Grim discovery | Sinkhole that ISIS used to dump victims’ bodies discovered in Iraq

A sinkhole where the so-called Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL) allegedly executed and dumped bodies of several victims was found near the city of Tal Afar, west of Mosul, as a part of campaign to exhume suspected mass grave locations in the area. Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc Check out http://rt.com Like us on … Read more Grim discovery | Sinkhole that ISIS used to dump victims’ bodies discovered in Iraq

Fast & Furious Crossroads – Official Launch Trailer

Take a look at the launch trailer for the team-based, vehicular-heist action game set in the Fast & Furious universe. Fast & Furious Crossroads is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game, which stars Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson reprising their roles as Dom Toretto, Letty Ortiz, and Roman … Read more Fast & Furious Crossroads – Official Launch Trailer

How Covid-19 Affected Discovery Channel’s Shark Week 2020

This year’s Shark Week programming on the Discovery Channel shows an increase in shark activity because of undisturbed waters during the Covid-19 global lockdown. In “Shark Lockdown,” airing August 9 at 10 p.m. EST, cameras captured the effect of the virus on waters off the coast of New Zealand where great whites are often found. … Read more How Covid-19 Affected Discovery Channel’s Shark Week 2020

Satellite images of penguin poo reveal good news about the population

Large stained patches of sea ice have led scientists to the discovery of new breeding sites. Join the 6pm team as they bring you the latest news from here and overseas Daily at 6pm on TVNZ 1 Get more at: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news On Demand – https://www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/one-news-at-6pm Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/1NEWSNZ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/1newsnz Twitter – https://twitter.com/1NewsNZ

Keiser Report | Summer solutions | The Gutenberg Galaxy and Cyber Renaissance | E1575

In this first episode of Keiser Report’s annual Summer Solutions series, Max and Stacy discuss the latest global economic, monetary, financial and cultural trends and solutions to the problems which may erupt as a result. One of the consequences of the ongoing pandemic will be an escalation of the consolidation already underway in industries across … Read more Keiser Report | Summer solutions | The Gutenberg Galaxy and Cyber Renaissance | E1575

The Doctor Is In: David Ho on COVID-19 antibody discovery

With the surge in global COVID-19 cases, people wonder when a reliable vaccine can come to our rescue and become a public good? The news from professor David Ho at Columbia University, claiming the antibody “cocktail” could offer potent treatment to prevent COVID-19. Dr. Ho is an AIDS researcher, physician, and virologist. Decades ago, he … Read more The Doctor Is In: David Ho on COVID-19 antibody discovery

Place of Van Gogh’s Last Painting Found in France

The exact location of the final work by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been pinpointed after being hidden in plain view among a tangle of roots next to a rural lane near Paris and experts say it gives them new insights into the anguished painter’s mental state on the day he is widely believed … Read more Place of Van Gogh’s Last Painting Found in France

Postcard tells story of Van Gogh’s final hours

While searching through his archives, a researcher found a postcard that bore a striking resemblance to Van Gogh’s final painting ‘Tree Roots.’ The discovery suggests the artist, who struggled with his mental health, spent his last day alive painting. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the … Read more Postcard tells story of Van Gogh’s final hours

Stonehenge: Scientists Solve Origin Mystery of Iconic Sarsen Stones

The mystery of the source of the huge boulders of the Stonehenge circle has been solved. These hulking great rocks have given up one of their secrets: where they came from. New scientific research has found the large boulders at Stonehenge, known as sarsens, were brought here from West Woods, in another part of Wiltshire … Read more Stonehenge: Scientists Solve Origin Mystery of Iconic Sarsen Stones

Site of Van Gogh’s Last Painting Revealed

The exact location of the final work by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been pinpointed after being hidden in plain view among a tangle of roots next to a rural lane near Paris and experts say it gives them new insights into the anguished painter’s mental state on the day he is widely believed … Read more Site of Van Gogh’s Last Painting Revealed

Postcard reveals site of Van Gogh’s last painting

Stuck at home during lockdown, Dutch researcher Wouter van der Veen finally found time to look through old postcards of the French village where Vincent Van Gogh died and made a remarkable discovery. One postcard showing gnarled roots and tree trunks along a road in Auvers-sur-Oise, close to Paris, bore a remarkable similarity to the … Read more Postcard reveals site of Van Gogh’s last painting

Star Trek Universe – Official Panel | Comic-Con 2020

The Star Trek family assembles for a look-back at Picard Season 1, a virtual table read of Discovery’s Season 2 finale, a chat about the new series Lower Decks, the announcement of the newest animated show’s title, and what to expect from Strange New Worlds. Hey everyone, thanks so much for tuning in to  Comic-Con@home … Read more Star Trek Universe – Official Panel | Comic-Con 2020

WHO Hails ‘Good News’ in Search for Covid-19 Vaccine

The head of emergencies at the World Health Organization, Michael Ryan, hailed what he called “good news” Monday in the search for a vaccine to combat COVID-19. He was responding to results from two COVID-19 vaccine candidates in early trials, but warned there was still “a long way to go”. “We now need to move … Read more WHO Hails ‘Good News’ in Search for Covid-19 Vaccine

WHO ‘Deeply Concerned’ Covid-19 Impact on Indigenous People in the Americas

The head of emergencies at the World Health Organization, Michael Ryan, hailed what he called “good news” Monday in the search for a vaccine to combat COVID-19. He was responding to results from two COVID-19 vaccine candidates in early trials, but warned there was still “a long way to go”. “We now need to move … Read more WHO ‘Deeply Concerned’ Covid-19 Impact on Indigenous People in the Americas

Is Stadia REALLY That Bad? – Inside Gaming Feature

Scientists have recently discovered a human whose Stadia experience has actually been… pretty good? Her name is Alanah Pearce and she works at Inside Gaming. ALRIGHT so we’ve trashed Stadia as much as the next gaming YouTube channel (or maybe more… probably more) but upon this discovery, Kdin has swallowed her pride and taken it … Read more Is Stadia REALLY That Bad? – Inside Gaming Feature