New Australian telescope maps millions of galaxies at record speed
Australian scientists have used a powerful new telescope to map about 3 million galaxies at record-breaking speed -- creating what they say is a "Google Map of the universe."
Fauci asks Americans to be 'part of the solution' and get vaccinated as states prepare for distribution
Locked down Greek fir tree farmers wait for Christmas miracle
Locked down by coronavirus at their busiest time of year, fir tree farmers in Greece are hoping for a Christmas miracle to salvage a season all but lost.
'Lonely' Kaavan makes contact with another elephant for first time in eight years
An elephant dubbed the "world's loneliest" has been pictured making contact with another of his species for the first time in eight years after languishing alone in a Pakistan zoo for years.
Children who want puberty blockers must understand effects, high court rules
Bid against NHS trust brought by woman who took hormone blockers at 16 before ‘detransitioning’ Children under 16 who wish to undergo gender reassignment can only consent to having puberty blockers if they are able to understand the nature of the treatment, the high court has said in a landmark ruling. Keira Bell, a 23-year-old woman who began taking puberty blockers when she was 16 before “detransitioning”, brought legal action against the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, which runs the UK’s...
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Australia Sounds the Alarm on China, Then Runs for Shelter
When Australia’s leader denounced a tweet by a Chinese official, he also urged the two sides to reset their partnership. That reflected the insecurities facing many countries with limited options on China.
With a month until split, Brexit trade deal hangs in balance
The British government says businesses must make sure they are ready for big changes when the U.K. makes its final Brexit break from the European Union in exactly a month
Coronavirus robs biblical Bethlehem of Christmas cheer
The coronavirus has cast a pall over Christmas celebrations in Bethlehem, all but shutting down the biblical town revered as Jesus’ birthplace at the height of the normally cheery holiday season
UK house price growth 'fastest for almost six years'
Property price rises accelerated last month, the Nationwide says. but growth is set to slow next year.
BioNTech, Pfizer ask Europe to OK vaccine for emergency use
The German pharmaceutical company BioNTech and its US partner Pfizer say they have submitted an application for conditional approval of their coronavirus vaccine with the European Medicines Agency. The two companies said Tuesday that the submission, which occurred Monday, completes the rolling review process they initiated with the agency on Oct. 6.
When will the vaccine arrive to Czechia and who will get it first?
Prague Daily Monitor Finally, it seems like the end to the pandemic which has locked people in their houses for months, seems to be around the corner. The Czech Republic is expecting to begin the vaccination in January, but not everyone will be able to get the vaccines. read more
Killed Iranian Nuke Scientist Was 'Core Source of Authority, Knowledge', Ex-Israeli Intel Chief Says
Senior Iranian officials have blamed Friday’s assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on Israel. Tel Aviv has so far remained silent on the matter.
COVID Patients Are Treated as Untouchables Once Posters Put Up Outside Their Homes: Top Indian Court
Pfizer & BioNtech Apply to European Medicines Agency for Marketing Authorisation of Covid-19 Vaccine
The purpose of the marketing authorisation application with EMA is to get the agency’s approval to market a medicine within the European Union.
Huawei's Meng Wanzhou Marks Two Years Detained In Canada, Court Fight Against US Extradition Request
Premier League: Wolves Forward Raul Jimenez Hopes to 'Return to the Pitch Soon' After Skull Fracture