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Mark Zuckerberg Offended That India Isn't Grateful For Facebook's Free Internet

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is still on paternity leave, but he has some pretty strong opinions about India’s attempts to quash Facebook’s project to provi...

China Uses Terrorism As Flimsy Excuse To Spy On Western Companies

The Chinese government has introduced its first first counter-terrorism laws, but western companies operating in China say the laws allow the Chinese to snoop o...

Desert Tower To Harness Chile's Intense Sun Exposure

In the plains of Chile’s Atacama desert, a solar power tower more than 650 feet tall is under construction. As part of the project, a growing field of huge mi...

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Indigenous Australian Firm Gives Tesla A Run For Its Money

A small Australian company owned by indigenous aborigines is taking on corporate giants as the country's fledgling home solar battery industry gets off the grou...

India Making Innovative Strides In Rainwater Conservation

Although the Indian state of Kerala typically receives ten feet of rain during its annual spring monsoons, the state often experiences a severe water shortage d...

Residents In This City Will Be Hit With $500 Fine If They Don't Register Their Fireplaces

Residents in Montreal have recently been required to register all fireplaces and wood-burning stoves as part of a plan by the city to enforce tighter air-pollut...

Anonymous Launched Attacks Against Turkey For Supporting ISIS

The notorious group of hackers Anonymous has taken responsibility for a series of cyberattacks against Turkey. Anonymous accused the country of supporting the I...

Macedonia Seeking Help With Refugees As Winter Closes In

Macedonia remains a major transit destination where thousands of refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq are trying every day to reach their final destination...

Ancient Human Ancestors Might Have Survived Longer Than First Suspected

A 14,000 year old thigh bone fragment that was found in a Siberian cave more than 25 years ago might represent evidence of the unexpected survival of human ance...

Conservationist Flying 4,500 Miles In Motorized Parachute To Save Endangered Swan

It sounds like a plot from a movie, but one British conservationist is planning to fly 4,500 miles across the Russian Arctic using a motorized parachute called ...

World Food Program Combating Hunger In Revolutionary Way

The World Food Program is currently working on technology that would soon make long food lines and aid to needy people a thing of the past. For the past two yea...

This Underwater Hotel Will Be Able To Travel The Globe

An amazing new underwater hotel called the Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel has recently received patent and trademark approval. The hotel is set to be constructed...

Lightning Never Strikes The Same Spot Twice? That's Actually Not True

The theory that lightning never strikes the same place twice has been disproved, as research presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting shows that...

It's The Local Agencies That Will Make Renewable Energy Successful

At the United Nations Climate Summit in Paris, the world has finally agreed to eventually put an end to the use of fossil fuels in favor of a global society tha...

Power Of Chinese Yuan Spreads As Zimbabwe Adopts the Currency

The Chinese yuan is continuing to grow in popularity, as Zimbabwe has announced that the currency will soon be adopted as legal tender in the country. The annou...

Somalia Bans Christmas And New Years Celebrations As Anti-Islamic

There’s no holiday spirit in Somalia, as the predominantly Islamic country has banned the festivities of Christmas and New Year’s. According to the Somali M...