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Romania: historic defeat of the left in the presidential election

Center-right president Klaus Iohannis wins with 63% of the vote against Social-Democrat candidate Viorica Dancila. After three years in government, the Romanian Social Democratic Party was […]

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Heading up to the clouds: the sky’s the limit for efficient college computing

By Idamina Babarinsa For a university or a college, which either successfully achieves its objectives or fails in doing so, the importance of changing its Information […]

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Dead but not buried: millionaires from beyond the grave

By Alfonso Majetic Do you think celebrities earn more millions alive or dead? This is a difficult question to answer. We all know the principle: where […]

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All Saints Day vs Halloween

Idamina Babarinsa sheds light on the ghoulish goings on  All Saints day is celebrated in Hungary on the 1st of November every year. Originally All Saints […]

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Mexico set to create new trend in the institution of marriage

By Iji. O. Solomon     With a high wave of divorces in Mexico and the legal issues that come along with it, lawmakers in Mexico […]

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Summertime = Festivals time!

Vlada Sahovic For all who intend to spend their summer in Europe, and more specifically for those who spend their summer in Hungary, do not despair! […]

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Travel guide to Barcelona

Avi Benyakar Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia in northeastern Spain, located on the Mediterranean coast, and is the second most important city in Spain, after […]

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Nespresso

Olga Boga Anyone for coffee? If it’s a Nespresso, you’re partaking in one of the world’s fastest coffee-growing segments. It accounts for 20 to 40 percent […]

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Nowruz: the Iranian New Year

Aria Zahedi Nowruz means the start of new life in harmony with the rebirth of nature in spring. New Year in Iran always begins on the […]

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David and Victoria Beckham finally expecting a baby girl

Abel Kayode-Olapade “Golden ball” David Beckham, a soccer phenomenon, gave the good news at an L.A Galaxy luncheon, about his fourth baby. “I’ve got some great […]

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Ad-Hoc Networks: a World Without Wires

Kelechi Ajoku Who remembers those landlines with very long wires we had in our kitchens, or when we had no other choice but to sit at […]

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Texas Hold’em

Avi Benyakar Texas Hold’em poker is today’s most popular poker game; it might be the most popular card game in the world. Below Peter Chaili gives […]

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127 Hours and the Human Survival Instinct

Human abilities are unpredictable and surprising, especially when it comes to the will to live. This fact is well represented in Danny Boyle’s newest blockbuster, 127 hours, which […]

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A Song for Your Heart

KC Bosco Do you love music? Does your taste in music span from across different centuries and different genres? Have you been frustrated in looking for […]

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Miksa Roth and Art Nouveau in Hungary

KC Bosco Miksa Roth was a stained glass artist for the Imperial and Royal Court who lived from the mid- 19th century to the mid-20th century. […]

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Oscars 2011

Mitchell Dorcas The 83rd Annual Academy Awards: The King’s Speech, Natalie Portman, Colin Firth, Melissa Leo, Christian Bale are the big winners… The 83rd Annual Academy […]

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Exposed: Yilana Paolini

Alfonso Majetic Behind her tattoo machines and amazing skills, talented artist Yliana Paolini has managed herself to gain an important place in the tattoo industry in […]

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