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'World's oldest shipwreck discovered'

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

Researchers report finding oldest shipwreck in the world

Archaeologists have found the wreck of an intact Greek ship at the bottom of the Black Sea.

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From Mosul to Moria: 'A US air strike killed all of my family'

An Iraqi refugee remembers the day when 12 of his relatives, including a six-month-old, died in the Battle for Mosul. 1,475 more words


The myth of the golden bird

Fikos completed  his new mural in Almetyevsk in the Autonomous Republic of Tatarstan in Russia. Participating in the project “The tales of golden apples” which is promoted by the Public-art program in Almetyevsk and TATNEFT he had the opportunity to study local myths and traditions. 110 more words


Mount Athos, a Male-Only Holy Retreat, Is Ruffled by Tourists and Russia

Source: The New York Times

By Neil MacFarquhar

MOUNT ATHOS, Greece — The skulls, lined up five deep on wooden shelves, date back hundreds of years, with the names of the more recently deceased scratched onto their foreheads — Monk Theolothelis, 91, 26-6-1986, or Monk Kyprianos, 100, 14-8-87. 72 more words

The Muslim Times

To cruise or not to cruise...

About this time last year, having recently sold our Auckland house, and with the prospect of loosening the noose around our necks that an Auckland mortgage brings, we planned a European cruise. 1,551 more words

Latvia 2004 (Eirovizijas Dziesmu Konkursa) #Playlist

Latvian National Final 2004

Date (Final):  February 28th, 2004

Winner: Fomins & Kleins – Dziesma par laimi

Links for the digital platforms playlist:

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National Final