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Berghain Nightclub in Berlin - Why even Britney Spears couldn't get into the

There is no way of skipping the line at Berghain. There are no reservations or bottle services inside, and rumors are, even Britney Spears was turned down once because she was wearing “wrong clothes...

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Ushguli in Georgia shows you can live above the clouds

The community includes four villages, which are Zhibiani, Chvibiani, Murqmeli and Chazhashi. Located at the foot of Shkhara, which is one of the highest summits in the Caucasian region at 2191m high, ...

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Clementinum in Prague is one of the world's most beautiful libraries

Nowadays, the Clementinum remains a vast complex of beautiful baroque and rococo, serving as a reminder of a period in which Prague was expanding. Many of the buildings in the Clementinum are closed f...

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​  Making Millions the Easy Way - as Long as You're a Mathematics Professor

This solidly crafted and comprehensively researched piece shows that when it comes to the serious players, practical mathematics holds sway

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Japan - The home of world's most beautiful festivals including Cherry Blossom Lantern Festival

Some of the festivals celebrate Japanese culture, while others are celebrate times of the year

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Nikola Tesla was Ahead of His time - Here are some of his

Many of the modern-day devices would still be just a dream if it wasn’t for Tesla. Many think of Tesla only as the founder of electricity, but he did much more than that. Not all of his futuristic v...

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Top 5 Innovative Charities You Can Trust with Your Money

As people are more and more in the online world, the new challenge for fundraisers and charities is to find a way to get to people in the online world

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Hebrew, Lithuanian and five other ancient languages still spoken today

One of oldest languages, Hebrew is the language used for the first five books of the Torah and almost all of the Hebrew Bible. The language actually ceased to exist between 200 and 400 CE. However, it...

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Syrian Civil War – Quick Timeline Explaining the Story of the Conflict

What started as a protest to president Bashar al-Assad and his regime, turned out to be a massive civil war, with more than 250,000 casualties on both sides, and more than 10 million people now away f...

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You Can Make a Difference! Help Syrian Refugees!

According to statistics from UNHCR, there are more than 4 million refugees in countries close to Syria, such as Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt. With no solution to the civil war in sight, mos...

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Top 3 Blackjack Documentaries You Need to Watch Today

Casino games have long ago been immortalized in movies, starting from James Bond and his eternal love for baccarat and other casino games, to the big name actors such as Robert De Niro and his great r...

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History of pornography - how we got here?

Pornographic material and sexually explicit objects existed since the ancient times. However, it wasn't until the 19th century that the concept of pornography as we understand it today was understood

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Greenland ice melt - is it time for panic?

At the beginning of September, NASA posted graphs showing how much ice is Greenland and Antarctic are losing. The ice at Greenland is more alarming. According to data NASA collected from the GRACE sat...

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Byblos, Lebanon and five other cities older than 5000 years

Byblos in Lebanon might be the most famous among the old cities, but there are others leaving a mark on Earth as well. These cities that have stood the test of time, offer stories and influence from t...

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Did you know Vladimir Putin was once a KGB agent?

Vladimir Putin joined the agency shortly after his graduation. In the beginning, he was spying expatriates in his hometown, St. Petersburg. After a few years, he was summoned to Moscow, where he was p...

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Kihnu in Estonia is the Only Island in the world where women have absolute power!

The island is part of the Parnu Country in Estonia, and is part of one of the smallest municipalities in Estonia. Along with other islands in its neighborhood, Kihnu forms the Kihnu Parish. Even thoug...

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The Reign of Queen Elizabeth II - 63 years and counting, Elizabhet has the longest reign in British history

On September 9, the Queen surpassed her grandmother Victoria, who reigned for 63 years, 7 months, 16 hours and 23 minutes. Prime Minister David Cameron led the tribute, stating that “"Over the last ...

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The Life of Casanova - The famous lover was also one of the most famous spies in history

The reason Casanova became a spy was his love for his hometown of Venice. In order to be accepted back into the city, Casanova had to make a deal with the Inquisitors, and promise he will spy for them...

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Nazi Gold Train - Is it Real? Everything you need to know!

While some say the estimated value of the Nazi gold train is priceless, others have tried to calculate its value. According to some historians, the trains hold more than $30 billion of missing treasur...

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Pavel Globa - The Russian astrologer with 85% success in predictions!

Globa believes that the economic crisis will last up until 2020, after which the world will have completely new geopolitical map

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Could it be that Fight MH370 landed on water? Found debris confirms conspiracy theories!

After the debris was found, it was sent to France for examination by international aviation experts. French authorities then launched a prolonged and comprehensive search around the island for more de...

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Will we ever live on Kepler-452b, Earth's Cousin?

Kepler-452b is the smallest of the Kepler planets discovered so far. With the discovery of Kepler-452b, NASA’s Kepler mission brings the total number of discovered and confirmed planets to 1,030

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The Lifestory of Cecil the Lion - From endangered species to a legend

On July 1, Walter Palmer, a hunter and dentist from the US, wounded Cecil with an arrow. Just 40 hours later, he killed the lion with a rifle. Palmer admitted that he wanted the lion’s head for his ...

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How the Gulf Cartel, Juárez Cartel and the Sinaloa Cartel control the drug trafficking routes

Despite being in war, the three cartels have often allied to fight the greater good. At the moment, there are two factions in Mexico, one leaded by the Sinaloa Cartel and the Gulf Cartel, with the Kni...

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Scientology explained! What is so mysterious in a simple religion?

In short, scientology is something you do, not something you believe in

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José Mireles - The doctor who battles the Mexican drug cartel

Mireles fights the drug cartel because of his personal motivations. Some might say he has a personal vendetta against the Templar cartel. Jose has been kidnapped by the Templars, and several members o...

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Can Sahara power Europe? Tunisia's plan for Gigantic Solar Farm might make it possible

The plan by Nur Power suggests that the company harness the solar energy from Sahara. The plan is to build a solar farm in Tunisia that will grow up to 100 square kilometers by 2018. By placing thousa...

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The Earliest Forms of Gambling In Ancient Civilizations

Gambling is an activity that has been around for quite a long time. Read more about the earliest forms of gambling and where they come from

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Project Jing-Jin-Ji, how China wants to merge Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei into a supercity with 130 million citizens

The land surface of the new city will cover 212,000 square kilometers and host 130 million citizens. While the two cities and the Hebei region are primary, there will also be secondary, small cities i...

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Mount Meru - The underrated coveted prize of the Himalayas

The main reason Meru is known as the Anti-Everest is that few people within the climbing community, and almost nobody outside of it know about it. And unlike Everest, Meru peak is more of a high-altit...

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Korowai People - One of the last tribes in the world to practice cannibalism

Latest statistics and estimates show that there are 4,000 Korowai people left in the world

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Saudi Arabia intends to turn Mecca into Las Vegas with project Abraj Kudai

The hotel will have more than 10,000 bedrooms, 70 high class restaurants, and the 45 stories tall hotel will have 12 towers on top of a 10-story podium. The podium will feature food courts, shopping m...

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The One Mistake that cost Napoleon Bonaparte the battle of Waterloo and the war

The Battle was fought on Sunday, June 18th in 1815. The battle was fought near Waterloo, a municipality in present day Belgium. At the time, Waterloo was part of the Netherlands. The battle was fought...

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People Take To Reddit To Share Their Favourite 10 Seconds Or Less Videos And The Results Are Hilarious!

A compilation of the funniest 10 seconds or less video clips.

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Archaeologists Discover Easter Island Statues Have Bodies Covered In Tattoos

A recent Archaeological Dig Has Left Experts Stunned

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Can Facebook become Brainbook? Mark Zuckerberg's vision explained

Asked about the future of the social network, the CEO replied “One day, I believe we'll be able to send full rich thoughts to each other directly using technology. You'll just be able to think of so...

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The History of Obamacare - How president Obama reformed the health system in the USA

The main thing that Obamacare achieved is to establish the expectation in the public’s mind that now, access to basic and main health care is a right, not an option

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George S. Patton versus Erwin Rommel - The tactician's battle during World War II

George S. Patton and Erwin Rommel were two tacticians that fought against each other during some of the crucial battles during the World War II

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NASA Have Discovered An Earth Like Planet That Could Harbour Extra-Terrestrial Life

NASA has announced the exciting discovery of Kepler 452b, an Earth like planet where extra-terrestrial life potentially exists.

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African Penguin and five other endangered species you can find in a ZOO

In order to preserve some of the species, nations have laws that protect some species. However, even the best and biggest efforts to protect the animals do not stop people from hunting animals for pel...

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Nicholas Winton - The Man who saved 669 kids Nazi Camps

Nicholas Winton is just one of the many people involved in the operations for saving kids from Nazi Camps during the World War II. Different organizations and individuals helped more than 10,000 child...

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The Man Who Lives Without Money

Do you ever wonder what life may be like if you were to give up all of your materialistic goods and live without money? That is exactly what Mark Boyle has done, and he is in no hurry to go back to th...

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Everything you need to know about Babylon, the legendary capitol of ancient Mesopotamia

The ancient city of Babylon produced the First Written Law and the Hanging Gardens, one of the Seven Wonders

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Kuelap, Peru - The Other Machu Picchu in Peru you can visit

Kuelap is a city in Northern Peru, a fortress that is the largest stone structure in South America. The belief is that the city was built to serve as defense for hostile attackers

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NASA have just released this fascinating video showing close up images of Pluto!

Ever wondered what the surface of Pluto actually looks like? This video will give you an intriguing glimpse.

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Iran and the US strike historic deal – Here is everything you need to know

After a 12 year embargo on Iran, Washington and Tehran have struck a deal that should end the embargo and strip Iran of its nuclear powerful. President Obama was among the first to congratulate on the...

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10 Things worth knowing about Beer, the drink of our generation

A fun fact: beer is made from water, and in some regions around the world, the water is better suited for making bee

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When This Homeless Man Played the Piano, His Life Was Transformed Forever!

Homeless ex U.S. Marine Donald Gould touched the lives of millions after this video went viral.

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Chaos Takes Over London As 24 Hour Tube Strike Leaves Thousands of Commuters Stranded

Scenes from the chaotic streets of London this morning amid the 24 hour tube strike

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7 fascinating facts about US Independence Day, Fourth of July

The Declaration of Independence was first signed on July 4, two days after the Congress voted for the declaration. However, only two people signed the declaration on Fourth of July. The process lasted...

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