Nigeria is at war with Islamist sect Boko Haram and should not negotiate with its leaders who are mass murderers, Nigerian Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka said on Friday.President Goodluck
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For a clue to the possible impact of climate change on modern society, a study suggests a look back at the end of classic Maya civilization, which disintegrated into famine, war and collapse as a long-term wet weather pattern shifted to drought.
With one eye on Hitler and the lessons of 1930s Germany and Japan, a top banker is quietly trying to build his own Chinese revolution.
More than 10,000 Australian university students will receive grants to study in Asia and thousands more will have access to generous student loans as part of the federal government's strategy to strengthen engagement with the world’s most populous region.
Pope Benedict already has 1.2 billion followers in the standard sense of the word but he soon will have another type when he enters what for any 85 year old is the brave new world
New York City began rationing gasoline on Friday for the first time since the energy shortages of the 1970s, seeking to ease a fuel crisis in the U.S. Northeast brought on by devastating
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The role of climate change in the development and demise of classic Maya civilization, ranging from AD 300 to 1000, has been controversial for decades because of a lack of well-dated climate and archaeological evidence.
Intelligence agencies should take more seriously the implications of global warming, such as by doing more research on the likelihood of social upheaval, a report says.
Libraries used to be the main stewards of the cultural and scientific record. But in the era of digital storage “cloud computing,” the institutions best-positioned to manage vast quantities of data are often companies such as Google and Elsevier.