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 Gas Shortage Could Close Crematoriums And Leave Cemeteries Unable To Meet Demand
Image shows a cremation process, undated photo. Crematoria in Germany have been facing problems because of the ongoing gas crisis. (Newsflash)

Gas Shortage Could Close Crematoriums And Leave Cemeteries Unable To Meet Demand

German crematoriums may have to close down over winter because of fears they may not have enough gas because of Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Crematorium officials are reportedly increasingly worried…

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Read more about the article Saltwater Lagoon In Spain First Ecosystem To Be Granted ‘Human Rights’ In Europe
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Saltwater Lagoon In Spain First Ecosystem To Be Granted ‘Human Rights’ In Europe

The Mar Menor in Spain has become Europe‚Äôs first ecosystem with the equivalent of "human rights". This means that the seaside saltwater lagoon found in Murcia, Spain, now enjoys a…

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Read more about the article Genetic Study Provides New Insights Into Anglo-Saxon Migrations From Continental Europe To England
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Genetic Study Provides New Insights Into Anglo-Saxon Migrations From Continental Europe To England

A study led by UK and German scientists has revealed that Anglo-Saxons were only 24 per cent English. Early-medieval mass migrations influenced the formation of British society by increasing its…

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Read more about the article Four-Year-Old Syrian Girl Dies On Stranded Migrant Boat
The 4-year-old girl died of thirst on a boat loaded with migrants that was stuck on the high seas for about 10 days and no country wanted to rescue the migrants, despite repeated calls for help. (Newsflash)

Four-Year-Old Syrian Girl Dies On Stranded Migrant Boat

A four-year-old Syrian girl who left Lebanon for Europe on a fishing boat with 60 other migrants died of thirst after no ship or country came to their aid. Loujin…

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Read more about the article Search For Suspect Who Painted Menhir Stone Like Those Made By Obelix White
The menhir of La Lancha after it was painted white, in Arcos, Spai, undated. Picture shows the 5,000-year-old megalithic landmark was whitewashing. (entornoajerez.com/Newsflash)

Search For Suspect Who Painted Menhir Stone Like Those Made By Obelix White

A search is underway for a suspect who whitewashed history by painting a 5.000 year-old-menhir completely white. Menhir's started appearing in the middle Bronze Age and are most commonly found…

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