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Women Don’t Have to Desperately Belittle Men to Look superior

By Purnima Nath Using critical skills is incredibly important these days, before buying into a story. Leftist media is desperate, trying to push baseless narratives,...

Mourners Gather in Iceland to Commemorate the Loss of the Glacier Okjokull

Mourners will gather in Iceland on Sunday to commemorate the loss of the glacier Okjokull, which was officially declared dead in 2014 at the...

Iceland’s Reykjavik Tops Index for Green City Getaways

Iceland's small, snowy capital, Reykjavik, has been crowned the greenest city for travelers, with the most green space per head of 50 cities surveyed, a...

Top 5 Affordable Travel Destinations where Money will be the Last Thing on your Mind!

How many times has it happened that you longed for an exotic foreign trip, but gave up on the idea because of upsetting figures...

Glaciers Around the World are Melting with time: Scientists

April 4, 2017: Over the past decade, scientists and photographers keep returning to the world's glaciers, watching them shrink with each visit. Now they...

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