Shocking Insight On Electric Eels

The electric eel is one of those animals that can strike fear into people's hearts, even though it lives a relatively peaceful life in the tepid waterways of South America. 

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Turning Waste into Materials for the Trip To Mars

Mars is a long way off. Space agencies planning a mission there have estimated that sending six crew members to the Red Planet would take about 916 days.

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New Lava Lake in The Congo

Explosions of fiery lava fountains and plumes of poisonous gas, a new lava lake has appeared atop one of Africa's most active volcanoes.

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Woman That Follow a Mediterranean Diet May Live Longer

Women who eat a Mediterranean-style diet may live longer than those who don't, according to new study that looked at one marker of aging. 

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Zuma enacts Public Administration Act
President Jacob Zuma has signed into law the Public Administration Management Act which bans civil servants doing business with the state.
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BAT settles with Flintkote
British American Tobacco has agreed to pay $575 million to settle litigation with the Flintkote Company.
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Labour minister studying court decision
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant is studying a Labour Court decision on a metal industry labour agreement, her spokesman said.
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'We're not trying to cripple Russia'
Germany has denied that European Union sanctions are aimed at crippling the Russian economy.
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Van Gaal searching for perfection
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is still chasing the complete performance despite a run of six straight victories.
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Proteas in total control
The West Indies were already staring down defeat against South Africa at stumps on day three of the first Test.
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Proteas hit hard by injuries
South Africa are dominating on the pitch but are seemingly losing in the treatment room during the first Test at Centurion.
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Hazard must win titles - Jose
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists Eden Hazard must help the club win more titles if he is to join the ranks of their greatest players.
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British model in Cold War sex scandal dies
Mandy Rice-Davies, a model implicated in the Profumo affair that scandalised 1960s Britain and almost brought down the government, has died.
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Student’s exhibition clouded by ‘racism’
Lee-Ann January has said that she left UCT before her final examination because of racism she experienced.
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Nigerian peacekeeper cured of Ebola
A Nigerian UN peacekeeper infected with Ebola and brought to the Netherlands for treatment has been cured, the Dutch authorities said.
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No word yet from Fidel amid US-Cuba shift
Amid the excitement over the thaw in US-Cuba relations, one person has been conspicuously absent: Fidel Castro.
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