American literary icon Toni Morrison passed away aged 88. The Nobel Prize-winning author devoted her life to ensuring black lives and voices mattered through her literature.
Thousands have flocked to see the lost temple of Wat Nong Bua Yai in Thailand, after it was exposed following severe drought.
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The way we read may be changing, but all over the world people still love a good book. And none more so than the Microsoft founder and philanthropist .
The Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison has died at the age of 88 - leaving behind a body of literature. Here are 10 of her most thought-provoking quotes.
Here’s the winning entry in a UNICEF competition that asked young people to create a superhero to raise awareness of a global issue.
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Today's technology allows us to create incredibly detailed and accurate maps of the world, but in the past we've not been so lucky.
Researchers from MIT and Google Brain discover how to use deep learning to decipher ancient languages.
A new study of two fossils found in Greece shows that one of them is the oldest Homo sapiens specimen ever found outside Africa by more than 50,000 years.
This excerpt is from Mary Beard's book, "SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome". The book was chosen as the World Economic Forum Book Club's monthly book for July.
The world-famous tennis tournament has introduced several environmentally friendly initiatives to boost its eco credentials.
Mohamed Salah could be doing more for his adopted city of Liverpool than helping bring home the Champions League trophy for a sixth time.