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1 November 2017 6:29 PM NZ thumped in first T20

Three New Zealand dropped catches and a record Indian opening partnership saw the hosts triumph by 53 runs in the opening Twenty20 cricket international at Delhi. India's 202 for three was the highest total in five T20Is at the venue; the visitors' batting fizzled under the pressure to finish at 149 for eight. The Black Caps were left reeling at 18 for two after 8

1 November 2017 11:28 AM Israel in top 8 tourism source markets for Belarus in H1 2017

MINSK, 1 November (BelTA) – Israel made it to the top 8 tourism source markets for Belarus in H1 2017, trailing only Russia, Austria, China, Germany, Poland, Turkey, and Switzerland, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Israel Vladimir Skvortsov said in an interview with the IsraGeo magazine, BelTA has learned. “Belarus maintains 22

26 October 2017 2:31 PM Ancient Skull Fragment Likely Belongs to Oldest Known Tsunami Victim

A 6,000-year-old skull found in Papua New Guinea is the earliest record of a human killed in a tsunami, according to new research published this week. Back in 1929, Australian geologist Paul Hossfeld uncovered a partial human skull outside the coastal town of Aitape in Papua New Guinea. An international team of scientists recently returned to the site in an effort 1

25 October 2017 8:05 PM Ancient Papua New Guinea skull called oldest-known tsunami victim

WASHINGTON: A mysterious partial skull unearthed in Papua New Guinea in 1929 that once was thought to belong to an extinct human species now turns out to have another unique distinction. Scientists believe it belongs to the oldest-known human tsunami victim. Researchers said on Wednesday that new examinations of the sediments where the 6,000-year-old 1

25 October 2017 6:02 PM Ancient skull 'oldest tsunami victim'

An ancient human skull discovered in Papua New Guinea is likely to have belonged to the world's oldest-known tsunami victim, scientists say. The skull was discovered in 1929 near the town of Aitape and originally attributed to the Homo erectus species, an ancestor of modern humans. However, scientists now say the area was once a coastal lagoon that was hit by a tsunami 5

20 October 2017 11:51 PM Kiwi women better in bed than men

A dating website has tried to put to bed the question of who is best in the sheets. Saucy Dates asked 22,753 straight users to rate the last people they had slept with on a scale of zero (worst ever) to 10 (best ever), and what country their sexual partners came from. Kiwi men scored a four ("bad") while women came in slightly higher, with six ("quite 10

19 October 2017 8:23 PM Best and worst lovers in the world revealed

A new survey has revealed the best and worst lovers in the world - and Australia did not underperform. Australian men ranked among the hottest lovers, topping the male list along with the United States and South Africa. All three countries received an eight out of 10 in the survey conducted by online dating site Saucy Dates, meaning they were considered 11

15 October 2017 5:41 PM London police receive new assault claims against Weinstein

LONDON — British police are investigating three new allegations of sexual assault against film producer Harvey Weinstein, all made by the same woman. London’s Metropolitan Police force said Sunday that the woman reported being assaulted in London in 2010, 2011 and 2015. The force said officers from its Child Abuse and Sexual Offenses Command are investigating 7

15 October 2017 2:45 AM Weinstein expelled from Academy

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has expelled Oscar-winning producer Harvey Weinstein amid allegations that he sexually harassed or assaulted a number of women over the past three decades. In a statement on Saturday it said that its 54-member board of governors "voted well in excess of the required two-thirds majority to immediately expel 9

15 October 2017 2:45 AM Academy kicks out disgraced Harvey Weinstein

Expulsion made at emergency meeting of 54-member board of governors who voted 'well in excess of the required two-thirds majority' LOS ANGELES: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences expelled Harvey Weinstein on Saturday amid mounting sexual harassment, assault and rape accusations against the disgraced Hollywood mogul. An emergency meeting 9