UN Security Council mourns victims of London terror attack
The UN Security Council on Thursday observed a minute of silence in tribute to the memory of victims of a terror attack in London.
Two-thirds of cancer mutations caused by "bad luck": study
Nearly two-thirds of cancer mutations are attributable to random DNA copying errors that occur naturally as healthy cells divide.
Supermassive black hole found kicked out of galactic core: NASA
A supermassive black hole has been found kicked out of the center of a distant galaxy by what could be the power of gravitational waves, NASA said.
Rouhani to make "historical visit" to Moscow on March 27
Iran's President Rouhani will make an official visit to Moscow next week at invitation of his Russian counterpart Putin.
Interview: EU "multi-speed" integration meant as inclusive path
"The idea of a multi-speed Europe is nothing new, but a reality within the bloc," a prominent Italian analyst said.
Interview: UNDP says China makes huge contribution to human development
China has made a huge contribution to human development, said UNDP Administrator Helen Clark.
New probe to go after protein biomarkers for cancer clues
Circulating tumor cells are believed to be a potentially rich source of information about a person's cancer.
Research shows how dinosaurs took to skies as birds
A 145-million-year-old fossil discovered in China has helped scientists discover for the first time the evolution of bird legs.