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Church Of England Supports Gay Marriage, Then Calls It An Accident

Church Of England Supports Gay Marriage, Then Calls It An Accident

After voting to reject a report against same-sex unions, multiple members of the Church of England said they had pressed the wrong button.
Three Countries Where Military Coups (Eventually) Brought Back Democracy

Three Countries Where Military Coups (Eventually) Brought Back Democracy

Coups are usually messy, violent affairs that smash democracy to install dictatorships. But sometimes a country is in so much trouble, a military coup is actually good news.
“Sex Strike” May Happen In Kenya To Make Men Vote

“Sex Strike” May Happen In Kenya To Make Men Vote

Kenyan Parliament member Mishi Mboko has instructed women to participate in a sex strike until their husbands register to vote.
Inside The British Genocide In East Africa

Inside The British Genocide In East Africa

"Surely it cannot be necessary to go on killing these defenceless people on such an enormous scale." – Winston Churchill, 1908.
The Black And Muslim Volunteers Who Fought For The Nazis During World War II

The Black And Muslim Volunteers Who Fought For The Nazis During World War II

How thousands of people that the Nazis categorized as subhuman ended up volunteering to fight for the Third Reich.
The Herero Genocide: Germany’s First Mass Murder

The Herero Genocide: Germany’s First Mass Murder

Decades before the Holocaust, the German Empire committed the 20th century's first genocide.
Mansa Musa Of Mali May Have Been The Richest Person In History

Mansa Musa Of Mali May Have Been The Richest Person In History

Forget Rockefeller and Gates — this 14th century Malian emperor is likely the richest man ever.
Sahara Desert Gets First Snowfall In 37 Years

Sahara Desert Gets First Snowfall In 37 Years

This past Monday, snow fell on the Sahara Desert for the first time in 37 years. Amateur photographer Karim Bouchetata managed to capture the incredible scene as snowfall coated the dramatic red dunes of Aïn Séfra, Algeria. “Everyone was stunned to see snow falling in the desert,” said Bouchetata. “It...
Giraffes Being Driven To Extinction, Experts Fear

Giraffes Being Driven To Extinction, Experts Fear

Over the past 30 years, there has been a drastic drop in the number of giraffes. Today, less than 100,000 giraffes remain on Earth, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which identified habitat loss, poaching, and African civil unrest as the main causes. The IUCN’s...
Poaching Is Causing The African Elephants To Become Tuskless

Poaching Is Causing The African Elephants To Become Tuskless

Poachers are fundamentally altering the African elephant's gene pool.
18 Fascinating Facts About Muammar Gaddafi

18 Fascinating Facts About Muammar Gaddafi

Get to know one of history's most contentious dictators.