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The right to own guns is ingrained in the American psyche, but in a town in Georgia it's also the law.
In China’s sprawling Xinjiang region, where the population is growing and cotton farming is booming, a key river has been running dry in summer.
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UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi has ordered a top campus official to conduct a %22comprehensive review%22 of accusations that two university neurosurgeons conducted unauthorized research on dying brain cancer patients.
A British Supreme Court ruling could pave the way for a "flood" of appeals from private colleges and overseas students against a significant number of government immigration decisions, lawyers have said.
A team of researchers from Tel Aviv University has uncovered a hoard of real-life buried treasure at the Crusader castle of Arsur (also known as Apollonia), a stronghold located between the ancient ports of Jaffa and Caesarea ...
Tensions over immigration bedevil many nations, but what makes the clash here particularly striking is that most of Singapore’s population was already ethnic Chinese.
An Egyptian athlete has claimed the country's Olympic team was given fake Nike uniforms.