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Korean Air Lines jet forced down over Soviet Union

Soviet aircraft force a Korean Air Lines passenger jet to land in the Soviet Union after the jet veers into Russian airspace. Two people were killed and several others injured when the jet made a rough landing on a frozen lake about 300 miles south of Murmansk.The jet was on a flight from Paris to Seoul when the incident occurred.
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The Land of Darkness and the Global Middle Ages

The Land of Darkness and the Global Middle AgesPaper by Alexandra VukovichGiven at Teddy Talks at the University of Oxford, on May 4, 2019Why do we find coins from Central Asia and silver from Iran in Lincolnshire? What prompted medieval people to pack up and look for opportunity and adventure elsewhere?
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The Achievements of Albucasis in the Field of Oral Surgery

The Achievements of Albucasis in the Field of Oral SurgeryBy A. Haloubi and A. KassabJournal of the International Society for the History of Islamic Medicine, Vol.6-7 (2007-2008)Abstract: Albucasis “Khalaf bin Abbas Al Zahrawi” is one of the famous physician during Andalusia period. He lived in the 4th H.
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Harold Weisberg

Harold Weisberg became one of the leading experts on the killing of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King. He collected in his home more than 250,000 government papers on the Kennedy assassination. His first book on the Kennedy assassination,Whitewash: The Report on the Warren Report(1965), sold over 30,000 copies
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‘Visualising the Late Antique City’ project receives funding

A new archaeological research project at the University of Kent will reconstruct urban life in cities such as Constantinople during a period of history that has long remained hidden from view.Reconstructions of daily life in ancient Roman cities such as Pompeii are plentiful, thanks to centuries of archaeological research.
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