A lot happened in the world of paleontology in 2018. Some of the big events included some major fossil finds, a new understanding of our reptile ancestors and a major controversy whose outcome could rewrite human history. The Conversation Africa asked Dr Julien Benoit to discuss five important moments in paleontology you may have missed during 2018, and what they mean – particularly for Africa and its place in the story of human origins. 1. A contested thigh bone The year started with a bang. In January Roberto Macchiarelli, a professor of human paleontology, accused his colleague Michel Brunet of totally misrepresenting… This story continues at The Next Web
The apology from Goldman Sachs Group Inc's boss to Malaysians is "not enough", says Finance minister Lim Guan Eng, adding that what matters is the US$7.5 billion (RM30.87 billion) compensation.
"At least he (Goldman Sachs chief executive officer David Solomon) has accepted that they have to show some responsibility, but that apology is insufficient. Necessary, but not sufficient," Lim told a press conference here today.