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  • Europe itself is to blame for the gas crisis

    Europe itself is to blame for the gas crisis

    (ORDO NEWS) — There are many reasons for the energy crisis in Europe. But the key factors are the arrogance of the EU with its green policy and the energy poker played by the adamant Russia, the author is sure. He gives examples of how exactly Europe has hurt itself, writes Forbes. Europe has found itself in the grip of an unprecedented energy crisis. Some say that if this problem…

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    BREAKING: North Korea says test-fires anti-aircraft missile

    US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — North Korea says test-fires anti-aircraft missile. This is a breaking news, we are working and more details will be published as soon as they are available… please refresh the page or go to IN THE NEWS to see latest updates. — Online: Contact us: contact@ordonews.com Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions.

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  • Archaeologists provide data on an ancient underground city in Iran

    Archaeologists provide data on an ancient underground city in Iran

    (ORDO NEWS) — Some time ago, experts discovered the ancient underground city of Nushabed, which was built during the reign of the Sassanids. It is located under a small town, which is located today on the territory of modern Iran. During the excavations, experts managed to find evidence that the city was undergoing occupation, which was quite long. It ended only after the Qajar dynasty came to power. Reported by…

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  • Older than Egyptian pyramids 5 500 year old ruins found in Turkey

    Oldest 3500-year-old mosaic discovered in Turkey

    (ORDO NEWS) — Archaeologists have carried out excavations at the Ushakli mound, located in the Yozgat province of Turkey. They discovered an ancient mosaic that is believed to be 3,500 years old. If this information is recognized by other specialists, then the find will be the oldest for the entire period of archaeological excavations. It is reported by the Daily Sabah. The first works in the Sorgun area were carried…

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  • A blow from space destroyed the biblical city of Sodom evidence found

    A blow from space destroyed the biblical city of Sodom: evidence found

    (ORDO NEWS) — Archaeologists have carefully explored the area where the city of Tall el-Hammam was once located. They discovered ceramics, as well as building materials, that melted under the influence of incredibly high temperatures. That is why it was concluded that the cause of the destruction of “Sodom” was an explosion that occurred in the air about 3650 years ago. Reported by Scitechdily. Several thousand years ago, this huge…

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  • Mayans built a pyramid in El Salvador

    Archaeologists have found out why the Mayans built a pyramid in El Salvador

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists managed to find out for what purpose the ancient Mayan civilization built a huge pyramid in the place where El Salvador is today. Experts note that active construction began several years after a fairly strong eruption of the Ilopango volcano occurred. Antiquity reports. The disaster took place in 539 AD. It was the largest eruption in the last 10 thousand years that happened in America. Scientists…

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  • In Siberia a rare Scythian sword was handed over for scrap

    In Siberia, a rare Scythian sword was handed over for scrap

    (ORDO NEWS) — Specialists from Novosibirsk State University started studying a rare Scythian sword, which they got by accident. The ancient artifact was scrapped. It was brought by a man who said that he had found this short sword at one of the scrap metal collection points located in the southern part of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. Archaeologists assume that this sword is most likely of imported origin. It was made…

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  • In the event of a nuclear war humanity will face 15 years of hunger

    In the event of a nuclear war, humanity will face 15 years of hunger

    (ORDO NEWS) — For the first time, experts from the United States used a climate model in order to establish how exactly smoke affects the atmosphere of our planet. The results showed that after a nuclear war, the climate will change so much that it will have an extremely negative impact not only on the health of all people, but also on food. The results of this study were published…

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  • The age of the remains of a whale found near the Vernadsky station has been established

    The age of the remains of a whale found near the Vernadsky station has been established

    (ORDO NEWS) — Specialists from the National Antarctic Science Center carried out a radiocarbon analysis of the remains of a whale, which were found some time ago directly on the island of Rasmussen, which is located in Antarctica. They were found near the well-known station “Vernadsky”. The Center presented this on its Facebook page. The analysis was carried out in the laboratory of Poznan, Poland. Experts managed to establish that…

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  • Oldest 3500 year old mosaic discovered in Turkey

    Oldest 3500-year-old mosaic discovered in Turkey

    (ORDO NEWS) — Archaeologists have carried out excavations at the Ushakli mound, located in the Yozgat province of Turkey. They discovered an ancient mosaic that is believed to be 3,500 years old. If this information is recognized by other specialists, then the find will be the oldest for the entire period of archaeological excavations. It is reported by the Daily Sabah. The first works in the Sorgun area were carried…

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  • Climatologists have warned of an increase in the number of natural disasters

    Climatologists warned of an increase in the number of natural disasters

    (ORDO NEWS) — Experts from the Center for Climate Systems of the University of Arizona have studied in detail the changes that occur with the North Atlantic atmospheric current. The results were not entirely encouraging. If the climate continues to change at the same rate, then this will provoke an increase in the natural variability of the current, and the number of natural disasters will increase significantly. The research results…

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  • A sacred tree made of bronze discovered in China

    A sacred tree made of bronze discovered in China

    (ORDO NEWS) — Experts carried out excavations at the Sanxingdui archaeological site in China. They examined one of the six pits present on the territory, in which a unique artifact was discovered. Scientists have found a sacred tree made of bronze. It belongs to the Shu culture. This is reported by The History Blog. The find turned out to be incredibly difficult, so they excavated it for four months. The…

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  • Chile

    Prehistoric “winged lizard” discovered in Chile

    (ORDO NEWS) — Chilean scientists were the first to discover in the Southern Hemisphere the remains of a “winged lizard” that lived during the Jurassic period. It is also called a pterosaur. It is reported by Phys.org. Pterosaurs are reptiles that could fly. They existed along with dinosaurs during the Mesozoic era. Most of the individuals were small, but over time, some lizards grew so much that they became larger…

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  • 47 US counties quarantined due to dangerous insect

    47 US counties quarantined due to dangerous insect

    (ORDO NEWS) — On the East Coast of the United States, panic continues over the rather popular species of cicadas, called the spotted lamppost. At the moment, 47 counties in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania have already been quarantined. Reported by USA Today. The spotted lantern is an invasive type of insect that prevents plants from photosynthesis, leading to their death. Five more counties have been added to…

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  • US intelligence agencies have published new images from the scene of the September 11 2001 terrorist attack

    US intelligence published new images of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack

    (ORDO NEWS) — The department decided to publish the photos, which for a long time remained classified and were not shown to anyone. The reason for this decision was also the fact that 20 years have passed since the terrible terrorist attack. In the pictures, you can clearly see all the consequences and destruction that were photographed from various angles for a better understanding. The US Secret Service has already…

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  • Tibetan plateau lakes trap heat under ice

    Tibetan plateau lakes trap heat under ice

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Tibetan Plateau is the largest highlands in the world in terms of area and height, located in Central Asia. Scientists have found that lakes with fresh water there function as lenses that absorb the flow of solar energy and detain it. This information was posted in the Geophysical Research Letters. At the top of the Qinghai Plateau in the Tibetan Plateau is the largest freshwater system…

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  • In France builders found a cache of gold coins

    In France, builders found a cache of gold coins

    (ORDO NEWS) — Three workers in France unearthed a cache of 1600s coins worth nearly half a million dollars. Three builders working to rebuild a house in the French commune of Plozeve in Brittany unearthed a metal box placed inside a wall that contained gold coins. A few days later, over a beam, they found a wallet with another pair of coins. The Regional Archaeological Service in France reported that…

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  • Is humanity waiting for the end of the world in 2022

    Is humanity waiting for the end of the world in 2022?

    (ORDO NEWS) — Will next year be more difficult than the coronavirus? Predictions for 2022 from Vanga, Nostradamus, the prophet Moses and modern theories will reveal all the secrets of the future. What the coming year is preparing for us, everyone ponders, and what if the prophecies of famous predictors come true, as has happened more than once?  We propose to find out what the famous Wanga, Nostradamus and even Bill…

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  • Archaeologists have uncovered the dark secrets of building a palace in South Korea

    Archaeologists uncovered the dark secrets of building a palace in South Korea

    (ORDO NEWS) — Archaeologists from South Korea managed to prove that during the construction of castles two millennia ago, in almost every case, ceremonies were carried out when people were sacrificed. Such an unusual discovery was made by experts during excavations in the royal palace of Wolson. It was built back in 101 AD, when the Silla dynasty ruled. Korea JoongAng Daily reports. Until 2017, stories of sacrifices in Korea…

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  • Hundreds of medical journals call for warming action

    Hundreds of medical journals call for warming action

    (ORDO NEWS) — Global warming has an extremely negative impact on the health of many people, so the fight against it simply can no longer be postponed. For this reason, 220 world medical publications have united among themselves before the UN conference, which will discuss issues related to rapid climate change. Sciecealert reports. If we start from the pre-industrial era, then the average air temperature on our planet has already…

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  • Hurricane Larry has formed in the Atlantic it may be more powerful than Ida

    Hurricane Larry has formed in the Atlantic: it may be more powerful than Ida

    (ORDO NEWS) — An incredibly powerful hurricane Larry has raged in the Atlantic today, which may well exceed even Ida in strength. The entire east coast of the United States is in jeopardy, which could face dire consequences and widespread destruction. This is reported by yahoo! News. Just a few days after the end of Hurricane Ida, which caused a huge amount of destruction in several states at once, forecasters…

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  • In India with the help of underage girls they wanted to make it rain

    In India, with the help of underage girls, they wanted to make it rain

    (ORDO NEWS) — In India, in order to make it rain and carry out the corresponding ritual, six girls who have not yet reached the age of majority were stripped. They must walk completely naked through the entire village. It is reported by the BBC. The incident took place in a village located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, which has suffered from severe drought for a long time. A…

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  • In Kosovo a man swallowed an old Nokia model and survived

    In Kosovo, a man swallowed an old Nokia model and survived

    (ORDO NEWS) — One of the residents of the city of Pristina (Kosovo) some time ago, for some unknown reason, swallowed an old Nokia 3310 mobile phone. As a result of the incident, he managed to survive, but it could have completely ended in death. This is reported by Metro. A push-button mobile phone ended up in the stomach of a man who recently turned 33. He stayed there for…

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  • In Denmark an amateur archaeologist finds dozens of gold items

    In Denmark, an amateur archaeologist finds dozens of gold items

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the middle of an ordinary agricultural field near the town of Jelling in Denmark, a treasure of gold objects that date back to the 6th century AD was discovered. A total of 22 artifacts were found. Their total weight was 945 grams. An unusual find was made by Ole Schitz, an amateur archaeologist who only recently began to get involved in this kind of activity. Prior…

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  • An old weight was found in Jerusalem with which buyers were deceived

    An old weight was found in Jerusalem, with which buyers were deceived

    (ORDO NEWS) — Archaeologists managed to accidentally discover a weight that was used in ancient Egypt to deceive buyers in trade. Fraud with such a weight is described in great detail in the Bible and is very much criticized. Reported by The Juresalem Post. A weight weight was found in the northern part of Jerusalem. Its age is about 2700 years. The product was used at the time of the…

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  • Breaking News

    BREAKING: Taliban announces new Afghan government

    US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — The official representative of the Taliban movement banned in Russia, Zabihullah Mujahid, told who will be included in the country’s new government. Mujahid, quoted by Ariana News, said Mullah Abdul Haq Wasim, a member of the Taliban political wing, has been appointed Afghanistan’s intelligence minister. Acting Prime Minister of Afghanistan – Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund. The deputy head of the new cabinet is Mullah…

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    BREAKING: Strong 6.50 magnitude earthquake hits Canada

    US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — A 6.50 magnitude earthquake has occurred near Kitimat, Canada at 6.9.21, 23:17! This is a breaking news, we are working and more details will be published as soon as they are available… please refresh the page or go to IN THE NEWS to see latest updates. — Online: Contact us: contact@ordonews.com Our Standards, Terms of Use: Standard Terms And Conditions.

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  • ChargePoint has grown in premarket

    ChargePoint has grown in premarket

    ChargePoint Holdings Inc shares soar more than 15% after the electric car charging infrastructure company raised its outlook for the year as EV penetration into Europe and the US went faster in the second quarter. than expected. Shares of Chewy Inc tumbled 9.6% after the online pet store reported larger-than-expected quarterly losses and missed expectations for second-quarter revenue and its confirmation the whole year was also disappointing given the strong…

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  • Electricity scarcity controls the diaries of Libyans

    Electricity scarcity controls the diaries of Libyans

    (ORDO NEWS) — Intense darkness enveloped entire neighborhoods in Libya due to random power outages, in a scene that has controlled the diaries of Libyans for nearly ten years, amid inability to find solutions, despite a political breakthrough that began some time ago. Storefronts compete in bids to attract customers. On Garghamish Commercial Street in Tripoli, goods vary between small antiques, clothes, and fast food restaurants, and electrical generators are…

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  • Israeli air strikes on Gaza after launching incendiary balloons from the Strip

    Israeli air strikes on Gaza after launching incendiary balloons from the Strip

    (ORDO NEWS) — Israeli warplanes launched air raids on Gaza at dawn on Sunday after launching incendiary balloons on Israeli territory from the Palestinian sector, a day after clashes that wounded 11 Palestinians at the border fence. The Israeli army said in a statement that “the raids targeted a Hamas military compound used for manufacturing weapons and training, as well as the entrance to a terrorist tunnel adjacent to Jabalya.”…

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    BREAKING: More than 30 people killed in an attack on a military base in southern Yemen

    US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — At least 30 Yemeni forces loyal to the internationally recognized government were killed in an attack on Sunday morning with missiles and drones targeting a government military base in southern Yemen, according to medical and military sources. A government spokesman accused the Houthi rebels of being behind the attack on Al-Anad Air Base in Lahij Governorate, the largest military air base in the war-wracked…

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    BREAKING: The number of victims of US strike in Kabul has risen to 7

    US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — The death toll of a missile strike on the Afghan capital on Sunday by the US Armed Forces has risen to seven. The Afghanistan Times reported this. Earlier it was reported about six deaths, including four children, as well as four more residents of Kabul who were injured. As specified, the list of victims includes a liquidated suicide bomber, whose car was hit. According to reports, the…

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    BREAKING: Hurricane Ida makes landfall in Louisiana

    US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — Hurricane Ida makes landfall in Louisiana with winds stronger than Katrina. Hurricane “Ida” hit the coast of the US state of Louisiana, the city of Port Fourchon, according to the National Center of the United States for tracking hurricanes (NHC). Earlier on Sunday, the NHC reported that the hurricane looming in the United States has increased to the fourth category out of five, which…

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