North Korea threatened South Korea with final destruction during a debate at the United Nations Conference on Disarmament on Tuesday, saying it could take further steps after a nuclear
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With activists killed in Brazil, Cambodia, the Philippines, and elsewhere, 2012 may have been the worst year yet for violence against those working to protect the environment.
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Egypt's campaign to shut down smuggling tunnels running under its border into the Gaza Strip threatens to throw thousands of Palestinians out of work in the Hamas-run enclave.The network
In a blow for UK universities, a panel of Indian educationalists has recommended that students with a masters degree from the UK take additional credits at Indian universities to be eligible for government jobs or higher study in India.
New technology may herald a third industrial revolution, as it is possible to print anything drawn on paper as three-dimensional objects.
Fresh links on the latest in MOOC land: MOOCs get some cred through American Council of Edu, a Coursera/edX smackdown by an MIT student, Clay Shirky says MOOCs are the Napster of EDU.
Ong Hui Juan spent nearly four years working in a British bank in Singapore, but decided to leave last year ...
When Albert Anarwat applied to the for-profit Aristotle University, in California, the Ghanaian student said he asked the university if the institution was accredited.
From his backyard in downtown Buffalo, New York, self-titled space cowboy Alan Friedman is capturing images of the sun...