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With IQ of genius, Natsumi Tsuji (11) slit her classmate’s throat

At the age of 11, Natsumi Tsuji slit her classmate’s throat because she called her “fat”: the little murderess with…

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Conspiracy or revolution: how Libyans assess the overthrow of Gaddafi after ten years

Ten years ago, on February 15, 2011, anti-government protests accompanied by unrest broke out in Libya. Supported by the NATO…

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Who is Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala? The first woman at the head of the WTO

Nigerian Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (66) will be the new Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO)

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Zambian colonization of Mars with Edward Mukuka Nkoloso

Attempts to reach a distant planet and establish a colony there were already undertaken, and Edward Mukuka Nkoloso, brave astronauts…

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Study worries scientists: nanoparticles penetrate into the brain through food

Nanomaterials can penetrate deep into the food chain and even end up in the brain through food.

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New study proves SARS-CoV-2 comes from the laboratory

After studying 26 facts in search of the origin of the new coronavirus, the American researcher Steven Quay concluded: “that…

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Sputnik V, the Russian vaccine, showed 91.6% effectiveness, no serious adverse effects

Sputnik V is a Russian vaccine against the Covid-19. The prestigious scientific magazine finally released technical information on phase III…

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Why so many variants of the coronavirus appear now

Viruses mutate all the time, but why is it that more SARS-CoV-2 strains seem to be appearing now? When they…

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Bobi Wine moves the lines but Museveni is an ally of all time

Under house arrest since the disputed election on January 14, Bobi Wine continues to mobilize Uganda’s streets, not leaving Uganda’s…

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Fall of Trump: lost election, court cases and suspended on social networks

He lost the presidential election, failed to accept defeat, and went to court. He lost the court cases due to…

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Who warns: Covid-19 “is not necessarily the biggest pandemic” but wake-up call

Experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) warn: the corona pandemic is or has been very serious, but “not necessarily…

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Epidemiologist predicts new ‘roaring twenties’: “look for social contact”

Like the Spanish flu in 1918, this pandemic will also be followed by an eventful decade: the ‘roaring twenties’. That…

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