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Machu Picchu, threatened by a vegetation fire. Difficult intervention for firefighters

Dozens of hectares of vegetation are affected by the fire that broke out earlier this week, when Peruvian farmers burned dry grass before sowing new crops. The flames are now approaching the ruins of the Incas in Machu Picchu, an inaccessible area, reports The Guardian. The fire covered about half of the Vatican’s state. As of Wednesday, about 20 hectares had been affected by the…
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North Korea says it has found the cause of the COVID wave of diseases: contaminated balloons sent from the South

Authorities in North Korea blame the country’s COVID-19 outbreak on groups of deserters arriving in South Korea, accusing them of sending balloons across the border that were contaminated with coronavirus, The Guardian reports. After two years of insisting on no COVID-19 cases, Pyongyang admitted in May that it had confirmed its first illnesses, raising concerns that the spread of the…
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All Covid-19 restrictions lifted in Russia

Due to the long decline in the number of cases in Russia, all corona virus restrictions have been lifted. In the corona virus epidemic in Russia, the decrease in the number of cases for the last 4 months has lifted all measures. In the statement made by the Russian…
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Frightening poll: 1 in 4 Americans ready for armed uprising

In the survey, many Americans stated that they were very uncomfortable with the Biden administration and that they thought it might be necessary to take up arms against the administration soon. A study conducted in the USA revealed that a quarter of the Americans are ready for an armed uprising against the government. According to a survey of 1,000 registered voters by the University of…
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American women launch 'sex strike' against abortion ban

Thousands of women took to the streets after the US Supreme Court upheld the law banning abortion at 15 weeks of pregnancy. Women on social networks to criticize the law ‘sex strike’ started the stream. According to the Unilad report Washington DC, Chicago, Los…
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Proposal for Texas schools to describe slavery as "involuntary relocation"

For now, the State Board of Education has rejected a proposal made by a group of teachers, writes the local Texas Tribune, at a time when the US education system has become highly politicized. Texas public schools could describe slavery in lessons taught to second-graders as “involuntary relocation,” according to new standards proposed to the state board of education, the Associated…
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