Lost for 1,400 years, the ancient Roman harbour at Corinth has been discovered by Archaeologists who have described their incredible finds. Preserved by the salt water, items normally lost to the ages have remained almost intact, including woodwork, fishing hooks, wooden pulleys and ceramics. Even food such as nuts and seeds has survived nearly 1,500 years beneath the waves. The video shows just how incredible the preservation is - a wooded foundation post looks like it was erected yesterday.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was heckled at a Hanukkah candle-lighting event in London this week, with one woman calling him a “liar” over the state of anti-Semitism in the party, the Jewish Chronicle reported. At the Jewish Labour Movement event Wednesday Corbyn said, “I’m here because I want the party to be strong in all areas, I want the Jewish Labour Movement to be absolutely part of and involved with the party at all levels.”  He added that “There is zero tolerance of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, and that is how it must remain.” During his remarks a woman shouted “Corbyn, you’re a liar,” before being removed from the room. Another man called out “What about Ken?” Ken Livingstone, a former mayor of London, has repeatedly insisted that the Nazis were Zionists, leading to his suspension from the party in April. Corbyn has resisted calls by major British Jewish groups to expel Livingstone, who denied that his statement was anti-Semitic.

NEW YORK (AP) — Health leaders say they are alarmed about a report that officials at the nation’s top public health agency are being told not to use certain words or phrases in official budget documents, including “fetus,” ”transgender” and “science-based.” The health community was reacting to a story in The Washington Post published late Friday citing an anonymous source who said the prohibition was made at a recent meeting of senior budget officials at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The seven words and phrases — “diversity,” ”entitlement,” ”fetus,” transgender,” ”vulnerable,” ”evidence-based” and “science-based” — were not to be used in documents that are to be circulated within the federal government and Congress in preparation of the next presidential budget proposal, the paper reported.