National Catholic Register (blog) UFOs and the Real Roswell IncidentNational Catholic Register (blog)Recently, a New York Times article asked why UFO sightings were more prominent than ever and much more numerous across the United States than anywhere else. Pope Francis, when once asked about the possibility of alien life, replied that it was a …
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Zee News Aliens or cosmic rays? Chinese satellite detects unexpected signalsZee NewsNew Delhi: Are aliens at our doorstep? UFO and alien-related findings are a hot topic among people across the world and this time, a Chinese satellite has detected some mysterious signals that might be an indication towards aliens visiting our planet …and more »
The study predicted that by 2020, liver disease will have overtaken heart disease with 80,000 working years lost annually. Alcohol and obesity are the main causes of liver issues.
David Attwood, 66, and his wife Gillian, 64, visited Folkestone from Hastings to see the Folkestone Triennial in September this year but fear now they may face a battle in court after losing an appeal.
The British Prime Minister slammed the president on Wednesday after he retweeted anti-Muslim videos posted by the leader of the far right Britain First.
Anthony Senerchia, 46, of Pelham, New York, was the man who first inspired the ALS ice bucket challenge – which has been taken by celebrities including British race car champ Lewis Hamilton.
Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show models are being slammed after a video emerged appearing to show several of the young women saying the N-word while singing.
Oliver Hall, 24, from Portsmouth, was died while trying to clear mines in Raqqa. He left Britain to the war-torn country in August, with no previous military training.
Duncan Selbie, of Public Health England (PHE), said local authorities which are allowing the signature red truck to stop in their area should ‘reflect on whether it’s in the best interests of the health’.