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13 extraordinary chronological monuments

People who lived thousands of years before us created some striking buildings. These buildings were so extensive that scientists have been looking for centuries for answers to who, why, and most importantly, how they were built. There are all different kinds of theories, from practical to extraterrestrial. Stonehenge, England       According to legend, the stone complex was built by the magician Merlin. In fact, Stonehenge appeared long before the hypothetical time of King Arthur’s companion. But how did people transport these impossibly heavy boulders from the quarry that was found hundreds of kilometers away? The construction’s purpose isn’t quite…

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#10 Terrifying Predictions For 2017

2016 was a bad year. Beloved celebrities died, terrorists massacred dozens, Aleppo was devastated, Yemen went to Hell, North Korea detonated two nukes, and the US was divided by the nastiest election in living memory. Well, we’ve got some bad news: 2017 could be even worse. Here’s how: 10. Italy’s Banking System Collapses In a list of “boring-sounding things you should be worried about,” an Italian banking crisis would be number one. For years, Italy’s lenders have been chucking money at people like 2008 never happened. Now, experts thinks those…

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#10 Mind-Blowing Things That Happened Last Month

Keeping up with the news is hard. So hard, in fact, that we’ve decided to save you the hassle by rounding up the most mind-blowing events each month. And, boy, did last month give us plenty to write about. In a month that’s traditionally dominated by seasonal goodwill, December 2016 managed to be a nonstop cavalcade of depressing, terrifying, and world-changing news. Like a snapshot of the year as a whole, it featured terror attacks, political upheaval, humanitarian disasters, and celebrity deaths by the bucketload. Here’s what was happening while…

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#I threw a man out of a HELICOPTER’: President of Philippines makes shock confession and vows to do it again

Rodrigo Duterte has previously claimed he used to tour city streets on a motorbike looking for drug dealers to shoot dead. Rodrigo Duterte said he hurled a Chinese man suspected of rape and murder out mid-air. He said: “If you are corrupt, I will fetch you using a helicopter to Manila and I will throw you out. I have done this before, why would I not do it again?” Mr Duterte’s spokesman described the alleged incident as an “urban legend”. The latest controversy comes just weeks after Mr Duterte admitted killing people…

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#Mark Zuckerberg films baby daughter’s first steps with 360 degree video

Mark Zuckerberg has shared a video of his baby daughter Max taking her first steps with a twist – viewers can see every moment of the precious event as the proud dad used a 360-degree camera. In the video, Mark is encouraging his daughter to walk towards him with the help of their Hungarian sheepdog, Beast. He says: “You going to come and give me a hug?”. He then explains that he is filming her with a “360 camera” joking: “This is modern walking.” The founder of Facebook shared the…

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#UN: Aleppo assault likely a war crime, East Aleppo under heavy attack again despite ceasefire

ALEPPO: Plans to evacuate besieged opposition districts of Aleppo were under threat on Wednesday as renewed airstrikes and shelling rocked the Syrian city in a bombardment the UN said “most likely constitute war crimes.” Iran imposed new conditions, saying it wanted the simultaneous evacuation of wounded from two villages besieged by opposition fighters, according to UN sources. Syrian government forces renewed shelling on the last holdouts of rebel-held eastern Aleppo, raising fears that a deal to evacuate civilians and fighters from the devastated city may not be honoured. “There is…

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US, Russia relationship: Worst than Cold War time.

That’s the observation of German foreign minister Frank-Walker Steinmeir who said the present circumstances between the superpowers was more dangerous than ever, which is increasing due to continuing tensions in Syria. In his interview with German tabloid Bild , Steinmeir warned that at least during the Cold War the superpowers had “red lines and valued them”. He also mentioned that rift between Russia and US are not only tensions between Russia and the US is not only increasing but that confidence between them has all been exhausted and if this continues, we…

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Syria’s civil war is the most horrific humanitarian disaster of our times.

SYRIA BEFORE WAR Syria is located in southwest Asia at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. Islam is the main religion of the vast majority. About 74% of the population are Sunni Muslims,. Alawite, Druze, Ismailis, Shia, and Yazidis account for another 16% of the population. About 10% of the population is Christian, with Greek Orthodox being the largest denomination. Under the 1973 constitution, Islam is no longer stated to be the religion of the state, but the president of Syria must still be a Muslim, and Islamic law…

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