Toto’s Africa to play on loop ‘for eternity’ in desertToto’s hit song Africa is set to “keep going for all eternity” thanks to a sound installation set up in the world’s oldest desert to play the track on loop.
3D printing helps heal spinal cord injuries in ratsHumans with severe spinal cord injuries have been offered hope by scientists who have successfully treated rats with the same condition.
China sprouts first plants on the moonSeeds taken to the far side of the moon as part of China’s lunar exploration mission have sprouted in a first for growing biological matter on the satellite.
Search under way after boy, two, falls in wellMore than 100 emergency workers have been scrambled to search for a toddler who fell into a deep and narrow well in Malaga.
Ivanka Trump to help select World Bank bossPresident Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, will help select a candidate to run the World Bank, a White House official has confirmed.
Sea levels may rise by metres as Antarctic ice melts fasterSea levels could rise by ‘metres’ because Antarctic ice is melting six times as quickly as before, scientists have warned.
Jayme Closs kidnapping: ‘Killer blasted front door’A 21-year-old man has admitted killing the parents of Jayme Closs and holding the teenager captive in a remote cabin for 88 days, according to a criminal complaint.
French officers accused of raping tourist at police HQTwo French policemen are on trial on charges of gang-raping a Canadian tourist at police headquarters in Paris almost five years ago.
No ticket, no visit: Machu Picchu cracks down on tourismIt’s on many people’s travel bucket list, but now access to Peru’s famous Machu Picchu has become more strictly regulated.
Trump confuses Nashville and New OrleansDonald Trump has deleted a tweet in which he confused Nashville and New Orleans as he prepared to visit a farming convention.