Asia

Iran History Timeline

Iran History Timeline

Iran, officially the Islamic Republic of Iran, formerly known as Persia, is a country in the Middle East. Iran borders Pakistan and Afghanistan to the east, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Armenia to the north and Turkey and Iraq to the west….
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India Early History

India Early History

HISTORY: FROM THE ORIGINS TO THE END OF THE GUPTA EMPIRE The proto-history of the Indian continent opens in the III-II millennium BC. C. with the Aeneolithic civilization of the Indus or of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappā, which developed into flourishing…
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Cambodia Economy

Cambodia Economy

ECONOMY: GENERAL INFORMATION A little more than a decade, from the moment of independence to the involvement in the Viet Nam war, the country’s hope lasted to be able to start the take-off of its economy, traditionally based on pure…
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Israel History Since 2010

Israel History Since 2010

In September 2010, direct peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians took place in Washington after mediation by US President B.Obama . The main points of contention remained unchanged: the refugees’ right of return, the status of Jerusalem, the borders between…
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Thailand Politics and Culture

Thailand Politics and Culture

(Muang T’hai, Prathet T’hai). State of Southeast Asia (513,139 km²). Capital: Bangkok. Administrative division: provinces (76). Population: 69,720,200 (2013 estimate). Language: Thai. Religion: Buddhists 93.6%, Muslims 4.9%, Christians 1.2%, others 0.2%, non-religious / atheists 0.1%. Monetary unit: baht (100 satang)….
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Travel to Palestine

Palestine transportation

Entry and residence regulations Palestine has no sovereign rights whatsoever with regard to the entry and residence of foreigners. The State of Israel is solely responsible for issuing visas. Germans and nationals of numerous other countries are usually issued with…
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Palestine Overview

Palestine Education

With its 6,025 km² (5,660 km² West Bank, 365 km² Gaza Strip), Palestine is a little more than twice the size of Saarland, the smallest German federal state. It fits more than eleven times into the largest federal state, Bavaria….
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Palestine Economy Sectors

Palestine Mining

During the years of the complete Israeli occupation, the Palestinian economy was purely a subcontractor for Israel; there was no independent economic development. Even after the creation of the Palestinian Authority, economic development remained dependent on Israel. Estimated GDP: US…
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Palestine Media

Palestine Newspaper

The Palestinian media landscape is quite diverse. The three most important Palestinian newspapers are Al-Quds (circulation 30-50,000), Al-Ayyam (circulation 20-25,000) and Al Hayat al Jadida (circulation 5,000), all of which are close to the Palestinian Authority. Hamas publishes Al-Resalah and…
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Palestine Peace Process

Palestine Peace Process

From the UN partition resolution to the Oslo peace process On November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly then decided to partition Palestine. The 1,364,000 Palestinians were granted 42.88% of the total area of ​​the British Mandate, and the 608,000…
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Palestine History

Palestine History

The history of Palestine up to the UN partition resolution The historical region of Palestine – the name goes back to the Philistine people – is located on the south-eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea and describes an area in…
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