The little obvious and chilling similarities between the far right and the self-styled Islamic State

The little obvious and chilling similarities between the far right and the self-styled Islamic State

What do the extreme right groups in the United Kingdom and the militants of the Islamic State have in common? Right-wing radicals in the United Kingdom have been accessing material on terrorism posted on the Internet by the extremist group calling itself the Islamic State, the anti-terrorism experts told the...

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Kakebo, the centenary Japanese method that can help you save up to 35% of your salary

Kakebo, the centenary Japanese method that can help you save up to 35% of your salary

The kakebo was designed to help wives manage the domestic economy, according to the author of a book on this Japanese method of saving. Saving is one of those purposes that one does, generally, every time we receive the salary. And we often fail: either we do not save at all...

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The study that reveals that we never stop producing neurons (and why it is important)

The study that reveals that we never stop producing neurons (and why it is important)

According to the study from the University of Madrid, our brain continues to generate new neurons throughout life. For years, the belief that we were born with a limited number of neurons for our entire lives was installed. In fact, it is a debate that still stands within the scientific...

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Mural of Trump milking Saudi king shows Yemenis’ disgust at war

Mural of Trump milking Saudi king shows Yemenis’ disgust at war

A huge mural in downtown Hodeidah shows a cow with the horned head of King Salman of Saudi Arabia. At the other end of the beast, US President Donald Trump tugs on its udders — filling golden pails. They’ve got dollar signs on them.   It’s a graphic display of...

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Ways You Can Help Your Teen Succeed at Their First Job

Ways You Can Help Your Teen Succeed at Their First Job

Landing a job is hard but succeeding at one can be even harder. Your teen’s first job can pave ways for his career in the future, it’d serve as a great opportunity to learn and grow. However, your kid may require some help from you. Read on to see how...

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The Best Teacher in the World: Peter Tabichi donates most of the salary to his poorest students and received the “Nobel Prize for Education”

The Best Teacher in the World: Peter Tabichi donates most of the salary to his poorest students and received the “Nobel Prize for Education”

Brother Peter Tabichi donates most of his salary to help his students and has been praised as an “exceptional teacher”. A science teacher from a rural area of ​​Kenya who donates most of his salary to support the poorest students was chosen Sunday as the best teacher in the world....

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The amazing ways in which the hours you eat affect your weight and your health

The amazing ways in which the hours you eat affect your weight and your health

When young people start college, it is common for them to gain weight. In the United States they call this phenomenon “freshman 15”, in reference to the 15 pounds (a little more than six kilos) that they normally earn during the first year in which students live away from home. In...

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Mount Everest: Melting glaciers expose dead bodies

Mount Everest: Melting glaciers expose dead bodies

Mount Everest expedition operators are finding increasing numbers of climbers’ dead bodies on the world’s highest peak as high temperatures melt glaciers and snow. More than 200 mountaineers have died on the peak since 1922, when the first climbers’ deaths on Everest were recorded. The majority of bodies are believed to have...

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Boredom is good for children

Boredom is good for children

When it comes to happiness, poll after poll, Dutch children are the ones at the top of the charts. Is it for education? How do their families raise them? Or will the secret be hidden in the genetics of the population of this rainy country of 17 million inhabitants? In truth, there...

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Why India celebrates Holi: The legends behind the festival of color

Why India celebrates Holi: The legends behind the festival of color

It’s the bold image of India most often seen in ad campaigns, films and music videos: People coming together from all walks of life to sing, dance and splash their friends and family with colored powder and water. Brands such as Sony and Canon have used the vibrant festival to showcase their...

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