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The 10 Most Serious Problems in the World, According to Millennials

The 10 Most Serious Problems in the World, According to Millennials

For the third year in a row, millennials who participated in the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Survey 2017 believe climate change is the most serious issue affecting the world today. Nearly half (48.8%) of the survey participants chose climate change as their top concern, and 78.1% said they would be willing …

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Azerbaijan, Turkey to Launch New Money Transfer System

Turkey, a brother nation and strategic ally of Azerbaijan, is creating a new system of money transfers, which will be launched for the first time to carry out transfers with Azerbaijan. The Turkish side is directly involved in the development of the money transfer system, while Azerbaijan provides advisory services …

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SiGMA Show Breaking All Records

From a simple bedroom project to a buzzing show that has doubled in size over three years and shows no signs of plateau: this has been our humbling journey so far; a roller coaster that has connected many entrepreneurs and gained a bit of respect from the elite of igaming. …

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Azerbaijan Eyes China’s Wine Market

Azerbaijan Eyes China's Wine Market

Azerbaijan intends to increase wine exports to China, Azerbaijan Export and Investment Promotion Foundation (AZPROMO) said on its website Friday. The issue of expanding cooperation between Azerbaijan and China in the area of wine trade was discussed at a meeting participated by local winemakers and the trade representative of Azerbaijan …

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BTK Railway to be Ready in September – Minister

BTK Railway to be Ready in September - Minister

Construction of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway will be completed in September, Ahmet Arslan, the minister of Transport, Maritime and Communications of Turkey, said in an interview with TRT Haber TV channel. According to the minister, the work is underway to complete the project on the territory of Georgia. Arslan said that, …

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Not Just Hops: Herbs And Spices In Brewing

Not Just Hops: Herbs And Spices In Brewing

A recent trend in gastronomy is that of foraging for wild herbs, flowers and roots to highlight seasonality and regional biodiversity. The use of herbs, shrubs and forest fruit as flavorings has been one of the main characteristics of brewing for centuries. The first alcoholic drinks, similar to what we …

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