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Knights Templar Legacy Lives On In Cyprus

Myths of the Knights Templar are legend, however deep beneath a castle on Cyprus– an island when owned by the Crusader brotherhood– lies a legacy historians state still resonates today. Down high, narrow and irregular stone stairs in the fort of Limassol is a low-vaulted room lined with tombstones of middle ages knights. The cross of the Knights Templar etched …

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Biden Seeks To Turbo charge Climate Fight, But Can US Lead?

President Joe Biden intends to give a shot of adrenaline to the world’s slow battle against environment change with an Earth Day summit however a question lingers– can the United States be trusted to lead? The 2 significant international accords attained on climate, the Paris Arrangement and the Kyoto Procedure, were both crafted through intense US diplomacy only to be …

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US, China Commit To Climate Cooperation Ahead Of Secret Summit

The United States and China are “devoted to working together” on the pushing issue of climate modification, the 2 sides said Saturday, providing the pledge days ahead of an essential top hosted by President Joe Biden. The joint statement followed a trip to Shanghai by US environment envoy John Kerry, the very first authorities from Biden’s administration to visit China, …

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Paradise Found: ‘Hades’ Maker Handles Gaming Goliaths

No work e-mail after 5:00 pm on Fridays, mandatory getaways: the attire behind role-playing video game sensation “Hades” doesn’t think you need to go through hell to reach the top. Yet the tiny, independent Supergiant’s own-way approach seems to be working as it gains on the goliaths of the multi-billion dollar video gaming market. ” Hades” snagged five honors this …

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Campaigning Opens For Madrid’s May 4 Regional Election

With virus cases rising and its vaccination drive postponed, Madrid heads into an election campaign Sunday ahead of a vote likely to cement the right-wing’s hang on Spain’s wealthiest area. If the latest surveys are proper, the Might 4 vote looks set to hand triumph to the area’s conservative leader Isabel Diaz Ayuso, whose Popular Celebration (PP) could wind up …

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From Lizards To Water, Eco bumps Snag Tesla Berlin Plant

In the green forest outside Berlin, a David and Goliath-style fight is playing out in between electric carmaker Tesla and environmental campaigners who wish to stop its planned “gigafactory”. ” When I saw on TV that the Tesla factory was going to be built here, I couldn’t think it,” said Steffen Schorch, driving his reliable German-made vehicle. The 60-year-old from …

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Haiti’s Catholic Church Begins Speaking Up In The Middle Of Swirling Crises

Might the Catholic Church help chart a way out of the multiple crises facing Haiti? By freely slamming governmental “inactiveness” and demonstrating recently its capacity for wide-scale mobilization, the church has actually explained it prepares to take a more direct role in resolving the challenging obstacles facing this little Caribbean island. Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas, is grappling …

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Djokovic To Host Serbia Competition A Year After Covid Fiasco

World primary Novak Djokovic will relaunch the Serbia Open competition in Belgrade on Monday, less than a year after a fundraiser he arranged in the city ended in fiasco. Djokovic was among several players to evaluate positive after last year’s occasion, which was held in front of countless fans without any social distancing. Organisers insist that the forthcoming ATP clay …

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Froome Ready To Move Up A Gear In Tour Of The Alps

Multiple Trip de France winner Chris Froome warns he is all set to move up a gear after a slow start at his brand-new Israel Start-Up Nation team in the Tour of the Alps beginning Monday. Froome, 35, is working his way back after being seriously injured in a high-speed crash in 2019 that threatened to end his career. The …

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