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The Great Pyramid of Cheops will be studied using cosmic rays

A team of scientists will use advances in high-energy physics to scan the Great Pyramid of Cheops at Giza using cosmic ray muons. The researchers want to look deeper into one of the seven wonders...

4500-year-old Temple of the Sun discovered in Egypt

The find still requires research and confirmation, but scientists are already calling it the largest discovery in recent decades. An international team of archaeologists excavating the Egyptian desert in Abu Gorab in 2021, south of...

Singing the same song for hundreds of thousands of years

Some East African birds have been singing the same song for hundreds of thousands of years Scientists were able to establish this through field research. A new study by biologists from the University of California at...

Humanoid robot arrested at Cairo airport under pretext of espionage

“She” is called Ai-Da. Under this gracious name hides a humanoid robot created by British artist Aidan Meller. Ai-Da should have been part of a contemporary art exhibition held at the Great Pyramid of...

The largest family tree of mankind showed the history of our species

In the new study, scientists used thousands of human genome sequences. The results are published in the journal Science. Scientists have created a family tree for all of humanity to summarize how all people living...

“Youth stand up to Violent Extremism” Training Course in Jordan

“Desert Bloom” United Religions Initiative (URI) Cooperation Circle (CC) conducted “Youth stand up to Violent Extremism Training Course” in cooperation with EUROMED EVE Polska - Poland in Jordan, from 12-16 February 2022, - reports...

UN has demanded the release of the legionnaires detained in the CAR

Rumors have surfaced on social media that the military wanted to assassinate Central African President Fosten-Arcange Tuadera, whose convoy was to pass through the same place where they were. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said yesterday...

The secret of Tutankhamun’s dagger has been revealed

Japanese scientists have conducted an X-ray scan of the dagger found in Tutankhamun's tomb to determine how this object was made, whose metal - as confirmed in 2016 - was derived from a meteorite....

Seized Benin bronze artifacts return to Nigerian palace a century later

© Son of Groucho/Flickr, CC BY Their return is a milestone in the long-standing struggle of African countries to reclaim looted works. Two Benin bronze figures have been returned to a palace in the southern Nigerian city...

Two Russian clergymen to a church court in Alexandria

The St. Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria summoned two Russian clergy to a church court. These are the priests Georgi Maximov and Andrei Novikov, who were sent by the Moscow Patriarchate to Africa...

Six countries in Africa are starting their own mRNA vaccine production

Six African countries have been selected to create their own mRNA vaccines, the World Health Organization said, after the continent was largely deprived of access to coronavirus vaccines, AFP reported, quoted by BGNES. Egypt,...

The Patriarchate of Alexandria continues to ordain new bishops

After the aggravation of the ecclesiastical situation in Africa, which as a continent is under the jurisdiction of the ancient Patriarchate of Alexandria, on the Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee, February 13,...

A new bold Europe – Africa partnership is needed

On the 17th and 18th of February, leaders of the European (EU) and the African (AU) Unions will meet for another summit to discuss the future of the two continents. This is the sixth...

ETHIOPIA: The UN needs to investigate massacres of civilians in war and no-war zones

An independent UN inquiry commission needs to investigate the innumerable killings of civilians that have been perpetrated on the margin of the frontal conflict opposing the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and the Ethiopian...

Africa has a new chance to build “the largest living structure” on Earth

Eight thousand kilometers of greenery from the Atlantic coast of Senegal to the Red Sea coast of Djibouti - the planting of a barrier stopping the Sahara, made politicians and entrepreneurs raise eyebrows. This is...

By 2030: 90% of the world’s poor may be in Africa

The figures reported this year represent a significant increase from the estimated 55% in 2015. Africa may be home to 90% of the world's poor by 2030, as the continent's governments have less and less...

Israeli airlines will carry more than 200,000 tourists from Israel to Morocco

Israeli tourists will fly to Morocco now that borders have reopened on 7 February 2022. After two months of "temporary" absence due to the "Covid19" pandemic, Israeli planes are back in force in Moroccan airspace,...

Farmers hope to save the papyrus in the Nile Delta

In addition to painting on papyrus, it is also used to make notebooks, sheets for printing and even recycled for paper. Amidst a rice-dominated landscape in the Nile Delta, Al Karamus farmers have been relying...

Gordian I. The 80-year-old emperor and his 22 days on the throne

The Roman coin of the 3rd century, the events of which we are talking about, is a denarius of the emperor, who raised an uprising against the assassin of Alexander Sever, and who reigned...

Liberia Announces: The Land of Return

Monrovia, Liberia - The Bicentennial Steering Committee has launched Liberia’s 200-year anniversary commemoration as a country and announced the theme and slogan of the Bicentennial event. The event is being celebrated throughout 2022 from...

A bishop of the Patriarchate of Alexandria expelled a Russian “missionary” from his church

The Nierian Bishop Neophyte (in Kenya) of the Alexandria Patriarchate has made public the attempt to take over the diocesan church of his diocese from Russian "missionaries" who travel around African countries to persuade...

Guterres says Africa is ‘source of hope’ for the world

The UN Secretary-General on Saturday said that Africa was “a source of hope” for the world, highlighting the examples of the African Continental Free Trade Area and the Decade of Financial and Economic Inclusion...

The FORB Roundtable Brussels-EU urges Algeria to respect freedom of worship of non-Muslim communities

The International Institute for Religious Freedom has reported that 28 institutions as well as scholars, religious leaders and human rights advocates sign an open letter to the President of Algeria, which has been collected...
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