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Daily Archives: September 10, 2015

New Species of Human Ancestor Discovered in South Africa

Homo naledi

When an amateur caver and university geologist arrived at Lee Berger’s house one night in late 2013 with a fragment of a fossil jawbone in hand, they broke out the beers and called National Geographic. Berger, a professor at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, had unearthed …

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Irakli Garibashvili: A Silk Road ‘Shortcut’ for China, Europe

China Daily

Irakli Garibashvili writes a letter in China Daily. Georgia is Europe’s natural gateway to Asia, as it is Europe’s eastern most entry point both by land and sea. With its deep ties to the European Union, including the new Association and free trade agreements, Georgia is the traditional trade hub …

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Follow These Feeds if you are in a Business World

If you are in a business world, you should follow these 21 feeds. Dave Pell | Newsletter Pell makes his living as an investor—he bet early on the company that became Twitter—but he’s making his name as a funny and incisive writer who aggregates the day’s most interesting journalism into …

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Director of National Wine Agency: Grapes Price may Exceed 1 GEL

The price of grapes could exceed one lari. CBW was told by George Samanishvili, Chief of Vintage Coordination Headquarter Office. According to him, the final price of grapes  will be determined after  grape  ripens  and the harvest enters an  active phase. Starting from today, 10 September, the state  begins grapes purchase …

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