It was said to be a “near-suicide mission,” and a previous attempt saw dozens of men killed and captured by the Nazis.
When Germany invaded Norway in 1940, Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler endorsed the concept of German soldiers hooking up with Norwegian women, as that would help bring the Nazis closer to the Aryan master race they wished for.
When they married in 1963, Serge and Beate Klarsfeld swore a lifelong mission together: to track down Nazis, by both “legal and illegal” methods, so justice could be meted out.
We can’t exactly give EPT tests to sharks in the wild to find out if they’re pregnant, but scientists think there may be another clue.
“I believe we have orcas in our soul in this state.”
Across the world, someone has been illegally producing an ozone-destroying gas banned more than 30 years ago.
While China and the US go back and forth on tariffs here on Earth, the former is forging ahead with a more celestial grand plan.
One kangaroo is dead and another is injured after visitors at a Chinese zoo hurled rocks and other objects at them in two separate incidents.
The construction of the world’s longest sea bridge, a nearly decade-old project already bogged down by lawsuits, money problems, and other holdups, now has another complication to contend with: Some say parts of the bridge are “floating away,” per the Guardian.
BlackBerry Limited has long been proud of its messaging app—so much so that it’s now suing Facebook and its Instagram and WhatsApp subdivisions for ripping off key features.