Before you watch the 300 minutes detailed documentary, watch this Quick Introduction if you want to know the ABCs of the conflict. Understand, War never helps humanity or peace. Say no to war and be whatever the reason say no to violence. The 50 Years War: Israel and the Arabs The conflict in the Middle... Continue Reading →
We don't care Who you are! What you are! We DAMN Care Whom you fight! and WHY YOU FIGHT! YES! WE DAMN CARE! Just STOP THE WAR! STOP KILLING KIDS! STOP VIOLENCE!
Do you know? The Oak Tree(sub species included) is the national tree for 15 countries which is the most, followed by the Olive Tree which is the national tree for 4 countries. Almost all are officially announced except a few. Please find the complete list below. Country Name of tree Scientific name Picture Albania Olive... Continue Reading →
Daylight saving time (DST) or summer time is the practice of advancing clocks during the summer months that have more sunlight so that people get up later in the morning and go to bed later at night. Typically clocks are adjusted forward one hour near the start of spring and are adjusted backward in the autumn. The modern idea of... Continue Reading →
Totally 204 Countries across the world aimed for a spot to play the FIFA World Cup 2014, played 820 matches and scored 2350 Goals! Finally 32 countries made it to the Group Stages! No Wonder why Football has more fans around the globe. Group A Brazil Croatia Mexico Cameroon Group B Spain Netherlands Chile Australia... Continue Reading →
Member states and observers of the United Nations State Head of state Head of government Afghanistan President - Hamid Karzai Albania President - Bujar Nishani Prime Minister - Edi Rama Algeria President - Abdelaziz Bouteflika Prime Minister - Abdelmalek Sellal Andorra Episcopal Co-Prince - Joan Enric Vives Sicília Representative - Josep Maria Mauri French Co-Prince - François Hollande Representative - Sylvie Hubac Head of Government - Antoni Martí Angola President - José Eduardo dos Santos Antigua and... Continue Reading →