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Searchers in Poland have been granted permission to start a non-invasive inspection of the site of an alleged Nazi "gold train" from WWII.

Searchers in Poland have been granted permission to start a non-invasive inspection of the site of an alleged Nazi "gold train" from WWII.

Rheumatoid Arthritis: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments #reumathoid #artritis http://california.nef2.com/rheumatoid-arthritis-causes-symptoms-and-treatments-reumathoid-artritis/  # Rheumatoid Arthritis: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments Rheumatoid arthritis, sometimes referred to as rheumatoid disease, is a chronic (long lasting), progressive and disabling autoimmune disease that causes inflammation (swelling) and pain in the joints, the tissue around the joints, and other organs in the human…

Rheumatoid Arthritis: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments #reumathoid #artritis http://california.nef2.com/rheumatoid-arthritis-causes-symptoms-and-treatments-reumathoid-artritis/ # Rheumatoid Arthritis: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments Rheumatoid arthritis, sometimes referred to as rheumatoid disease, is a chronic (long lasting), progressive and disabling autoimmune disease that causes inflammation (swelling) and pain in the joints, the tissue around the joints, and other organs in the human…

Today s News #car #donation #las #vegas http://poland.remmont.com/today-s-news-car-donation-las-vegas/  # By Jason W. Brooks Las Vegas Optic, Editor A group of Wagon Mound-area residents have pooled some of the resources in an attempt to block a proposed irrigation plan for farming. Tracy Seidman, whose family owns land southeast of Wagon Mound, is helping lead a group of ranchers and others in the area in opposition to a plan that includes drilling two new wells on property located near…

Today s News #car #donation #las #vegas http://poland.remmont.com/today-s-news-car-donation-las-vegas/ # By Jason W. Brooks Las Vegas Optic, Editor A group of Wagon Mound-area residents have pooled some of the resources in an attempt to block a proposed irrigation plan for farming. Tracy Seidman, whose family owns land southeast of Wagon Mound, is helping lead a group of ranchers and others in the area in opposition to a plan that includes drilling two new wells on property located near…

If it doesn't fit into the news media's agenda, it "never" happened. News are no longer news but PR and propaganda from the money behind the news stations, as became obvious at the 2016 US Election.

If it doesn't fit into the news media's agenda, it "never" happened. News are no longer news but PR and propaganda from the money behind the news stations, as became obvious at the 2016 US Election.

Trump Arrives in Poland Ahead of G20 Summit - NBCNews.com

Trump Arrives in Poland Ahead of G20 Summit - NBCNews.com

Delaware pardons man who helped slaves to freedom - CNN.com

Delaware pardons man who helped slaves to freedom - CNN.com

A free black man convicted of helping slaves escape to freedom in the century is to be posthumously pardoned by Delaware's governor.

1,300 lbs. of ancient Roman coins found in Spain - CNN.com

1,300 lbs. of ancient Roman coins found in Spain - CNN.com

More than pounds of bronze Roman coins dating to the century A. have been unearthed by construction workers digging a trench in Spain. The coins were found in 19 amphoras, a type of Roman jug, in Tomares, a town in Seville province.

Suspected London 'plague pit' found in Crossrail dig - CNN.com

Archeologists work at a mass burial site suspected of containing 30 victims of the Great Plague of unearthed at Crossrail's Liverpool Street site in London.

"Little Boy" was the codename for the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 by the Boeing B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay. It was the first atomic bomb to be used as a weapon. The second, the "Fat Man", was dropped three days later on Nagasaki. It has been estimated that 130,000 - 150,000 persons had died by the end of December 1945. *Photo by Yoshito Matsushige from 1.6 miles away.

"Little Boy" was the codename for the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 by the Boeing B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay. It was the first atomic bomb to be used as a weapon. The second, the "Fat Man", was dropped three days later on Nagasaki. It has been estimated that 130,000 - 150,000 persons had died by the end of December 1945. *Photo by Yoshito Matsushige from 1.6 miles away.

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