The tragedy of the Sahara desert: An ancient civilization in Africa?

The largest desert on Earth is also the most mysterious part of the planet. But many alternative researchers are unanimous…

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“I’m a black monster”: Chinese who used Malawian children to earn money arrested

A Chinese filmmaker wanted by authorities in Malawi in connection with an investigation into allegations of racism and child exploitation…

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The Pyramid of Cheops: who built this wonder of the world and why?

The Pyramid of Cheops is the most famous pyramid in Egypt. However, the Egyptian papyri do not mention its construction…

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Cocoa production in Africa: To 5 dominating countries in Africa

Most of the world’s cocoa is grown in West Africa, accounting for more than two-thirds of the total. Côte d’Ivoire…

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Guests of five-star hotel in Zimbabwe can get bucket if they want hot water

Zimbabwe’s five-star Meikles Hotel has warned its guests that hot water is no longer coming out of the taps and…

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Famine threatens Somalia due to climate and war in Ukraine

Somalia is on the brink of famine, the UN says. It has not rained enough in the northeast African country…

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Is Sirrush from the Ishtar Gate an African dinosaur?

The Ishtar Gate is a huge semicircular arch, bounded on the sides by giant walls and opening onto a rather…

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Mysterious Gambian dragon Ninki-Nanka

In recent years, Gambia has attracted the attention of cryptozoologists thanks to a mysterious creature called “Nninki-Nanka”.

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Belgian monarch to Congo for the first time in 12 years

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde leave on Tuesday for a state visit to Congo. It has been since 2010 that…

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Egypt unveils hundreds of sarcophagi and bronze statues recently discovered

Egypt presents an impressive exhibition of artifacts recently uncovered in the famous Sakkara cemetery. These include 250 painted sarcophagi and…

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More than 30 died in food distribution by Nigerian church

At least 31 people were killed in a scramble for a free food distribution organized by a church in southern…

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Who was awarded with gold flies in ancient Egypt, and for what?

Their son presented it to the pharaoh’s wife Ta’a II (also known as Seqenenre Tao) in recognition of her achievements…

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