Topic: Bournemouth University
Tragedies in Bangladesh, including a deadly fire last night in Dhaka, have given new momentum to British campaigns to improve conditions at foreign factories that supply domestic retailers.
Stonehenge may have been built on a site occupied by hunters for roughly 5,000 prior to its construction.
Stonehenge skeleton unearthed by British scientists appears to be the remains of a teenage boy who died around 1550 BC. Forensic anthropology reveals that he traveled from the Mediterranean — and he's not the only traveler from a distant land who found his way to the famous monument.
Boy with Amber Necklace remains, discovered near the Stonehenge monument in Britain, are believed to have come several hundred miles from the south. Boy with Amber Necklace is thought to have been a teenager when he passed.