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N. Korea likely has more plutonium than previously thought: monitor
Sunday, Jul 16, 2017
New images of North Korea's main nuclear facility show that the isolated regime has apparently produced more plutonium for its weapons programme than previously thought, a US monitor said, as tensions soar over Pyongyang's ambitions.
Is Fewa Lake dying?
Trump wall threatens Mexico's animals without borders
Laser weapons edge toward use in US military
Bangladesh closes one of world's most polluted places
Bees can see much better than thought: scientists
By Jove! Jupiter extra close, extra bright this week
Trump boosts coal as China takes the lead on climate change
London to impose new charges to cut 'lethal' pollution
Brexit 1.0: How Britain became an island
UK zoos fear no Brexit deal could impact endangered species
Then and now: How glaciers around the world are melting
Why is South America being hit by deadly landslides?
Strike force: world's most venomous scorpion in action
Creepy crawly cargo caught in Australia
Indonesia's 'selfie monkey' threatened by hunger for its meat
Study: heat waves, likely from global warming, could lead to failure of coffee crops
Himalayan glaciers granted status of 'living entities'
Japanese fleet returns from Antarctic hunt with 333 whales
Low pressure area causes rainfall
Another South China Sea Crisis: Region’s Coral in Dire Danger
Japan kills 333 whales in annual Antarctic hunt
From poor eyesight to bad teeth, pandas
'Underwater wasteland' worries after cyclone hits Barrier Reef
In lab simulating harsh Mars climate, a nascent potato grows
Environmental groups vowing to fight Trump climate actions
California prepares for war with Trump over environment
Mice infested human settlements 15,000 years ago
Trump poised to roll back climate protections
'Unparalleled' number of dinosaur tracks found in Australia
Thousands evacuated as cyclone bears down on Australia
Suspense as Kenya awaits next move on poll dispute
Electric power restored in Morang and Sunsari
Trump Administration Only Offers ‘Strategic Confusion’ On Korean Peninsula
UML presses for effective rescue operation
Kenya on edge after vote fraud claims spark deadly protests
Kenya awaits final results in disputed election
Qatar Crisis: Fatalism of Nepali migrant workers
The Energy Chokepoint: Could China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy Promote Security Near the Strait of Hormuz?
The changing trend of Globalization
Arundhati Roy releases first novel in 20 years
Natural Foods Cookbook’ author Beatrice Trum Hunter dies
Haribansha Acharya comes with 'Hari Bahadur'
Book Review: An Unsuitable Boy
Jumla: A Nurse’s Story - English Edition of Madan Puraskar winner Khalangama Hamala released
A Critical Commentary on ‘Changing Cultural and Civilizational Paradigms in Nepalese Society’
Robots debate future of humans at Hong Kong tech show
Smile for the Camera: Apple Wants Next iPhone to 3D-Scan Your Face
Dutch firm aims to deliver first flying car in 2018
How Safe Would You Feel? Boeing Looks to Fly Pilotless Passenger Planes
‘The Future Is Upon Us’: Tech Firms Look to Train Robots in Virtual Reality
Russian Scientist Patents Method to Create Atmosphere on Mars
Audioslave - Like a Stone (Official Video)