Climate change is a threat to antiquities

A study in Greece shows how weather events affect cultural heritage

Rising temperatures, prolonged heat and drought are affecting climate change worldwide. Now, the first study in Greece that examines the effect of climate change on the future microclimate of historical monuments and…

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Religion’s In Today’s World – Mutual Understanding Or Conflict (Following the views of Fritjof Schuon and Samuel Huntington, on the mutual understanding or clash between religions)

By Dr. Masood Ahmadi Afzadi,

Dr. Razie Moafi

INTRODUCTION

In the modern world, the situation related to the rapid increase in the number of beliefs is considered a major problem. This fact, in symbiosis with the peculiar contradictions outwardly apparent regarding the nature of faith,…

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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF VINE-GROWING AND WINE PRODUCING, WINE FESTIVAL

VINARIA took place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria from 20 to 24 February 2024.

The International Exhibition of Vine-growing and Wine producing VINARIA is the most prestigious platform for the wine industry in Southeast Europe. It showcases a rich selection of drinks: from authentic local products to…

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Auction for a watch melted by the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima

A watch that was melted during the August 6, 1945, atomic bombing of Hiroshima has sold for more than $31,000 at auction, the Associated Press reported.

Its arrows stopped at the moment of the detonation of the atomic bomb over the Japanese city – at 8:15 a.m. local time, according to…

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Christianity is very inconvenient | -europeantimes.news-

By Natalya Trauberg (interview given in the fall of 2008 given to Elena Borisova and Darja Litvak), <a href=”http://expert.ru/expert/2009/19/hristianstvo_eto_neudobno/”>Expert No. 19(657), May 18, 2009</a>

To be a Christian means to give up oneself in favor of one’s neighbor. This has…

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Dostoyevsky and Plato removed from sale in Russia due to “LGBT propaganda”

The Russian bookstore Megamarket was sent a list of books to be removed from sale due to “LGBT propaganda”. Journalist Alexander Plyushchev published a list of 257 titles on his Telegram channel, writes The Moscow Times.

The list includes not only literary novelties, but also classics….

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Afforestation of Africa threatens grasslands and savannahs

New research warns that Africa’s tree-planting campaign poses a double jeopardy as it will damage ancient CO2-absorbing grass ecosystems while failing to fully restore depleted forests, the Financial Times reports. The article, published in the journal Science, focuses on one particular project,…

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Alexandrian Holy Synod deposed the new Russian exarch in Africa

On February 16, at the meeting in the ancient monastery “St. George” in Cairo the H. Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria decided to depose Bishop Constantine (Ostrovsky) of Zaraysk from the Russian Orthodox Church.

On October 11 last year, he was appointed acting “Patriarchal…

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Bulgarian psychiatric hospitals, prisons, children’s boarding schools and refugee centres: misery and violated rights

The Ombudsman of the Republic of Bulgaria, Diana Kovacheva, published the Institution’s Eleventh Annual Report of the inspections in places of deprivation of liberty in 2023, carried out by the National Preventive Mechanism (NPM) – the NPM is a specialized directorate under the Ombudsman,…

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North Macedonia already exports nearly 4 times more wine than Bulgaria

Years ago, Bulgaria was one of the biggest producers of wine in the world, but now it has been losing its position for almost 2 decades. This is the main conclusion of the initial analysis of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce (BCC).

Since 1961, the country has been among the first 15…

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Nexo’s claim against Bulgaria turned out to be over 3 billion dollars

The claim of “NEXO” against Bulgaria, the Ministry of Finance and the Prosecutor’s Office turned out to be over 3 billion dollars. This is clear from the digital asset company’s announcement to the media at the end of January.

“The size of the arbitration claim is determined by the…

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Christmas, Easter and Halloween banned in private schools in Turkey

The Ministry of Education in Ankara has changed the rules for private schools in Turkey. It prohibits “activities that contradict national and cultural values and cannot contribute to the psychosocial development of students”. The ministry has sent a warning letter to schools about…

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