Monday , September 25 2017

At least 300 Burundian refugees return home from Tanzania

The UN refugee agency has started repatriating hundreds of Burundian refugees back home from neighboring Tanzania. Emmanuel Maganga, government commissioner for the Kigoma region in northwestern Tanzania, said 300 refugees returned home on Thursday using public transport. At least 12 000 Burundian refugees have signed up for voluntary repatriation. Maganga …

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We want to live in the space colonies NASA engineers dreamed up in 1975


At the peak of the Space Race, both the Russian and the United States space agencies were developing plans to establish permanent space colonies in orbit around our planet and beyond. In fact, in 1975, NASA’s Ames Research Center gathered 19 professors at Stanford University for 10 weeks with intention of not …

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Magnitude-8 earthquake hits southern Mexico

A magnitude-8 earthquake has struck off the southern coast of Mexico, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said, shaking buildings in the capital city and killing at least two people. The earthquake, the strongest to hit Mexico since 1985, struck late on Thursday and people in Mexico City ran out into …

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Meet The Model With The Longest Legs In The World As She Scoops 2 Guinness World Records.

A tall Russian model who overcame bullying to become an Olympic star has officially set a new record for having the world’s longest legs (female).   Ekaterina Lisina, who stands at 6ft 9in, has two Guinness records to her name having also been crowned the world’s tallest model. The 29-year-old’s left …

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Naked woman parades through Italian city for social experiment but gets hounded by group of men

A naked woman was filmed brazenly walking through a park in Italy while a group of men gawked at her then followed and tried to touch her. The lady strolled through the busy park in Bologna, Italy in only her slippers and a white bag. Other than those, her entire …

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The Best and Worst Countries to Live and Work In, According to Expats

The reputations of the U.S. and U.K. as good places to live and work are in free fall among some of the world’s most mobile and cosmopolitan people. Since last year’s presidential and Brexit votes, both the U.S. and Britain are perceived as less friendly to foreigners and less politically stable, according to …

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