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Cairo’s Walls Of Freedom Demolished – Photo Document

Mohamed Mahmoud street, one of the most iconic locations of modern Egyptian history, famous for its walls graffitied by artists who gave color to the Revolution of 2011, is now being demolishing…

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Tiny House Leaves Room for Parking Below

Well prefab and modular home builders, have have ever considered building a tiny house that’s just a second floor? That’s what these guys did here, and it’s actually a…

This Tiny House Is Tinier Than It Looks

What would you guess for the square footage of this tiny home? Hint: It’s really a tiny home! It might look bigger from the outside (in the photo…

Indignation In Mexico Over Killing Of Photojournalist 

PUEBLA, México — A Mexican news photographer was among five people found dead in the middle-class neighborhood of Narvarte, Mexico City, July 31. Rubén Espinosa, former member of Proceso and collaborator with…

lobbying in the EU

Secret exchanges and informal interactions: new report shines light on lobbying in the EU

What is the state of lobbying in Europe? How transparent is it? Is there a clear and enforceable code of conduct for lobbying activities? How diverse are the…

Corso Krymská Street Festival – Photo document by Michaela Škvrňáková

Corso Krymská is known as one of the best street festival in Prague. The third annual took place this weekend in Prague Vršovice. The centerpiece was the world-famous…

Antimatter created by thunderstorms — NHU physicists — mystery continues

Large amounts of antimatter have been detected in the midst of thunderclouds, according to University of New Hampshire physicists who have been working on the problem for several…

Macedonia

Bloody spring in Macedonia

BELGRADE, Serbia — Early Saturday morning the Macedonian town of Kumanovo was awakened by a major shootout and grenade explosions. According to local media reports, police officers were attacked by an armed group, estimated…

Former Uruguayan president José Mujica recieves award at School of Economics

Former Uruguayan president José Mujica recieves award at School of Economics

Current Senator and former President of Uruguay José “Pepe” Mujica was awarded a diploma distinguishing him as a Doctor Honoris Causa of the Universidad de Buenos Aires School…

Homeless in Paris

The story behind the image: Homeless in Paris

Photo document by Paris photographer Andrea Peter Fly The French Charity “Les Morts Dans La Rue” (the Dead in the Streets) recently announced that during 2013, 454 homeless…

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Coastal dune life depends on restoration of disturbance — WU Research

Disturbance is a condition depended on by the species indigenous to coastal dunes, according to Washington University researchers who just completed a study putting numbers to claims that…

Christians in China

Sentencing of Christians in China increases 10,000% in less than a decade, rights group reports

In China, Christian citizens sentenced for their faith increased 10,517 percent between 2007 and 2014, according to rights watch group China Aid, which also speculated that the trend…

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