Carrot juice every day for 8 months cured woman's cancer
Ann Cameron was heartbroken when she found that she had colon cancer. In June, 2012, she entered its third phase, which terrified her because her husband had died of lung cancer in 2005, though he had been getting chemotherapy. She decided to explore some alternative treatments ...
11-years old Indian-American genius graduates with three degrees

11-years old Indian-American genius graduates with three degrees

27.05.2015 [15:11]
An Indian-American home- schooled boy has surprised one and all by graduating from a US college at the age of 11 with three associate degrees in maths, science and foreign language studies ...
Germany’s Merkel still world’s most powerful woman—Forbes

Germany’s Merkel still world’s most powerful woman—Forbes

27.05.2015 [14:28]
For the fifth consecutive year, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been named as the world’s most powerful woman by Forbes magazine as revealed by its annual list of World’s 100 Most Powerful Women which was released Tuesday, according to Newsinfo ...
China nursing home fire kills 38 in Henan

China nursing home fire kills 38 in Henan

26.05.2015 [16:50]
A fire at a care home for elderly people in China's Henan province has killed 38 people, state media report. Another six people were injured in the fire, which broke out at the privately run Kangleyuan home in Pingdingshan city on Monday night ...
Eastern Japan shaken by 5.6 magnitude quake, no tsunami warning

Eastern Japan shaken by 5.6 magnitude quake, no tsunami warning

26.05.2015 [11:46]
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.6 shook Tokyo and surrounding areas on Monday, but no tsunami warning was issued, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. The quake was centered in Ibaraki prefecture just northeast ...
Cannes 2015: Jacques Audiard's Dheepan wins Palme d'Or

Cannes 2015: Jacques Audiard's Dheepan wins Palme d'Or

25.05.2015 [20:14]
The 68th annual Cannes Film Festival came to a close Sunday night with the main competition awards ceremony at the Palais des Festivals. The top prize, the Palme d'Or, was awarded to Dheepan, directed by Jacques Audiard. The film follows a former soldier, a young woman and a little ...
Ankara expects Turkish Stream gas pipeline to be launched after 2017

Ankara expects Turkish Stream gas pipeline to be launched after 2017

24.05.2015 [14:23]
Turkey expects that the Turkish Stream gas pipeline is likely to be launched after 2017, Turkish Ambassador to Russia Umit Yardim told Interfax. Turkey and Russia "have not yet reached the stage of the project's start," he said ...

Latvia and Belarus sign protocol on facilitation of cross-border traffic for border residents

22.05.2015 [17:59]
Latvia and Belarus have inked a protocol on the amendments to the agreement between on facilitation of local border traffic by border residents. The document was signed by Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics ...

Harvard tops list of world university rankings again but Cambridge and Oxford lead continuing climb for UK institutions

22.05.2015 [10:41]
Harvard may have topped this year’s list of the best universities worldwide by reputation, but UK institutions Cambridge and Oxford have come in at second and third place, in a growing trend seeing UK institutions rising up the world rankings in recent years ...
Coast Guard responding to oil spill in Santa Barbara, California

Coast Guard responding to oil spill in Santa Barbara, California

21.05.2015 [19:04]
A 24-inch (61-cm) pipeline belonging to Plains All American Pipeline LP ruptured and leaked several gallons of oil into the ocean off Santa Barbara County in California on Tuesday, the U.S. Coast Guard said. The spill is 4 miles (6.4 km) in width and 50 yards (46 meters) into the water and ...
Russia may consider Putin's visit to Japan

Russia may consider Putin's visit to Japan

21.05.2015 [14:21]
A spokesperson for the Russian president has said Vladimir Putin will consider visiting Japan if he is officially invited, according to NHK World News. Earlier on Wednesday, Vice President Masahiko Koumura of Japan's governing ...

PAF jets kill 13 terrorists in North Waziristan

21.05.2015 [11:27]
At least 13 suspected terrorists were killed when PAF fighter jets pounded several militant hideouts in Datta Khel area of North Waziristan on Wednesday morning, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) reported, according to Daily Times. According to the ISPR, five militant ...
French PM rejects EU refugee quota initiative

French PM rejects EU refugee quota initiative

20.05.2015 [21:14]
France has joined a list of nations opposing the latest EU initiative on tackling the immigration crisis in Europe by issuing strict quotas to member states for accepting refugees over the next two years, according to Russia Today. “I am against the introduction of quotas for migrants ...
Burundi delays parliamentary elections after protests

Burundi delays parliamentary elections after protests

20.05.2015 [19:59]
Local and parliamentary elections scheduled for May 26 to now take place on June 2, according to president's advisor. Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza has delayed by a week local and parliamentary elections set for May 26, after nearly a month of political unrest and a failed military coup in the east ...
Norwegian cruise ship freed after crashing into reef off Bermuda's coast

Norwegian cruise ship freed after crashing into reef off Bermuda's coast

20.05.2015 [18:12]
A cruise ship carrying nearly 3,500 passengers and crew spent the early hours of Wednesday anchored off Bermuda after being grounded on a reef close to the British island, according to Mashable. Norwegian Cruise Line said a rising tide helped free the ship and push it into deeper water ...
Tiny spiders 'rain' down in Australian town

Tiny spiders 'rain' down in Australian town

20.05.2015 [16:25]
Drought-ridden Australia needs all the rain it can get, but earlier this month something other than precipitation fell from the sky. Millions of tiny spiders appeared to rain down on a rural town as they "flew" and landed in spider webs as part of a "migration ...
Italian mayors sell off houses for £1 in hope of keeping villages alive

Italian mayors sell off houses for £1 in hope of keeping villages alive

19.05.2015 [19:33]
Hopeful holiday home owners who are looking for some peace and quiet could bag a property for less than £1 in an idyllic Italian village. Local authorities of three increasingly empty Italian towns are hoping to attract new residents by cutting the prices of some of their houses to just 1€. ...
Death toll from Colombia landslide reaches 60

Death toll from Colombia landslide reaches 60

19.05.2015 [19:31]
The death toll from a massive landslide in northwestern Colombia has reportedly surpassed 60, with rescue teams still looking for survivors. Local officials said Tuesday that 61 people died and 37 others sustained injuries in the landslide that hit Colombia’s ...
Extreme athlete Dean Potter one of two people killed Base jumping in Yosemite

Extreme athlete Dean Potter one of two people killed Base jumping in Yosemite

19.05.2015 [11:36]
Two prominent Base jumpers, Dean Potter and Graham Hunt, died in a wingsuit accident in Yosemite national park this weekend. Potter, 43, was a climbing and wingsuit pioneer and the creator of “freebase,” a hybrid extreme sport that combined rock climbing without ...