Science is very important in our everyday life as its effort is the product of the things we are using for our present day-to-day activities. But sometimes science can be terrifying, and this is evident where some scientists around the world in their effort to better the world, ended up creating some mysterious creatures in their labs.
The former aviation minister, Femi Fani Kayode has once again spoken. According to a recent tweet he made on his verified twitter handle, he stated it clearly that the world must accept the fact the Islamists are here to stay. FFK started by reminding Nigerians that the Islamists of Afghanistan, through All Qaeda, defeated the Soviet Union in the 1980's and in 2021, they have defeated the Americans through the Taliban.
This article features an experiment that involves the use of an AK-47 to shoot through 12 bottles of Fanta soft drink. Follow through to the end to view the result of the experiment. The AK-47, officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikova, is a gas-operated assault rifle developed in the Soviet Union by Russian small-arms designer Mikhail Kalashnikov.
Russia is the largest country in the world and it serves as home to millions of people. It uses to be a very prominent nation during the Soviet Union era, Russia was the head of about fifteen republics and was very influential in world politics. However, the tide changed after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia is not as powerful as before but the country still possesses a strong military might to be classified as a force to reckon with in the world.
1. BOLIVIA Bolivia is a country from central-south America and has only one international trophy which is Copa America. 2. COLOMBIA This South American country also has only one international trophy, the Copa America which they won in 2001. 3. SOVIET UNION Soviet Union won the UEFA European championship in 1960, which is their only international trophy to date.
With love from the Soviet Union and the Old War comes one of the deadliest weapons of mass destruction, "The ICBM R-36 Voyevoda". The weapon was so powerful that it was nicknamed SS-18 Satan. Well, as you already know, the name Satan seems to connote havoc.
Everyone is familiar with armed conflict, the manufacturing of weapons and vehicles to be used to fight in wars across the world. But sometimes, it seems as though a government can overboard in what they want made. These are 25 of the most expensive military vehicles in the world to make.
1. Osaze Odemwingie Osaze Odemwingie is a Nigerian soccer player who was born on July 15, 1981, in Lagos. He was regarded as one of the best Nigerian players of all time, and he had represented his country as a striker or winger for the Nigerian national team as well as many foreign football teams.
The Soviet Union had a lot of states under it, states that were big enough to be called countries of their own. This was the case immediately after the breakdown of the Soviet Union. These states that made up the union gained their independence and became countries of their own.
Football is not a "do or die" game, it is either you win or lose. There are no two ways about it. This is the reason a team might win today, draw tomorrow, and lose next tomorrow. These are some of the things that make football a highly competitive sport.
Space exploration in the United States of America has begun several years ago, it started with the space race with the Soviet Union, and the Americans were able to successfully launch an astronaut into the moon. The space industry in the country is becoming more developed with private companies playing a more active role.
Today we are going to tell you about the tallest and most expensive abandoned hotel which is located in North Korea. Believe it or not, there was a time when North Korea accommodate thousands of foreign visitors in a 105 story-pyramid shaped hotel that would be the tallest hotel of its time.
Ballon D'or is an award presented by French News magazine every year. It is regarded as the most prestigious individual award for a football player. The award began since 1956, over 65 years ago. From 2010 to 2015, the Federation of International Football Association made an agreement with the award host and they merged it as FIFA World Player of the year until it was reverted in 2016.
Photo Credit: Voa News In the 1990s, the Taliban forces were one of the people who partook in the civil war that was fought in Afghanistan, after the Soviet Union forces withdrew from the country, like the United States of America withdrew it forces from the country last week.
The Taliban ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001 under Islamic law. Here are some of the key points related to the ideology and history of the organization. How was the Taliban formed? The Taliban, one of the main warring factions in Afghanistan during the 1990s, was ousted by the Soviet Union.
The invasion of Poland was an attack on the Republic of Poland by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union which marked the beginning of World War II. The German invasion began on 1 September 1939, one week after signing a Pact with the Soviet Union, and one day after the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union had approved the pact.
There is a place located in Turkmenistan which has been on fire for over five decades now. The incident happened when the Soviet Union also known as the USSR mistakenly hit an underground gas carven while they were drilling, this made the drilling rig to remove. After the gas was punctured, poisonous fumes started leaking.
The Taliban has been fighting the Western-backed government in Afghanistan for 20 years since 2001. The Taliban originated from the Mujahideen, which overthrew the Soviet Union in the 1980s. The group emerged in 1994 as part of a civil war movement that seized control of much of the country in 1996 and introduced Islamic law.
The Taliban that took over power in Afghanistan and occupied the Afghan Presidential Palace since 15 August 2021, is an Islamist militant group founded in 1994 and 1995 by Mullah Mohammed Omar, against the Soviet Union and the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan. Although Omor fled his residence in Kandahar after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan and later died of Tuberculosis.
Gerd Muller, one of the greatest strikers ever in soccer history has passed on at the age of 75. The German set many goal scoring records in his illustrious soccer career across both club and national team football. At the national team level, Muller netted 68 times in just 62 games for the then West Germany.