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The limestone figurine believed to be of Ankhesamon was among hundreds of artefacts taken from the museum in Mallawi, amid the unrest following the overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi. It was traced by police to a coffee shop owner in the Khan el-
If there's a perfect place for a romantic getaway to big bang your boyfriend, it's Mexico!...Jim Parsons decided to celebrate the most American holiday ever, Thanksgiving, in Cabo San Lucas! While it's not the most patriotic place to celebrate the
John McAfee has been evicted from his apartment after allegedly sending threatening emails to his property manager. IN the darkest days of World War II, a fighter pilot took to the air...Seventy years later, the "Tutankhamun's tomb" of aviation
Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012 and shot 26 people dead...IN the darkest days of World War II, a fighter pilot took to the air...Seventy years later, the "Tutankhamun's tomb" of aviation history has been recovered.
IN the darkest days of World War II, a fighter pilot took to the air...Seventy years later, his aircraft has been declared the "Tutankhamun's tomb" of aviation history...Germany's ace general, Rommel, was steamrollering across the Mediterranean...
Researchers, who had made the claim, explained that the accident had crushed the pharaoh's rib cage and many of his internal organs, including his heart. However, Salima Ikram, professor of Egyptology at the American University in Cairo, told
8 November 2013 0 View comments A painstakingly accurate replica of King Tut's tomb is set to open in Egypt this month. Its existence will present visitors with the moral dilemma of paying to see the original tomb or helping to preserve its future
While conducting a simple Internet search, Sheldon Lebold found that entries about the interpretation of Jewish subjects were mostly from Christian, Muslim or even neo-Nazi sources. I was appalled because the Jewish (sourced) entries were mere
Nearly four years after the global recession, the number of Canadians forced to use food banks on a regular basis has gone down slightly, but remains near record-high levels. CTV News recaps the annual study by Food Banks Canada, which revealed that
The British archaeologist Howard Carter and an Egyptian assistant examine the sarcophagus containing the body of the pharoah Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor Egypt. The tomb of the young pharaoh of the 18th dynasty who ruled Egypt