A kiwi-designed device which generates electricity by ocean wave power is one step closer to breaking into the massive US energy market.
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China's banks are coming after the country's steel traders, hauling executives into court to chase down loans that some traders said they didn't initially need and can't now repay.
Some 2,600 foreign students affected by the London Metropolitan University (LMU) visa ban have been given until at least 1 December to find a new course.
For two years, as a journalism professor in the United Arab Emirates, Matt Duffy struck a delicate balance.
Paul Watson, the fugitive head of the international marine activism group Sea Shepherd who is wanted by police on three continents, plans to avoid arrest by staying at sea as long as possible.
As thousands of Russian high school graduates enter universities on Saturday, a hotly debated bill to reform the nation's education system is inching forward.
A Marseille senator has called for military intervention in France’s second city as inter-gang violence, fueled by the drug trade and typified by the use of AK-47 assault rifles, spirals out of control. Not everyone agrees.
Household registration restrictions on "migrant students" to take the national college entrance exam (NCEE) should be eased beginning from the end of this year
Of the 1.9 crore adults who enrolled for the government’s adult literacy programme, Saakshar Bharat, since 2009, an overwhelming 72% were women.
Scientists say this year’s record declines in Arctic sea ice extent and volume are powerful evidence that the giant cap of ice at the top of the planet is on a trajectory to largely disappear in summer within a decade or two, with profound global consequences.