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Modern Human Brain Structures Developed 1.5 To 1.7 Million Years Ago

Modern human brain structures developed 1.5 to 1.7 million years ago in the African Homo populations and after they had already begun walking on...

Kenya Third African Country to Roll Out World’s First Malaria Vaccine

Kenya has become the third African country to roll out the world’s first malaria vaccine. Young children in eight western Kenyan counties will receive...

Widespread Use of Charcoal for Cooking in African Cities can Cause Devastating Damage to Forests

The widespread use of charcoal for cooking in African cities can cause devastating damage to forests up to 300 kilometers away, scientist Sebastian Rodriguez-Sanchez...

A Study of Africa’s Bush Elephants

A study of the African bush elephant's vast network of deep wrinkles has found it is intricately designed to help the elephants keep their...

Thirty percent African elephants wiped out in 7 years between 2007 and 2014

New York, September 1, 2016: Elephant populations in Africans declined by as much as 30 percent between 2007 and 2014, the Result of a pan-African...

When Bees help Humans and Elephants survive in Kenya

Kenyan elephants are not restricted to wildlife sanctuaries or reserves, hence continuous harm by them to the locals and their lands and farms is...

Dark cloud of White supremacism: US church shooting revives 2012 Wisconsin gurdwara attack memories

Washington: The shooting in a historic US church on Wednesday night has come to haunt those who lost their dear ones in a similar traumatic...

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By Dr. Kumar Mahabir The government of Guyana should be highly commended for honoring Dr. Walter Rodney, who was killed in a bomb blast on...

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By Mark Richter If you ask a few broadband internet users about satellite internet connection, the reviews would probably not be good because of lower...

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By Salil Gewali Just about two weeks back I was coincidentally confronted with the most contrasting situation in a market. On the one hand a...