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Immune discovery ‘may treat all cancer’
A newly-discovered part of our immune system could be harnessed to treat all cancers, say scientists. The Cardiff University team discovered a method of killing prostate, breast, lung and other cancers in lab tests. The findings, published in Nature Immunology, have not been tested in patients, but the researchers say
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Archaeology breakthrough: How bizarre ‘entranceway’ was discovered hidden in Incan ruins
ARCHAEOLOGISTS were surprised when they uncovered a bizarre “entranceway” on what they believe to be the ruins of an Incan leader’s tomb. The Incan Empire is considered by most scholars to have been the most developed in the Americas, dominating the Peruvian highlands until the last stronghold was conquered by the
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Archaeology news: Researchers make strange finding which could prove Bible story true
ARCHAEOLOGISTS believe they have unearthed a stone slab in Israel which has links to the Ark of Covenant. An ancient stone slab from an excavation of a temple just outside of Jerusalem could have connections to the Ark of Covenant, experts believe. The Ark of the Covenant is, according to
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Liverpool lift the FIFA Club World Cup trophy after a 1-0 victory over Flamengo
The Reds forward had hit the post in normal time, but with 99 minutes gone in Qatar he made no mistake when he rounded the goalkeeper and two covering defenders to slot home the winner. Jurgen Klopp praises Divock Origi and Liverpool’s unsung heroes after Club World Cup victory Roberto
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How Renaissance masters captured the Adoration of the Magi
From Leonardo to Botticelli, the arrival of the three Kings has been a staple subject of Renaissance masters. hink of Christmas paintings, and images of the Christ child surrounded by an ox and a donkey probably come to mind. But many Renaissance artists have focused on the figures of the three magi,
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Prête-moi Ton Rêve Is this the most important art show ever seen in Africa?
Fully organised and created by Africans, and featuring the continent’s finest contemporary artists, a touring exhibition is marking a bold new dawn Jems Robert Koko Bi may be hard to reach by phone, say museum officials. The sculptor is in a forest near Abidjan in his native Ivory Coast, convening
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9 Books From the 1930s That Resonate Today
Reading 1930s Literature as Past or Prediction The 1930s saw protectionist policies, isolationist doctrines, and a rise of authoritarian regimes worldwide. There were natural disasters that contributed to mass migrations. The Great Depression cut deep into the American economy and changed the way people lived day-to-day. Many of the books published during
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How a publishing error may have revealed China’s secret super missile
A centrefold graphic recently flourished intimate details of a Chinese bomber carrying a stark new weapon. State-controlled media has since gone into cover-up mode. But military analysts think Beijing may have been caught with its pants down. The government produced Modern Ships magazine has splashed high-resolution computer-generated images of China’s most recent
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The climate science is clear: it’s now or never to avert catastrophe
By Bill McKibben Disastrous global heating will soon become irrevocable – but despite politicians’ inaction millions are taking to the streets to fight the planet’s fever. The one thing never to forget about global warming is that it’s a timed test. It’s ignoble and dangerous to delay progress on any
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What is National Insurance in UK?
National Insurance is a tax paid by workers and the self-employed who are over 16, with the amount varying depending on how much you earn. Employers do make some contributions on behalf of their workers, but it again depends on how much they are paid. For employees, it is taken
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