The Kremlin says the university will join the world's best in a decade, but skeptics say it will be hard to recruit to a place that is "unbearably freezing and windy."
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Apple's new iPhone 5 may have been criticised for its glitch-ridden new maps program, but it may have inadvertently provided a diplomatic solution to China and Japan's ongoing row over disputed islands.
Pakistan’s government on Saturday disassociated itself from the statement issued by its Federal Minister of Railways, Ghulam Ahmad Bilour over the bounty offered for the anti-Islam filmmaker, DawnNews reported.
When Frank Blango was pulled over in Melbourne and blew in the bag, he told police he did not have to accompany them to the station unless they showed him his alcohol reading.
A plug-in electric will cost up to $19,000 more over its lifetime
German scientists have unveiled a prototype 'climate control' airplane seat designed to make air travel more comfortable.
Iran could launch a pre-emptive strike on Israel if it was sure the Jewish state were preparing to attack it, a senior commander of its elite Revolutionary Guards was quoted as saying
The administration said it would continue to recognize as chairwoman a different professor than the Senate itself recognizes.
Royal Dutch Shell is taking Greenpeace International to court in an attempt to have it banned from holding any protest within 500 metres of Shell property or face a fine of $1.25 million.
As Americans debate what is most to blame for the nation's obesity epidemic, researchers say they have the strongest evidence yet that sugary drinks play a leading role and that eliminating