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Highest Ranking Child Protection Officer Says People Watching Child Porn Shouldn’t Be Charged

Simon Bailey, who is the highest ranking child protection officer in the UK says that pedophiles shouldn’t be jailed for viewing child pornography. Chief Constable Bailey of Norfolk Constabulary sparked outrage and shocked many people when he said that pedophiles who view pornographic images

The Amazon Rainforest Was Shaped By Humans

Exploratory new research has revealed that the Amazon rainforest is not as ‘wild and untouched’ as previously thought and that ancient civilisations actually helped shape the landscape. The report, published in Science this week suggests that the Native Americans of the Amazon were actively burning,

Study Finds The Internet Works Much Like Our Brain

A new study has found an intriguing correlation between the functions of the internet and neural activity in the human brain. Hailed by many neurologists as a groundbreaking initiative, the functional similarity between the brain and the internet can potentially open new avenues into

Researchers discover new fossils suggesting Mars had perfect conditions for early life-forms

Researchers have discovered the oldest fossil on Earth pointing towards the fact that the early life organisms existed on earth, and were thriving some 4.2 billion years ago. This new estimate is hundreds of millions of years earlier than it was previously believed by

WMD used in the Assassination of Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia

The reports emerging from the investigation into the assassination of Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia suggest a hair-raising aspect of an already unsettling matter. Two women dressed as ordinary tourists attacked the half-brother of current Supreme Leader of the hermit state North Korea. The operation

Everything you need to know about NASA’s latest discovery about the possible Alien life in our Milky Way Galaxy

NASA has recently released their latest findings regarding the possibility of the existence of alien life within Milky Way galaxy that has both astronomers and space enthusiasts buzzing with excitement. According to NASA, the constellation of Aquarius is possibly the home to a huddle

Chennai Oil Spill: Environmental Impact Still Unknown

There is “no damage to the environment like oil pollution”. These are the famous words of the Kamarajar Port Ltd company in Chennai, India, where on the 28th January 2017 two oil tankers collided. Oil is still rapidly spreading along the Ennore coast nearly

Deadly new disease threatens largest wheat producing region

Researchers warn of a stem rust that could have returned to the largest wheat producing region in the world. Last year in Sicily, wheat crops were affected by a new and unusually harmful fungal infection, say researchers. Its spores could infect the harvest this year

Journalists could face 14 years in prison for leaking official material

“Journalists who obtain leaked official material could be sent to prison under new proposals” according to The Telegraph. New proposals are being brought forward in the U.K., in an overhaul of the Official Secrets Act, that could see journalists jailed for up to 14

Decree decriminalizing corruption withdrawn after mass protests in Romania

Following the largest protests in decades, the Romanian government has decided to withdraw a decree that decriminalizes grant offences and has backed down on a controversial plan to water down anti-corruption laws. The Romanian government’s decision to withdraw a decree that decriminalizes minor corruption