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Satellite imaging technique refined to improve plant growth monitoring2017-03-24
Researchers have refined a satellite imaging technique to better isolate the signal from plants alone, namely fluorescence.
Gruesome rape case underscores Trump supporters' concerns over illegal immigration2017-03-24
A gruesome rape case in the United States last week has grabbed headlines nationwide, sparking outrage from many supporters of President Donald Trump.
Mideast countries fume over U.S. ban on electronic devices2017-03-23
The U.S. ban of large-sized electronic devices on inbound flights from Middle East has triggered confusion and outrage in some listed countries, while Britain followed the U.S. ban with slight difference in its list.
Spotlight: Brazil struggles with yet another tainted meat scandal2017-03-22
Amid massive tainted meat scandal, Brazil is struggling to assure the safety of its meat exports.
Probe into Trump-Russia links likely to continue: U.S. experts2017-03-22
No smoking gun was unearthed at Monday's U.S.Congressional hearing on alleged Russian meddling in 2016 U.S.presidential race, but the probe is likely to continue, experts said.
U.S. bans laptops, tablets on some flights from Middle East, North Africa2017-03-21
The United States is banning electronic devices such as laptops and tablets from cabin luggage on certain flights originating from eight countries in the Middle East and North Africa, local media reported.
Peru confirms 75 people killed due to floods since December2017-03-21
Peru's National Emergency Operations Center (COEN) confirmed Monday that 75 people have died since December from floods and landslides caused by the El Ni?o weather phenomenon, along with 263 injured and 30 more missing.
Body of critically endangered vaquita porpoise found in Mexico2017-03-21
The body of a vaquita porpoise, one of the most endangered species in the world with around 60 left, was found in the Gulf of California in northwestern Mexico, seemingly after being trapped in illegal fishing nets.
U.S. to continue maintaining good ties with Chile, says President Bachelet2017-03-21
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet spoke on the phone with U.S.President Donald Trump on Sunday, discussing bilateral ties and the situation in Venezuela.
Brazil's president in damage control mode as countries stop meat imports2017-03-21
BRASILIA, March 20(Xinhua)--Brazil's President Michel Temer said Monday that the problems found in the frozen meat sector, during police raids on Friday, only affected a small part of the sector.
Peru President optimistic against flood as foreign aid arrives2017-03-21
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski sent a message of hope on Monday to the 10 million people living in Lima and other areas suffering from the consequences of torrential floods.
Armed man died after shooting at L.A. County sheriff's station2017-03-21
An armed man died in a shootout outside a Los Angeles County sheriff's station early Monday morning, according to local authorities.
White House defends Trump's wiretapping claim, playing down FBI's Russia-link probe2017-03-21
The White House on Monday defended President Donald Trump's claim that his predecessor Barack Obama had ordered wiretapping Trump Tower and played down FBI's probe into Russian election meddling.
U.S. banker David Rockefeller dies at 1012017-03-21
U.S. banker, philanthropist, David Rockefeller has died at the age of 101.
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