Japan Coasts

Japan Coasts

The archipelago is separated from the Asian continent by generally shallow seas. The East China Sea is nothing but a vast expanse of shallow water (200m on average; at no point 1000m), located above an underwater plateau, on which, to the east, Formosa rises, which, keeping a short distance from the Ryū-kyū, it extends northwards […]

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Japan Cinema

Japan Cinema

According to computerminus, Japanese cinema showed encouraging signs of recovery in 2014 after the decline recorded since 2011: 161,166,000 tickets sold, 615 films produced (all-time record) and 3,364 screens overall. In the variety of genres addressed there has always been a link with the tradition of the past, but also strong elements of novelty represented […]

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Japan Christianity

Japan Christianity

According to carswers, St. Francis Xavier introduced Christianity in Japan (15 August 1549 – 20 November 1551). The Jesuits, his brothers, who followed him, made numerous conversions there, so much so that in 1582 there were already 200,000 Christians there with a seminary for many Japanese young people who were going to the priesthood. The […]

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Japan Arts

Japan Arts

According to cancermatters, the Japanese avant-garde art landscape in the early 1960s was almost dominated by the Gutai group, generated by the informal atmosphere of the 1950s, and, in the following decade, by Monoha, which can be considered an art form Japanese conceptual. By maturing a diversity from the West, both groups managed to achieve the originality that […]

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Libya Gaddafi

Libya in 2003

The handing over to British justice of the two Libyan citizens accused of the plane crash caused in the skies of Lockerbie (Scotland, December 1988) marked, in 1999, a significant change of direction in the foreign policy of President M. Gaddafi (al-Qaḏḏafī). On April 16, the UN suspended the embargo imposed on Libya in 1992. […]

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Ranthambhore National Park, India

India Landmarks

Statue of unity The tallest statue in the world – in India According to topschoolsintheusa, the Statue of Liberty in India is the tallest colossal monument on earth. It was inaugurated on October 31, 2018 and honors the work of the statesman Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel. Patel was a close companion of Mahatma Ghandi, resistance fighter […]

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Syria Revolts 2

Syria Revolts Part II

During the night of March 11, armed individuals raided the homes of poor Alawite families in the Karm al-Zaytoun neighborhood in the city of Homs and killed them at close range. [22] The Syrian Consultative Center for Human Rights Studies denounced that the crimes were perpetrated as part of a bloody plan directed by foreign intelligence services and under […]

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Syria Revolts 1

Syria Revolts Part I

In 2008 Saudi Prince Bandar Bin Sultan, known for his close ties to the CIA and the Israeli Mossad, devised a plan backed by $ 2 billion to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Assad. The plan was intended to establish five types of networks: Network of young university graduates who would be provided small sums of money, rented vehicles, mobile phones […]

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Russia Foreign and Security Policy after 2008

Russia Foreign and Security Policy after 2008

In August 2008, the Georgian military offensive against South Ossetia prompted Russia to intervene militarily in the conflict region in the South Caucasus. Russian troops also temporarily advanced to central Georgian territory, which was particularly sharply criticized by the USA and Eastern European countries. Mediation efforts resulted in Russia and Georgia agreeing to an EU […]

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United Arab Emirates Economy

United Arab Emirates Economy and Sports

United Arab Emirates (also known as the UAE or the Emirates). They are a country in the Middle East, located in the southeast of the Arabian Peninsula, in the southwest of Asia, on the Gulf of Persia, and it is made up of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Ajmān, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain. Geography As a country located in Middle East according to […]

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Ramallah, Palestine

Ramallah, Palestine

The city of Ramallah, Ramla or Ramallah is a Palestinian city in the center of the West Bank, located just 10 km north of Jerusalem ―the spiritual capital of Palestine―, [1] at an average elevation of 880 meters above sea level, adjacent to Bireh. [2] Itcurrently serves as the administrative capital (de facto and provisional) of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). Ramallah was historically a Christian Arab city. […]

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Palestine State Overview

Palestine State Overview

Palestine is the name applied since ancient times to the territory that extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the Jordan River, limited to the north by the Litani River, which separates it from Lebanon and by the Golan Heights, which mark the border with Syria, and to the south by the Sinai peninsula, which delimits the border with Egypt. Currently 78% of its territory is […]

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Kuwait History

Kuwait History

As a country located in Middle East according to ACEINLAND.COM, Kuwait became part of the Turkish Empire in the 16th century. The year 1672 is the approximate date of the founding of the city of Kuwait, when Barrak bin Ghurair was emir of Bani Khalid. During the last years under Ottoman rule, Kuwait was transformed into a semi-autonomous Arab monarchy controlled by […]

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Jordan History

Jordan History

Jordanian history dates back to the Lower Paleolithic. Much of what is now Jordanian territory was annexed to the kingdom of Israel by Kings David and Solomon around 1000 BC. n. and. Between the 7th and 16th centuries, the country fell under the rule of the Ottoman Empire. During the First World War (1914-1918) he was liberated from the Turks by Anglo- Arab troops. 1920-1923 part of the British Mandate […]

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Jordan State Overview

Jordan State Overview

Jordan. Kingdom located northwest of the Arabian peninsula, in southwest Asia. It borders Iraq to the northeast, Saudi Arabia to the south and southeast, and Israel (since the occupation of the West Bank in 1967) to the west. Limited access to the Red Sea takes place at the northern end of the Gulf of Aqaba. Characteristics There are three well-defined geographical areas in Jordan: the desert, the Jordan Valley […]

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