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The mummy was found in one of two tombs that probably date back to dynasties of the New Kingdom.
Environmental groups are lobbying the government and retailers to catch up with other countries on cutting plastic littering and marine pollution.
State media outlets all reported on the campaign, saying it had gone viral, and the hashtag received multiple endorsements from Russian athletes and celebrities.
The report in the journal 'Cell' shows it is possible to avoid cutting genes by accident with the precision medicine technique, nicknamed 'molecular scissors.'
Shazam, which is based in London, said last year that it had reached one billion downloads on smartphones.
The symbolic pledge was written with the help of Palau's children. President Tommy Remengesau said it was about preserving the environment for future generations.
While the numbers are slowly improving, the 10 December prize ceremony will be an all-male affair for the second straight year.
Scalper bots relentlessly check retail websites planning sales on hot toys to determine if pages go live a few seconds ahead of schedule, according to Iluz.
Touted as the "world's most powerful rocket," the Falcon Heavy is designed to one day carry crew and supplies to deep space destinations such as the Moon and Mars.
Schmidt has agreed to be deported back to Germany after his sentence is completed.
Rights groups lashed out at tech giant Apple for bowing to government pressure.
The oil-rich Gulf nation has already announced ambitious plans to become the first Arab country to send an unmanned probe to orbit Mars by 2021, naming it "Hope".
The looming hikes have been attributed to the weak rand, South Africa’s ailing economy and rising taxes.
New laws passed in May ban homeowners from leasing property for less than three months without approval from authorities.
China’s biggest social network and gaming company is partly owned by South African media giant Naspers.
The taxis are powered electronically and have wifi, USB chargers and a contactless payment card reader.
The car giant and a Japanese mobile game company are to test their new driverless service called Easy Ride.
The breakthrough demonstrates the potential for fucoidan to be safely used as a complementary cancer therapy alongside traditional chemotherapy.
Regulators on Friday froze the country's world first public immunisation programme that has seen more than 733,000 schoolchildren receive the Dengvaxia vaccine.
YouTube is taking stern actions to protect its users against inappropriate content with stricter policies and larger enforcement teams.
The 68 companies that make up the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism include Facebook, Google and Instagram.
Some 93 percent of 6- to 12-year-olds in the US have access to tablets or smartphones, and two-thirds have a smartphone or tablet of their own.
The fins of the MantaDroid, developed by Singaporean scientists, propel it at a speed of seven-tenths of a metre every second.
The Philippines on Friday suspended the programme after more than 733,000 people had been immunised, responding to information it could cause severe dengue. would like to send you push notifications.
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