Alexander Besant is a GlobalPost Breaking News Writer and freelance journalist. He is a recent graduate of Columbia University School of Journalism in New York City. He lives in Toronto, Canada.
The six-minute show saw fireworks climb the world's tallest building, the 2,700-foot Burj Khalifa, and then along the city's 60-mile coastline.
The meta study found that those around us have a profound influence on what we put in our mouths.
The data was too conclusive to ignore: the connection between mind and body is strong.
It is the first time Lebanese troops have engaged the Syrian military since the beginning of the uprising nearly three years ago.
"In 2014, Greece will venture out into the markets again and start becoming a normal country."
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology in Germany found that the tobacco hornworm, a type of caterpillar, uses the nicotine in its breath to keep enemies away.
The Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory satellite will be launched on February 27.
The law was announced in February 2012 as part of the Socialist president's campaign.
Authorities said that he was rushed to University Hospital Center of Grenoble and required immediate brain surgery.
Lebanon's president, Michel Suleiman, made a surprise announcement on television that the money would be used to buy weapons from France.
The tariff spike and a weakening rupee have meant that smuggling has become profitable.