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On the Greek island of Despotiko, an uninhabited place in the Cyclades near Paros, archaeologists have discovered ancient buildings and fragments of statues. Yannis Kouragios, an archaeologist with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades, is leading the dig.

Despotiko

Iran to return church bell from the 14th century to Turkey

Bell

A Kara-Khanid Khanate era tomb was discovered in northern Kyrgyzstan

Tomb

Archaea all over you

Archaea

We control neurons

Neurons

Cooperation across Europe could increase wind power

Wind Farms

1,000 year old perfume shop discovered in Şanlıurfa

Perfume shop

Bronze Age “lunch box” discovered high up in the Alps

Lunch Box

Timing matters in RNA production

RNA

Confederate submarine mystery solved

Confederate submarine

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