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Turkey finds new gas reserves, how this influences the Geo-Politics of the Black Sea

On Saturday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Turkey's recent discovery of additional natural gas reserves in the Black Sea. This development shows that...
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The White House warns that Russia was using Rudy Giuliani

The US Secret Service warned the White House last year that Russian officials were using President Donald Trump's private lawyer, Trump Trump, to pass...
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Facebook and Twitter deal with dubious news about Biden

Social media giants Facebook and Twitter limited the sharing of a dubious article in a US street paper about Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential...
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Every 100th woman in the world suffers from slavery

Globally, more than 29 million girls and women are victims of modern slavery. This is stated in the UN report. According to the anti-slavery organization...
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Amnesty denounced that Azerbaijan used banned bombs in the conflict with Armenia

Cluster bombs banned since 2010 by an international convention, They were used in Stepanakert, capital of the Armenian independentists of Nagorno Karabakh subjected to...
The Scholarly Princes ... an Egyptian Sultan invents the ballpoint pen and another Yemeni who is writing in medicine and a king classifies the first encyclopedia worth millions of dollars

The Scholarly Princes … an Egyptian Sultan invents the ballpoint pen and another Yemeni...

Information and biographies of leaders and leaders are of public interest and are closely related to the nature of regimes and their policies Today, we...
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US eager to transfer troops from Germany to Poland: “Will strengthen the containment of...

The Polish presidential elections were even more important than some experts said. Then it was determined not only and not so much who and...
Nationalists Oxymoron

The International Nationalists Oxymoron provides an opportunity for the Left

The victory of Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party in the 2019 UK election was another win in the column of avowed isolationist nationalists...
Vienna and the flak towers from the Third Reich

Vienna and the flak towers from the Third Reich

The monstrous flak towers symbolized the readiness to defend and the eternal claim of the "Third Reich". 75 years after the end of the...

Spain’s Pedro Sanchez and his fight with corona numbers

The Spanish government reported signs of relaxation for days, but from Thursday to Friday the number of new infections rose again. A dispute between...

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