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Aleksandar Mishkov

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The Lakes of Greenland

Until the 1950s, scientists thought that there was no liquid water underneath Greenland. But research has come a long way since then. The latest research has increased the number of known lakes lurkin...

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Snow Leopard – One of the Most Unique Cats in the World is Endangered

Today, there are fewer than 7,000 snow leopards left in the wild. New roads, mining projects disrupting their habitat, and more damage done by humans has left the fragile species with nowhere to go

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North Sentinel Island – The Most Isolated Place on Earth

The North Sentinel Island is widely considered the most isolated island in the world. The Sentinelese have spent thousands of years in isolation from the rest of humanity, and they intend to keep it t...

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Valery Legasov – Facts and Quotes, Who Was the Chernobyl Investigator?

Valery legasov was a nuclear physicist. He was appointed by the Soviet Government to investigate the Chernobyl disaster less than 24 hours after it occurred

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Aboriginal Australians – Are they the First People?

According to the study, these Aboriginal ancestors migrated into South Asia and then into Australia. Outside of Africa, the Aboriginal people have occupied the same territory continuously longer than ...

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Will Facebook Libra Crush or Boost Crypto? The Nitty-Gritty of Libra

Facebook announced it will launch its own cryptocurrency, Libra, in the first half of 2020. How will it affect the market of cryptocurrencies?

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7 Highly Successful People that Battled Alcoholism

It is widely described that alcohol can cause problems in your normal functioning. And while alcohol is a recipe for disaster, for some people, it was part of their success

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Overfishing - Putting the entire ocean system at risk

Damage done by overfishing goes beyond the marine environment. People rely on fish for protein. Fish is also the principal livelihood of millions of people around the world

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Chernobyl Facts to Learn After Watching HBO’s Popular Show

At the time of the disaster, the Soviet Union did not want to alert the Western World, and waited 36 hours for evacuation and first statement

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Introduction to Yunnan Ethnic Minorities

There are 25 minorities in Yunnan, 25 of which have more than 5,000 members. Among them, 16 are indigenous. The biggest population is the Yi, and the smallest is Dulong

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Rats – More Than Just Laboratory Experiment

Rats are social and affectionate animals, and unless you have one as a pet, you probably do not know much about them. Many people cringe at the thought of rats being anywhere near them. But despite th...

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How Facebook Became the Social Media Powerhouse

Facebook was launched in 2004, at a time when MySpace was still the King of the social media. Younger people also used Hi5. But thanks to development and evolution, Facebook became a global icon

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Yakuza – The Japanese Sophisticated Crime Organization

Yakuza, or gokudo, translating to “the extreme path”, are members of transnational organized crime syndicates originating in Japan. Japanese police calls them the “violent groups””, while th...

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More than 500 Years Ago, the Pope Allowed Slavery and Conquest with Inter Caetera

The degreed aimed to justify explorers’ claims on land and waterways they discovered, and promote Christian domination and superiority. The doctrine applies to Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, ...

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Little-Known Facts About the Most Beautiful City in France, Colmar

With just little under 70,000 residents, Colmar feels more like a quaint country village than a city. All of the architecture and the street layout add to the charm

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Inside the Private Train of Kim Jong-un, Top Security Train

Much of what is known about the train comes from intelligence reports. The truth is that North Korea leaders have no allowed people to see what is inside. But according to intelligence reports, recoll...

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Chichen Itza – What is so Special about the Ancient Mayan Temple?

Chichen Itza was a large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya People of the Terminal Classic Period. In the 2000s, the ancient Mayan temple was classified as one of the new seven wonders of the world

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The Precious Relics of Notre Dame, Which Ones Survived the Fire?

On April 15, 2019, shortly before 18:50 CEST, a fire broke out in the roof of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. Investigation revealed that the fire alarm broke out two times, but the first time, firefig...

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All the Traditions Japanese Emperor Akihito Has Broken

According to the Constitution of Law, the emperor in Japan is “the symbol of the state and of the unity of the people”. His function is defined as entirely representative and ceremonial in nature....

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7 Mysteries about Ancient Egypt We Haven’t Unraveled Yet

Despite all of the research and studies, we still have a lot to learn about the land of hieroglyphs.

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