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North Korea outlives America

Korea Times 23 Oct 2021
Courtesy of Franzisko Hauser. By David A. Tizzard. Governments, nations, borders and cultures flow in and out of existence. They emerge and flourish amid waves of hope and triumph. They perish as bodies age and congregations decline ... Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, Persia, Prussia, the Ottoman Empire, Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union are all gone ... Dr. David A ... .
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Imran vows to turn Pakistan into state of Medina

The Wire 20 Oct 2021
ISLAMABAD ...We can rise as a nation by following the guiding principles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).” ... The prime minister said in the year 622 A.D., Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) arrived in Medina and in ten years, he changed the map of Arabia, tens of thousands of people converted to Islam and prevailed upon the empires of Byzantine and Persia ... ....
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When the West Was Itchin’ to Go to China, by Pepe Escobar

The Unz Review 16 Oct 2021
Let’s time travel to nearly two millennia ago, when the Roman Empire was fascinated by the business opportunities offered by those “mysterious” lands in the East ... But Bactria was way more than that; the key trade crossroads between China, India, the Parthians and Persia, and the Roman empire.
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When the West was itchin’ to go to China

Asiatimes 15 Oct 2021
Let’s time travel to nearly two millennia ago, when the Roman Empire was fascinated by the business opportunities offered by those “mysterious” lands in the East ... But Bactria was way more than that; the key trade crossroads between China, India, the Parthians and Persia, and the Roman empire.
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The Republic of Venice, The Greatest Jewel of the Mediterranean?

Ancient Origins 14 Oct 2021
These communities grouped together for mutual assistance and protection, and they soon stabilized, coming under the protection of the Byzantine Empire ... And that new power was the Ottoman Empire ... Thanks to his travels, Europe gained the first significant look into the Mongol Empire , China, India, and Persia.
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Tom Parker Bowles & Olly Smith: Eating out

The Daily Mail 10 Oct 2021
Tom is tempted to order the entire menu as he discovers dishes to delight a Mughal emperor ... Hyderabad was the furthest outpost of the great Mughal Empire, a city where lavishly scented, courtly cuisine – with its fragrant echoes of Persia and Turkey – meets the thrilling tang and heat of the Andhran south. This was love at first bite ... We want it all ... .
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5 main symbols of the Soviets EXPLAINED

Russia Beyond 10 Oct 2021
These signs, things and words are internationally recognized as symbolizing the Soviet state and the socialist ideology. 1. Red banner ... It was used by peoples of different cultures – from ancient Greece and Persia to Japan and Native America. The symbol was used in the Russian Empire – on shoulder straps of certain ranks of military men ... .
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750 Bases in 80 Countries Is Too Many for Any Nation: Time for the US To Bring Its Troops Home

Antiwar 04 Oct 2021
>. President Joe Biden did what his three predecessors could or would not. halt a seemingly endless war ... Previous empires, such as Rome, Persia, and China, were powerful in their own realms but had little reach beyond. The latter never reached outside Asia. Persia was twice halted by the Greek city states ... China five ... America’s New Global Empire. .
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An exceedingly brief history of the world on Sept. 29

Kingsport Times-News 29 Sep 2021
I have discovered a method to merge two of my passions, history and factoids. a date in history. For this column I have chosen Sept. 29, which happens to be today. Here are a few select events that occurred on this date in history. 522 BCE. Darius I of Persia kills Magian usurper Gaumâta, securing his hold as king of the Persian Empire. 480 BCE ... 1567 ... 1789.
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Copy of Cyrus Cylinder presented to Brazil human rights min

Irna 28 Sep 2021
Qaribi also talked of various services, such as the right to study given to the Afghan refugees in Iran, including girls and children ... When Cyrus the Great, King of Persia and founder of the Achaemenid Empire, entered the land of Babylon in 539 BC as a conqueror, he treated people in a way different from that of the ordinary conquerors of that time.
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Enter the Fourth and Final Kingdom in Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream

The Claremore Daily Progress 26 Sep 2021
Approximately two decades after the Maccabean revolt against Antiochus Epiphanes (the abomination of desolation), the fourth kingdom in Nebuchadnezzar’s dream was about to overtake the Grecian Empire ... Media and Persia. Following Media-Persia was the Grecian empire of bronze (copper) with a lesser atomic weight than silver.
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PM Imran gives tips to national cricket team

The Wire Network 22 Sep 2021
ISLAMABAD ... Special Assistant to PM Dr Shahbaz Gill, Senator Faisal Javed and Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ramiz Raja also attended the meeting ... Referring to the Islamic history, the prime minister exemplified the defeat of a huge army by 313 Muslims in the Battle of Badr and conquering of huge empires like Rome and Persia just within 13 years ... .
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SMOKERS’ CORNER: A POWERFUL PIECE OF CLOTH

Dawn 12 Sep 2021
India’s Mughal empire (1526-1857 CE) also adopted a green flag with the symbol of a golden lion, but added a rising sun to it ... Interestingly, the star-and-crescent symbol that went on to become common on the flags of most Muslim-majority nation-states, was also once used on flags and coins of pre-Islamic empires in Greece, Rome and Persia.
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Gorgan Wall Work Reveals Minutiae of 7th Century Sasanian Empire

Ancient Origins 07 Sep 2021
Rediscovering a Thriving Sasanian Empire Community. The Great Wall of Gorgan, which is also known as the Red Wall or Red Snake, was constructed under the authority of Persia’s Sasanian Empire , which lasted from 224 to 651 AD ... The Plurality of the Persian Empire. Part I – The Achaemenids to the Sasanians The Plurality of the Persian Empire.
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Add another empire to the Afghanistan graveyard, by John McGauley

The Keene Sentinel 04 Sep 2021
It’s alarmed our allies and emboldened our enemies. Who knows what ill winds will blow our way as a result? ... The Graveyard of Empires. Afghanistan has ground up countless lives and emptied the treasuries of many nations and empires over millennia. Alexander the Great, Persia, the Mongols, the Ottomans and the British Empire ... currency ... Be sure of it ... .
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