Boeing 737 crashes minutes after takeoff from Cubas Havana

A Boeing 737 belonging to Cubana de Aviacion – Cuba’s national carrier – crashed moments after it took off from Havana’s┬áJose Marti International Airport on Friday. Media reports quoting eyewitness accounts said that a fire on the plane – carrying 104 passengers – could be seen from the ground before it came hurling down on […]

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Bengal Safari’s tiger Shila is pregnant

Get ready for ‘special new arrival’ of a tiger cub from Bengal Safari here, as Shila, the only female tiger in the Bengal Safari’s tiger enclose is pregnant. The authorities have started special care for the animal. Although, the officials have not yet confirmed the animal’s pregnancy, but they have a special medical team in […]

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Ebola is Back: 2 Confirmed Cases in Congo

Health officials confirm an Ebola outbreak in the central African nation of Democratic Republic of Congo. The outbreak is located near the Ebola River, which gave the disease its name after it was first discovered there back in the 1970s. Seventeen people died in the last couple of months, possibly from Ebola, although those deaths […]

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Cow may be biggest mammal if humans keep up extinctions Study

Oslo: The spread of humans around the world from Africa thousands of years ago wiped out big mammals in a shrinking trend that could make the cow the biggest mammal on Earth in a few centuries` time, a scientific study said on Thursday. The spread of hominims – early humans and relatives such as Neanderthals […]

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