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Bagan, city of temples

Damaged by people, time and nature

November 14, 2016
Bagan, city of temples
Thousands of temples are spread across the plains of Bagan, Myanmar (Burma), serving as a symbol of the religious devotion of the country’s people and their rulers over the centuries. They combine to form one of the richest archaeological sites in Asia and provide a view you will not see anywhere in the world. The entry fee of 25,000 25000 Myanmar Kyat (about $20) gives tourists five days to explore the territory officially called the Bagan Archaeological Zone.

World’s most dangerous gangs. Hells Angels

Drugs and trafficking

November 11, 2016
World’s most dangerous gangs. Hells Angels
The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club was founded in Fontana, California, in 1948, at a time when military surplus made motorcycles affordable and the placid postwar years left many veterans bored and itching for adventure.

Hope in a boat

Take a chance, live or drown...

November 7, 2016
Hope in a boat
Refugees flee their home countries because they fear persecution based on their race, social group, religion or political views. Additionally, some people leave their countries to escape civil war and natural disasters.

World’s most dangerous gangs. Mungiki

Advocates of female circumcision and tobacco sniffing

November 1, 2016
World’s most dangerous gangs. Mungiki
Consisting of about 500,000 members, the Mungiki sect emerged from Kenya’s largest ethnic group, the Kikuyu. They’re viewed as both a criminal syndicate and a terrorist group, and are known for beheading anyone who stands in their way, as well as the barbaric practice of female genital mutilation.

Destructive power of moving water

How to stay safe in floods

October 31, 2016
Destructive power of moving water
A natural disaster is any catastrophic event that is caused by nature or the natural processes of the earth. The severity of a disaster is measured in lives lost, economic loss, and the ability of the population to rebuild. Events that occur in unpopulated areas are not considered disasters. So a flood on an uninhabited island would not count as a disaster, but when a populated area is flooded…

“Orphaned” nation

Venezuela without Chavez

October 27, 2016
“Orphaned” nation
When Nicolas Maduro was elected President of Venezuela in April 2013, everyone knew that he will never become a second Hugo Chavez. Lacking the charisma and power of his predecessor, he inherited a country stuck in poverty and political chaos.

World’s strangest buildings. Part II

Shoe House and Atomium

October 26, 2016
World’s strangest buildings. Part II
Matured and amateur architects have brought many amazing buildings to the world, challenging nature’s miracles. Quirky shapes, ambitious designs, new materials and various styles create an impressive picture of modern architecture from sky scrapers to weird stone constructions.

Dead animals across the world

Pollution and weather

October 19, 2016
Dead animals across the world
Animals are dying all over the world in huge numbers because of the polluted seas and air. Millions of fish and massive numbers of various marine creatures are washing ashore dead. Birds are falling dead from the sky, and millions of poultry and wildlife are dying from avian flu. Land animals are also dying in large numbers from disease.

Flights that disappeared

No wreckage or bodies ever recovered

October 14, 2016
Flights that disappeared
The rapid development of global communications increased exposure to news about accidents. As plane tracking technology has improved and become more widely used, the rare incident in which tracking fails gets attention immediately. There have been several flights throughout aviation history that never made it to their destinations, with no wreckage or bodies ever recovered.

Controversies and facts about Nobel Peace Prize winners

Prize worth 8 million Swedish crowns

October 7, 2016
Controversies and facts about Nobel Peace Prize winners
The 2016 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded October 7, 2016, to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, who became president in 2010 and signed a historic peace deal with FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono in September.