NASA discovered that under the ice of the Arctic waters microscopic marine organisms are found in abundance.
Athens: A spokesman for the far-right Greek party, Golden Dawn, physically assaulted two left-wing party members during a morning talk show.
Singapore: Singapore, the tiny island in Asia Pacific, now has the world’s highest proportion of millionaires, according to the Boston Consulting Group.
Beijing: A baby was born in China with no eyes, instead there is only smooth skin. Hopes emerged after local doctors have found that the baby, Marwanijung, had an eye under the skin on his left socket.
Dutch artist Bart Jansen turned his dead cat, Orville, into a helicopter after getting help of a taxidermist radio-controlled helicopter expert.
Chicago: An exceptional University of Chicago student, Sho Yano, 21, will become the youngest student ever to graduate with a medical degree this week.
London: The bizarre African lake has turned pink by extreme concentrations of salt that is harvested by hundreds of workers each day.
Washington: A partial lunar eclipse will be observed Monday June 4 as moon will pass through the shadow of Earth, producing a partial lunar eclipse visible across the Pacific from China to the United States.
St. Andews: Even the merest social contact with a man can make a woman’s face glow, says a study at St Andrews University.
Massachusetts, Cambridge: Chances are high for you to like a song, book, artist or other if other people in your life like it to, a research of Massachusetts Institute of Technology