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The Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World IssuesThe Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World Issues

Analysis of conflicts that lead to violence, with emphasis on the Middle Ea...

 
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The fifth season of the Iranian-German archaeological exploration in the ancient site of Rivi in North Khorasan Province led to the discovery of important antiquities from the Bronze Age up to the Sassanid period. Credit: Iran DailyThe Research Inst...

Rise in demand for low power consuming applications has compelled the leading market players operating in the narrowband internet of things (NB-IoT) market to come up with different strategies to mark their presence. Recently, Vodafone announced laun...

Planning to buy an ancient coin on eBay? Perhaps it would be wise to reconsider. Up to 80 percent of the antiquities for sale online are likely looted or fake, according to new research. Artefacts looted from Baghdad museum after the US-led invasion...

Human behaviour during the last intense period of global warming might offer an insight into how best to adapt to current climate change, a study suggests. Credit: Dorling KindersleyResearch led by the University of Plymouth shows that between 10,00...

Around 7,000 years ago, inhabitants of Abu Dhabi herded sheep and goats, and even used stone tools to hunt. They also used sea and its resources for food and sustenance, revealed ongoing excavations on Marawah Island. The excavation site on Marawah...

An older Neanderthal from about 50,000 years ago, who had suffered multiple injuries and other degenerations, became deaf and must have relied on the help of others to avoid prey and survive well into his 40s, indicates a new analysis published in th...

University of Tübingen archaeologists headed by Professor Peter Pfälzner have made sensational finds in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq. The researchers from the Institute for Ancient Near Eastern Studies found a cuneiform archive of 93 clay...