Thousands Of Years Of History Burned Down: Fire In Notre Dame de Paris (Photo & Video)

The fire in the legendary Cathedral could not be quickly eliminated, as a result of the building collapsed spire. Tens of thousands of people around the world with a sinking heart watching the situation.

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Snowden Recalled The UN Statements On Assange Detention

Former Intelligence Community officer Edward Snowden recalled the decisions of UN experts calling the possible detention of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange a violation of human rights.

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Trump Expresses Regret In Connection With The Tough Position On Brexit By The European Union

US President Donald Trump expressed regret that the European Union took a tough position on the issue of the UK’s withdrawal from the union.

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Named The Most Popular Museum In The World

The Art Newspaper reported that the Louvre (Musée du Louvre) won first place in the ranking of the most visited museums in the world. Over the past year, more than ten million people have visited it.

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US Presents A Potential Contraceptive For Men

Scientists at the University of Washington presented at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society (ENDO-2019) a report on the success of first phase study on male contraception. Detailed report was also published in the scientific journal JCEM.

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