A foto mostra um arqueólogo que toma notas em um cemitério antigo de Phillstine perto de Ashkelon, Israel. Restos humanos de um antigo cemitério filisteu renderam preciosos fragmentos de DNA que, segundo os pesquisadores, ajudam a provar a origem européia dos enigmáticos inimigos dos israelitas bíblicos. (Foto: AP Photo / Tsafrir Abayov, Arquivo)

Study of Philistine genes helps solve the biblical mystery

Goliath or Greek? Human remains from an ancient cemetery in southern Israel have yielded precious DNA fragments that

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A high school student plays piano at the Face Funabashi building in Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, at 17 in June. Photo: Yomiuri Shimbun

Funabashi's piano in Chiba attracts tourists from all corners of Japan

An urban project called "street piano" has attracted passers-by at a commercial facility in Chiba Prefecture,

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A poster is added to a wall of messages that support protests against the controversial extradition project in Hong Kong. Photo: Thomas Peter / Reuters

Walls of Lennon in Hong Kong: Protest via stickers

On Tuesday night, Ines Wong collected seven pieces of cardboard, glued to colored adhesive labels with messages demanding that

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American rapper Nicki Minaj was due to perform in Jeddah last week as part of a cultural festival. Photo: AFP / Archive

Nicki Minaj cancels show in Saudi Arabia in support of women's rights and LGBT groups

Nicki Minaj canceled a performance in Saudi Arabia in a demonstration of support for the rights of women and groups

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A scene from "Weathering with You". Photo: CoMix Wave Films

Tenki no Ko, from Shinkai, will hit theaters on 19 in July

Makoto Shinkai's long awaited new film, director of "Kimi no Na wa" (his name), is due to be released in theaters

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A film crew shoots a brown Egyptian quartzite of God Amen that was sold at Christie's auction in London, England, on 4 on July 2019. REUTERS / Peter Nicholls

Egypt asks Interpol to trace the relic of Tutankhamun

Egypt has asked the international police agency Interpol to trace a Tutankhamun artifact of 3.000 for years.

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Tourists from the United Arab Emirates select fabrics at Mihama Cloth at the Arakawa Wing in Tokyo in June. Source: Yomiuri Shimbun

"Sky of tissues", Nippori becomes popular in social networks

The Nippori district of Arakawa Ward rarely comes to mind when considering the most popular tourist destinations in Tokyo.

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The Daisen burial mound, left, is one of 49 in the Mozu and Furuichi areas of Osaka Prefecture that has gained approval for inclusion in UNESCO's World Heritage list. (Asahi Shimbun file photo).

Imperial cemeteries receive recognition of the status of World Heritage Site

A flock of 49 "kofun" tombs, for example those considered for the historical emperors, was accepted for addition in 6

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Part of the 85 artifacts are displayed before the delivery ceremony at the National Museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on Friday. Photo: AP / Heng Sinith

Japanese collector returns ancient artifacts to Cambodia

Ancient Cambodian artifacts exhibited in the house of a Japanese collector for two decades were returned to the National Museum of the country

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Shana Bonner, left, stylizes Pho Gibson's hair at Salon Exquisite U in Sacramento, California, Wednesday. Source: Associated Press

California Becomes the First State to Ban the Discrimination of Hairstyles

Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law Wednesday that makes California the first state to ban discrimination

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