The new method involves creating several trees from one plant and therefore could be a "game-changer," according to one scientist.
Saudi Arabia and allies Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have accused Qatar of funding terrorist groups abroad.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister says Qatar asked his country to cede control of Islam's two holiest sites, but Qatar denies doing so.
"There is no legitimate explanation for numbers on this scale," Cherokee Nation Attorney General Todd Hembree said in a statement.
Special Forces head General Raymond Thomas said that, while the U.S. may wanna stay, Syria was a sovereign state and its government backs Russia.
Germany's asylum agency denies any wrongdoing.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the United Arab Emirates' prime minister and prince of Dubai, bashed Qatar in his latest Instagram verse.
As China becomes frustrated with North Korea's nuclear ambitions and U.S. political pressure, Russia's intervention could tip the balance.
As China becomes an increasingly active global player, Beijing offers financial support, but not open borders, for refugees, hoping they will return home.
Tehran claims the Saudi Arabian border guards opened fire on Iranian fishermen.
Pakistan is refusing to take sides in the diplomatic dispute between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but has agreed to take certain steps to defuse tensions.
The Russia-backed Syrian military and its allies entered ISIS-held Raqqa, where U.S.-backed forces are battling the jihadis.
Eyes in the sky to locate water resources may be many Middle Eastern nations' best hope for alleviating an acute water supply problem.
Researchers believe we are heading toward a major rise in illness and a public health crisis.
Twitter users shared photos and stories after Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain implemented an embargo on Qatar Monday.
Russia investigations, a lack of federal and Republican support and repeated leaks mean the president looks less and less in control.
Defense Secretary James Mattis called Russia's missile moves "destabilizing" as Moscow positions for war games with Belarus.
The country is locked in a tense political crisis after an inconclusive election opened old ethnic strife.
While it may have been a routine test of the LGM-30 Minuteman III, the timing of the nuclear deterrent launch has some observers concerned.
Despite a lagging economy, Moscow has boosted defense spending to come in just behind the U.S. and China.
Seoul has said it will not let its guard down and is watching the situation closely.