Sweden drops majority of Assange Investigation

August 15, 2015
World News

Sweden has confirmed that it has dropped the majority of the investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. However, even with most of the investigation dropped, Assange will remain unable to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy, which has been his home for nearly three years. Assange faces arrest if he leaves the Embassy, and the WikiLeaks founder is fearful over the possibility that he could be extradited to the States as US …Read the Rest

Tyrannosaurus Bataar skeleton returned to Mongolia

Tyrannosaurus Bataar skeleton returned to Mongolia
May 7, 2013
US and Canada

The skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Bataar has been repatriated to Mongolia by  U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The skeleton had been …Read the Rest

Explosions rock Boston

Explosions rock Boston
April 16, 2013
US and Canada

What should have been a day of fun and triumphant ended in tragedy on Monday when two explosions tore through …Read the Rest

Life in Iraq

Life in Iraq
March 25, 2013
World News

This is a copy of an interview that I carried out awhile ago. It was recently published on Digital Journal …Read the Rest

Venezuela President Hugo Chávez has died

Venezuela President Hugo Chávez has died
March 6, 2013
Headline News

The death of  Venezuela President Hugo Chávez has been announced, A hero to some and villain to others, Chávez was aged fifty …Read the Rest

Can fish oil help protect against skin cancer?

Can fish oil help protect against skin cancer?
March 3, 2013
Health News

Omega 3 oils are known to be beneficial when it comes to joint and cardiovascular health and now, scientists from …Read the Rest

Could Facebook improve cognitive function?

Could Facebook improve cognitive function?
February 27, 2013
US and Canada

Could spending time on Facebook be beneficial to older adults? According to a new study from the University of Arizona …Read the Rest

Nine suspect pirates moved to Seychelles for prosecution

Nine suspect pirates moved to Seychelles for prosecution
February 27, 2013
World News

It was announced earlier this month that nine suspect pirates have been transported to the Seychelles to face prosecution. The …Read the Rest

What happens in Vegas does not always stay in Vegas

What happens in Vegas does not always stay in Vegas
August 26, 2012
National and Regional News

What happens in Vegas does not always stay in Vegas, as a no doubt red-faced Prince Harry found out recently.  …Read the Rest

Odyssey find silver,gold aboard Gairsoppa

Odyssey find silver,gold aboard Gairsoppa
August 15, 2012
National and Regional News

Earlier this year, Odyssey Marine Exploration began an operation to recover tonnes of silver ingots which were on SS Gairsoppa …Read the Rest

Curiosity beams back images from Mars

Curiosity beams back images from Mars
August 9, 2012
Science

Just days after landing on the Red Planet, the Curiosity rover has begun beaming back stunning images of the Martian …Read the Rest