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Paleo-Indians changed Latin America; rock art in caves and on cliff faces proves it

India, April 12 -- Humans first crossed into the American continent from Asia via the Bering Strait in several waves of migration between 25,000-15,000 years ago. The migrating hunter-gatherers found ... Read More


Weathering: How racism impacts the body on a cellular level

India, April 12 -- We know health outcomes frequently differ based on race. The 'Weathering theory' could help explain why, at least in the US. Rocks, soils and minerals - the elements that make up th... Read More


Putin orders 150,000 conscripts into military service

Dhaka, April 1 -- Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to enrol 150,000 conscripts into the military, a document posted on the Kremlin's website showed on Sunday. All men in Russia are re... Read More


Ukraine seeks India's help in ending war with Russia

Dhaka, March 31 -- India's potential role as a mediator with Moscow, and its position as a vanguard of the Global South, is coming into focus for Ukraine as it seeks to expand international support fo... Read More


Would you eat lab-grown beef rice?

India, March 26 -- Researchers in South Korea have created a hybrid rice with lab-grown beef cells. They say their 'beef rice' could become a sustainable source of protein. Protein is essential for a ... Read More


Sudan faces catastrophic hunger as conflict blocks aid

Dhaka, March 26 -- For the activists who have been running the communal kitchen in Sudan's regional capital El Fasher for the past year, the United Nation's latest warning of "catastrophic hunger" fel... Read More


Afghanistan's Taliban strive to expand regional links

Dhaka, March 26 -- Kabul witnessed a flurry of diplomatic activity at the end of January, with 11 countries accepting the Taliban's invitation to attend an international conference dubbed "Afghanistan... Read More


10 killed in Haiti amid ongoing tensions

Dhaka, March 20 -- At least 10 people were found dead on Monday in a wealthy suburb of Haiti's capital, as gang violence takes grip of the country amid political instability following the announcement... Read More


Russia makes geopolitical pivot to Asia

Dhaka, March 19 -- Vladimir Putin has cemented his place in Russian history, with a controversial re-election victory securing him a fifth term as the country's president. With opposition non-existent... Read More


Crimea: 10 years on, fight to liberate peninsula continues

Dhaka, March 18 -- When Russia illegally annexed the Ukrainian region of Crimea in 2014, tens of thousands of people fled the southern peninsula. Some of these exiles joined Ukraine's armed forces in ... Read More