Lost South African city brought to life with digital reconstruction

Experts have created a stunning digital reconstruction of a centuries-old lost city discovered in South Africa. The ruins of Kweneng were spotted beneath thick vegetation at Suikerbosrand near Johannesburg using sophisticated laser technology. Karim Sadr, a professor at the school of geography, archaeology and environmental studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, told Fox News that researchers have been hard […]

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South Sudan archivists fear loss of historical texts

With efforts to get national archives off the ground stalled, conflict not only threatens people but also historical heritage. Juba, South Sudan – The history of Africa’s youngest nation is on the shelves surrounding Youssef Onyalla. Onyalla, director of South Sudan’s national archives, delicately turns the yellowed pages, which provide a link to the country’s past.  “We have archives on [tribes], we have […]

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History proves Trump can fire Mueller without paying a price

Rudy Giuliani is getting impatient. “Put up or shut up,” the former New York City mayor tweeted last week in a direct challenge to special counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller’s team has been investigating Giuliani’s client, President Trump, since May 2017 — that’s 19 months and counting — and has spent more than $25 million in the process. In that time, […]

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Archaeologists uncover erotic art in ancient Pompeii bedroom

Pompeii archeologists announced Monday the discovery of this erotic depiction of the Greek myth “Leda and the Swan,” which was hidden under ash for centuries It’s believed to have adorned a bedroom wall in a home at the center of the ancient city, near modern-day Naples, which was buried by the lava of Mount Vesuvius in the year 79. The […]

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History repeats as West Belconnen down Queanbeyan Kangaroos

Don't panic. Easier said than done, especially with your season on the line, but that's what West Belconnen coach Troy Thompson was hoping his players would do. And they did. And they won. Beating the Queanbeyan Kangaroos 18-16 in the Canberra Raiders Cup minor semi-final at Freebody Oval on Saturday. It was exactly the same score as last week when […]

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Invasion Of Privacy Is No Joke: A History Of The Erin Andrews Peephole Scandal

It’s time to revisit the infamous Erin Andrews nude video scandal through the lens of the ongoing #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. The explosive scandal surrounding the Fox sports reporter has been a turbulent roller coaster ride bursting with naked pics on the Internet, lawsuits, public discussions, theories and millions of dollars in damages. More: Jury Awards Erin Andrews $55 Million […]

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Tottenham make history by signing … nobody?

Tottenham have become the first team in Premier League history not to make a summer signing since the transfer window's inception in 2003. The club were linked with a number of names, notably Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish, for whom they had a £25million ($43m) bid rejected on Wednesday. Staying put: Dele Alli and Harry Kane. Their failure to bring […]

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Scientists just brought 40,000-year-old worms back to life

What if you could freeze yourself for a hundred years and then wake back up in the future? Would you do it? How about 1,000 years? Or 10,000? Some very tiny worms in Russia just arrived from an ice-cold time machine after being frozen roughly 40,000 years ago. They’re alive, they’re moving and eating and they’re now they’re thought to […]

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