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Russian Foreign Ministry threatens to remove German journalists

Russian Foreign Ministry threatens to remove German journalists

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova revealed that Russia is ready to expel all German journalists from the country in the wake of a leaked conversation between German military officers. In the leaked audio, officers discussed Taurus long-range missile deliveries to Ukraine, the training of Ukrainian forces, and a possible strike by Kyiv on a […]

Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Detained by Police at Coal Mine Protest

Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Detained by Police at Coal Mine Protest

Climate activist, Greta Thurnberg has been detained by the German police at a protest over the expansion of a coal mine in a west German village of Lützerath. Thurberg, among thousands of other activists and protesters, took part in a weekend long demonstration against the razing of the German village that would make way for an expansion of the Garzweiler lignite coal mine, owned by European energy giant RWE. According to RWE, once the eviction is complete, they plan to build a 1.5 kilometer perimeter fence around the village which would seal off the village buildings, sewers, and streets before they are demolished.

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers Make Historic Win in Germany

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers Make Historic Win in Germany

Don’t count Tom Brady out as a history-maker just yet. On Sunday, the decorated Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback led his team to a historic 21-16 victory against the Seattle Seahawks at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany, marking their first regular season game and victory in the country. With the victory, Brady also became the first quarterback in the NFL to start a regular season game in three different countries outside of the U.S.

Politics in Movies: How it Influences the Media 

Politics in Movies: How it Influences the Media 

Looking and analyzing Hollywood and American movies, we can see the trend of the “villain.” The concept of a villain expands beyond Disney movies, but where did it come from?
Art usually expresses real life events, and movies are no different. Hollywood has long had the concept of the villain and it aligns with the real-life villains to the US.
Here are the villains in the United States of America’s history and their portrayal:

Meet Freya, the Walrus Who Became Famous in Norway for Sinking Boats 

Meet Freya, the Walrus Who Became Famous in Norway for Sinking Boats 

Meet Freya, the walrus that’s spent its summer sunbathing and sinking boats in Northern Europe yet has captured the hearts of tourists and locals alike. This young female walrus, weighing around 1,300 pounds, has been sighted in Denmark, Germany, and Scotland before hitting Oslo Harbour in Norway for her summer holiday. Norwegians have come to watch this walrus eat, sunbathe, and sleep on boats in the harbor along Norway’s southeastern coastline for days or even weeks at a time.

The Most Interesting Groups from World Cup 2022

The Most Interesting Groups from World Cup 2022

The FIFA World Cup is one of the most anticipated sports events in the world. Everyone will have their eyes on the World Cup groups and fixtures. However, some groups are bound to be more entertaining. Four years ago, the World Cup champion was France, a nation that came in group C, consisting of France, Australia, Peru, and Denmark. Back in 2014, the champion was Germany from group G, which consisted of Germany, Portugal, Ghana, and the United States.

Ancient City in Iraq Uncovered by Massive Drought

Ancient City in Iraq Uncovered by Massive Drought

After an extreme drought in Iraq has shrunken the Tigris River, an ancient city that was underwater for decades has emerged. The city is believed to be Zakhiku, which was a major hub for the Mittani Empire which reigned from 1550 to 1350 BC. The city had been submerged in the 1980s when the Iraqi government built the Mosul Dam. 

Researches Use Ancient Teeth to Reveal Origins of Black Death

Researches Use Ancient Teeth to Reveal Origins of Black Death

A team of researchers from Scotland and Germany has used ancient teeth to discover what they believe are the origins of the Black Death, one of the most significant episodes of disease in human history. Despite years of research into the bubonic plague, scientists have been unable to determine where the disease began. However, this new research suggests that it began in what is now Kyrgyzstan in the 1330s. 

National Dishes are a Reflection of the Past and Poor

National Dishes are a Reflection of the Past and Poor

The national dishes of countries are as diverse as the cultures themselves. However, one commonality between the cuisines most countries are famous for is that they are more often than not, the cuisine of regular people. National dishes and famous meals from different countries are usually something that is enjoyed by everyone; recipes born from the childhoods of that culture.

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