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Archaeologists find bust of Roman emperor in Egypt

Apr 22, 2018

Egypt says archaeologists have discovered a bust of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius in the southern city of Aswan

Ancient coins, bracelets looted from Romania return home

Apr 19, 2018

Coins and bracelets from the 1st century that were looted from western Romania years ago and smuggled out of the country have been put on display after a joint investigation with Austria brought them back home

Senator wants info on EPA chief's multiple email accounts

Apr 17, 2018

The Republican chairman of a Senate committee is pressing Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt over his use of multiple government email addresses

Toyota to start deploying vehicle-to-vehicle tech in 2021

Apr 16, 2018

Toyota says it will start equipping models with technology to talk to other vehicles starting in 2021, as it tries to push safety communications forward

Archaeologists find silver treasure on German Baltic island

Apr 16, 2018

Archaeologists on the German Baltic island of Ruegen have uncovered hundreds of 1,000-year-old silver coins, rings, pearls and bracelets that they say are linked to the era of the Danish King Harald Gormsson

Psych! Colleges teach phishing lesson by targeting their own

Apr 9, 2018

Universities catch thousands of students, employees through fake phishing schemes meant to raise awareness about cybersecurity threats

Archaeologists find remains of Greco-Roman temple in Egypt

Apr 5, 2018

Egypt says archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a temple in the western desert dating back to the Greco-Roman period

Spring forward: European grid fixes lag that slowed clocks

Apr 3, 2018

A glitch in continental Europe's electricity grid that had slowed down countless clocks for months has been corrected.

After spat, BBC spy show gets access to ancient Greek temple

Apr 3, 2018

A panel of archaeologists has granted a British television crew access to an ancient site near Athens to film scenes for a TV adaptation of spy novelist John le Carre's "The Little Drummer Girl."

Greek govt upset as spy show denied access to ancient temple

Mar 29, 2018

Greece's government has slammed a decision by the country's powerful archaeological council not to allow Britain's BBC to film part of a six-part serialized adaptation of a John le Carre novel in Cape Sounion, site of an ancient temple of Poseidon

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