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A discarded chicken bone tells the story of early domestication

A discarded chicken bone, human teeth marks clearly etched into it from a meal thousands of years ago, is physical proof of the introduction of domesticated chickens on the African continent, researchers have confirmed.

Egypt turns over 2 strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia

Cairo - The Egyptian cabinet announced that technical work on the maritime boundary between Egypt and Saudi Arabia showed that the islands of Tiran and Sanafir were both within Saudi territorial waters.

Israel intercepts weapon-laden ship in Red Sea

Israeli defense officials today have declared they have intercepted a shipment of weapons from Iran bound for the Gaza Strip.

Large canyon discovered beneath Red Sea

The U.K. Royal Navy's HMS Enterprise discovered a canyon more than 800-foot-deep on the floor of the Red Sea, and an echo sounder produced 3D images of the feature.

Passengers rescued from Red Sea ferry blaze, one drowned

A Jordanian ferry carrying 1,230 passengers en route to Egypt caught ablaze onThursday. One man died as he jumped into the sea to escape the fire but all the other passengers were successfully rescued.

Saudi divers discover illicit sorcery items in the Red Sea

Tabuk - The Saudi Arabian 'anti-magic' committee has been handed items used in sorcery and black magic, retrieved from the Red Sea by divers in the Tabuk area. Those found dabbling in illicit acts of sorcery risk execution in the Kingdom.

Ottoman ship from World War 1 salvaged in Red Sea

An Ottoman ship bombed by Italian war planes during World War 1 is to be salvaged from the Red Sea and displayed as a tourist attraction in Saudi Arabia.

Did Moses really part the Red Sea?

According to researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the University of Colorado at Boulder, the answer is 'no'.

It only took days for a giant crack to form in Afar Ethiopia

If anyone had been on site with a camera during the event, the formation of a giant crack in the north of Ethiopia in 2005 could have been a scene for the upcoming apocalypse movie 2012.
 

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SUMMERTIME: A main street passes near the beach in Sharm el-Sheikh  Egypt  in 2007.
SUMMERTIME: A main street passes near the beach in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, in 2007.
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Israel s Red Sea resort of Eilat and Jordanian Port of Aqaba.
Israel's Red Sea resort of Eilat and Jordanian Port of Aqaba.

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