Hint: A brain-infesting worm carried by gastropods is spreading around the world.
An update in the fate of the Briton who organised a pornographic pool party in Cambodia saw him apologise to the Cambodian people during his court hearing. Daniel Jones is now facing a year in a Cambodian prison for his part in distributing whatâ??s been described as a pornographic advertisement for a pool party being held in a Siem Reap... Expats Blog -
Their brains may be tiny, but birds have been known to outsmart children and apes.
Scores of stories reporting that Kelly’s DNA is substantially different now are missing some basic facts about how biology works.
Our brains aren’t flying solo; our emotions also come into play when we’re interacting with the world, new research finds.
Domestic cats often hack up gooey mats of fur, but it's rare in their larger kin.
The birds of prey get into frequent tussles that can lead to serious injury.
Hundreds of millions of years ago, Antarctica was carpeted with prehistoric greenery. Now, scientists may have uncovered clues about what happened in the "Great Dying," or Permian extinction.
Think squirrels are cute and cuddly? Think again. Scientists find evidence of infanticide and cannibalism in the Yukon.
The sudden enforcement of a new Kuwaiti work visa law has left hundreds of expat engineers in a state of panic. The new law, brought in by Kuwaitâ??s Public Authority for Manpower, has hit hard on expat engineers in the process of renewing their work permits, as itâ??s now mandatory to present a no-objection certificate. The... Expats Blog -
The British expat community in Russia is fearing reprisals following increasing tensions between the two countries. The viral news of the Salisbury nerve agent poisoning of a Russian defector and his daughter caused alarm amongst British expatriates in Moscow, but Theresa Mayâ??s reaction to the tragedy has turned alarm to fear. A terse... Expats Blog -
Meet Pastel, coming this spring The owners of Griffintown culinary hot spot Le Fantôme are planning to open a new restaurant in Old Montreal this spring, and it’s going to be a much larger affair than their petite William Street haunt. Principals...Show More Summary
Thanks to large-scale restoration efforts, the North Aral Sea has seen a resurgence of fish—a boon to the communities that rely on it.
Vets say the boa constrictor is a Siamese twin contained in one outer skin.
The discovery may help amputees feel more control over their artificial limbs.
“Skate bar” TRH gets in hot water Plateau skateboarder bar TRH-Bar is at the centre of a controversy after organizing a fundraising party for one of its former bouncers, who was convicted of sexual assault. According to Le Journal de...Show More Summary
Eastern quolls, which were wiped out of mainland Australia decades ago, are being introduced to the remote Booderee National Park.
Treats and kibble made with fungus offer high protein from plant-based foods, but not all pets may be able to make the switch.
The trickle of EU expats leaving the UK is expected to become a flood during 2018. Ever since the Brexit referendum result was announced, EU member state citizens living and working in the UK have quietly been preparing to leave, either for their home countries or to start again as expats in an unknown land. As the negotiations drag on,... Expats Blog -
Expats pinning their financial hopes on digital currencies can take some encouragement from China and Russiaâ??s begrudging acceptance of the online money. Expatriates eager to invest in cryptocurrencies in spite of their unregulated volatility may have been offered some slight reassurance by Russia and Chinaâ??s take on the wildly... Expats Blog -