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5 Jul 2020
Protesters in the US city of Baltimore pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus on Saturday, local media reported...
12 Jun 2020
Protests in the wake of African American George Floyd's killing by a white police officer in the United States have led to the unceremonious toppling
10 Jun 2020
A statue of Christopher Columbus in Boston has been beheaded, police said Wednesday, as calls to remove sculptures commemorating colonizers and slavers sweep America
12 Oct 2019
Thousands of people opposed to Catalan independence marched in the region's capital Saturday, Spain's national day, with the verdict in the trial of leading Catalan separatists expected early next week.
3 Oct 2019
More reasons have emerged why the Earth cannot be spherical and there may not be black holes in our planetary system.
9 Feb 2017
Foreknowledge of obscurations, formerly had high strategic value. The explorer Christopher Columbus, used a looming eclipse to dupe native Americans out of needed “essential commodities”.

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