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Puerto Rico’s Emilio Flores Márquez has officially been confirmed by Guinness World Records as the world’s oldest person living (male) with a confirmed age of 112 years
She is also the first woman of color to win the award.
Vitamin C is essential for the human body since it is not synthesized but comes from the outside
Countries making up the least-wealthy 11 percent have gotten just 1.6 percent of Covid-19 vaccines administered so far
Tutankhamun’s mortuary temple could possibly be located here
“NASA would be our customer too”
The 1,149 billionaires from Asia Pacific were worth $4.7tn, compared with the US billionaires' $4.4 tn
Harbin Polarland, established in late 2005, calls itself the world’s first polar performing arts amusement park
The Markarian brand, which was preferred by Jill Biden, the wife of the newly elected US President Joe Biden, has gone viral online, especially in Armenia
Submission of short and long movies and documentaries to take place between Jan.15 and Feb.15
"There are some forecasts. Forecasts differ, but on the whole they assume that international air traffic will pick up its volume or recover in two or three years," he said.
Another 37,000 employees placed on furlough as of Oct. 3
The scientists then took the ancient body to a synchrotron particle accelerator facility at Argonne National Laboratory. They used intense x-ray beams to identify the materials used to make those artifacts.