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Defined the most hated travelers airlines


American marketing Agency Fractl have identified the most hated travelers the airlines. According to Fortune, the company analyzed 1.3 million tweets about the work of 70 operators in the world and to identify the most criticized of them. It turned out that the greatest criticism in social networks has received …

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Long ago izbrano


Archaeologists are constantly finding all sorts of interesting things. I want to tell about the earliest known samples of objects that are found today. Of course, you can always find more ancient objects, so “first” is, of course, conditional. 1. The earliest evidence of the use of drugs (2700 years) …

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20 facts that prove the looming crisis


After a series of extremely disappointing results of world financial markets in January and the first half of February, came, seems, relative stability, at least for the moment. But this does not mean that the crisis is over. On the contrary, all the macroeconomic data tell us that the world …

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Russia will survive, but others maybe not…


What besides oil, gas, metals and weapons can Russia offer the world?! In the conditions of Hyper competitiveness high… but I’ll answer, and You’d be wrong! We have two super-liquid product, which will tear off with hands… The Ministry of agriculture of the USA, after studying global indicators, a conclusion …

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“Nuclear” games in the Hague


A lawsuit against several States with nuclear weapons will be considered in the International court of justice, however high hopes for his satisfaction there. The other day it became known that the international court of justice in the Hague has accepted the claim of the authorities of the Pacific Republic …

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Set on a Third world


Can Latgale be the cause of a nuclear war between Russia and NATO 3 February, the broadcasting company “bi-Bi-si” showed the film “the Third world war: the command post” (World War Three: Inside the War Room). After the capture of Daugavpils Latvian Pro-Russian rebels and the intervention of the us-British …

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GDP does not need


Book Nobel prize in Economics “Incorrectly valuing our lives” Nobel prize winner in Economics Joseph Stiglitz, Amartya sen and French economist Jean-Paul Fitoussi in February 2008 headed the Commission, which was mandated to find out whether GDP is a reliable indicator of economic and social progress. The results of their …

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Ten amazing metro stations, museums

10 AMAZING METRO STATIONS LOOK LIKE UNDERGROUND MUSEUMS Famous artists, architects and designers worked on the platforms and passages of the subway in Naples, Stockholm, Kiev and in Moscow, to create small masterpieces on the planet Earth. But, like any treasure, they are hidden under the ground. Station Toledo (Naples) …

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