Read more about the article How I Gave Communism The Kiss Off Says Berlin Wall Boss
Former East German border guard officer Harald Jaeger, 79, poses in undated photo. He disobeyed orders and opened the Bornholmer Street border crossing of the Berlin Wall on Nov. 9, 1989. (Newsflash)

How I Gave Communism The Kiss Off Says Berlin Wall Boss

A former East German Berlin Wall border guard officer has revealed how he went against orders to open the gates that led to the collapse of communism. Harald Jaeger -…

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Read more about the article Army Commander Points Finger At USA And Israel, Saying Iran Will Not Allow Foreign Interference
Iranian Army Commander Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi poses in an undated photo. He stressed on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022, that the army will not permit any interference and aggression by any foreign powers in the country's internal affairs. (Newsflash)

Army Commander Points Finger At USA And Israel, Saying Iran Will Not Allow Foreign Interference

The head of the Iranian army has pointed the finger at the USA and Israel and said that the country's Armed Forces will not allow any foreign interference or aggression…

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Read more about the article Study Suggests Mercenaries May Have Helped Ancient Greeks Turn The Tide Of War Against Carthaginians
Picture shows a mass grave from the battle of Himera in 409 BC, undated. Genomes from the remains reveal the genetic diversity of the soldiers. (University of Vienna/Newsflash)

Study Suggests Mercenaries May Have Helped Ancient Greeks Turn The Tide Of War Against Carthaginians

Researchers have discovered that mercenaries may have helped Greeks battle Carthaginians in Sicily over 2,500 years ago. DNA analysis of 54 bodies found in mass graves revealed that a decent…

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Read more about the article Indian Power Co Wins Arbitration In Paris Court
LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: A statue of the Scales of Justice stands above the Old Bailey on January 19, 2021 in London, England. Criminal watchdogs representing England and Wales have expressed concern over the backlog of cases, caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Figures have revealed that the backlog of unheard cases in the crown courts has reached 54,000. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Indian Power Co Wins Arbitration In Paris Court

Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited (KPTL), an Indian company listed on India’s largest National Stock Exchange, has won an arbitration award against Rwanda Energy Group (REG) in a Paris Court. The…

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