Nasa has been busy covering up an alien discovery and guarding humans from the edge of the Earth
Scientists hopeful that evidence beamed back by Philae will provide clues about the origins of life
Professor Brian Cox and Astronomer Royal Lord Rees support British-led plan to send a lander to the moon
Poultry farmers fear consumer confidence could take a hit as £4.4bn industry gears up for Christmas
Around 60 per cent of men who admitted to paying for sex had done so overseas, usually in Asia or Europe
Dutch biologists believe that there may be an evolutionary advantage to sharing bacteria through kissing
Fears NHS England won't cope this winter prompt extra money as election year looms
Experts want to banish sugary drinks at meal times and cut recommended sugar intake in half
The mysterious 'song' of a comet hurtling through space has been captured by the Rosetta spacecraft
The treatment involves using a disabled form of the virus to train the immune system to kill tumour cells
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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