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In Egypt, near the city of Luxor, archaeologists have discovered the "lost city of gold", which existed 3000 years ago
The ancient city, lost in the sands of Egypt, has already been recognized as one of the most important archaeological finds since the tomb of Tutankhamun.
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On April 3, an unusual and unique spectacle was organized in Cairo: the "parade of mummies" of the pharaohs
During the event, 22 ancient mummies (18 kings and four queens) will be transported from the old Egyptian National Museum to the new National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, located about 5 kilometers from their previous location.
The spectacular event was named “The Golden Parade of the Pharaohs”.
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A very epic place, carries a very large historical message, everything breathes history, a very large temple and many details, I want to explore every corner, after the flood on the ceiling you will keep the hieroglyphs painted. It is interesting to walk here.
Karnak Temple - the largest temple complex in Ancient Egypt, the main state sanctuary of the New Kingdom. The ensemble includes temples dedicated to the Theban triad - the supreme god Amon-Ra, his wife Mut and son Khons.
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Covid-19 Crisis revealed Social Inequality.
The novel coronavirus(covid-19) crisis has revealed how unequal socities are, according to united Nations (UN) secretary General Antonio Guterres in a message on world health day.
On this world health Day, we highlight the inequlities and injustice of our health systems he said. He explained that within countries, illness and death from covid-19 has been higher among people and communities that contend with poverty, unfavourable living and working conditions, discrimination and social exclusion.
Globall the vast majority of vaccine doses administered have been in a few wealthy countries or those producing vaccines, he said, adding thanks to the COVAX initiative, more nations are now beginning to receive vaccine supplies, but most people in low and middle income countries still must watch and wait.
Guterres confirmed that such inequities are immoral and dangerous for the world's health, economies and socities.
He outlived nearly every one who knew him and might explain him. An extraordinary man who led an extraordinary life.
And so we have been left with a two dimensional portrait of the duke , salt tongued and short tempered, a man who told of colour jokes and made politically incorrect remarks, an eccentric great uncle who'd been around forever and towards whom most people felt affection, but who rather too often embarrassed himself and others in company.
With his death will come reassessment, because prince philip was an extraordinary life, a life intimately connected with the sweeping changes of our turbulent 20th century, a life of fascinating contrast and contradiction of service and same degree of solitude. A complex, clever, etetnally restless man.
He believes, he has a creative mission, to present the monarchy's a dynamic involved and responsive institution that will address itself to some of the problems of contemporary British socity.
Inhabitants of the caribbean island of St vincent have worken up to extremely heavy ash fall and sulpher smells after Friday's eruption of the la soufriere volcano.
Emergency management officials said the volcano's emissions had advanced to the country's capital kingstown. witnesses said the volcano was still rumbling and emitting dark clouds of ash thousands of metres into the air. la soufriere, dormant for decades started to become active in December.
Thousands of people have been forced out of their homes and on Thursday prime minister urged more than 16000 residents in red zones to evacuate. Ash fall has been recorded as far from the volcano as Argyle international Airport some 20km away, St vincent's National Emergency Management organization said.
The volcano had been dormant since 1979, but in late 2020 is started spewing steam, smoke and making rumbling noises.
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On the island of St. Vincent in the Caribbean, people are being evacuated
During the eruption of the La Soufriere volcano, plumes of ash rose into the air at an altitude of 6,000 meters.
The state service warned of the possible evacuation of residents of communities located near the volcano on April 7. Then, earthquakes were observed in the region.
In the following days, the level of smoke from the volcano rose, and an “orange” hazard level was declared.