Georgian billionaire Badri Patarkatsishvili was found dead at his mansion in Surrey, England, slightly over a month after announcing a presidential bid in December 2008. Preliminary reports suggested a heart attack as the cause of death, with British police finding no trace of foul play.
The book completed by Stephen Hawking’s family and colleagues seven months after his death, provides answers to the questions that the famed physicist said he had been asked most often in his lifetime.
After World War II, about 10 percent of Norwegian women aged 18-35 who engaged in romantic relationships with German soldiers were detained, deported and even deprived of their citizenship, being given the unflattering nickname "German girls."
The State of Palestine remains unrecognized by numerous UN members and holds non-member observer status at the organization since November 2012. The US is one of roughly 50 states that refuse to recognize Palestine, demanding it engage in negotiations with Israel to achieve a lasting peace.
Russian mixed martial arts fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov has become an inspiration for a Turkish graffiti artist following his victory over his Irish rival Conor McGregor during the lightweight championship at UFC 229 last week.
The United States’ policy is to compete with Russia on the global energy market, President Donald Trump said.
A feminist theater play with a telltale name "Salon Vagina!" expected to enlighten schoolkids about "the pussy" has caused many angry reactions among ordinary Swedes.
On October 11, the crew of the Soyuz MS-10 manned spacecraft made an emergency landing in Kazakhstan due to an accident that took place two minutes after the craft’s launch from the Baikonur cosmodrome.
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