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“Indian Ladies In Ireland” Seek to End Violence Against Women

The 25th of November marked the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. On occasion 12 powerful women with motivational stories and experience spoke, urging the audience to end violence...

Where is the biblical Goliath buried?

Perhaps where Jesus was crucified Biblical scholars raised a curious theory - Golgotha ​​(which means forehead place and skull), the hill on which Christ was crucified, is also the place of David's famous battle with...

Sex outside of marriage is already illegal in Indonesia

The code would also retain the death penalty On Tuesday, Indonesia's parliament passed a long-awaited but controversial penal code that criminalizes extramarital sex for both citizens and foreigners, including tourists, the Associated Press reports. After ratification,...

Sustainable Christmas ideas: 5 ways to make your festivities forest friendly

The Christmas adverts are already here, the season is famously a time of excess and waste. Our small choices as consumers can make a big impact on the planet

Animal bones and food remains of the ancient Romans have been found under the Colosseum

A year-long study of the drainage system beneath Rome's Colosseum revealed bone fragments of bears and big cats. The animals were probably used for fighting or as prey in hunting games in the ancient...

Is it true that dogs attack if they sense fear?

Whether you're a dog owner or not, you've probably heard the phrase "Keep calm because dogs sense fear!" at some point in your life. This is a tip that is most often shared among...

Sponsian did exist, although historians had denied it

We are more likely to question events that will happen in the future than those in the past. However, it turns out that the course of history can change and "new" personalities enter it...

Spanish Guardia Civil dismantles the European cocaine super-cartel and takes down “drug lords” in Dubai

Malaga. Spain. During the investigation period, more than 30 tonnes of cocaine have been seized in various European ports and it is estimated that this macro criminal organisation was behind a third of the...

3 ships found at the bottom of the Baltic Sea

3 ships found at the bottom of the Baltic Sea Vessels look as if they have "just been abandoned" Danish researchers have discovered three well-preserved shipwrecks in the Baltic Sea, which are estimated to be more...

Love as a diagnosis or “F 63.9”

I recently stumbled across a post that reminded me that in 2011, experts from the World Health Organization listed love as a mental disorder.

First pilot application of Waterairport safety inspection in Greece by utilising Drones

On Monday, November 21, the Governor of the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA), Dr Christos Tsitouras, met with the head of the General Aviation & Drones Department, Mr Diamantakos Konstantinos, and a delegation of...

Ancient DNA reveals genomic history of ‘cradle of civilization’

Analysis of ancient DNA from more than 700 individuals reveals a complete genomic history of the so-called "Southern Arc," a region spanning southeastern Europe and western Asia long considered the "cradle of Western civilization." This...

Neither new nor foreign, says new exhibition launched at First Forum of Municipalities for Tolerance in Spain

Neither new nor foreign (Ni Nueva, Ni Ajena) - Spanish Federation of Municipalities (FEMP) and the state Foundation Pluralismo y Convivencia, have launched an exhibition to promote tolerance, diversity and coexistence between religions. On...

FIFA President Gianni Infantino delivered opening remarks in Doha on the eve of the FIFA World Cup 2022

FIFA President Gianni Infantino delivered his opening remarks at the FIFA Global Summit in Doha on the eve of the FIFA World Cup 2022™ that begins later on Sunday. Here you find a transcript: Your...

The secret tomb of the Thracian king with the moccasins from Malomirovo – Zlatinitsa in Bulgaria

• The Golden Wreath made with technology from the future • A dog of an unknown breed guards the king's grave • The  earliest imported silk in Europe When in the early afternoon of July 20, 2005,...

A shrine in an Egyptian temple preserves evidence of unknown rituals

Archaeologists have discovered a temple in a late Roman port on the Red Sea. It turned out that rituals were performed there that neither the Romans nor the Egyptians knew. Archaeologists from the Autonomous...

Celebrating nearly half a century of successful drug rehabilitation in Sweden

As pointed out in a recent article by a contributor of The European Times, over the last two decades the demand and supply for illicit drugs have dramatically increased as evidenced by the huge...

Medieval Divorce by Battle: Guaranteed ’til death do us part’

Divorce is a subject that has provided endless material for writers of drama and comedy throughout the ages, from Euripides to Shakespeare to today's bestseller list. When Kenneth Hodges, an English professor at the...

A Masonic Connection and a Strange Face: The Secrets the Statue of Liberty Hides

The Statue of Liberty, with the full name Liberty Enlightening the World, is an American monument at the mouth of the Hudson River in New York and is one of the most popular symbols...

Turkey: Police rescue 3,000-year-old bull statue in Cappadocia

Police seized a priceless 3,000-year-old bull statue and arrested four criminals. This happened during a special operation carried out in Cappadocia, in the Avanos district, Nevshehir city. According to the statement from the governor's office,...

British Queen Consort Camilla presented an award to Mikhail Baryshnikov

At a ceremony on Wednesday at Buckingham Palace, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award, the Royal Academy of Dance's most prestigious honor The wife of the British King Charles III, Queen Consort...

Sociological Dimensions of Paul’s Teaching on Eucharist

By Asist. Prof. Dimitrios C. Passakos Paul's all direct accounts for the Eucharist are in the first Epistle to the Corinthians and they are connected with concrete problems the community there was facing. The first...

How long will we move the clocks twice a year?

The country holding the rotating presidency of the EU can renew debates on the topic if it makes it a priority Already in 2018, the European Commission proposed to put an end to the change...

Moroccan Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch is increasingly on top, and the people are increasingly on the bottom

Aziz Akhannouch follows the same reasoning as Andrej Babis in the Czech Republic, as leaders who have used their positions to reap additional wealth, while their people suffer from poverty, unemployment and social fragility. At...

Discovery may lead to Cleopatra’s lost tomb

A tunnel was discovered under the "Great Tomb of Osiris". A tunnel has been discovered under the ancient Egyptian temple Taposiris Magna, or "Great Tomb of Osiris", which may lead to the long-lost tomb of...
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