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Guns, Germs, and Steel is a Powerful Anti-Racist Book. So Why Doesn’t the Left Love It?

Quillette 03 Oct 2021
When the Old and New Worlds collided in the 15th century, both Europeans and the Chinese had ocean-going ships that had been funded with the help of monarchs who ruled over millions of people ... It also helps to explain why American civilisations were largely destroyed when they came into contact with Eurasians.
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Eurasia Mining (LON:EUA) secures $15m in funding

The Motley Fool 24 Sep 2021
Eurasia Mining (LSE.EUA) has successfully raised $15m through a private placement to help fund its ongoing Rosgeo JV mining project ... In addition, Eurasia mining also sold new equity warrants that grant these institutions the right to buy another 41.5 million shares at a price of 26p within the next three years.
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Is there an alliance between Iran and China?

The Jerusalem Post 23 Sep 2021
BRI is intended to produce contiguous, China-aligned land and maritime trade routes from China across Eurasia ... Iran’s integration into the BRI would thus help solidify China’s ambition to emerge as the hegemonic power in Eurasia, able to offer routes for trade under its control to countries aligning with it.
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A tale of two anti-terror modes

China Daily 16 Sep 2021
As a multilateral organization, the SCO is committed to maintaining security and stability in Eurasia, deal with emerging challenges and threats, and help boost trade, increase cultural and people-to-people exchanges, and deepen cooperation on humanitarian issues ... Such dialogues also help bring countries together to fight terrorism.
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Neanderthals Passed Human Papillomavirus to Homo Sapiens in Eurasia

Ancient Origins 14 Sep 2021
This deadly strain became a dominant form of HPV in Eurasia and is different to the rarer strain found in modern African populations ... It seems that the study of the evolutionary history of Neanderthals and modern humans in Eurasia has helped reveal important details about the human papillomavirus’s complex evolutionary history.
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MASSIVE IDEA: Bring woolly mammoth back to Canada's Arctic

Toronto Sun 14 Sep 2021
As for the timeline, the co-founders aim to produce mammoth elephant calves within the next six years, with future populations eyed for northern Eurasia and North America. Colossal says the project is a de-extinction effort that could also help the environment, particularly if the ...
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The Eurasia Mining (EUA) share price exploded! Should I buy?

The Motley Fool 13 Sep 2021
The Eurasia Mining (LSE.EUA) share price exploded over the last couple of weeks ... Meanwhile, Eurasia Mining has hired Wardell Armstrong, an engineering and mining consultancy firm, to help audit and review quality control measures and regulatory-compliant competent persons reports for this project.
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Eurasia Mining (EUA) shares have soared. Is this penny stock next?

The Motley Fool 09 Sep 2021
Investors have clamoured for Eurasia Mining (LSE ... All this has helped the Eurasia Mining shares more than double in value since 27 August ... A positive to owning Eurasia Mining shares over Horizonte’s are that the company already has one project in production ... The post Eurasia Mining (EUA) shares have soared.
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Climate change: Arctic warming linked to colder winters

BBC News 02 Sep 2021
Looking at the bigger picture, the research team believes that their findings will help people understand that global warming is complex and perhaps dispel the idea that colder winters mean climate change isn't happening ... for the United States and in northern Eurasia.
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Roman Catholics of west coast of India have Brahmin lineages: CCMB Study

Business Line 27 Aug 2021
“This multi-disciplinary study, using history, anthropology and genetics information, has helped us in understanding the population history of Roman Catholics from one of the most diverse and multicultural region of our country,” said Dr ... DNA data from India and West Eurasia.
photo: USMC / Sgt. Isaiah Campbell
A Marine assigned to the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) escorts a Department of State employee to be processed for evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan, August 15
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Who profits from the Kabul suicide bombing?

Asiatimes 27 Aug 2021
In parallel, it’s no secret among intel circles in Eurasia that ISIS-K has become disproportionally more powerful since 2020 because of a transportation ratline from Idlib, in Syria, to eastern Afghanistan, informally known in spook talk as Daesh Airlines ... of Eurasia integration.
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Who Profits from the Kabul Suicide Bombing?, by Pepe Escobar

The Unz Review 27 Aug 2021
In parallel, it’s no secret among intel circles in Eurasia that ISIS-K has become disproportionally more powerful since 2020 because of a transportation ratline from Idlib, in Syria, to eastern Afghanistan, informally known in spook talk as Daesh Airlines ... of Eurasia integration.
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Oil prices fall first day in four as virus concerns return

The Times of India 26 Aug 2021
"Given the risks around the Delta variant of the coronavirus, but also the accelerating vaccine programs, it's possible that the second half of the year also sees a bit of a stop-and-go development before things (hopefully) normalize in 2022," Eurasia Group said in a note.
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Oil prices fall as virus concerns return

Business Line 26 Aug 2021
"Given the risks around the Delta variant of the coronavirus, but also the accelerating vaccine programs, it's possible that the second half of the year also sees a bit of as top-and-go development before things (hopefully) normalize in2022," Eurasia Group said in a note. Helping to boost prices around 10 per cent through Wednesday, U.S.
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