Politics

Devastating flood of 1366

During this huge flood in 1366, 141 people lost their lives, it was a devastating natural disaster indeed. We the recent hard rains and flooding damages this might be a good time to go over steps we can take to reduce water damage. Read More »

Major boycotts that changed history

1980 Summer Olympics  The Olympics may seem like an unusual thing to protest, which is probably why the United States has only done it once. In 1980, President Jimmy Carter refused to send American athletes to the Summer Olympic Games in Moscow as a protest of the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. More than 60 nations joined the U.S. The ... Read More »

Wonder Woman Job in the Most Dangerous Place in the World!

MUHAMALAI, SRI LANKA – MARCH 2: Navirethan Sujitha works at Muhamalai, one of the biggest minefields in the world, on March 2, 2019 in Muhamalai, Sri Lanka. In 2009 Sujitha’s village, Uruthirapuram village, was heavily shelled and she the military moved in and took her and her family to a camp. Read More »

New fashion Indian Pilot Mustache

Indian pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan, stands under armed escort near Pakistan-India border in Wagah, Pakistan in this March 1, 2019 image from a video footage. Read More »

The princess who became ambassador to United State

Reema bint Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (born 1975) is a Saudi Arabian princess and the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States, appointed on 23 February 2019 becoming the first female envoy in the country’s history . Read More »

Welcome to the Press TV reporter

A journalist is a person who collects, writes, or distributes news or other current information to the public. A journalist’s work is called journalism. A journalist can work with general issues or specialize in certain issues. Read More »

Trump Serving Your Guests with Fast Food!

Fast food is a type of mass-produced food designed for commercial resale and with a strong priority placed on “speed of service” versus other relevant factors involved in culinary science. Read More »

The rivals of the Mexican wall

The Moroccan Wall (or the “Berm”) is a 2,600-kilometer-long (1,600 mi) wall running through Western Sahara. The wall is made of 3-meter-high (10 ft) desert sand and is protected by electric fences, radar, barbed wire, Moroccan soldiers, and about seven million land mines. Read More »

Facts you didn’t know about the White house

The White House has been called many names. Dolley Madison, wife of President James Madison, called it the “President’s Castle.” The White House was also called the “President’s Palace,” the “President’s House,” and the “Executive Mansion.” The name “White House” didn’t become official until 1901, when President Theodore Roosevelt officially adopted it. Read More »

Birthday of Reza Pahlavi in ​​Los Angeles

Reza Pahlavi (born 31 October 1960) is the last heir apparent to the defunct throne of the Imperial State  and is the current head of the exiled House of Pahlavi. He is the older son of the late Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and his third wife Farah Diba. Source: EmroozNama Read More »