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Georgian journalists spoil government’s party

What was meant to be an international celebration of Georgia’s European aspirations was overshadowed by a continuing protest by the country’s media following far-right violence that injured dozens of journalists

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Shaping Agenda for the Second Russia-Africa Summit

Ahead of the upcoming second Russia-Africa summit, scheduled for October-November 2022 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the Coordination Council established under the aegis of the Secretariat of the Russia-Africa Partnership Forum (RAPF), has held its …

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Russian archaeologists found 4,000-old city in Iraq

A group of Russian archaeologists discovered June 24 an ancient settlement about 4,000 years old in Dhi Qar governorate in southern Iraq. The discovery was made in the area of Tell al-Duhaila, which is home to more than 1,200 archaeological sites, including the Great Ziggurat of Ur site from the Sumerian era, and the royal tomb

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Why do kids hate going to sleep, while adults usually love it?

The school holidays are here, and parents struggling to get their children to bed will no doubt be thinking: what is wrong with you? I would do anything to get more sleep! Children seem to do everything possible to avoid sleep, yet many adults can’t seem to get enough of it

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BP boosts offshore gas production in Azerbaijan

BP has announced the start of gas production under the second phase of the Shah Deniz offshore project in Azerbaijan’s deep-water sector of the Caspian Sea, with the UK supermajor also resuming plans to start long-discussed shallow water exploration drilling in the country

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