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'Remains of the Day' author Ishiguro wins Nobel Literature Prize


2017-10-05

Stockholm announces British author Kazuo Ishiguro, best known for his novel "The Remains of the Day" , has won the 2017 Nobel Literature Prize. The 69-year-old author reacts to the news in London.

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The underground 'Parthenon' protecting Tokyo from floods


2020-10-12

It has been called Japan's underground "Parthenon," a cavernous complex charged with protecting Tokyo from catastrophic flooding -- a risk experts warn is growing as the climate changes.

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Greta Thunberg attends Stockholm climate strike


2020-10-09

Greta Thunberg attends a climate strike outside the Swedish parliament in Stockholm ahead of the announcement in Oslo of the Nobel Peace Prize, for which the climate activist was seen as a possible laureate.

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Intact brain cells discovered in skull of man killed in Vesuvius eruption


2020-10-07

Exceptionally well-preserved human brain cells were discovered in the remains of a victim who was killed by the eruption of Italy's Mount Vesuvius nearly 2,000 years ago, according to an article published in the magazine PLOS ONE. The cells were taken from the remains of a vitrified brain at the archaeological site of Herculaneum, near Pompei, an ancient city in southern Italy buried under volcanic rock in 79 AD. The victim is a young man in his twenties, whose body was found lying on a wooden bed during excavations in the 1960s.

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Elon Musk's SpaceX launches Starlink internet satellites


2020-10-06

Elon Musk's SpaceX launches a Falcon 9 rocket transporting 60 Starlink internet satellites from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Starlink, which is part of SpaceX, aims to build a high-speed global internet network.

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A US-British trio wins the Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering the liver-ravaging hepatitis C virus


2020-10-05

Harvey J. Alter, Charles M. Rice, and Michael Houghton jointly won the Nobel Prize for medicine for their discovery of the hepatitis C virus.