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Drought and risk of landslides have become an issue for the world's largest hydroelectric project.
The island of Dominica will begin shipping billions of gallons of its river water to parched countries.
The erosion is attributed to a rise in sea level, along with the construction of seawalls and jetties.
NASA has confirmed that the plume created by a lunar impact indicates the presence of water.
Drop seems to be a combination of Brazil's monitoring efforts and the global economic crisis.
Strict rules on personal privacy have pitted the country against Google's visual street cataloging.
Research supports that elephants in the wild live longer and in better health than those in captivity.
Efforts to extract the Mars rover from a sandpit will start next week, but success is uncertain.
By activating the tumor suppressor p53, a new drug may slow the malignancy, a study in mice shows.
New services promise to match couples based on biological compatibility, though experts remain skeptic.