Back in pagan times, a Roman necropolis stood on what is now Vatican Hill. After the fire of 64 AD, Nero accused the Christians of starting the fire. He executed them (we won’t go into detail, other than to say it was gory). Among those crucified was St. Peter—disciple of Jesus Christ and the first […]
“Vibration Monitoring Market by Component (Hardware, Software, and Services), System Type (Embedded Systems, Vibration Analyzers, and Vibration Meters), Monitoring Process (Online and Portable), Industry, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2023″ The vibration monitoring market is expected to grow from USD 1.19 Billion in 2016 and to reach USD 1.85 Billion by 2023, at a […]
[stag_dropcap font_size=”100px” style=”normal”]T[/stag_dropcap]he World’s 50 Best Restaurants (W50B) awards just went down in Singapore – one of my favorite street food cities in the world. Of course, we were present to cover the events (and to eat all the food)! Two major changes affected the list this year. First of all, the list was extended […]
“Chi Chi Chi Le Le Le, Viva Chile!” /revurberated in the stands around me. The chant had a defiant air to it as the score read U.S.A 3-0 Chile. A one sided encounter that was my first World Cup, women’s game and football match in France. It was a little over an hour before kickoff […]
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Midsommar is a trip into a fairytale that oscillates between nightmare and oddity, humorous and grotesque, and is a great second outing for Ari Aster.
► Why was Russia excluded from the Council of Europe assembly? In the spring of 2014, Europe is in shock. Russia will annex Crimea in a few weeks after a flash intervention by its commandos followed by a referendum on self-determination not recognized by the UN, before beginning the destabilization of eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian […]
The Olympic Winter Games are heading back to Italy! The International Olympic Committee (IOC) selected the joint bid from the city of Milan and the neighboring ski resort town of Cortina d’Ampezzo to host the winter games in 2026. The cities were selected on June 24, 2019 during the committee’s meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland. The […]
A Swedish administrator of a big Facebook group has been charged and found guilty after failing to remove a comment perceived to be racist. The guilty verdict handed down Tuesday could lead to major consequences for Sweden, observers said. Eskilstuna District court ruled that some of the comments on the group were racist and should […]
Stephen Colegrave speaks to Kristina Lunz, co-founder of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, on why we need to fundamentally alter the lens through which we view foreign policy and how it is conducted.
Dhe third star on the jersey is the goal of the German women's soccer national team at the World Cup in France. After 2003 and 2007 Germany could become world champion for the third time, if the team after the 3-0 round of 16 win over Nigeria should win three times. The way to the […]
The Peace of Westphalia (or Treaty of Westphalia) was a series of treaties that were signed between May and October of 1648 within the Westphalian cities of Osnabrück and Münster. Due to these peace treaties, they had ended the Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) in the Holy Roman Empire between the Habsburgs and their Catholic allies […]