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A rare and remarkable painting by one of Việt Nam’s leading modern artists, Nguyễn Phan Chánh's Les Chanteuses de Campagne, was sold at the Arts d'Asie auction on June 14 in Paris, France for €1.02 million (US$1.09 million), according to Sotheby's Auction House. HÀ NỘI A rare and...
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Labour’s ban on new North Sea oil and gas exploration has sparked fears of a £4.5 billion tax revenue shortfall, with Energy Secretary Claire Coutinho warning of massive job losses and energy insecurity. The Telegraph has the details. Claire Coutinho has accused Sir Keir Starmer of planning to take...
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After analyzing the remains of 64 ancient sacrificed individuals, most of whom were children, researchers have revealed new details about human sacrifice at the ancient Maya site of Chichén Itzá. Published in Nature, these results show that contrary to popular belief, every one of the ritually...
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Ten days from now, two elderly gentlemen will wander onto a platform in Atlanta, Georgia, and accuse each other of being elderly. Amid the urgent issues for discussion in the first debate between the candidates in the forthcoming US presidential election, age is being weaponised by both contenders....
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Donald Trump is so proud of a cognitive assessment he took while president that he boasted about it in a speech, while attacking what he claims is US President Joe Biden's lack of mental acuity. He then got confused on the name of the doctor who oversaw the test. Mr Trump extolled his powers of...
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Several months after a grave computer problem seemed to spell the end for Voyager 1, which for nearly a half century had provided data on the outer planets and the far reaches of the solar system, NASA announced Thursday that it had restored the spacecraft to working order. “The spacecraft has...
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OBBÜRGEN, Switzerland (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Saturday predicted “history being made” at the Swiss-hosted conference which aims to plot out the first steps toward peace in Ukraine even though experts and critics say little substance or few big breakthroughs are expected...
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IMPORTANT: Comments and The Hive are temporarily unavailable due to scheduled site maintenance of our membership and login system. You can learn more here. Does Donald Trump actually need any human help? The once and potentially future president went on Logan Paul’s podcast and mused about AI,...
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One of the most prevalent and enduring types of stress is financial stress. Managing money has been especially difficult with the relentless financial constraints over the past couple of years: A global pandemic, a potential recession and persistently high prices. When keeping up with finances...
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Bitcoin has faced a significant amount of selling pressure over the past week, according to the latest on-chain data. Expectedly, this bearish pressure has had a notable impact on the price of the premier cryptocurrency. According to data from CoinGecko, the value of Bitcoin has declined by nearly...

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