Study Shows Camel Poop Does Not Treat Dysentery

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Illustrative image of camels, undated photo. A team of microbiologists from Amsterdam UMC and the University of Amsterdam say camel faeces is not a cure for diarrhoea. (Newsflash)

Dutch boffins have debunked the myth that camel poo can help treat dysentery as was previously believed to have been done by nomadic Arab tribes in North Africa. The microbiologists…

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Secret Tomb Of Ancient Egyptian General Unearthed

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The tomb of an ancient Egyptian commander of foreign soldiers named Wahbire-merry-Neith was uncovered by a Czech archaeological mission from Charles University in Abusir near Saqqara, Egypt. (The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities/Newsflash)

The secret tomb of an ancient Egyptian general who ran an army of foreign mercenaries has been unearthed by archaeologists. Egyptian military official Wahibre-mery-Neith was in charge of recruiting soldiers…

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Bones Of English Dead At Battle Of Waterloo Were Sold As Fertiliser, Study Suggests

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Batalla de Waterloo - Jan Willem Pieneman La bataille de Waterloo (1824, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) de Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853). (Jan Willem Pieneman La bataille de Waterloo (1824, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) de Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853)/Newsflash)

The bones of the fallen soldiers at the Battle of Waterloo were sold as fertiliser, a new study has suggested. The study, which was published on 17th June, nearly 207…

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Pot Luck As Trench Digging Soldiers Find Ancient Amphoras

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126 separate brigade of territorial defense of Odessa found ancient amphoras while digging trenches in Odessa, Ukraine. (126 separate brigade of territorial defense of Odessa/Newsflash)

Ukrainian soldiers have found ancient ceramic amphoras dating back to the 5th century AD while digging trenches to fight the Russian troops. The 126th separate brigade of the Odessa Defence…

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B25 Bomber And Remains Of Five US WWII Soldiers Found In Sicily

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North American B-25 Mitchell, like the one shot down in 1943, near Sciacca, Italy. (U.S. Air Force/Newsflash)

An American B-25 bomber that was shot down during World War II has been found in Sicily along with the remains of five airmen. The search started in 2017, but…

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Holocaust Survivors From Great Britain Visits Concentration Camps, Some For The First Time In Almost 80 Years

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British Holocaust survivor Mala Tribich visited former concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen in October 2021. (Newsflash)

A group of British Holocaust survivors visited the concentrations camps where they and members of the families were beaten, tortured and murdered by Nazi guards. Several members of the group…

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13th Century Christian Crusaders Who Died Of Brutal Injuries Found Buried In Mass Graves In Lebanon

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Crusader mass graves from a 13th-century attack on the port city of Sidon were discovered in Lebanon - picture shows burial 110, showing how the rectangular grave has truncated one of the earlier Iron Age stone post pads.

The skeletons of 25 soldiers from the 13th-century Crusades have been found in two mass graves with their bones showing marks of numerous brutal injuries inflicted by swords, arrows and…

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Brit Soldiers In WWII Parachute Jump With Israeli Troops In Honour Of Female Warrior-Poet Murdered By Nazis

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Israel Defense Forces paratroopers recreate World War II jump in honor of poet-soldier Hannah Senesh in Slovenia.

These images show how British soldiers have participated in a recreation of a World War II parachute jump along with Israeli troops in honour of Jewish poet-warrior and SOE agent…

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