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Scorpio Horoscope today

Jun 12, 2021 - You may feel like a puppy that has been let outside for the first time, Scorpio. The air is warm and you're full of energy. You're ready to run over the fields and hills. Unfortunately, you're tied to a stake and you can't move beyond a ten-foot radius. Your heart is ready to f

10,000-year-old DNA pens the first tales of the earliest domesticated goats

New research has revealed the genetic makeup of the earliest goat herds. The findings, assimilated from DNA taken from the remains of 32 goats that died some 10,000 years ago in the Zagros mountains, provide clues to how early agricultural practices shaped the evolution of these animals.  

Cancer Horoscope today

Jun 7, 2021 - A good tactic today would be to convert your fears to motivation for positive action. You have a great deal of energy at your disposal, Cancer. Don't waste it. Be aware that it's one of those situations when the smallest comment or insult may set off a chain reaction of misinfor

Bonjour! France Welcoming Back (Vaccinated) Tourists

A stroll in Pablo Picasso's footsteps in Montmartre; breathing in the scents of Provence; a humbling walk along D-Day beaches: These and all of France's other attractions will once again become easily accessible to most foreign tourists from next week — if they are vaccinated. France is put

Archaeologists Unearth Gold Object Dating to Early Bronze Age

Archaeologists working in the district of Tübingen in southwest Germany have discovered the region's earliest gold object to date. It is a spiral ring of gold wire unearthed from the grave of an Early Bronze Age woman. The woman's grave was located not far from a group of other Early Bronze

How staring at screens can affect your vision

If you stare at a computer monitor or cellphone too long and then experience temporary blurry vision, it's likely because the moisture layer on the front surface of your eye is getting dry. "If that tear film is not smooth and even, and of the right quality and quantity, vision does tend to be co

Capricorn Horoscope today

May 28, 2021 - This is a great day to strut your stuff, Capricorn. You're on top of the world, so enjoy it, your family, and the people around you. You're at the forefront of the action and you don't miss a beat, regardless of the conversation buzzing around you. You're able to whip out facts

Dubai Safari Park to close for the season on May 31

The Dubai Safari Park, one of the leading leisure destinations, will close its doors for the season-ending May 31, authorities have announced.The closure will allow the park officials to protect its animals from any health risks due to the high summer temperatures. During this period, the park's f

Gemini Horoscope today

May 25, 2021 - Minor ailments may awaken a new determination to improve your health. You feel especially energetic today, Gemini, so you might go to the gym. Just don't overdo it. You might also be considering several changes you'd like to make in your home or workplace. Give them careful tho

New Yorkers enjoy new park floating on Hudson River

A new public park skimming the surface of the Hudson River atop 132 concrete "tulips" opened Friday for New Yorkers eager to emerge from a year of onerous pandemic restrictions. Little Island, which can be accessed free-of-charge by two pedestrian bridges, offers lush green spaces and scenic view

Leo Horoscope today

May 20, 2021 - There are some wonderful surprises in store for you, Leo. They could come in the form of a new career opportunity or potential dates. With the current planetary aspects, you can avail yourself of the best ways to find personal and professional fulfillment. Don't hesitate to be

How to heal a broken heart

We have all experienced heartbreak at some point in our life. Betrayal, rejection and abandonment might have been some of the reasons behind it. In these moments, we question and  commit or re-commit to the idea that we will never allow ourselves to hurt again. When we do that, we hold o

Long working hours are a killer, new study shows

Working long hours is killing hundreds of thousands of people a year in a worsening trend that may accelerate further due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization said on Monday. In the first global study of the loss of life associated with longer working hours, the paper in the jo

Capricorn Horoscope today

May 16, 2021 - Today is a great time to form or strengthen romantic relationships, Capricorn. If you aren't involved, chances are you will meet someone. If you are, expect your relationship to develop a new spiritual bond. New friendships, particularly with people who share your interests, ar

Europe woos tourists with cash, cafes and COVID-free islands

From France to Greece, Europe's top tourist destinations are gearing up to welcome visitors back this summer after the coronavirus pandemic wrecked last year's season. The European Commission is working on a "Digital Green Pass" that would provide proof of vaccination and COVID-19 test results, w

Egypt unearths 250 tombs dating back 4,200 years

Around 250 tombs dating back around 4,200 years have been unearthed by archaeologists in Egypt. The country’s archaeological mission of the Supreme Council of Antiquities made the finds in the southern province of Sohag. The graves, discovered in Sohag’s Al-Hamidiyah cemetery, includ

Archaeologists uncover Neanderthal remains in caves near Rome

Archaeologists discovered the remains of nine Neanderthals at a prehistoric site near Rome, Italy's Culture ministry said on Saturday. Eight of the remains are dated to between 50,000 and 68,000 years ago, while one, the oldest, is dated to between 90,000 and 100,000 years ago, the ministry said

Cairo to extend initiative supporting internal tourism until the end of May

The Egyptian Ministries of Civil Aviation, Tourism and Antiquities has announced the extension of the internal tourism support initiative until May 31. In a joint statement, the two ministries said that the decision was in accordance with the directives of Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly