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'It's alive!' Well, nearly: Frankenstein monster may be missing dinosaur link

'It's alive!' Well, nearly: Frankenstein monster may be missing dinosaur link

Experts in 2015 first tied the Chilesaurus with the suborder of meat eating dinosaurs called theropods, despite being a vegetarian. They say it lived about 150 million years ago, during the late Jurassic period. This group includes Stegosaurus and Triceratops , so-called "bird-hipped" dinosaurs that developed quasi-beaks for eating and bird-like hips. A dinosaur that puzzled researchers thanks to the incredibly puzzling design of its body finally has its place in history thanks to a ...


Trump says Kim made 'wise and reasoned' decision

Trump says Kim made 'wise and reasoned' decision

While the state media of North Korea declared the U.S. was sitting on "the knife edge of life and death" as the threat for the nuclear war appeared, this shows how effective the launch had been. President Donald Trump says in a tweet that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "made a very wise and reasonable decision" amid indications his country has decided not to proceed with its multiple missile launch toward Guam.


Both sides are to blame for Charlottesville violence

Both sides are to blame for Charlottesville violence

Trump tweeted Wednesday that he was ending both his Manufacturing Council and his Strategic and Policy Forum "rather than putting pressure" on their members, adding: " Thank you all! ". "On top of that he is the nexus of hatred, of a vile ideology, of bigotry, of anti-Semitism and white supremacy". Trump appeared to be making an effort to get ahead of the news as the councils began to disintegrate.


Sessions: Charlottesville vehicle attack could be a hate crime

Sessions: Charlottesville vehicle attack could be a hate crime

The FBI is investigating the incident and Department of Justice has opened a civil rights investigation into the violence by these groups in Charlottesville, Virginia, a University town about 193 kilometres southwest of Washington . Scores of federal and local law enforcement officials are working together to gather evidence before determining whether the matter should proceed in the federal or state system or both, the official said.


Zambian opposition leader goes free after state drops treason charges

Zambian opposition leader goes free after state drops treason charges

The freed opposition leader says the elections were rigged and has subsequently refused to recognise Lungu as president. Just before the start of the trial in Lusaka on Wednesday, prosecutors entered a "nolle prosequi", indicating that they are no longer willing to press the charges against Hichilema or his co-accused.