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Unknown Vandal Left an Inscription of Bulgarian Football Club on The Great Pyramid of Giza (Photo)

Another vandal act with a Bulgarian origin on one of the Seven Wonders of the World has outraged users of social networks.

The inscription "Loko 2019" appeared on the The Great Pyramid of Giza. This shocked Bulgarian tourists who visited the tourist landmark in Egypt on January 5th. and they make photographs of the inscription carved in the ancient stone.

2 Bulgarians Referred to Prosecutors over Hiroshima Peace Park Football Graffiti

Police referred two Bulgarian men to prosecutors Tuesday for allegedly spraying graffiti on stone benches and other property at the memorial park in Hiroshima dedicated to the victims of the 1945 U.S. atomic bombing of the city, reports Japan Today. 

Removal of nukes at Incirlik might benefit both US & Turkey

Amid U.S. media speculation over the removal of nuclear weapons from İncirlik Air Base in southern Turkey, experts argue that the nuclear stockpile held over from the Cold War has lost its use for deterrence and therefore its removal might be beneficial for both sides. Existence of U.S.

The cost of doing nothing is immeasurable

The names and places associated with the atrocities that stain the world's recent history are only too well known: Guernica, Babi Yar, Sharpeville, Treblinka, Hiroshima, Halabja, Rwanda, Srebrenica and, more recently, Aleppo and Yemen, to name but a few. The memories of those who have suffered are as painful as the list is long.

General Lazarevic: NATO threw 8 "Hiroshima" on Serbia, turned war crime into genocide

In 1999 NATO led against Serbian people and state nuclear and chemical war of low intensity. For those 78 days, NATO has thrown on our country from the sea and from the air more bombs than Adolf Hitler from 1941 to 1945. The equivalent of the used explosives is between six and eight nuclear bombs thrown at Hiroshima.

North Korea Nuclear Crisis: Test 'Caused Landslides'

North Korea's recent nuclear test appears to have triggered several landslides, according to what are believed to be the first satellite images of the aftermath, reported BBC.

Sunday's test took place underground at the mountainous Punggye-ri site.

Analysis group 38 North published pictures which show "more numerous and widespread" disturbances than before.

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