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The man who thinks like Sherlock Holmes

If you’d told Alex Mullen a few years ago that he was capable of memorising a whole pack of cards…

WASSCE troubles; Physics paper leaks. Adds to three more leakages

news233.com can confirm that the Physics Practical paper of the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) exams has…

Deadly diabetes in 'unrelenting march'

The world is facing an "unrelenting march" of diabetes which now affects nearly one in 11 adults, the World Health…

lab-grown skin sprouts hair and grows glands - news233

Scientists in Japan have successfully transplanted mice with lab-grown skin that has more of the organ's working parts in place…

A crack in the earth itself

Standing on a high vantage point at Thingvellir Park, I overlook a vast rocky, snow-covered rift valley. Fissures and cracks…

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