Fares for long-distance rail travel in Germany have dropped for the first time in 17 years, as climate protection measures came into effect with the new year.
The drug Lynparza was developed by AstraZeneca and Merck as a maintenance treatment for patients with a specific gene mutation whose cancer spread beyond the pancreas.
While between 1990-1995 an average of more than 500 accidents took place every year, a decade later between 2013-2018 only an average of around 110 accidents took place every year.
In its annual report, the Center for Research and Security Studies said that a 30.71 per cent drop in fatalities was observed in 2019, down from 980 last year to 679 this year.
Canada is designing a new loonie, or one-dollar coin, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality in the country.
Every unprofitable coal mine in the European Union must cease production by the first day of 2019, the date on which all public funds for the mines will come to an end.
The minimum wage increased in the Sunshine State by 15 cents to $8.25.
The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), which is administered by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of India (MNRE) has invited expressions of interest to build 10,000 MW of floating solar PV over the next three years.
Starting today, transgender individuals may openly join the U.S. military, this despite stiff opposition from President Trump.
A team at Lancaster University in the U.K. has discovered that a drug designed to treat type 2 diabetes may hold the key to fighting the memory loss that accompanies Alzheimer’s disease.