Sunday, February 17, 2019

Pioneering autism doctor Hans Asperger sent disabled children to be killed by Nazis, new...

Hans Asperger, the Austrian paediatrician who gave his name to a kind of high-functioning autism, helped the Nazis in their murder of disabled children, according...

Millionaire who hid treasure in Rocky Mountains says it could be 1,000 years before...

An eccentric art dealer who claims to have hidden treasure worth millions of pounds in the Rocky Mountains says 350,000 people have tried...

Puerto Rico hit with island-wide power outages

Power outages have cut off electricity across Puerto Rico, whose residents have already endured long periods of darkness after Hurricane Maria. The island’s power...

Yazidis who suffered under Isis face forced conversion to Islam amid fresh persecution in...

The Yazidis, who were recently the target of massacre, rape and sex slavery by Isis, are now facing forcible conversion to Islam under...

Scientists discover moss that filters arsenic out of water, making it safe to drink

Scientists in Sweden have discovered a moss that purifies water contaminated with poisonous arsenic so successfully that it becomes safe to drink. Researchers at...

‘Cocaine babe’ who said she smuggled drugs for Instagram likes is jailed for eight...

A drug mule said she tried to smuggle £11m worth of cocaine into Australia because it was a chance to post selfies on...

Syria airstrikes ‘had limited impact’ on Assad’s ability to launch chemical attacks, despite Trump...

US, British and French missile strikes on Syria had a limited impact on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's ability to carry out chemical weapons attacks, US assessments have reportedly shown. Donald Trump tweeted "Mission Accomplished" after...

Donald Trump says Korean War ‘has not ended’

As president Donald Trump announced that the South and North Korean leaders have his blessing to discuss a permanent end to the military conflict between their two countries, he dropped in a quick history...

Space telescope launches on quest for planets that could support life

A NASA satellite has embarked on a quest for planets where life might exist. Propelled by a Falcon 9 rocket supplied by private firm SpaceX, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) hurtled...

Poorer pupils in England are a whole GCSE grade behind their peers in maths,...

England would have to double the number of disadvantaged pupils achieving top GCSE grades in maths to match some of the best countries...

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