In a stunning reversal of previous government plans to mothball nuclear power plants, Japan's cabinet on Friday approved the Basic Energy Plan, making it the first comprehensive energy policy since the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant meltdown.
What's green and pink and sits in a lake? The answer may surprise you. China is planning to build the world's tallest towers, beating out Dubai's Burj Khalifa. China's Phoenix Towers will also be the most environmentally friendly towers in the world.
Black widows, female suicide bombers, are just as lethal as their arachnid counterparts, and perhaps more so because they can kill more than one victim at a time. Black widows are terrorists, but don't fit the typical stereotype of a militant terrorist.
Officials say a blizzard and avalanche in Nepal’s Himalayas climbing region have killed at least 20 people, including four Canadians. Dozens more trekkers are said to be missing after the powerful storm hit the region.
Students are usually clever in figuring out ways to get out of going to class, but in a small village in southern Kyrgyzstan, mother nature may have helped out this time. Since the beginning of spring an onslaught of snakes has kept a high school closed.
On Saturday, the culmination of decades of planning and work came to fruition when Beijing received the first flows of water from China's South-North Water Diversion Project. The water from South China traveled 1,200 kilometers or about 745 miles.
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New York City's Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island was evacuated Friday afternoon after reports that a suspicious package was found inside a locker, according to a senior law enforcement official and the National Park Service.