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Giant hailstones pelt beachgoers in Siberia

Swimmers and sunbathers ran for cover as huge chunks of ice the size of golf balls rained down on them.

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Case Solved

The Malaysian government confirmed Tuesday that officials investigating the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 were looking into an Australian company's claim to have located aircraft wreckage on the sea floor in the northern Bay of Bengal -- thousands of miles from the search area scanned meticulously for weeks to the south.

NSA infiltrates servers of China's telecom

WASHINGTON — The U.S. National Security Agency has infiltrated servers in the headquarters of Chinese telecommunications obtaining sensitive information and monitoring the communications of top executives, the New York Times reported on Saturday.

Secret Locations You Will Never Know Yet

These places are out of reach for the majority of the Earth's population. However, we will reveal some of their secrets. Are you ready?

The Vela Incident

On 22 September 1979, sometime around 3:00am local time, a US Atomic Energy Detection System satellite recorded a pattern of intense flashes in a remote portion of the Indian Ocean. Moments later an unusual, fast-moving ionospheric disturbance was detected by the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, and at about the same time a distant, muffled thud was overheard by the US Navy's undersea Sound Surveillance System (SOSUS). Evidently something violent and explosive had transpired in the ocean off the southern tip of Africa.

Mystery of Manila's Octagonal Cemetery

While researching the Filipiniana archive (Archivo General de Indios) in Sevilla, Spain, Carmen Cano came across a plan for a cemetery. Dated 1898, the plan had laid hidden in the archive for nearly 100 years. What was unique about this cemetery, what caught Carmen's attention, was the plan's unusual shape - an octagon. The cemetery plan also lacked the customary chapel or any reference to a nearby church. 

Lake that petrify animals that fall in

The Rift Valley's Lake Natron is the chosen mating ground of the endangered lesser flamingo. The long-legged waterfowl may flourish, but to any other living creature, Lake Natron is hell on earth. The lake's steeply alkaline waters are a graveyard for thousands of small birds. Wildlife photographer Nick Brandt used the corpses littering the Tanzanian lake shores as posed models for a haunting new series of photographs. 

Belief in ghost is increasing

A recent study conducted in the UK has reported a steadily increasing trend in paranormal belief.
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