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91. Hagia Sophia to undergo massive restoration

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/hagia-sophia-to-undergo-massive-restoration

The Turkish government has decided to start long-term maintenance and repairs of the former Orthodox Christian cathedral of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, which was converted into a mosque, after scientists discovered significant damage both inside and outside the 6th century Byzantine monument....

92. Infectious diseases spike after storm Daniel hits

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/infectious-diseases-spike-after-storm-daniel-hits

Health authorities are closely monitoring citizens’ visits to medical units in the areas affected by storm Daniel in order to detect and pre-empt potential outbreaks of infectious diseases....

93. Unmasking Jack Straw's biased agenda in Cyprus problem

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/comment/opinion/unmasking-jack-straw-s-biased-agenda-in-cyprus-problem

In an article published in Politico, former British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw suggested dividing Cyprus. He argues that Britain, which guarantees the independence and territorial integrity of the Republic of Cyprus, cannot achieve a two-state solution on its own. ...

94. First Lady Jill Biden tests positive for covid-19

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/first-lady-jill-biden-tests-positive-for-covid-19

First lady Jill Biden tested positive for Covid-19 Monday, the White House announced....

95. Study uncovers 117,000-year human ancestor bottleneck

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/study-uncovers-117-000-year-human-ancestor-bottleneck

A team of scientists from the United States, Italy, and China may have finally explained a large gap in the African and Eurasian fossil record....

96. Australian expats' generous donation enhances Makarios Hospital's pediatric clinic

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/australian-expats-generous-donation-enhances-makarios-hospital-s-pediatric-clinic

The Australian Hellenic Medical Charity and the Cypriot community of Adelaide donated equipment worth €50,000 for the needs of the pediatric clinic of the Makarios Hospital, during a ceremony that took place on Monday afternoon at the Presidential Palace....

97. Cows' fate exposes sinister 'Forever Chemicals''

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/cows-fate-exposes-sinister-forever-chemicals

Despite their name, “forever chemicals” haven’t been widely understood for very long –– by most members of the public, at least....

98. Japan to release treated radioactive water from Fukushima plant

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/japan-to-release-treated-radioactive-water-from-fukushima-plant

After months of controversy and anticipation, Japan is set to begin releasing treated radioactive wastewater from its Fukushima nuclear plant later this week despite fierce objections from some countries....

99. Russian spacecraft mission to Moon ends in crash

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/russian-spacecraft-mission-to-moon-ends-in-crash

Roscosmos said it lost contact with the spacecraft on Saturday after it ran into trouble while preparing for its pre-landing orbit of the Moon....

100. Scientists uncover ultra-strong lightweight material

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/scientists-uncover-ultra-strong-lightweight-material

Galvorn is stronger than steel, lighter than aluminum, and has the conductivity of copper, according to an article on LinkedIn....

101. Pig kidney thrives in brain-dead man for a month

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/pig-kidney-thrives-in-brain-dead-man-for-a-month

A pig’s kidney transplanted by surgeons into a brain-dead man has continued to function normally for more than a month – a critical step toward an operation the New York team hopes to eventually try in living patients....

102. From burps to burgers: The climate-friendly cows bred to belch less methane

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/from-burps-to-burgers-the-climate-friendly-cows-bred-to-belch-less-methane

When Canadian dairy farmer Ben Loewith's calves are born next spring, they will be among the first in the world to be bred with a specific environmental goal: burping less methane....

103. Revolutionary cancer drug kills all solid tumors, leaves healthy cells intact

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/revolutionary-cancer-drug-kills-all-solid-tumors-leaves-healthy-cells-intact

Scientists have developed a holy grail cancer drug that kills all solid cancer tumors while leaving other cells unharmed....

104. Deadly blazes strike Mediterranean nations

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/deadly-blazes-strike-mediterranean-nations

More than 40 people - most of them in Algeria - have been killed as devastating fires destroy homes, businesses and trigger mass evacuations....

105. Greece's wildfire crisis: Severity and root cause

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/greece-s-wildfire-crisis-severity-and-root-cause

Roaring fires have ripped through Greece, belching thick clouds of choking smoke and forcing tens of thousands of people to flee....

106. Ηead & Hand: Akamantis by artist Kyriaki Costa

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/1-iead-hand-akamantis-by-artist-kyriaki-costa

107. Journalists brave sweltering heatwave across Europe

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/journalists-sweltering-heatwave-across-europe

Millions of people in several parts of the world have been experiencing intense heat. ...

108. The 24-hour solution to plastic waste

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/the-24-hour-solution-to-plastic-waste

Researchers at The University of Texas in Austin discovered an enzyme that eats plastic fast, and scientists think it could revolutionize how we deal with waste....

109. Tourism to drop by 10% in the Mediterranean

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/tourism-to-drop-by-10-in-the-mediterranean

According to tourism agencies and experts, the high summer temperatures in Southern Europe could permanently change tourist habits, with more travelers choosing more relaxed destinations or taking their vacations in spring or autumn to avoid excessive heat. ...

110. Quest for justice in Thanasis' tragic death

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/comment/opinion/quest-for-justice-in-thanasis-tragic-death

Last Wednesday, many people gathered outside Legal Services to support Andriana Nikolaou in her battle for justice regarding her son's death, Thanasis....

111. Groundwater shifts earth, raises sea 31.5in

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/groundwater-shifts-earth-raises-sea-31-5in

Water has power. So much power, in fact, that pumping Earth’s groundwater can change the planet’s tilt and rotation. It can also impact sea-level rise and other consequences of climate change....

112. Hottest day on record

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/hottest-day-on-record

The world has experienced its hottest day on record, according to meteorologists....

113. Paphos hosts global gathering of dragonfly enthusiasts

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/paphos-hosts-global-gathering-of-dragonfly-enthusiasts

Around 80 scientists from 23 countries will gather in Paphos, a coastal town, for the World Dragonfly Congress scheduled to take place from June 25 to July 3....

114. Planetarium Cyprus: Where science and wonder converge

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/planetarium-cyprus-where-science-and-wonder-converge

Some people ask, ''Does a planetarium merely provide answers, or does it also evoke questions?'' Achilleas Kentonis, the executive director of the Interstellar Institute, responds, ''First and foremost, it stimulates questions, and then answers naturally follow.''...

115. Hooters in divided island's buffer zone root out poison

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/hooters-in-divided-island-s-buffer-zone-root-out-poison

BirdLife says light wooden boxes for owls are to encourage farmers to abandon using poison and to help repopulate the barn owl population of Cyprus, which has been in decline across Europe...

116. China digs deeper to explore new frontiers

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/china-digs-deeper-to-explore-new-frontiers

Chinese scientists have begun drilling a 10,000-meter (32,808 feet) hole into the Earth’s crust, as the world’s second-largest economy explores new frontiers above and below the planet’s surface....

117. Killer whales are deliberately hitting and sinking boats

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/killer-whales-are-deliberately-hitting-and-sinking-boats

Researchers believe killer whales are deliberately hitting boats, causing some to sink, following a string of incidents off the southwestern tip of Europe....

118. Cyprus Cancer Research Institute: Scientific bridge between Europe and Cyprus

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/cyprus-cancer-research-institute-scientific-bridge-between-europe-and-cyprus

An important project for science and humanity was inaugurated on Monday, May 22, at the University of Cyprus campus, the "Nicola David – Pinedo Building" of the Cyprus Cancer Research Institute (CCRI), made possible thanks to the donation of Georgios and Kaiti David in memory of their daughter Nikola, who passed away in 2016 due to cancer....

119. Limassol hosts desalination conference

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/limassol-hosts-desalination-conference

'Desalination for the Environment, Clean Water and Energy conference and exhibition' begins Tuesday in Limassol with the participation of more than 300 delegates from around the world and 30 exhibitors...

120. Henry Kissinger warns of looming peril: U.S.-China tensions and the AI arms race

https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/henry-kissinger-warns-of-looming-peril-u-s-china-tensions-and-the-ai-arms-race

U.S.-China tensions have been called a repeat of Cold War-era dynamics. But a more apt comparison may be the years preceding World War I when much of Europe was sitting on a powder keg of hostilities and overlapping territorial claims that required only two bullets to ignite. ...

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