Hoard of 1,100-year-old gold coins unearthed in central Israel
27 August 2020 | 8:53 am
Israel's Antiquities Authority unveils a trove of 425 pure gold coins said to be some 1,100 years old, dating to the Abbasid Caliphate, discovered in what was an industrial area near Rehovot in central Israel.
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A 5,000-year-old city found north of Tel Aviv points to sophisticated urban planning taking place earlier than previously thought. Israel's Antiquities Authority has called it the "New York of the early Bronze Age."
18 Jan 2020
Maina's trial: Five incriminating documents discovered
15 Jun 2020
A detonator with an explosive device from the Second World War has been found during an apartment clearance in the northern German port city. The controlled explosion prompted the evacuation of the nearby area.
20 Sep 2020
Mammoth skeletons are discovered at an airport construction site just north of Mexico City -- not far from the scene of a similar discovery in 2019 -- and experts say that remains of other prehistoric animals have also been recovered in the area of the find.
12 Oct 2020
A lorry driver has been held on suspicion of people smuggling after eight people were found in the back of his trailer. An emergency call by one of the migrants due to a lack of oxygen sparked the rescue.
16 Jul 2021
In Sierra Leone, a team of researchers and agronomists have found traces of a wild coffee known as Coffea stenophylla. Farmed until the beginning of the 20th century, it used to be served to European high society. But due to its scarcity, it was gradually replaced by arabica and robusta strains. Forgotten by farmers, Coffea stenophylla was thought to have completely disappeared by 1954. The new find has generated much excitement in Sierra Leone because of its potential to revolutionise the global coffee sector. Our team reports.
24 Sep 2021
Archaeologists get to work in the Peruvian town of Chilca after labourers installing gas pipes found the remains of eight people buried in a common tomb with food and musical instruments some 800 years ago.
26 May 2022
According to a recent report by CDC News, a Canadian news channel, some of the cars that go missing in Canada end up in Nigeria, Lagos precisely. GuardianTV picked up the report and unveils steps to know you are buying none stollen cars.
7 Nov 2022
Imagine the following situation: you are at the beach with your friends. Suddenly, someone asks: "Would you like to be a professional model?", what would you do? Cape Verdean Raquel Pinto didn't think twice. She grabbed the opportunity and became an international model.
4 Dec 2022
In November 2021, a team of researchers headed by Professor Tulio de Oliveira discovered the Omicron variant. Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists in South Africa were doing research on epidemics. Yet not everyone approves of their work.
19 Dec 2022
The hammerhead shark nursery is one of three discovered so far in the Galapagos Islands. Researchers say this find will play an important role in ongoing conservation efforts.
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Iran and Afghanistan have reportedly extended the cooperation between their intelligence services. Repeated terrorist attacks in Iran have exposed shortcomings in Iran's security agencies.
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More than 30 years after reunification, East Germans remain underrepresented in high-level jobs, researchers have found. This is only changing slowly.
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The Pope is heading to Marseille in southern France. He's expected to deliver harsh comments on the living conditions of migrants.
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Noureddin Bongo Valentin, the eldest son of ousted Gabonese president Ali Bongo, has been charged with corruption, embezzlement of public funds and money laundering. Several cabinet members were also indicted. Also in this edition: famine aid for Somalia is to be temporarily suspended after a UN probe found widespread theft and misuse of funds.
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The political crisis in Niger has disrupted aid efforts, the UN's humanitarian chief in the West African nation, Louise Aubin, told DW in an exclusive interview. The current wave of insecurity in Niger has also hampered the UN's aid operations there, Aubin added.