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What you should know about tornadoes

Signs and safety tips

July 25, 2016
What you should know about tornadoes
Tornadoes are nature’s most violent storms. Spawned from powerful thunderstorms, tornadoes can cause fatalities and devastate a neighborhood in seconds. A tornado appears as a rotating, funnel-shaped cloud that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground with whirling winds that can reach 300 miles (483km) per hour.

Country with 17,752 citizens and no inhabitants

Micronation Ladonia

July 22, 2016
Country with 17,752 citizens and no inhabitants
Ladonia is a micronation, proclaimed in 1996 as the result of a years-long court battle between artist Lars Vilks and local authorities over two sculptures. The territory is part of the natural reserve of Kullaberg in southern Sweden.

Surprising omens and superstitions

Signs people believe in

July 16, 2016
Surprising omens and superstitions
Anything that moves, flies or crawls has at one time served as a sign of a good or bad omen. People in different countries interpret these signs in various ways, which sometimes coincide and sometimes are unlike.

Think twice before going there

Most dangerous beaches

July 11, 2016
Think twice before going there
Trips to the beach usually imply fun in the sun. However, there are also dangers awaiting tourists both in the water and on the shore: from strong currents and dangerous marine life, to lightning and contaminated water. Besides, there are places not recommended to visit.

Strangest places on Earth. Part I

Haunted forest and Voodoo market

July 7, 2016
Strangest places on Earth. Part I
Nature and humans can create bizarre things, and there are some absolutely strange places around the world. They can make you fascinated or scared and will never vanish from your memory once you see them.

Wonders of spying

Operation ‘Acoustic Kitty’

July 4, 2016
Wonders of spying
Spying has emerged at the dawn of civilization. Espionage and intelligence have been around since human beings first began organizing themselves into distinct societies, cities, states and nations.

Allies and foes in Syria war chaos (Graph)

March 15, 2016
Allies and foes in Syria war chaos (Graph)
The Syrian crisis has proved to be a clash of several powers and their satellites, where ‘the-enemy-of-my-enemy-is-my-friend’ scheme doesn’t always work. All the sides make good at pursuing their interests not only on their own or with the help of allies, but also through occasional alliances with opponents.

Armenian Egypt

How Armenian vezirs revived Fatimid Caliphate

May 12, 2016
Armenian Egypt
Numerous Armenians, who settled in foreign countries, used to occupy high-ranking military and state positions there. PanARMENIAN.Net presents the history of Armenians in medieval Egypt, specifically in 11-12th centuries, known as the epoch of Armenian vezirs.

Russian troops massacre by Caucasian Tatars

Forgotten history

May 19, 2016
Russian troops massacre by Caucasian Tatars
There are a lot of historical episodes and phenomena that are interpreted and presented differently by different sources. However, there are events that all parties prefer to forget. The massacre of Russian soldiers by Caucasian Turks (also referred to as Transcaucasian Tatars, the ancestors of Azerbaijanis) in Shamkhor in 1918 is one of such events.

The Daily Beast: Turks are wondering if their President is insane

The constitution says the president has to be impartial and to keep out of party politics, but Erdogan has no intention to keep out of the fray.

May 16, 2015
The Daily Beast: Turks are wondering if their President is insane
It’s less than four weeks to go before parliamentary elections in Turkey on June 7, and it looks like President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is panicking. Or worse.
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