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The Suez Canal is one of the world’s most important and busy sea routes. The waterway is 150 years old. In this issue, we outline its history, and how, after hundreds of years, it was financed, built and became a strategic route that some nations were prepared to fight over. We also cover the waterway’s recent upgrade and list what revenues it now generates for the Egyptian government.
Also in this issue:
- Sri Lanka elects new president*
- AI finds new Nazca figures
- Venice’s floodwater problem*
- BRICS in Brazil*
- Tully monster dispute returns*
- World Diabetes Day
- Berlin Wall fall, 30th anniversary
- Transit of Mercury
- Giant ape tooth study*
- Galaxy plant-based milk chocolate*
- Mongolia’s reindeer herders*
…and much more!
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