Looted 2,000-Year-Old Coin Worth USD 1 Million Handed Back To Israel

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Photo shows a coin that has a floral wreath with the letter D in the centre, undated photo. (Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

The United States has returned a rare silver quarter shekel coin was minted by Jewish rebels 2,000 years ago on Temple Mount – and that could be worth as much…

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New Satellite Data Lets Scientists Measure Arctic Sea-Ice Thickness All Year Round

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Image shows the view of the Arctic Ocean from the Alfred Wegener Institute's Polar 6 aircraft, undated footage. The research team from the city of Bremerhaven, Bremen, Germany developed a new method to measure arctic sea ice thickness in September 2022. (Alfred Wegener Institut, Esther Horvath/Newsflash)

Researchers have developed a new method to measure Arctic ice thickness and volume throughout the whole year by using satellite data. The international team consists of scientists from the Alfred…

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Canary Islands Approves Use Of COVID Passports To Visit Tourist Bars And Restaurants

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A sign notifying establishments are obliged to verify if their clients have the COVID-19 passport in order to enter in the Balearic Islands. (Newsflash)

The Canary Islands’ Superior Court has approved the use of the COVID Vaccine Passport for bars and restaurants in holiday hotspots across all the islands. The Superior Court of Justice…

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Decade Long Survey Finds Climate Change Is Pushing Isolate Reefs To Brink Of Collapse

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The Global Reef Expedition mission to the Chagos Archipelago in 2015 allowed an international team of scientists to study some of the most remote and undisturbed coral reefs in the world. (Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation,Phil Renaud/Newsflash)

A 10-year survey that studied coral reefs across the globe found that climate change and overfishing have pushed even the most isolated reefs to the brink. Researchers, who studied over…

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