A recent British study showed conducted by researchers from at the University of Birmingham the nature of brain work varies between those who wake up early and those who sleep until late hours.
Philippine police on Sunday urged fishermen and residents of coastal communities to be on the lookout for bricks of cocaine being thrown near their shores as a way to smuggle the illegal drug into the country.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday called on members of her Conservative party to ‘move beyond what divides us,’ three days after she suffered another humiliating defeat on her Brexit plans in parliament.
With weapons drawn camouflaged troops leapt out of amphibious assault craft while explosions sounded and parachutists glided in from above as the annual Cobra Gold war games took over a placid Thai beach yesterday.
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari has congratulated Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif after the latter was released from the Ministers’ Enclave in Islamabad – which had been declared a sub-jail by the capital administration.
Nigeria’s election commission yesterday rejected claims of political interference after its last-minute postponement of presidential elections, as voters caught unawares hit out at the announcement.
Zimbabwean rescuers pulled the bodies of at least 22 illegal gold miners out of shafts west of Harare that were flooded earlier in the week, and rescued eight more alive, officials and witnesses said yesterday.