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1. 2015-12-17 Growing parasite threat to finches made famous by Darwin Galapagos, Ecuador
2015-08-15 IAAF accused of suppressing athletes' doping study London
3. 2015-02-24 US sea level rise 'very unusual' New York
4. 2015-01-01 Most cancer types 'just bad luck' Global
5. 2014-12-01 HIV evolving 'into milder form' Oxford, England
G. 2014-11-17 Terror deaths rose sharply in 2013 Global
H. 2014-10-19 Comet Siding Spring skims past Mars Global
8. 2014-08-18 Elephant poaching deaths reach tipping point in Africa Central Africa
9. 2014-07-30 Call for 'radical action' on drug-resistant malaria Southeast Asia

US sea level rise 'very unusual'  New York: Sea levels along the northeast coast of the US rose by record levels during 2009-2010, a study has found Most cancer types 'just bad luck'  Global: Most types of cancer can be put down to bad luck rather than risk factors such as smoking, a study has suggested HIV evolving 'into milder form' Map of Oxford United Kingdom  England: HIV is evolving to become less deadly and less infectious, according to a major scientific study Terror deaths rose sharply in 2013   Global: The number of deaths from terrorism increased by 61% between 2012 and 2013, a study into international terrorism says Comet Siding Spring skims past Mars  Global: A recently discovered comet has whizzed past Mars, giving scientists a unique chance to study an object from the farthest reaches of the Solar...   Elephant poaching deaths reach tipping point in Africa  Central Africa: Africa's elephants have reached a tipping point: more are being killed each year than are being born, a study suggests Call for 'radical action' on drug-resistant malaria. Southeast Asia   Messi wins Golden Ball as World Cup's top player  Rio de Janeiro: Lionel Messi was awarded the Golden Ball as the World Cup's top individual, an award decided by the FIFA Technical Study Group Indonesia deforestation 'passes Brazil' 'Nothing can stop glaciers' retreat' Map of West Antarctica Antarctica   Antarctica: Key glaciers in West Antarctica are in an irreversible retreat, a study team led by the US space agency (Nasa) says Obesity rate falls among US toddlers. USA Missouri gun murders 'rose after law repeal' 7 children dead, more injured in Bangladesh school bus accident Child leukaemia 'not linked to power lines'. United Kingdom Investigators study Schumacher's ski helmet cam. Southern France European forests near 'carbon saturation point'. European Union Logging slows in Africa's rainforest. Congo China coal policy 'cut lifespans' Rainforest deforestation leads to seed shrinkage. Amazon Melt 'causes Antarctic sea ice rise'   Antarctica: Climate change is expanding Antarctica's sea ice, according to a scientific study in the journal Nature Geoscience Forest elephants decline by 62% in 10 years. Central Africa Women 'struggling' in Hollywood. Southern California Half of coral lost from Barrier Reef Map of Great Barrier Reef Australia  Queensland: Australia's Great Barrier Reef has lost more than half its coral cover in the past 27 years, a new study shows Shrinking polar ice may be to blame for freeze   Arctic: Europe's deadly cold snap may have a lot to do with shrinking amounts of ice in the Arctic, a recent study suggests Malaria toll 'is twice as high'  Global: Worldwide malaria deaths may be almost twice as high as previously estimated, a study reports US female rape victims 'top 20%'
Growing parasite threat to finches made famous by Darwin    Ecuador: The birds that helped Charles Darwin refine his theory of evolution are in danger of going extinct, according to a new study IAAF accused of suppressing athletes' doping study


year 2015 Top ^

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  London: Athletics' governing body suppressed a study which showed as many as a third of the world's top athletes admitted violating anti-doping rules
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year 2012 Top ^

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year 2011 Top ^

Dec.14  
  USA: Nearly 20% of women in the US are raped or suffer attempted rape at some point in their lives, a US study says

Jan.5  
  England: A now-retracted study by Dr. Andrew Wakefield that linked autism to childhood vaccines has done long-lasting damage to public health


year 2010 Top ^

Nov.30 Pentagon study 'backs gay troops'
  Washington: Allowing gay troops to serve openly in the US military would carry only a low risk to fighting ability
Oct.27 Extinction threat for fifth of vertebrates
  Global: A fifth of the world's vertebrates are facing extinction because of invasion and the effects of agriculture, a global study warned
Sep.23     Video study estimates oil spill
  Louisiana: US scientists who have analysed videos of the oil gushing from the Deepwater Horizon well say about 4.4 million barrels of crude escaped into the Gulf
Jul.19   Gel cuts HIV transmission rate in study
   Austria: A new topical gel has shown promise in helping to protect women from HIV infection, according to a study at the International AIDS Conference
Jun.20   Millions in Bangladesh exposed to arsenic
  A new study published in The Lancet says that up to 77 million people in Bangladesh are being exposed to toxic levels of arsenic in drinking water
Jan.18   Exxon Valdez oil 'still persists'
  Alaska: Large quantities of oil spilled during the 1989 disaster still persists beneath gravel beaches in the region, a study has found


year 2009 Top ^

Dec.23   Thousands of Haitan children are slaves
   Haiti: Study: As many as 225,000 children live and work as unpaid domestic servants
Nov.2   Species' extinction threat grows
  Global: More than a third of species assessed in an international biodiversity study are threatened with extinction, scientists have warned
Sep.17   Planck telescope's first glimpse
  European Union: The European telescope sent far from Earth to study the oldest light in the Universe has returned its first images
Aug.31 Africans 'under siege' in Moscow
  Nearly 60% of black and African people living in Russia's capital have been physically assaulted in racially motivated attacks, says a new study
Jul.19   Plane crash bodies returned to families
  Iran: The bodies of 152 people killed in a fiery plane crash in Iran have been returned to their families. Russian team had arrived to help study
Mar.7 Study: Widows 'forgotten victims of Iraq'  While violence decreases, women in the country face worsening hardships as warfare has thrust them into the role of breadwinners Mar.4   Palestinian health care 'ailing'
  West Bank: The Lancet medical journal report : Palestinians suffer from an 'ailing landscape' of health services, a new study claims
Jan.21   Study: Global warming hits Antarctica  U.S. research: Rather than being the last bastion to resist the warming, for the past 50 years much of the continent has been getting warmer

year 2008 Top ^

Nov.7 U.S. study likely to say Afghanistan 'dire'
  Washington: A classified review, under way since September 20, of U.S. policy in Afghanistan is likely to judge that the United States is losing ground there
Oct.9 Nature loss 'dwarfs bank crisis'
  European Union: EU-commissioned study: The global economy is losing more money from the disappearance of forests than through the current banking crisis
Oct.3   Lung disease 'to kill 83m'
  China: A US study: more than 80 million people in China will die in the next 25 years as a result of lung disease. The majority of those deaths are preventable
Aug.31   NASA 'reviews shuttle shelf-life'
  USA: NASA will study whether the space shuttle can operate beyond its planned retirement in 2010
Apr.27   Detectives study cellar    Austria: Police have described the cellar where a woman was allegedly held captive and sexually abused for 24 years by her father Apr.17     Al Qaeda still in tribal areas
  Tribal Areas: U.S. government study: Al Qaeda is still operating within Pakistan's mountainous tribal region bordering Afghanistan
Apr.15   Farming practices 'must change'
  Paris: The study, published by Unesco calls for more emphasis on protecting natural resources
Jan.9   New study says 151,000 Iraqi dead
  One of the biggest surveys so far of Iraqis who have died violently since the invasion of 2003 has put the figure at about 151,000


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.26 UN arms embargoes 'ineffective'
  UN Security Council: The first study of arms embargoes imposed by the Security Council has found they worked in only 25% of cases
Nov.14 Australians named worst emitters
  A study of the power stations has shown the extent to which developed countries produce more carbon dioxide per head than emerging economies
Aug.4   European heatwaves 'have doubled'
  European Union: The study: The duration of heatwaves in Western Europe has doubled since 1880
Feb.17   Nasa's aurora mission blasts off Map of Cape Canaveral Florida
  Florida: Mission to study the northern lights has blasted off from Cape Canaveral, after it was delayed by wind


year 2006 Top ^

Dec.10     Talabani rejects Baker-Hamilton report  Baghdad: Iraqi President is calling Iraq Study Group's report 'very dangerous' to Iraq's sovereignty and constitution Dec.8   Kurds brand report 'unrealistic'  Kurdistan: The leader of Kurdish region Massoud Barzani says the US Iraq Study Group report is 'unrealistic and inappropriate' Dec.6   Iraqi leaders play down U.S. study report  Baghdad: The Iraqi government said that a report was in line with its own plans to stop the rampant violence in the country   Iraq Study Group: Situation grave
  Washington: The report given to President Bush says the U.S. needs to change its strategy to tackle the deteriorating situation
 Report calls for a diplomatic offensive, end U.S. combat role by 2008. U.S. mission should evolve to role of supporting Iraqi Army. Bush, Congress must cooperate. Iraqi government needs to show progress or risk cuts in aid
Sep.4   Carbon dioxide levels higher
   Antarctica: The study of ice drilled out confirms that levels are substantially higher now than at anytime in the last 800,000 years
Aug.24   Climate blamed for early springs
  European Union: A study has provided 'conclusive proof' that climate change is responsible for spring arriving earlier
Jun.22 Study: Earth 'likely' hottest in 2,000 years
  Washington: The National Academy of Sciences: recent warmth is potentially the last several millennia
May.2   Sudan tops 'failed states index'
  According to a new study Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo are the world's most vulnerable states
Jan.25   Rumsfeld disputes readiness study Map of Pentagon USA
  Washington: Defense Secretary disputed a Pentagon-commissioned study that warns the Army needs more troops


year 2005 Top ^

Jul.26   Palestinian forces 'in disarray'
  West Bank: A study of the Palestinian security forces has concluded that they are weak, ill-equipped and divided
Apr.21 Glaciers show retreat   Antarctica: A study shows nearly 90% of the ice bodies streaming down from the mountains to the ocean are losing mass

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.11     Pair share Nobel economics prize
   Norway: Kydland of Norway and Prescott of the US were chosen for their study of how economic policy drives global business cycles


year 2003 Top ^

Jul.4 CIA to study Saddam's tape

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.19   Glaciers melting at higher rate  Alaska: A new study is providing further evidence of global warming Jul.8 $36 million AIDS vaccine trial
. USA Jul.3 Study urges political, social change. Arab Countries

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.12   Japan 'stifled' mad cow report
  Tokyo: Tokyo blocked the publication of a EU study that warned Japan was at high risk for the disease
Sep.10   Epidemic child sex abuse
  USA: 3-year study revealed that between 300,000 and 400,000 U.S. children are victims of sexual exploitation

before year 2000
Jun. 19, 1623 Blaise Pascal born Map of Clermont-Ferrand France
  Southern France: A French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer and Christian philosopher. He made important contributions to the study of fluids


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