashnikov Concern showed off its new military assault boats for the first time at the International Maritime Defense Show (IMDS 2015) in St.
A speech by German Chancellor Angela Merkel was interrupted by a group anti-austerity protestors, who chanted ‘No’ in Greek in support of a negative vote in Greece’s Sunday’s referendum on whether to accept the harsh bailout demands of its creditors.
Former Cuban Leader Fidel Castro appeared to the public for the first time in three months on Friday as he attended a meeting of cheese masters in a rare trip outside his Havana home.
Two thousand members of a new patrol in Kiev’s police force took their oaths of office in a ceremony attended top Ukrainian politicians and US ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt.
The worldwide protests expressing solidarity with the Greek people ahead of Sunday’s referendum on a cash-for-reform deal with its Troika of creditors, have all been gathered in Ruptly’s interactive map.
A squirrel that's been water-skiing in the US has been entertaining audiences online, after its perfect performance was filmed using a GoPro camera.
The US National Security Agency tapped the telephones of 29 Brazilian government top officials as well as waged economic espionage against the country by listening in to calls of those managing Brazilian economy, WikiLeaks claims in a new release.
Missiles from Russia’s international bestselling Pantsir-S1 system were fired during a large-scale contest that saw the country’s various air defense forces competing against each other.
A tentative agreement between six world powers and Iran has been reached that includes sanctions relief for Tehran, AP reported Saturday, citing diplomatic sources.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has described the actions of Athens’ creditors as “terrorism,” but said agreement with them was inevitable in an interview published hours before a landmark referendum to accept or reject the bailout terms.
Greece has come a long way since Alexis Tsipras’s Syriza won election on an anti-austerity platform. From the victory in January to rallies in support of a “No” vote in Sunday’s referendum, Ruptly’s interactive timeline covers the rollercoaster ride.
A beauty blogger, who suffers from acne, has come up with a powerful video made of actual comments to her blog.