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In 1992, he wrote Quitting the Mob and began traveling the country to speak on college campuses regarding consequences of your choice

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Afghanistan

Afghanistan is home to around 38 million people. And according to the United Nations Population Fund, the country has one of the youngest and fastest growing populations in the world

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Proxy Wars – How do they Work?

The simple definition is the following, “a proxy war is an armed conflict between two states or non-state actors which act on the instigation or on behalf of other parties that are not directly invo...

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Ruins of Pompeii – Remembering the Great City

To this day, 22 of the original 66 hectares have not been unearthed. You can walk down the streets of the ancient Roman city and imagine the town as it was in its heyday

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Get to Know the Tamil People

The Tamil people, also known as Tamilar, are a Dravidian ethno-linguistic group tracing its ancestry mainly to India’s southern state of Tamil Nadu. They constitute 5.9% of the population in India, ...

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Nikko Jenkins – Killing in the name of God

In May 2017, a three-judge panel sentenced him to death. It was a landmark ruling, considering the despicable acts he had committed over the time

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Jacques Fesch – From Murderer to Mystic

Jacques Fesch was born in April 1930. A proposal for his beatification was submitted in 1993, and has yet to be resolved. His story is a unique one. Born to unloving and authoritarian parents, he was ...

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Roland Garros – Who Was He?

When you think of the world of tennis, the Roland Garros Open Tournament is one of the most prestigious and famous championships. Every tennis player in the world wants to win it. Who do you think the...

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Fish River Canyon – Second Largest Canyon in the World

The Fish River Canyon consists of an upper canyon and a lower canyon. In the upper canyon, river erosion was inhibited by hard gneiss bedrocks. On the other hand, the lower canyon formed after erosion...

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Sky Bridge 721 – Everything You Need to Know about the Longest Suspension Bridge

Opened to the public in May 2022, the bridge offers views of the landscape. It spans the Miynsky Stream valley from the ridge of Slamnik Mountain to the ridge of Chlum mountain. It is 1,125m above sea...

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Who are the Mennonites?

Mennonites are Anabaptists, a faith stream within Christianity. They are often mixed with Amish people, but there are differences between the two groups. Speaking of their faith, Anabaptism grew out o...

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Andre Leon Talley – How the Vogue Editor Changed the World

As a black homosexual, Talley broke every taboo in the fashion industry. He was the positive, Black representation the world didn’t know it needed. Talley stood tall, over six feet, and had a lavish...

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Umoja Uaso – Community of Only Women

Umoja Usao, a village in Kenya, has become a haven for these runaway and homeless women. Those who escape their violent homelife often bring their children with them, creating a haven of peace

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The Latin Language – Dead but Still Alive

Latin language requires students to break down grammatical structures and parts of speech, preparing them for tackling other languages. Once a student is familiar with concepts like grammatical gender...

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Namib Desert – World’s Oldest Desert

The Namib is a coastal desert in Southern Africa. There are many reasons why people fall in love with this particular desert. It has some of the tallest duns in the world, red sand, and chance to see ...

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Who Was Ada Lovelace – The First Computer Programmer

Ada Lovelace wrote the first published computer program while working for her mentor, the father of the computer, Charles Babbage

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What is Left of the Antonov An-225 Mriya?

The Antonov An-225 Mriya was a strategic airlift cargo aircraft. Designed in the 1980s by the Antonov Design Bureau in the Soviet Onion, it was originally developed as an enlargement of the Antonov AN...

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African Moors – How they changed Europe

The term “moor” can be found throughout literature, art, history books, and more. But it does not actually describe a specific ethnicity or race. Instead, it has been used to describe alternativel...

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Sinking of MS Estonia – A Conspiracy Subject Many Years After the Tragedy

The MS Estonia sank on September 28, 1994, between 00:50 and 01:50 UCT+2. The ship was crossing the Baltic Sea at the moment, en route from Tallinn, Estonia, to Stockholm, Sweden

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Sigiriya – An Ancient Rock Fortress of Historical Significance

Some call it Sigiriya. Others call it Sinhagiri. In any case, it is an ancient rock fortress located in the northern Matala District near the town of Dambulla, in Sri Lanka. The site is of historical ...

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