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Ottoman Ahmet Ali Efendi, the world’s first black pilot

Believed to be the first military aircraft pilot of African descent, Ahmet Ali Çelikten (birth name, Zmirli Aliolu Ahmed, a/k/a

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Forbidden history in Sardinia: the Giants of Mont’e Prama

When you think of Sardinia, crystal clear water, golden beaches, warm sun rays, waves crashing against the cliffs, and seagulls all

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Trade war: A more combative UK-EU relationship!

The UK is threatening to scrap Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit rules — stoking fears of a trade war The U.K. government

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Sweden Is Following Finland Into NATO Despite Years of Skepticism

Finland and Sweden Aim for NATO Membership, Prompting Russia’s Fury HELSINKI — Finland and Sweden are expected to formally apply

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The city where water defies gravity – PHOTO

At Granada’s famed Alhambra palace, a 1,000-year-old feat of hydraulics still impresses engineers today Water is everywhere in Granada’s ornate

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“Little Stalin”: Is Putin worried about disobedience in state institutions?

Putin was paranoid, he sent political commissars to all ministries, just like in Soviet times, with a special tasks The

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Prof. Dr. Anis H. Bajrektarevic: Recontextualization of Ukraine (Return of the Wir wussten nicht)

In his analysis entitled “Recontextualization of Ukraine (Return of the Wir wussten nicht[2])” he is revisiting the most relevant chapters

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The riots erupted after Rasmus Paludan burning of the Quran

Dozens injured in riots in Sweden after Quran burnings Forty people have been injured in riots that broke out over

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Unrest in Sweden over planned Quran burnings

There has been the third night of unrest in Sweden after protests against a far-right group that burned a copy

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‘No preferential treatments’; how Edi Rama was expelled from Lufthansa flight to the USA

Der Spiegel reports that the incident, confirmed by other Frankfurt-Detroit passengers, began with Rama refusing to wear the forced mask

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