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David Mirtskhulava: Georgia Has to Pay No Political Price To Gazprom

David Mirtskulava

Georgia’s ex energy Minister David Mirtskhulava talks about the ongoing negotiations with GazProm, the agreement to be signed in December and energy security issues. What is your opinion on the current negotiations with GazProm and considerations as if the country may lose independence? – Similar considerations are exaggerated, because Energy …

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Iran Unveils Plans Regarding its New Humanoid Robot

Iran has unveiled plans it has regarding the recently unveiled “Sorena 3”, a domestically-made humanoid robot. The “Sorena 3” project director Agil Yousefi Koma, told Trend news agency there are certain plans to use the technological achievements from the project in other spheres. “One plan is to continue work on …

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The ‘Most Extensive’ Face Transplant in History

Face transplant

A 41-year-old volunteer firefighter from Mississippi now lives with the face of a 26-year-old Brooklyn bike mechanic. A plastic surgeon at the New York University Langone Medical Center performed the “most extensive” face transplant surgery in history, according to the hospital. In 2001, when Patrick Hardison entered a burning home …

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