What should you know on World Hepatitis Day?
Permalink

What should you know on World Hepatitis Day?

Hepatitis is a disease that causes inflammation of the liver, which can lead to fibrosis,…

Continue Reading →

World’s largest astronomical project awaits visitors to Chile
Permalink

World’s largest astronomical project awaits visitors to Chile

As the largest astronomical project in the world, ALMA, or Atacama Large Millimeter and Sub-millimeter…

Continue Reading →

What can you see by the largest telescope in the world?
Permalink

What can you see by the largest telescope in the world?

As the largest astronomical project in the world, ALMA, or Atacama Large Millimeter and Sub-millimeter…

Continue Reading →

Xinhua, Argentinean Senate to exchange news, information
Permalink

Xinhua, Argentinean Senate to exchange news, information

A warm hug between Argentinean Vice President and Senate President Amado Boudou and Chinese Ambassador…

Continue Reading →

Venezuelan gov’t marks 61st birthday of Hugo Chavez
Permalink

Venezuelan gov’t marks 61st birthday of Hugo Chavez

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, along with his government cabinet, Tuesday in Caracas commemorated the 61st…

Continue Reading →

Metropolitan Museum draws record visitors in past year
Permalink

Metropolitan Museum draws record visitors in past year

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City announced on Monday that it drew…

Continue Reading →

China matters in Greek recovery: expert
Permalink

China matters in Greek recovery: expert

The “Europe and the UK after the Greek Debacle” forum took place on 27 July…

Continue Reading →

Chinese firm sponsors Africa youth into ICT
Permalink

Chinese firm sponsors Africa youth into ICT

AVIC International, a Chinese Holding Corporation in conjunction with the Ministry of Education Science and…

Continue Reading →

Jewish Quarter, the last historical legacy of Egypt’s Jews
Permalink

Jewish Quarter, the last historical legacy of Egypt’s Jews

The “Jewish Quarter” is a Jewish-populated residential area in Cairo, where Jews, Muslims and Christians…

Continue Reading →

Turkey: Oiled-up wrestlers compete in ancient tradition
Permalink

Turkey: Oiled-up wrestlers compete in ancient tradition