Photo courtesy of Jeremy Weate via Flickr and Wikimedia Commons, modified by Curiousmatic. Sub-Saharan terrorism caused international outrage in April and May of 2014 when militant group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 300 school girls from a school in northern Nigeria.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a student that enjoys homework, from elementary school to higher education. As it turns out, their sentiments, though for different reasons, may be valid.
Chechnya is a small, mountainous region in the southwest of Russia that has been claiming independence since it was conquered in the 18th century.
Photo courtesy of Sergei Golyshev via Flickr. Lifespans may already be increasing steadily, but the current progression isn’t fast enough for some. Extending life, or rather, putting off death, has become the singular goal of various companies and organizations.
Images courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, modified by Curiousmatic. What is the U.S. Africa Command, and what does the U.S. gain from increasing their military presence in Africa?
Image: “Invisible Digital Rebels” courtesy of Surian Soosay via Flickr. While the days of oil painting and marble sculpting aren’t quite dead, they have been joined in modern times by new forms of art shaped by science and technology.
You may think the Internet is open to all – but beyond the regular web addresses like Google and Facebook, there is the Deep Web, a vast expanse of information many times larger than the regular, so-called Surface Web.
Not everyone wants a big, grand house. For many who think less is more, tiny houses are becoming a big trend that promise a simpler, less expensive, less cluttered lifestyle. But tiny houses can come with some big challenges, too. The Tiny Home Movement The idea of thoughtfully-designed little house has been around for a […]