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Forced marriage of Rohingya’s children

The Rohingya speak Rohingya or Ruaingga, a dialect that is distinct to others spoken in Rakhine State and throughout Myanmar. They are not considered one of the country’s 135 official ethnic groups and have been denied citizenship in Myanmar since 1982, which has effectively rendered them stateless.

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Redheads Have A Genetic Superpower We All Wish We Had

1. They don’t require as much Vitamin D as we do. Redheads are able to create their own Vitamin D, which decreases their chances of getting ailments like rickets, diabetes, and arthritis.

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Secret Archive of Moscow’s Nuclear University

National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) is one of the most recognized technical universities in Russia. MEPhI was founded in 1942 as the Moscow Mechanical Institute of Munitions , but it was soon renamed the Moscow Mechanical Institute.

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The traditional wedding of Qashqai tribe

Qashqai  is a conglomeration of clans in homeland consisting of mostly Turkic peoples but also Lurs, Kurds, and Arabs.Almost all of them speak a Western Ghuz Turkic dialect that they call Turki, as well as Persian in formal use.

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Horror roles that really messed up the actors’ heads Read More

Malcolm McDowell in A Clockwork Orange (1971) Stanley Kubrick’s highly controversial A Clockwork Orange is disturbing enough to the viewer, let alone to the actor who starred in it. For the famous brainwashing scene in the film, lead actor Malcolm McDowell allowed his eyes to be pinned open for every take. Unfortunately, McDowell didn’t leave unscathed: the physical torment caused him to …

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Illnesses That Are Clearly Superpowers In Disguise

For most people, being diagnosed with any kind of illness isn’t considered good news. We immediately think of all of the downsides and side effects that we will have to live with for a long time, maybe even our whole lives.

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False facts About Sweet foods

Another common myth about candy is that eating it will quite literally rot your teeth. While the consumption of sweets can contribute to cavities, the real culprit is the bacteria in your mouth which produces acid as it breaks down the candy. The acid harms the enamel of your teeth which leads to cavities.

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Interesting pictures from artists before revolution

The cinema of homeland or cinema of Persia refers to the cinema and film industries in homeland which produce a variety of commercial films annually. persian art films have garnered international fame and now enjoy a global following.

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Stair climbing International tournament in Milad Tower

There was blue sky and white mountains overlooking capital on 16th December 2016, when the first edition of the International Stair Climbing Competition took place at the 1,693 step Milad Tower.

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How to have a better nights sleep

If you’ve ever suffered from it, you’ll know that insomnia can be terrifying. You’re stuck, and you can’t see the end of it. One of the strangest things for me to get my head around was the terrible insomnia that I suffered during the early days of my diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

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