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12 September 2017 3:51 PM Family die falling into volcano crater

THREE members of the same family have died after falling into a 1000C volcanic crater near Naples, Italy. The Sun reports that one of the children - a boy aged 11 - is believed to have crossed a safety barrier and tumbled into the Solfatara Crater at Pozzuoli. The three who died were named as Massimiliano Carrer, 45, his wife Tiziana Zaramella, 42, and Lorenzo 40

19 May 2017 2:06 AM 'Overwatch' Anniversary Event To Add Three Arena Maps, Dance Emotes: Will We Finally See Doomfist?

Details regarding the upcoming Overwatch anniversary event have started to trickle out, with Blizzard about to add Arena maps and dance emotes into the popular multiplayer shooter. Blizzard is celebrating an awesome first year for Overwatch, and is planning to launch an anniversary event on May 23. Several official Overwatch Twitter accounts have uploaded 49

14 November 2016 9:55 PM Canberra's amateur astronomers travel for glimpse at supermoon

Keen amateur astronomers were expected to travel from Canberra's cloudy skies on Monday night in search of a better view of the biggest and brightest moon in nearly 70 years. From Sydney to Washington DC, spectators look up to the skies to catch sight of the brightest moon in almost 69 years. Canberra Astronomical Society secretary Fay Neil said rainy 32

11 October 2016 5:27 PM [Video] NASA captures UFO landing on moon’s crater

NASA released photos of UFO flying out then landing on the crater edge of the moon. With these images, people are starting to believe that UFOs indeed exist. According to Monstersandcritics.com, the images were captured during the Apollo 11 mission on July 20, 1969. However, the object in the photos was only noticed recently. A video footage of this UFO sighting 24

1 October 2016 9:24 PM Russia jets hit Aleppo, US wants diplomacy

Russian war planes struck rebel-held areas north of Aleppo as the army shelled the besieged old quarter in a major offensive, rebels and a monitoring group say. Russia was reported on Friday to be sending more warplanes to Syria to ramp up its air campaign as the United States said it had not yet given up on finding a diplomatic resolution. The latest 2

18 August 2016 9:03 AM Car bomb kills 3, wounds 100 in Turkey

At least three police officers have been killed and about 100 people wounded by a car bomb at a police station in the eastern Turkish city of Elazig. The blast came hours after a similar bombing killed three people elsewhere in the region. Footage on the CNN Turk channel showed offices inside the police station in ruins and filled with smoke after the bomb exploded 33

13 August 2016 2:49 PM Golden De Silva has Sri Lankans on top

Sri Lanka's knack for turning up an unsung hero when most needed in this golden series for the host nation has once again seen them wriggle off the hook to assert their authority in the third and final Test against a bewildered Australia. In the series opener it was 21-year-old batting prodigy Kusal Mendis and debutant wrist spinner Lakshan Sandajan 39 1

20 July 2016 9:24 PM Long-Ago Giant Impact May Have Created Moon's Mysterious Grooves

A baby planet at least as large as New Jersey that smashed into the moon billions of years ago might have created the mysterious grooves that score the lunar surface, a new study suggests. This finding could shed light on a violent era of impacts that once bombarded Earth and the rest of the inner solar system, researchers said. Scientists investigated 139

20 July 2016 5:53 PM Moon’s Imbrium Basin formed by protoplanet-sized asteroid impact

“We show that Imbrium was likely formed by an absolutely enormous object, large enough to be classified as a protoplanet,” said Pete Schultz, professor of Earth, environmental and planetary sciences at Brown University. “This is the first estimate for the Imbrium impactor’s size that is based largely on the geological features we see on the Moon.” Previous 25

27 May 2016 10:51 AM Italy's Mount Etna volcano erupts again

CATANIA, Italy (Reuters) - Italy's Mount Etna, Europe's highest and most active volcano, has once again erupted, spewing red torrents of lava into the sky. Wednesday's eruption was short but explosive, with bubbling lava filling one of the craters the whole day. There was still some sporadic activity on Thursday. Mountain guides working on the 3,330 meter 34