What were the Crusades?
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What were the Crusades?

The Crusades were a series religious wars that the Roman Catholic Church started in 1095. They continued in different forms for many centuries. One
You can see the moon near Saturn in the night sky tonight. Here's how.
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You can see the moon near Saturn in the night sky tonight. Here's how.

You can watch the moon pass by Earth's sky for two nights, starting Wednesday (Nov. 10) On Wednesday, the moon will be approximately 4 degrees from
China’s Building Fake US Ships, Seemingly for Target Practice
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China’s Building Fake US Ships, Seemingly for Target Practice

This is not a great result. Target Practice According to Reuters, China's military made mockups of US Navy aircraft carriers, warships and other
SpaceX Workers Spotted Doing Pullups Near Top of Mechazilla Tower
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SpaceX Workers Spotted Doing Pullups Near Top of Mechazilla Tower

This is a great way to get in a good workout while enjoying a beautiful view. Elon Reps Several SpaceX workers were seen doing pullups from SpaceX's
Chelsea v Liverpool to mark return of standing after near 30-year absence from top two tiers
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Chelsea v Liverpool to mark return of standing after near 30-year absence from top two tiers

Last update on.From section Football Manchester United installed 1,519 barriers seats at Old Trafford in the summer After nearly 30 years, Chelsea's
Astroworld Victim Carried Out by Police and Dropped on Head
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Astroworld Victim Carried Out by Police and Dropped on Head

Watch video content at TMZ.com The horrifying video shows the chaos at Astroworld Festival. Emergency workers were so overwhelmed that they tried to
Mystery Object Detected Near Chinese Satellite
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Mystery Object Detected Near Chinese Satellite

China launched last month a satellite named Shijian-21 to test new ways of cleaning up space debris. SpaceNews reports that the US Space Force
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Officials were stumped after pilots reported seeing a jetpack in the air near LAX. Now, video shows it may have just been a human-shaped balloon.

Photo taken November 2020 by a helicopter crew from Los Angeles Police Department near Century City, California. Los Angeles Police Department
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Migrants pelt Mexico's National Guard with rocks, 5 injured

TAPACHULA (Mexico) On Thursday, five officers from the Mexican National Guard were injured when they were attacked by a group of migrants who
Near total loss of historical lands leaves Indigenous nations in the US more vulnerable to climate change
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Near total loss of historical lands leaves Indigenous nations in the US more vulnerable to climate change

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain A team of researchers tried to quantify the huge loss of historical lands that Indigenous nations have suffered