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It’s hard to imagine Abu Dhabi and Dubai without their signature skyscrapers, but not so long ago sand dunes stood where the cosmopolitan cities of the United Arab Emirates now do.
An exhibition in Abu Dhabi is celebrating the United Arab Emirates’ founder Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his foreign policy towards Europe.
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President Emmanuel Macron led tributes to the millions of soldiers who died during World War One on Sunday, holding a solemn ceremony attended by dozens of world leaders in Paris to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice.
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The British Museum will be shining a light on "the greatest king you've never heard of", in an exhibition featuring the Assyrian king Ashurbanipal.
Putin was joined by Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill and other religious leaders as he laid red flowers at a memorial to Russian Duke Dmitry Pozharsky and merchant Kozma Minin.
A region in Germany has this week formally abolished the death penalty and with it fixed a quirk of history.
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In Britain, Londoners have been celebrating the darker side of their city's history with the annual Month Of The Dead event.
Artificial intelligence is being used at the University of Innsbruck, part of the EU's READ project, to automatically transcribe previously unintelligible historical documents, and make the system available as a phone app.
A man was arrested after he tried to steal the British charter, signed in 1215.
Researchers have discovered twenty wooden, human-like sculptures along with an intricate adobe wall in northern Peru, according to government officials.
The Greek trading vessel, believed to be 2,400 years old, is one of 60 shipwrecks found by scientists using deep-sea cameras.
A boat built by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1810 to inspect his imperial fleet has been partly dismantled so that it can be returned to its old home.
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a 10-year-old child who they believe was given a “vampire burial” meant to keep the deceased from rising from the dead and infecting the living.
"I wouldn't believe that at my age I would be a beauty," said Polish-born Tova Ringer.
Almost 60 shipwrecks dating from ancient Greece to the 20th century have been found in the Aegean sea.