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Redditvision Song Contest 40 - Rules and Country Claim!
2020.10.19 01:22 ZwissDa2nd Redditvision Song Contest 40 - Rules and Country Claim!
Moving onwards from angola... it is finally beginning!
Under sunny skies and
with a reduced chance of hurricanes, we welcome all of Redditvision back to the king of the Caribbean Roseau in Dominica! for the 2nd time in Redditvision song contest history <3 where, once again, we will be accepting competitors from all around the world, ready to battle at the chance of winning the very prestigious and very
illustrious prize of winning the 40th
edition of the omnipresent Redditvision song contest! It's an absolute pleasure to be hosting once again! and i'm striving to host another fabulous edition of RSC! So i hope you're as excited as i am for this edition <3 But just before we begin, here is a quick overview of the general RSC rules for any newcomers or generally forgetful oldcomers (me) Rules:
for country claiming, you need to use the phrase as the title of your message. the phrase is "Don't Overdo TikTok" coming from our latest winner RAYE's fantastic Guide For The Brokenhearted~ so Even if you claim a country, if you do not have the phrase your claim won't be valid. Sorry! you can claim any of;
How to submit
- The 193 United Nations Member States;
- The United Nations Observer States; (Palestine and the Vatican City)
- Members or Observers of a United Nations Specialized Agency; (Cook Islands, Kosovo, Niue and Taiwan)
- The United Kingdom in its four constituent parts: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. I'll reply to you and inform you if you have received the country you want or not. Please keep in mind that this might take a while depending on how many people send in reservations at the same time! so, don't fret if you don't receive a reply straight away. Furthermore, please note now that you can only claim a country through Reddit. Discord is unfortunately not allowed - it just enables everything to be organised easier.
For your country submission for the 40th edition of the redditvision song contest to be valid, you must submit any country eligible via the lists ^ posted above, send myself a pm and title the pm of your message with the phrase.
Now, this schedule will be used to give a rough outline of whenabouts The 40th edition's important events will be held! the schedule includes all notable dates for when the contest's different stages will be held, so do please try to not sign up if you don't have the time/are busy!
Country Claiming: 19th-21st October (2PM CEST)
Song Submission / National Final period: 21st October-28th October (If you're curious about how NF's work, head over to here to check out the rsc nf sub!)
Semi-Final post with a voting period: 29th October - 5th November
Qualifiers Show: Don't know for certain since slides usually take a while to make, however it'll most likely be 1-2 days after semi final voting ends.
Grand Final with Voting period: most likely around 8th of November - 15th November
Live Show: ^ similar deal as with the qualifier show, except that live shows can take however long it takes to collect all votes so - 16th November-? (No longer than a week i'd imagine)
General bit on contest rules for newbies
Along with the standard rules outlined in the post, here's a few more general-y rules that newcomers might want to keep in mind before delving into the Open field of rsc;
In regards to the nf phrase, the phrase is "oh no, there she goes!" if you're submitting via a National final, remember to make sure to include this phrase somewhere in your nf post!! Failing to do so will result in your nf post being deleted by the rsc mods, and you don't want that to happen!
- Your reddit account Must be 3 months old or older in order to be eligible to compete. This is done to lesser the potential chance of being swarmed with alt accounts which could artificially alter the scores of an edition.
- When two or more people submit the same song, either internally or as a conflict with a nf, (or both even in some past cases) the user who submitted their valid application first will be the only one considered able to use said entry.
- While the contest is tentatively called "Redditvision" a large majority of general discussion/interaction with the members happens in the discord, which can easily be found on the right hand side bar of the rsc sub if you're interested in joining!
Good luck to all!!! and i hope to be seeing all you lovelies in dominica soon enough~ <3
Countries Taken: 59
- South Korea
- Côte d'Ivoire
- The Bahamas
- The Netherlands
- St Vincent And The Grenadines
- Siint Maarten
- Central African Republic
- Saint Lucia
- Faroe Islands
- Solomon Islands
- French Polynesia
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2020.10.17 20:47 Sinister-Warrior Why is the state department promoting hate speech laws abroad?
Just today, the US embassy in Kosovo just posted this to their facebook page, questioning where the "limits to freedom of expression" should lie: https://www.facebook.com/kosovo.usembassy/photos/a.127808730578624/5254680277891418/
This is a consistent pattern from the State department dating back well before Trump. For example, an Obama-era cable to Estonia recommends multicultural indoctrination in schools, mass 3rd world immigration, hate crime legislation, and more "tolerance" initiatives. https://wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/06TALLINN578_a.html
Are these policies in America's interest?
If you were a citizen of one of the these countries, would you support or oppose these policies?
Do you hope Trump does anything regarding this?
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2020.10.14 22:39 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Greece 0-0 Kosovo [UEFA Nations League, Round 4]
FT: Greece 0-0 Kosovo Date: 14/10/2020 — 20:45 CEST, 14:45 EDT, 19:45 BST, 00:15 IST
Competition: UEFA Nations League (Round 4)
Venue: Olympiako Stadio Spyros Louis (Athína (Athens))
Referee: R. Reinshreiber
| Greece ||Notes || Kosovo ||Notes |
|DWLWD || ||DLLLD || |
|Manager: J. van 't Schip || ||Manager: B. Challandes || |
|1 O. Vlachodimos || ||12 A. Murić || |
|3 G. Tzavellas || ||3 F. Aliti || |
|23 D. Giannoulis || ||19 L. Paqarada || |
|19 E. Svarnas || ||2 F. Hadërgjonaj ||YC 59' |
|17 P. Chatzidiakos ||SUB 85' ||15 M. Vojvoda || |
|20 P. Mandalos ||SUB 63' ||20 I. Dresevic || |
|8 Zeca ||SUB 62' ||5 H. Shala ||YC 18' |
|21 D. Kourmpelis ||YC 42' ||9 B. Celina ||SUB 63' |
|11 A. Bakasetas ||PM ❌ 19'; SUB 73' ||17 B. Kololli ||SUB 81' |
|16 V. Pavlidis || ||4 F. Loshaj ||SUB 34' |
|18 D. Limnios ||SUB 73' ||7 Lirim Kastrati I || |
Substitutes Greece: A. Bouchalakis (SUB 62'; YC 90'+5'), T. Fountas (SUB 63'), K. Fortounis (SUB 73'), D. Pelkas (SUB 73'), K. Lambropoulos (SUB 85'), S. Dioudis, C. Lykogiannis, G. Kiriakopoulos, I. Michailidis, C. Tzolis, L. Rota, V. Barkas
Kosovo: A. Rashkaj (SUB 34'), F. Hasani (SUB 63'; YC 90'+5'), E. Rashani (SUB 81'), A. Nuhiu, V. Bekaj, S. Ujkani, F. Muslija
Timeline 18': Yellow card shown to H. Shala ( Kosovo).
19': ❌ Missed penalty. A. Bakasetas ( Greece) fails to convert.
34': Substitution for Kosovo: A. Rashkaj in, F. Loshaj out.
42': Yellow card shown to D. Kourmpelis ( Greece).
59': Yellow card shown to F. Hadërgjonaj ( Kosovo).
62': Substitution for Greece: A. Bouchalakis in, Zeca out.
63': Substitution for Greece: T. Fountas in, P. Mandalos out.
63': Substitution for Kosovo: F. Hasani in, B. Celina out.
73': Substitution for Greece: K. Fortounis in, A. Bakasetas out.
73': Substitution for Greece: D. Pelkas in, D. Limnios out.
81': Substitution for Kosovo: E. Rashani in, B. Kololli out.
85': Substitution for Greece: K. Lambropoulos in, P. Chatzidiakos out.
90'+5': Yellow card shown to A. Bouchalakis ( Greece).
90'+5': Yellow card shown to F. Hasani ( Kosovo).
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2020.10.14 20:35 FHLBot Greece vs Kosovo - UEFA Nations League, 14-Oct-2020
Greece vs Kosovo Competition:
UEFA Nations League Date:
18:45 GMT (convert to local time) Venue:
Olympiako Stadio Spyros Louis Referee:
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2020.10.11 22:36 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Kosovo 0-1 Slovenia [UEFA Nations League, Round 3]
FT: Kosovo 0-1 Slovenia
Date: 11/10/2020 — 20:45 CEST, 14:45 EDT, 19:45 BST, 00:15 IST
| Kosovo ||Score || Slovenia |
| ||0- ||H. Vučkič 22' |
Competition: UEFA Nations League (Round 3)
Venue: Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri (Prishtinë (Pristina))
Referee: A. Madley
| Kosovo ||Notes || Slovenia ||Notes |
|LLLDL || ||WWWDL || |
|Manager: B. Challandes || ||Manager: M. Kek || |
|12 A. Murić || ||1 J. Oblak || |
|3 F. Aliti || ||17 M. Mevlja || |
|19 L. Paqarada ||YC 76' ||4 M. Blažič || |
|2 F. Hadërgjonaj || ||3 J. Balkovec || |
|20 I. Dresevic || ||20 P. Stojanović ||YC 34' |
|5 H. Shala ||SUB 84' ||7 H. Vučkič ||G 22'; SUB 85' |
|14 V. Berisha || ||14 J. Kurtič || |
|9 B. Celina || ||21 B. Verbič ||SUB 75' |
|17 B. Kololli ||SUB 84' ||8 S. Lovric ||A 22'; SUB 85' |
|22 E. Zhegrova ||SUB 90'+2' ||6 J. Bijol || |
|10 A. Zeneli ||SUB 78' ||9 R. Rep ||SUB 55' |
Substitutes Kosovo: Lirim Kastrati I (SUB 78'), E. Rashani (SUB 84'; YC 88'), F. Muslija (SUB 84'), F. Hasani (SUB 90'+2'), A. Rashkaj, S. Ujkani, A. Nuhiu, F. Loshaj, M. Vojvoda, V. Bekaj
Slovenia: D. Bohar (SUB 55'), N. Skubic (SUB 75'), B. Kramer (SUB 85'), A. Vetrih (SUB 85'), M. Jurčevič, L. Bizjak, D. Petrovič, J. Stankovič, V. Belec, N. Mitrovič, M. Rožman, D. Tijanič
Timeline 22': Goal! H. Vučkič scores [S. Lovric assist] — Kosovo 0- Slovenia .
34': Yellow card shown to P. Stojanović ( Slovenia).
55': Substitution for Slovenia: D. Bohar in, R. Rep out.
75': Substitution for Slovenia: N. Skubic in, B. Verbič out.
76': Yellow card shown to L. Paqarada ( Kosovo).
78': Substitution for Kosovo: Lirim Kastrati I in, A. Zeneli out.
84': Substitution for Kosovo: E. Rashani in, B. Kololli out.
84': Substitution for Kosovo: F. Muslija in, H. Shala out.
85': Substitution for Slovenia: B. Kramer in, H. Vučkič out.
85': Substitution for Slovenia: A. Vetrih in, S. Lovric out.
88': Yellow card shown to E. Rashani ( Kosovo).
90'+2': Substitution for Kosovo: F. Hasani in, E. Zhegrova out.
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2020.10.11 20:35 FHLBot Kosovo vs Slovenia - UEFA Nations League, 11-Oct-2020
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UEFA Nations League Date:
18:45 GMT (convert to local time) Venue:
Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri Referee:
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2020.10.09 07:05 HAW_II RFI regarding "Latest Policy" on TA if anyone has some thoughts...
Apologies if this was covered elsewhere, but I'm a Social Media NOOB. Probably because I'm all old, etc and have spent the better part of the past 20 years OCONUS.
At any rate, couldn't find the info on Google, nor here in Reddit, so hopefully somebody has an idea of what direction to point me in. Assistance greatly appreciated.
10 years AD USN from MAR91 to MAR01. Next 12 years also spent overseas contracting (Kosovo, Iraq, Africa, etc). Made it back stateside in 2014, decided to join USAR on buddy's suggestion with a local PsyOp unit. Was told I needed to go back to BCT, etc (at 44), lost rank from E6 down to E4 (SPC). Did all of that, fast forward 3 years, found myself in a position to finally "make time" to get my degree.
Was told my MGIB had expired @ 10 year mark back in 2011, guided by the VA to select 9/11 GIB. Did that, found out that I was only qualified for 60%, none of the AD time counted. No worries. Used TA for 2 semesters at WGU and knocked out my B.S. Information Technology over FY19/FY20, finished last month (SEP20).
Rather than wait another 20 years to decide to do the Master's degree, went ahead and enrolled/was accepted for the M.S. Cybersecurity / IA @ WGU. TA only pays for about half (2k of the 4k) per semester, so contacted the VA to use the GI Bill for the other half. Finally got the GI Bill as sorted as it's going to get (everyone you talk to it's different of I should get MGIB, should not, etc... w/e, got the 60%, it's good enough).
Problem comes with the TA. GoArmyEd says there is a Tier 2 hold on my account, since I need to go to ALC. Ed Center tried to submit my NLDP1/NLDP2 (USN BLC/ALC equiv) from my JST, no luck. The specific hold says: Effective 5 August 2018, Soldiers must meet... and the Ed Center referenced a memo dated 06JUN2018, outlining the requirements for ALC in sections 5/6, but it says on line 11 that it will be rescinded when the final publication of the revised AR 621-5 comes out***.***
Our UA, my SSG and myself have looked through the new AR621-5 (28OCT19) and in section 4 it does clearly state eligibility requirements/restrictions, but we can't find anything about the continuation of the Tier 1 / Tier 2 system, so we're kind of stumped. We figure we must be missing something, but surely the Ed Center could provide what this other document is that still has the restriction in effect, since it clearly states "...incorporates guidance from ... 2018-09 (hereby superseded) ", which in my mind means that if it doesn't have the restriction in AR621-5 (or an additional more recent memo) then they may be using old info.
Sorry for the long post, but nobody seems to be able to figure out what guidance the Ed Center is going off of. Unit is supposed to call back again in the morning, and try to figure it out again, but we've been doing this dance for a couple of weeks and trying to get the finances sorted by the 15th.
Any suggestions would be most appreciated!
10 years AD USN, lost rank from E6 to E4/CH30 MGIB. Rejoined USAR 5 years (2 AD/3 Drilling), using partial CH33 9/11 GI Bill. Used TA (FY19/FY20) for 2 semesters at WGU, finished B.S. IT degree. Trying to use TA to pay for 2k of M.S. Cybersecurity / IA degree along with GI Bill, but told I have a Teir 2 hold since I've not been to ALC. Ed Center seems to be referencing either old (or unavailable) information, as the AR 621-5 says it supersedes the AD 2018-09, and we can't find any ALC requirement listed in the restrictions. Thanks in advance to any kind ladies or gentlemen who may know more about this, or where we can go to find out! v/r HAW
EDIT / UPDATE
Thanks for the responses all!
I figure at this point I'm going to see what grants/scholarships are out there and if nothing comes up by the 15th, prob just take out a loan for the other half of the Tuition. At least with WGU I can 'accelerate' the program and try to get it done in 1 semester vice 3 or 4 and save myself some money!
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2020.10.08 22:45 threaddo Post-Match Thread: North Macedonia 2-1 Kosovo [EC Qualification]
FT: North Macedonia 2-1 Kosovo
Date: 08/10/2020 — 20:45 CEST, 14:45 EDT, 19:45 BST, 00:15 IST
| North Macedonia ||Score || Kosovo |
|B. Kololli 15' (o.g.) ||-0 || |
| ||1- ||F. Hadërgjonaj 29' |
|D. Velkovski 33' ||-1 || |
Competition: EC Qualification
Venue: Toše Proeski Arena (Skopje)
Referee: D. Makkelie
| North Macedonia ||Notes || Kosovo ||Notes |
|WDWWL || ||LLDLL || |
|Manager: I. Angelovski || ||Manager: B. Challandes || |
|1 S. Dimitrievski ||YC 90'+3' ||12 A. Murić || |
|13 S. Ristovski ||YC 73'; SUB 88' ||3 F. Aliti || |
|6 V. Musliu || ||2 F. Hadërgjonaj ||G 29' |
|14 D. Velkovski ||G 33' ||15 M. Vojvoda ||SUB 64' |
|2 E. Bejtulai ||YC 14'; SUB 51' ||20 I. Dresevic || |
|5 A. Ademi ||YC 38'; SUB 80' ||5 H. Shala ||SUB 87' |
|16 B. Nikolov || ||14 V. Berisha || |
|17 E. Bardhi ||A 33' ||9 B. Celina ||A 29'; SUB 75' |
|10 G. Pandev ||SUB 80' ||17 B. Kololli ||OG 15' |
|23 I. Nestorovski ||YC 37'; SUB 88' ||21 A. Nuhiu ||SUB 46' |
|8 E. Alioski ||YC 56' ||10 A. Zeneli || |
Substitutes North Macedonia: K. Ristevski (SUB 51'), I. Trichkovski (SUB 80'), S. Spirovski (SUB 80'), T. Kostadinov (SUB 88'), A. Trajkovski (SUB 88'), D. Bozhinovski, V. Stojanovski, K. Toševski, F. Hasani, G. Zajkov, K. Velkoski, D. Shishkovski
Kosovo: E. Rashani (SUB 46'; YC 84'), E. Zhegrova (SUB 64'), Lirim Kastrati I (SUB 75'), L. Paqarada (SUB 87'), V. Bekaj, F. Hasani, A. Rashkaj, F. Muslija, F. Loshaj
Timeline 14': Yellow card shown to E. Bejtulai ( North Macedonia).
15': Own goal! B. Kololli scores — North Macedonia -0 Kosovo .
29': Goal! F. Hadërgjonaj scores [B. Celina assist] — North Macedonia 1- Kosovo .
33': Goal! D. Velkovski scores [E. Bardhi assist] — North Macedonia -1 Kosovo .
37': Yellow card shown to I. Nestorovski ( North Macedonia).
38': Yellow card shown to A. Ademi ( North Macedonia).
46': Substitution for Kosovo: E. Rashani in, A. Nuhiu out.
51': Substitution for North Macedonia: K. Ristevski in, E. Bejtulai out.
56': Yellow card shown to E. Alioski ( North Macedonia).
64': Substitution for Kosovo: E. Zhegrova in, M. Vojvoda out.
73': Yellow card shown to S. Ristovski ( North Macedonia).
75': Substitution for Kosovo: Lirim Kastrati I in, B. Celina out.
80': Substitution for North Macedonia: I. Trichkovski in, G. Pandev out.
80': Substitution for North Macedonia: S. Spirovski in, A. Ademi out.
84': Yellow card shown to E. Rashani ( Kosovo).
87': Substitution for Kosovo: L. Paqarada in, H. Shala out.
88': Substitution for North Macedonia: T. Kostadinov in, S. Ristovski out.
88': Substitution for North Macedonia: A. Trajkovski in, I. Nestorovski out.
90'+3': Yellow card shown to S. Dimitrievski ( North Macedonia).
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2020.10.08 21:14 SomeCruzDude Megathread: Quakes in International Matches - October 2020 - Georgia (Vako, Kashia) and Peru (Lopez) in action!
Qualifying for a couple tournaments wrapping up this month, as well as quite a few friendlies happening at the youth and senior levels!
|Day ||Date ||Kickoff ||Home ||Away ||Player(s) ||Competition ||Broadcast |
|Tuesday ||10/13 ||5:00pm ||Peru ||Brazil ||Lopez ||WCQ ||PPV |
|Wednesday ||10/14 ||11:45am ||North Macedonia ||Georgia ||Vako, Kashia ||Nations League ||ESPN+ |
Competitions Kashia and Vako were unable to secure direct qualification for the 2020 Euros in the group stage of qualifying, but they were guaranteed at least these playoffs no matter what place they finished in the group stage due to winning their group during the last UEFA Nation's League.
By beating Belarus, they advance to the final which will take place in November. They'll face North Macedonia who beat Kosovo in their semi-final.
The winner of this group will be promoted to 2022–23 UEFA Nations League B, 4th place will be relegated to 2022–23 UEFA Nations League D.
|# ||Nation ||P ||W ||D ||L ||GD ||Pts |
|1 ||North Macedonia ||3 ||1 ||2 ||0 ||+1 ||5 |
|2 ||Georgia ||2 ||1 ||2 ||0 ||+1 ||5 |
|3 ||Armenia ||3 ||1 ||1 ||1 ||+1 ||4 |
|4 ||Estonia ||3 ||0 ||1 ||2 ||-3 ||1 |
The top 4 teams directly qualify for the World Cup, 5th place will be in a playoff with another confederations playoff side.
|# ||Nation ||P ||W ||D ||L ||GD ||Pts |
|1 ||Brazil ||1 ||1 ||0 ||0 ||+5 ||3 |
|2 ||Colombia ||1 ||1 ||0 ||0 ||+3 ||3 |
|3 ||Uruguay ||1 ||1 ||0 ||0 ||+1 ||3 |
|4 ||Argentina ||1 ||1 ||0 ||0 ||+1 ||3 |
|5 ||Peru ||1 ||0 ||1 ||0 ||0 ||1 |
|6 ||Paraguay ||1 ||0 ||1 ||0 ||0 ||1 |
|7 ||Chile ||1 ||0 ||0 ||1 ||-1 ||0 |
|8 ||Ecuador ||1 ||0 ||0 ||1 ||-1 ||0 |
|9 ||Venezuela ||1 ||0 ||0 ||1 ||-3 ||0 |
|10 ||Bolivia ||1 ||0 ||0 ||1 ||-5 ||0 |
|Day ||Date ||Player ||Home ||Score ||Away ||Info |
|Thursday ||10/8 ||Vako, Kashia ||Georgia ||1-0 ||Belarus ||Vako played 82', Guram 90'+ |
|Thursday ||10/8 ||Lopez ||Paraguay ||2-2 ||Peru ||Subbed on in 87' |
|Sunday ||10/11 ||Vako, Kashia ||Armenia ||2-2 ||Georgia ||Vako assist in 90'+, Kashia not in team |
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2020.09.23 02:33 SkyAnimal For fun, I compiled a Timeline of Archaeological, Genetic, and Geologic data. I think this is the audience that would appreciate it. (My observations in the comment section.)
A timeline of Human Development, using archaeological, genetic, and geologic data:
Earth's orbit experiences a Orbital Eccentricity, 100,000 year cycle orbit and inclination variation, going from circular to elliptical, the hemispheres experience more or less sun or exposure to the sun for extended periods, causing ice ages. Scientists estimate we are near the minimum, a 6% change in solar energy. At peak, the earth experiences a change of 30%.
44 million y a - Hominid ancestors acquire Herpes virus.
10 million y a - Primate ancestors develop genes to digest alcohol.
6 million years ago - Primate ancestors split from Chimpanzee/Bonobo line (15 million DNA mutations have occurred since then; each person born today has 100 mutations distinct to them, most don’t survive.)
5.3 m y a - Mediterranean Sea experiences the Messinian Salinity Crisis, for 600,000 years the Straight of Gibraltar closed off, causing the Mediterranean to shrink down to two inland seas with Italy and Greece separating them. Ends in the Zanclean Flood, a river of Atlantic sea water flows thru Gibraltar and fills the Mediterranean in 2 years.
5 m y a - Arabian-African continent reconnects with Asia.
4 - 3 m y a - Hominid ancestors acquire pubic lice from Gorillas (genetic evidence).
3.6 - 2.58 m y a - Considered the Neogene Period.
3.3 m y a - Stone tools found in Kenya and Ethiopia.
3-1.4 m y a - Chimpanzee Herpes oral virus mutates into Hominid genital virus, cross species transmission (Homo Habilis or Paranthropus Boisei).
2.6 m y a - Mode One Stone Tools found in Ethiopia, would subsequently spread. Flourished to 1.7 million y a in southern and eastern Africa. Palaeolithic (Old Stone Age) Era (2.6 m y a till end of last Ice Age, 11,000 y a). Subdivided into the Early- or Lower Palaeolithic (c. 2,6 million years ago - c. 250,000 years ago); the Middle Palaeolithic (c. 250,000 years ago - c. 30,000 years ago); and the Late- or Upper Palaeolithic (c. 50,000/40,000 - c. 10,000 years ago
2.58 million - 11,700 years ago - Considered the start of the Quaternary Period, and covers the Pleistocene.
2 m years ago - Earliest Hominids start eating meat.
1.89 m y a - Earliest evidence of Homo Erectus (first to leave Africa and spread across Asia).
1.8 m years ago - Mode One Stone Tools found on Java.
1.7 m years ago - Mode Two Stone Tools (slicing, butchering, evidence of drilling tools) appear in Kenya and southern Africa.
1.6 m years ago - Mode One Stone Tools found in northern China.
1.6 - 1.5 m y a - Africa, Turkana Boy dies, likely from a tooth cavity infection. He was either 8 or 11-12 years old and 61 inches tall. Brain 880 ccm.
1.5 m y a - Kenya, possible start of Hominids using fire to cook food. (increase in caloric intake, which would lead to evolution; however, Paranthropus Boisei is the local species, brain 500-550 ccm, 54 inches tall)
1 million years ago - Likely split between ancestor of Homo Sapiens and proto-Neanderthal-Denisovan species. (Mitochondrial DNA evidence.) South Africa, evidence of fire use for cooking.
1 m - 700,000 y a - Java, Java Man dies, brain 900 ccm. 5' 8" tall.
820,000 - 580,000 y a - Durum Wheat develops out of natural hybridization with Einkorn Wheat (genetic analysis).
800,000? y a - Low world temperatures recorded. Height of Ice Age?
790,000 y a - Levant, oldest Fire hearths found. (Homo Heidelbergensis, 1,250 ccm brain, 69 in tall)
740,000? y a - Height of Ice Age?
640,000? y a - Height of Ice Age.
550,000? y a - Height of Ice Age?
540,000 - 430,000 y a - Art: Sea shell formed into decoration by Homo Erectus. (Could indicate when sea shells began to be used as whistles and horns.)
530,000? y a - Interglacial Peak (between Ice Ages, high CO2 content in the atmosphere, 524-474,000).
500,000 y a - South Africa, evidence of Spears. (Would become common 300,000 years ago.)
450,000 y a - Earliest evidence of Neanderthal.
450,000 y a - Global temperatures had dropped, stayed that way for thousands of years.
430,000 - 230,000 y a - Durum Wheat cross-breeds with wild Goat Grass (genetic analysis).
400,000 y a - Interglacial Peak (between Ice Ages, 424-374,000).
400,000 y a - Germany, oldest Spears found. France (Terra Amata), possible evidence of manmade shelter using prepared wood.
360,000? y a - Height of Ice Age.
310,000 y a - Interglacial Peak (between Ice Ages, 337-300,000).
300,000 y a - Kenya, oldest evidence of Ochre rocks being used for pigment.
300,000-200,000 y a - Origin of Male Y-Chromosome that all current males are descended from. (40% of males do not reproduce.)
270,000? y a - Height of Ice Age.
240,000 y a - Interglacial Peak (between Ice Ages, 242–230,000).
200,000 y a - France, evidence of Neanderthals fishing. "Mitochondrial Eve," source of all Human Haplo-groups that everyone is descended from, existed at this time. Scientists think that language with well formed, meaningful sentences was achieved (migration patterns, anatomy, tool making; some argue that truly modern language is 50,000 years old).
194,000-135,000 y a - Penultimate Glacial Period.
190,000 y a - Early evidence of Denisovans. (At least three interbreeding events would occur with Homo Sapiens. EPAS1 gene, hemoglobin concentration, Tibetan plateau.)
190,000-50,000 y a - Flores Island, evidence of tool use by the Human Hobbit.
170,000 - 80,000 y a - Body Lice evolve (genetic evidence, feed on human skin, live in clothing; evidence of clothing)
140,000 y a - Homo Sapiens found in Europe.
130,000 y a - Evidence of humans in North America. Crete, earliest human settlements found on the island. Art: Neanderthal necklace made of eagle talons. Croatia: Neanderthal teeth show possible dental work.
125,000 y a - Interglacial Peak (between Ice Ages, 130-115,000). Sea levels 4-6 meters (18 feet) higher then today.
110,000-15,000 y a - Last Glacial Period.
100,000-60,000 y a - Flores Island, bone fossil evidence of the Human Hobbit.
100,000 y a - Oldest example of proper human burial. South Africa, Blombos Cave, pigment (paint) creation kit found; possible oldest evidence of abstract art.
75,000 years ago - Likely rise of Hunter Genotype in Homo Sapiens.
75,000 y a - Art: Drilled snail shells found in South African cave.
73,000 y a - South Africa (Blombos Cave), evidence of Red Ochre art on pieces of stone, stone with deliberate lines cut into it possibly representing count marks.
72,000 y a - South Africa, Beads found in cave.
70,000 y a - Mitochondrial DNA suggests this is when the Haplo-group of early humans migrated out of Africa to populate the rest of the world. Earliest evidence of Glue (sticky tree gum, ochre rocks, fat cooked over fire).
70-60,000 y a - Earliest evidence of bone and stone arrowheads, found in South Africa. 64,000?
70,000 - 35,000 BCE - Neanderthal burials in Europe and Middle East.
67,000 BCE - France, burial shows skulls with trepanation (cutting holes to relieve brain pressure), earliest example of surgery.
65,000 y a - First humans settle Australia.
64,000 y a - Spain, oldest evidence found of cave art (Neanderthal hand).
61,000 y a - South Africa, possible evidence of a Sewing Needle.
60,000? y a - Height of Ice Age?
60,000 y a - Evidence of man/Neanderthal using herbal medicine.
55,000 - 40,000 y a - Italy, evidence of Neanderthal using Pine Tree Resin and Beeswax for hafting tools, in cave.
52,000 y a - Last evidence of Denisovans.
52-41,000 y a - France, Neanderthal site, bast (tree inner fiber) yarn found (evidence of basic math and organizational skills for patterns and sets, clothing, nets, tools)
50,000 - 10,000 y a - Mode Four Stone Tools (long blades).
50,000 y a - Austrailia, last evidence of megafauna. Siberia, needle made from bone found with Denisovan cave.
50,000 years ago - End point of development of Gatherer genotype (can survive famine), Teacher (can handle new and different environments, analytical).
45,000 y a - Evidence of Neanderthal and Homo Sapien interbreeding. (Fossil found, DNA tested.)
44,000 y a - Evidence of art found in Indonesia.
44,000-40,000 y a - Europe experiences cold and dry weather, displacing populations.
43-42,000 y a - Germany, oldest musical instruments (flutes) found.
42,000 y a - Australia, skeleton of man suggests Atlatl use, pre-dating earliest evidence; earliest example of cremation found. Spain, small amounts of Natural Gold found in a cave.
40,000 y a - Last evidence of Neanderthal. (Inheritance of "STAT2" gene, immune response. HYAL2 gene, helps skin recover from sunburns.) China, test on body found that ate a lot of fresh water fish.
40,000 - 26,000 y a - Studying toe bones, showed they became smaller and weaker, indicating shoes were worn. Prior to this, shoes were likely bags wrapped around feet to protect from cold.
38,000 BC - First appearance of Mode Five ground stone tools on Japan. (rock was quarried; thin slivers of flint stone, attached to hafts, man is learning the use of a "handle" for tools and "leverage", create adzes, celts, and axes; grinding helps to penetrate trees and was likely discovered when grinding plant matter; found buried with owners; were traded) Lasted till 14,000 BC. (Would not become popular elsewhere until 10,000 BC?) Germany: clay figurine featuring human with lion like appearance, thought to be earliest representation of a deity.
40,000 y a - (Mankind is at the “Forager” level.) Possible example of oldest petroglyphs. Beads found in Lebanon.
35,000 BCE - Europe, earliest examples of "Venus figurines" found buried in graves (some showing they were deliberately broken or stabbed repeatedly); would later spread to rest of Eurasia. Early examples of skulls and long bones showing red ochre, indicating possible relic worship.
35,000 y a - Germany, flute made from a vulture bone found.
31,000 - 27,000 y a - Evidence of Pit Fire (Earthernware) Pottery developing.
30,000-20,000 years ago - Explorer genotype (Ice Age refugees, idiosyncratic, asymmetrical, contrarian mentality)
30-15,000 y a - DNA evidence of Denisovan interbreeding with Homo Sapiens.
30,000 y a - Evidence of starch residue on rocks, indicating where plant matter was pounded and ground. (Would likely be the pre-cursor of developing bread from roots of cattails and ferns. Quern Grinding Stones would spread and gain popularity) Georgia, Flax used as a textile (harvested, dyed, and knotted) found in Dzudzuana Cave. Fertile Crescent, Einkorn wheat harvested in it's wild form. Evidence of man using the Atlatl. Poland: Boomerang carved from mammoth tusk found.
28,000 y a - Europe, oldest evidence of rope.
25,000 - 15,000 BCE - Blood Type A develops in the Fertile Crescent.
27,000 y a - Australia, oldest example of petroglyphs found. Czech Republic, earliest example of "Weaving" of material together to create baskets and basic cloth.
26,000-13,300 y a - Considered "Glacial Maximum", ice sheets extend to the 45th parallel north. (26,500 considered to be maximum glacial reach.)
23,000 - 12,000 y a - Perforated Batons found, made of antler, assumed to be a form of Atlatl that uses a leather strap or string to wrap around the spear and give it a slight spin, arrow or spear thrower (similar to Swiss Arrow). Right and left handed throwers find preference. Most carved with Horses, have one or two holes (one had 8 holes).
23,000 y a - Israel, Ohalo archaeological site, hunter-gatherer society that grew/harvested barley, millet, and various fruits.
21,000-17,000 y a - France, Atlatl's found in caves.
20,000 y a - Height of the Ice Age, sea levels 120 meters (360 feet) lower. Earliest example of a building/house found. Ukraine, Bullroarer (wood on rope that is swung around to create sound over long distance) found.
19,050? - 13,050 y a - Oldest Dryas Period, stadial, abrupt cooling period. Sea levels rose 10-15 m in 500 years.
17,000 BCE - Mesopotamia, Wild Emmer Wheat harvested.
18,000 - 17,500 y a - Siberia, earliest example of a domesticated dog found frozen. Germany, Bow and Arrows found. Early evidence of Darts used.
18,000 y a - Japan, oldest pottery discovered.
15,100 - 14,000 y a - Morocco, earliest example of a cemetery.
15,000 y a - Southern France, cave art depicting possible Musical Bow, Nose Flute; "The Sorcerer," a figure showing human and many animal qualities.
14,500 y a - Oldest example of bread making, Jordan desert.
14,160 - 13,820 y a - Archaeological find: infected tooth partially cleaned out with flint tools.
14,600 - 13,600 y a - "Melt Water Pulse," sea levels rose 16-24 m.
14,000? y a - Older Dryas Period, around 200 year cooling period.
13,500 - 8,200 y a - China, wild Rice domestication event occurs.
15-10,000 BCE - Himalayas, development of Blood Type B.
12,000 - 9000 BCE - Mesolithic Era (Middle Stone Age)
11,050 BCE - Syria, attempts at domesticating Rye.
13,000 y a - Greece, evidence of lentils found. Earliest evidence of Amber used in jewelry. Israel, archaeological evidence of beer like gruel for ceremonial purposes found at Haifa. Likely beginning of Slavery.
13,000 - 12,700 y a - Fertile Crescent, archaeological evidence of man corralling and using pigs.
12,900 - 11,700 y a - The Younger Dryas Period, when temperatures went cold instead of warming from the Last Glacial Maximum. Started when a massive fresh water lake in North America flooded into the Atlantic Ocean.
10,000 BCE - Jericho, considered mankind's first town, is established. Buildings of clay and straw, dead buried under homes. (Would reach 70 dwellings by 94,000 BCE.) Chickpeas domesticated. (Mode Five Ground stone tools become popularly used across the Neolithic?) Earliest evidence of the Bottle Gourd being domesticated and used (Africa and Asia variety). Azerbaijan (Caspian Sea), petroglyphs of reed boats. Starting point of Ocarina type flutes.
11,700 y a - Considered the beginning of the Holocene.
9600 BCE - Southern Levant, earliest use of wild Emmer Wheat.
11,500 - 11,000 y a - "Melt Water Pulse," sea levels rose 28 m.
11,400 y a - Cyrpress, archaeological evidence of pigs (indicating they had been domesticated and brought from the mainland).
9400 - 9200 BCE - Jordan Valley, Fig trees found, indicating earliest agriculture since these trees could not reproduce.
9130 - 7370 BCE - SE Turkey, Gobekli Tepe, oldest known worship location.
9000 BCE - Syria, oldest (Saddle) Quern found. Mesopotamia, Copper first used.
9000 - 3300 BCE - Neolithic Era, roughly. Time period of when man has begun herding, before using bronze.
11,000 - 9,000 y a - Mesopotamia, domestication of Sheep; Rammed Earth construction technique developed.
11,000-4,000 years ago - Warrior genotype (farmers, soldiers, inventors); Nomad genotype (life upon a horse, can handle different environments, good immune system)
11 or 10,000 y a - Last Ice Age ends.
8800 BCE - Emmer Wheat spreads beyond the Levant.
8700 BCE - Iraq, Copper pendant.
8500 BCE - Domestication of Barley. Domestication of peas occurs around this time. Turkey, Beer production found at Gobekli Tepe. Domestication of Cattle from the Aurochs (two separate populations, one in Mesopotamia, the other Pakistan). Oregon, oldest pair of shoes found made from bark twine. Oats possibly start to be harvested, crop mirrors wheat (is like a weed).
10,300 - 8,700 y a - China, Millet harvested.
10,200 - 9,500 y a - Emmer Wheat domesticated(?).
10,000 - 7,000 y a - Archaeological evidence of boats.
8000 BCE (10,000 years ago) - Palestine, archaeological evidence of pastoralism. Pre-Pottery Neolithic people in the Fertile Crescent form perfectly smooth stone vases. Iran, Goat domestication. Believed to be when primitive dairy-cheese making began. Flax cultivation. China, Quern Grinding Stones.
78-5,000 y a - SE Turkey, Einkorn Wheat grown and domesticated.
9,500 y a - Cyprus, earliest evidence of cat domestication. SE Anatolia, cold-working, annealing, smelting, lost wax casting of Copper.
7500 - 5700 BCE - Anatolia, Catal Hoyuk develops as a spiritual center, found many clay figurines and impressions (feminine, phallic, hunting).
7400 BCE - A monolith ends up submerged in the Straight of Sicily.
7000 BCE - Archaeological evidence for pastoralism in Africa. China: evidence of mead (honey, rice, water fermented) in pottery; evidence of musical instruments. India, first archaeological evidence of Dance, cave art; evidence of dentistry. Armenian Highlands, art depictions of Cymbals. Durum Wheat made thru artificial selection in Europe and Near East. Greece, earliest evidence of grain silos. Turkey, Catal Hoyuk, art depiction of a Slinger.
7000 - 6600 BCE - China, domestication of Soy beans.
7000 - 6000 BCE - Turkey, domestication of Bitter Vetch. (Too bitter for human consumption without being boiled several times, has been found to be great for cattle feed.)
6500-3800 BCE - Ubaid Period (Mesopotamian citystates rise, evidence of specialized workers, evidence of taxation)
6500 BCE - Turkey, evidence of lead smelting at Catal Hoyuk. (Wrapping the dead in textiles, too.) China, archaeological evidence of Silk. Kosovo, oldest Ocarina found in Europe.
8,200 - 7,600 y a - Sea levels rise rapidly. Linked to North American great fresh water lake (Agassiz, Ojibway) sudden draining into Atlantic Ocean. 8,400 y a?
6050 BCE - Moldova, evidence of man extracting salt from a natural spring.
8,000 y a - Western Europe, white skin first appears. Iran: earliest evidence of irrigation; man starts choosing sheep for their wooliness, not just meat and skin (2-3,000 years later, would start wearing wool). Georgia, earliest evidence of wine. Spain, cave painting shows people collecting honey from a wild hive, using a container to hold. China, Buckwheat cultivated (near Tibetan plateau). Earliest evidence of the Ard Plow used. Mediterranean, Broad (Fava) Beans, Broccoli. Portugal: Almendres Cromlech, begins, aligned to equinox and solstice, occupied for 2,000 years, would become largest complex in Iberian peninsula, equal to other large complexes in Europe. Anatolia: Obsidian polished into mirrors. Spelt Wheat appears. First Stone hafted Axes.
6000 - 3500 BC - Mesopotamia (Sumer), Poppy domesticated.
7500 y a - Earth experiences a cold climate period? Lasts for 500 or more years.
7500 y a - Earliest example of chickpeas being used. Poland, archaeological evidence of cheese making. Ukraine, Romania, earliest examples of traps used for hunting.
7,000 y a - Earliest example of Dolmen, single chamber tomb, consists of two stones supporting another on top (table design), found in western Europe, would spread and be common 4000 - 3000 BCE in Europe.
6950 - 6440 y a - Papua New Guinea, cultivation of Taro and Yam.
6,500 y a - Croatia, earliest example of an oven found. Slovenia, dental filling made with beeswax.
5600 BCE - Evidence of The Black Sea Flood, turning the fresh water lake into a salt water sea, rose shorelines and displaced populations (source of flood myths in religions).
5500 BCE - Pakistan, evidence of Cotton found in copper beads. Egypt, earliest Combs found (placing a leaf in the teeth can create a primitive sound instrument).
5500-5000 BCE - Serbia, Copper Smelting.
5200 - 4700 BCE - Iran, earliest evidence of a wheel, for pottery, made of stone or clay.
5000 BCE - Iranian plateau, evidence of Bronze made with naturally occurring arsenic. Tin would replace as the major ingredient (and releasing non-toxic vapors) in the late 3000 BCE period. Iran, evidence of wine found, using sealed containers. China, Hemp domestication (smoking was likely cause for spread, Iron Age would use for production); Rammed Earth construction technique. Egypt, Badarian culture starts farming, used boomerangs. Roundels, circular enclosure often with entrances aligned to solstice, would be constructed in Central Europe (Germany, 120-150 altogether). Siberia, oldest carpet found (likely a funeral gift, from Armenia, featured griffons). Mesopotamia: first use of Stamp Seals for government purposes; Rotary Quern milling stones are introduced. Armenia: possible origin of Apricots. Lake Zurich, cultivation of Pear.
4800 BCE - Egypt, early evidence of peas being grown. Cairn of Barnenez, Brittany, England, begins (burial monument and later bronze age use, considered one of the oldest and largest man made structures).
4700 - 4200 BCE - The town of Solnitstata, considered the oldest known settlement in Europe. Built around a salt deposit.
4500 BCE - Indus Valley, irrigation. Wine production reaches Greece. Carnac Stones, Brittany, France; would become large complex of standing stones, menhirs, domens, tumuli (burial mounds, with passage tombs), large rectangle formed by stone.
4500-4000 BCE - China, Investment Casting develops.
4200 - 4000 BCE - Mesopotamia develops true, easy to spin pottery wheels.
4000 BCE - (Mankind has achieved “Farmer status.”) Egyptians start building big Brick structures; manufacturing Papyrus; Gold artifacts. Earliest examples of Kilns. NE Italy, archaeological find of Appleseeds. Sicily, evidence of wine found. Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Horse domestication begins. Thought to be when Cattle were turned into Ox for Draft Animal purposes. Pontic Language Explosion. [People from north of the Caspian and Black Seas migrated around Eurasia, ancestor of western languages. (shared origins with: milk, horses, sheep, cattle, pigs, goats, grain, copper, carts, yoke, weaving, mead; patrilineal clans)]. Earliest examples of Viticulture (wine making). Levant, earliest examples of harvesting Olives; start using grain Silos. Art: Earliest depiction of Shoes, Sandals. China: example of a Loom for Silk production; Ramie (similar to flax, requires chemical processing, not as popular, believed to be used for Egyptian mummy wraps). Persia (Iran), Mung Bean domestication?, Chang (precursor to Harp) found on artwork, made with sheep guts. Mesopotamia: Stamp Seals come into use; Mirrors made of Copper; earliest pipes for moving water. Europe, farming reaches northern regions. Anatolia, Silver production.
4000 - 1000 BCE - Ethiopia, Teff is discovered (can feed people and livestock, building material).
6,000 y a - Earth experiences a cold climate period? (Starting maybe 500 years earlier and ending 500 years later.)
3800 - 3500 BCE - Czech Republic, possible evidence of earliest plowed fields.
5,700 y a - Lolland Island, a blue eyed, dark haired, dark skin woman spits out some Birch Bark gum. Oldest complete human genome extracted. Had Mononucleosis ("kissing disease"). Possible archeological evidence of pit traps used for migrating animal hunting.
3630 BCE - Oldest example of silk fabric found.
5,500 - 4,700 y a - Georgia, tomb found had honey remains on pottery. (This culture could identify Linden, Berry, and Meadow-Flower varieties.)
3500 BCE - City of Uruk: (Mesopotamia) begins outward expansion and influence, later first example of organized warfare (would influence Egyptians to start building pyramids); "Cylinder Seals," a type of noble seal, that can be rolled unto wet clay (would be popular until 1000 BCE). Iraq, Kish Tablet, considered to represent the early transition from pictographic to cuneiform. Mesopotamia, earliest Harps and Lyres found; Gold artifacts. Modern humans settle the western coast of Europe, hunter-gatherers. Egyptians show Cat domestication; Gold Smelting; used a vertical Gnomon as a primitive Sundial? Iran, Beer made from Barley. Armenia, earliest Leather Shoe found. China, Pottery in shape of silkworm indicates earliest example of Sericulture (silk worm production).
3500 - 3350 BCE - Mesopotamia, earliest evidence of wheeled vehicles. Indus Valley civilization uses Stamp Seals with a type of script.
3400 BCE (5,400 years ago) - First metal casting. France, Cow skull showing Trepanation found.
5,400 -5,100 y a - Itzi the Iceman dies in the mountains of Northern Italy. Had a copper axe. Earliest evidence of tattoos. Shoes made from two types of animal skin (bear and deer). Arsenic residue in his hair.
3300 BCE - Egypt, tomb paintings show people Dancing.
3200 BCE - Examples of using symbols to represent real life objects (would go to form written language). Ireland, construction begins on Newgrange, largest passage tomb in Europe, aligned to winter solstice. Egypt, Bead made of Meteoric Iron found.
3100 - 2900 BCE - Jemdet Nasr period, following fall of Uruk, would be known as establishing Cuneiform as a proper language.
3100 BCE - Upper and Lower Egypt unified. Mesopotamia, likely evidence of the earliest Lute type device.
3000 BCE - Onset of Bronze. Mesopotamia, Irrigation; Glass Beads appear (possible side effect of making metal); possible earliest Iron working. Sumer, Medical text found on tablet, believed oldest ever found. Egypt, first record of a Doctor named, Imhotep; Antimony harvested from rock and made into eye makeup; earliest evidence of domestic Donkeys in the south. Dromedary Camels likely domesticated in Somalia at this time. (Camel hair can be harvested for shelter and clothing, outer guard hairs make for water proof coats. Camel milk readily turns into yogurt. To turn into butter requires a clarifying agent and extended process.) Chicken reaches Europe from Asia. England, earliest Stone Circles found. Slovakia, Romania, earliest chainmail found. Sheep chosen for wooly coat, not long hair. China, Clay Bells found. India, River Buffalo domesticated (water buffalo); Jute grown for fiber (burlap). Northern Iran, earliest examples of Trumpets. SE Asia, earliest records of Radish.
2800 BCE - Solid evidence of plowed fields. China, Copper smelting discovered. Sumer, Battle Wagons (4 wheels, likely evolved into a Battle Cart, and later into Chariot).
2700 BCE - Chinese treatise on health. 40 kinds identified.
2650 BCE - Egypt, dental work found.
2630-10 BCE - Egypt, Pyramid of Djoser constructed by Imhotep, considered first.
2600 - 1900 BCE - Indus Valley, Stoneware Pottery (meaning fired at 1000 degrees Celsius), would become a major industry.
2560 BCE - Great Pyramid of Giza completed.
2500 BCE - Evidence of The Amber Road, trade route from the Baltic Sea to Mediterranean Sea. E Iran, Bactrian Camels domesticated. Iraq, "Lyres of Ur," considered world's oldest stringed instruments. Peru, oldest Sling ever found. Egypt, earliest depiction of a Khopesh (sword).
2500 - 2000 BCE - Mali, domestication of Pearl Millet. Turkey, Meteoric Iron dagger.
2400 BCE - Sumer, description of Prostitution and a Brothel-Temple to Fertility Goddess.
2300 BCE - Mesopotamia, Urukagina of Lagash, considered the earliest Law Code. (Widows and orphans exempt from taxes, state pays for funeral expenses, the rich must pay in silver and cannot force the poor against will, checked power of priests, protect from usury, abolished polyandry). Iran, Quince (fruit). China, oldest Gnomon (painted stick that casts a shadow for sundial purpose).
2200 BCE - China, first known tax, using salt.
2200-2000 BCE - Turkey, Iron Smelting.
2100 - 2050 BCE - City of Ur: Earliest written Code of Law discovered. References Butter. (Fines for bodily harm, references murder, robbery, adultery, rape. Two classes of people: free and slave.)
4000 - 3000 y a - Mesopotamia, earliest Scissors (shear, spring type). India, Mung Bean domesticated.
2000 BCE - Murals show horses pulling chariots. Horses become common in western Europe. England, Great Orme Mine started, would become largest copper mine in region (most productive between 1700 - 1400 BCE), used bone and stone tools. China, Bells made out of metal (Bellfounding); domestication of the Swamp Buffalo (water buffalo). Ghana, earliest evidence of Cowpea (black eyed pea). India, Canola/Rapeseed. Egypt, Lupin Beans. Greece, Kale grown. Pakistan, Harappa, earliest sanitation in housing.
1800 BCE - Egypt, medical text on gynecological issues; Safflower for pigment. India, Iron working.
1754 BCE - Code of Hammurabi (recognized Prostitution and gave women protection and inheritance; theorized that a fertility goddess had a temple that offered sex workers).
1700 - 1200 BCE - (Late Bronze Age) 8 societies in Middle East: Aegean, Egyptian, Hittite, Canaanite, Cypriot, Mitanni, Assyrian, Babylonian. Considered a "globalized world system." Next time this would occur is today.
1700 BCE - The "Mari Letters" reference Minoan society, King Hammurabi.
1650 BCE - Greece, earliest chariots found.
1628 BCE - Island of Thera/Santorini experiences huge volcanic eruption, possibly causing a tsunami thru eastern Europe.
1600-1500 BCE - Greece, Helmet formed of boar tusks found.
1500 BCE - Modern Trumpet design found in eastern Mediterranean. India, Pigeon Pea domesticated. Egypt, Mercury found in tombs; archaeologists find earliest Sundials found. China, Water Clocks.
1400 BCE - Syria, Hurrian Songs, cuneiform music tablet in Ugarit. Greece, oldest body armor found, made of bronze, Dendra Panoply. China, Meteoric Iron axeheads. Art representation of Scale Mail in Egypt. Art: representation of Shields.
1350 BCE - Turkey, Hittites chronicle Egyptian prisoners of war bringing "the plague.”
1300 BCE - Uluburun Shipwreck, off coast of Turkey, had 300 sixty pound copper ingots (10 tons), 1 ton of tin, and tin objects and ingots of colored glass (blue, rose, brown). From Cypress/Minoa.
1300? - 900? BCE - Eastern Mediterranean experiences a 300? year drought. (Could also be: Cypress 1200- 850. Syria 1250-1187. Galilee 1250-1100)
1279 BCE - Battle of Qadesh (Egypt vs Hittites).
1200 BCE (3,200 years ago) - Onset of Iron smelting. Earliest Camel saddles appear. Last appearance of Megaliths. India, earliest evidence of Firewalking.
1200 BCE - Eastern Mediterranean civilization collapse. Drought in Greece. Earthquake series.
1188-1177 BCE - Egypt suffers invasions from "The Sea People."
1185 BCE - Syria, Ugarit Letter, Famine.
1140? BCE - Ramses 6th, mummy found to have small pox. No record of people dying from small pox.
1100 BCE - Phoenicians establish nation. Europe, Iron Age.
1100? BCE - Earth experiences a cold temperature period?
1100-750 BCE - Egypt, Iron Smelting.
1070 BCE - Egyptian mummy found with Silk in hair, earliest evidence of Silk Road.
1000 BCE - Early Cuneiform script (late stages, still pictograph in nature). Bactria, Barbat (primitive lute). Egypt, Kenaf is grown for fibers, leaves can be eaten by animals and humans (similar to Jute and Hemp; rope, rough fabric, sails). Mediterranean, Cabbage domesticated. China, Iron Age.
930 BCE - Camel bones found in Arabian peninsula. Jordan, earliest Bloomery for Iron working found.
800 - 600 BCE - Ethiopia, Sorghum Wheat begins to be harvested.
800 BCE - Considered the beginning of Ancient Greece, after the Mycenae Civilization. China, Bloomeries used.
700-500 BCE - The Illiad composed.
700 BCE - Turkey, first Coins in Lydia. Assyria, first equipment recognized as a Saddle for a Horse.
600 BCE - Earliest example of a Steel Sword.
600-400 BCE - Ancient Greece rise of scientific inquiry and philosophy
550 BCE - The Illiad written down.
500 BCE - Camels used in warfare. Persians use kettle drums for military maneuvers, frighten enemies. Greece, Grape Syrup, early form of sweetener and preservative. Blackberries consumed around Europe. Spain, Disk Quern developed.
400 BCE - The "Celts/Gaeil" settle Ireland.
396 BCE - Olympics, horn blowing competitions.
314 BCE - China, first mention of Sweet Orange.
298 BCE - Foot powered Loom.
200 BCE - China starts making paper.
100 CE - Sorghum Wheat domesticated. Mediterranean, Cauliflower.
400 CE - Bellfounding comes to Europe.
800 CE - Start of most recent Interglacial peak period.
1200 CE (800 years ago) - First Cannon foundry. Europe, first Paper mills.
1250 - 1850 CE - Earth experiences a small Ice Age.
1500 CE - Concept of Religion becomes clearly defined.
1650 CE - Pendulum Clock.
1750 CE - France, Strawberry grown in garden. Barbados, Grapefruit.
1760 CE - Bat guano begins showing increased levels of lead, indicating the Industrial Revolution.
1880 CE (140 years ago), Carnegie steel erects skyscrapers.
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DONALD J. TRUMP - # DEPRECIATED_HOTS Mr. Trump advocates negotiating, with the secret is "Art of the deal", using previous writing, limiting the use of martial arts while possible. But when the move is done, it is quick, accurate, does not want to prolong. So far President Trump has gone for most of his term. Compared to many other presidents, his four-year period never engaged in a new war. It is an overshadowed achievement. Now let's look at the past, past presidents to have a more comprehensive and fair view. 📷. President Ronald Reagan In 1983, the US and six Caribbean allies invaded the island nation of Grenada, overthrew the current government, and established a new one. This US military intervention was condemned by many allies, including Canada and Britain. 📷. President Bush father
In addition to the 1991 Gulf war, where the US and its allies repelled Iraqi troops to invade Kuwait during the Lightning Campaign, President Bush was also involved in the war in Panama. In December 1989, the United States sent 9,000 troops into Panama to overthrow dictator Manuel Noriega, who was convicted of drug trafficking in the United States. 📷. President Bill Clinton In 1998, the US and its NATO allies decided to participate in the civil war of the Yugoslav federation, with the hot spot being Kosovo. The coalition bombardment campaign lasted 3 months, from March to June 1999, with 1000 fighters. This war is more or less famous, because many thousands of civilians were killed. Public opinion also murmured that President Clinton wanted to use bombs to overwhelm the noise of American public opinion is very hot with an affair between Clinton and intern Monica Lewinsky. 📷. President Bush Child In terms of war, this is the worst president. He plunged America into the Middle East, causing great losses in both human and property. America plunged into debt. In 2001 was the 9/11 incident with two twin towers in New York being terrorized by hijackers, opening the offensive to destroy al-Qaeda. The United States entered Afghanistan to overthrow the Taliban believed to harbor al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden. The Taliban were toppled, but al-Qaeda and Bin Laden escaped. America is mired in Afghanistan, struggling with the Taliban guerrillas. In 2003, the US and its allies attacked Iraq to disarm weapons of mass murder. Saddam was captured alive and executed later. But the truth is that the news of Iraq's serial killer weapons is inaccurate. CIA is the culprit. Saddam was overthrown, but Iraq fell into turmoil for many years. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were inexcusable during the Bush era. America is officially buried here until now. 📷. President Obama In early 2011, the Arab spring that began in Tunisia spread to Libya. The uprising began, aiming to overthrow the dictator Muammar Gaddafi. In March 2011, the US and its ally NATO decided to participate in the Libyan civil war. After 7 months of attack, Gaddafi was killed, the US and its allies announced the end of the campaign, and withdrew, leaving an anarchist, riot, looting Libya everywhere. The rebel factions sparked a new civil war in 2014. Until now, Libya remains unstable. From a country with the largest oil reserves in Africa, Libya is in poverty. Later, Obama himself must admit this is the most fatal mistake in his eight years in office. 📷. What about President Trump? The general public opinion for President Trump is impulsive, but four years in office show that he has a good calculation, and has avoided new wars like his predecessors. President Trump limited his involvement in international conflicts. As for the US involved, he always advocated negotiation. Only when he is unsuccessful will he use his strength quickly, accurately, and not get bogged down in lengthy battles like previous presidents. He avoids a conflict with North Korea that President Obama's handover date predicts that Trump will go to war with this controversial nation to extort money. Remember when he ran for office, he vowed to destroy ISIS quickly. This is the Islamic State radical organization in Iraq and Syria (ISIS = Islam State of Iraq and Syria), which thrived and spread to many parts of the world by mid-2014. ISIS is terrible. By the end of President Obama's 2016 term, they had carried out 140 terrorist attacks on 29 countries outside Iraq and Syria. No one can forget the creepy videos of the beheading of Christians. Of course this statement was ridiculed by candidate Hillary and the press. But less than a year he destroyed ISIS forces to the surprise of many people. Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi fled. In October 2019, in a search to the cemetery, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi detonated suicide bombs, ending the once bloody terrorist state of ISIS in Iraq, Syria, and many others. over the world. Talk about Iran again. Mid-end 2019, Iran has many aggressive moves. They shot down a US drone, took a foreign tanker to pass through the Strait of Hormuz. Then the US military base in Iraq was attacked, 3 US and British citizens were killed. In this situation, Trump has repeatedly put his hand on the trigger, but he has learned to refrain from getting involved in a war while he can. But the last drop of water spilled the glass. In early 2020, the US embassy in Iraq was attacked with rockets, including the rough hand of Iran. The red line has been breached, and Trump is about to step down. He abruptly destroyed Iran's evil general Soleimani with a centimeter-precise tomahawk poured into the car carrying Soleimani as he exited the Baghdad airport. This is a big loss. Soleimani is a master of the organization of terrorist attacks on American and allied forces. But Iran did not understand the person Trump, and paid a heavy price. Many fear the outbreak of war, Iran will take revenge. Trump was fiercely condemned. But so far the situation is fine, it has taken Iran a long time to rebound, and the US continues the process of withdrawing its troops from the Middle East as promised. Most impressive, still hot, in August 2020 was the Peace Agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, directed by none other than the Trump government. This is an unexpected historic diplomatic breakthrough, opening up great hopes for a peaceful period for the Middle East fire from the ages - a glorious feat, an impossible task over many presidents. America. President Trump and his cabinet deserve this historic mark, whether they hate him or love him. Thus, it is not too much to say that Donald Trump is the president of peace. Even more broadly, with a series of events over the past four years, President Trump's government has avoided new wars, unlike previous presidents. Trump advocates negotiating, with the secret is "Art of the deal", using the first writing, limiting the use of martial arts while possible. But when the move is done, it is quick, accurate, does not want to prolong. Trump is an unruly president. Because of the horizontal hand, there are many doubts and disparities. Before the November 2016 election, 50 top Republican foreign policy experts (actually Republicans) signed a letter warning that Trump was not qualified. To become a president, or a commander-in-chief, and he would pose a great danger to the security and prosperity of America. But two years later, the members of President Obama's cabinet also have to admit that Trump, with unorthodox ways, has achieved the results that these experts have dreamed of. dare to think.
2020.09.08 00:33 discoskyline ls67piBZBFM
Shalom and good evening, this is TV7 Israel News broadcast to you from Jerusalem. And in today’s top stories: A number of terror attacks were thwarted over the weekend in separate locations across the West Bank and central Israel. Israel and Kosovo have announced the normalization of relations; with the latter pledging to open an embassy in Jerusalem by July. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed the Washington and Paris are aligned on all that pertains to the political situation in Lebanon. A number of terror attacks were thwarted over the weekend in separate locations across the West Bank and Israel. The first reported incident occurred yesterday afternoon, when a Palestinian assailant armed with a knife attempted to stab an IDF soldier at a main junction near the West Bank city of Ariel. Police units at the scene responded to the incident by shooting the terrorist in his leg. No injuries were reported among the Israeli troops, and the attacker was transferred to an Israeli hospital for treatment – where he is also being questioned. Separately, Israeli border police officers prevented a stabbing attack from taking place at the Cave of the Patriarchs in the West Bank city of Hebron. Police spokesman Mikey Rosenfeld confirmed to TV7 that the suspect was stopped and arrested before being able to carry out the intended attack. Meanwhile in central Israel; As part of an ongoing investigation by the Israeli Security Agency, Shin Bet; a bombing attack was prevented at the Bilu junction near the central Israeli city of Rehovot – when police counterterrorism units Yamam and Yamas arrested a suspect that was trained to gather intelligence and plant explosive devices by the Islamist Hamas organization. The counterterrorism units located the suspect in southern Israel before the date of the intended attack. Turning to southern Lebanon, where the leader of the Islamist Hamas Organization Ismail Haniyeh received a celebratory welcome by local Palestinian residents and militants in the Ain El-Hilweh refugee camp, who hailed the Islamist Political Chief as a true hero of Palestine. “We will liberate all of Palestine (Israel). We swear in the name of Allah the almighty.” Speaking at a televised rally, Haniyeh pledged to the Palestinian population of Lebanon that Hamas will continue to confront Israel with all of the means at its disposal - no matter the cost. "We tell this enemy (refers to Israel), we will never forget and never forgive this historical injustice, we will not forget our land, our principles, our Jerusalem, our right to return no matter the sacrifices, difficulties and obstacles." Haniyeh further insisted that while some Arab capitals are seemingly moving toward normalization with the Jewish State; the people of these nations are not aligned with the sentiments of the leaders. "Rest assured that the normalization drive that is trying to reach some capitals in the region doesn't represent the people of the (Arab) nations, nor its conscience and its heart, doesn't represent its heritage and its history and voice." It is important to mentioned that the visit to the Palestinian town comes following a series of meetings between the Hamas leader and Lebanese officials from the anti-Israel camp, including Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri and Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah, among others. And while Hamas, and other Palestinian factions, are evidently making extensive efforts to prevent peace between Israel and Arab and Muslim states; U.S. President Donald Trump is seemingly unimpressed by any of these endeavors. Speaking during a signing ceremony on normalization of economic ties between Kosovo and Serbia, the American leader announced that Kosovo – which is pre-dominantly Muslim – has agreed to normalize its relations with Israel. “We have also made additional progress on reaching peace in the Middle East. I will say that Kosovo and Israel have agreed to normalization of ties and the establishment of diplomatic relations.” "Serbia is committed to opening a commercial office in Jerusalem this month and to move its embassy to Jerusalem in July. That's fantastic. That's a big thing. That's a very big statement and we appreciate that very much." The significant move comes after Jerusalem made an official announcement of its own, in which it recognized Kosovo as a state over the weekend. Elsewhere in Washington, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed the Washington and Paris are aligned on all that pertains to the political situation in Lebanon. “So as for Lebanon, we are certainly in close conversations with the French. We share the same objective. Ambassador Hale was in Beirut several weeks back now. He met with a number of political leaders. The objective is the same. Business as usual in Lebanon just is unacceptable. I think President Macron said the same thing. This has to be a government that conducts significant reforms, real change. It’s what the people of Lebanon are demanding. And the United States is going to use its diplomatic presence and its diplomatic capabilities to make sure that we get that outcome. I think the French share that. I think the whole world, frankly, sees the risk.” The top American diplomat further underscored that the core challenge of Lebanon remains the Iranian-proxy Hezbollah. “Look, the risk stares you in the face: missile systems, precision-guided missiles that Hizballah holds in the south – we all remember the history of Lebanon. Everybody disarms but Hizballah. This is the challenge that is presented. And so those people who are either part of that or are playing footsie with Hizballah should know that that’s not productive. It’s not what the people of Lebanon want and it’s not what the regional security situation demands. So I’m confident that the United States, the French, and all of us who are working there on the ground, both to meet the immediate needs in the result that flowed from the explosion that took place now several weeks back as well as the longer-term challenges that are presenting in Lebanon. We’ll all work on it together.” Secretary Pompeo also touched base on the latest developments in the Eastern Mediterranean, where tensions between Turkey and Greece is increasingly threatening regional stability. “President Trump’s been in conversations with President Erdogan. He’s spoken to the prime minister in Greece. We are urging everyone to stand down, to reduce tensions, and begin to have diplomatic discussions about the conflicts that exist there in the Eastern Mediterranean – the security conflicts, the energy resource conflicts, the maritime conflicts. They need to sit down and have conversations about this and resolve this diplomatically. It is not useful to increase military tension in the region. Only negative things can flow from that.” Meanwhile in Athens, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated his will to negotiate with Turkey a solution to the maritime dispute. "From the many over-the-top statements of President Erdogan, I will retain only one, the one where he talks about dialogue. And I respond to this with six clear words: stop the provocations, and the dialogue will start." "Our country both can and wants to discuss the demarcation of maritime zones in the Aegean, in the eastern Mediterranean, based on International Law, but without being blackmailed and without the logic of being provoked. Let the threats go for the talks to begin." The Greek Premier made these statements during a meeting with China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi, who revealed that Beijing is closely monitoring the developments in the Eastern Mediterranean. "The Chinese side is closely following the latest developments in the eastern Mediterranean and we believe the involved parties should solve their differences through dialogue and to avoid actions that could escalate the situation." Meanwhile in Brussels, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced over the weekend the launch of talks between Ankara and Athens on the establishment of a mechanism for military deconfliction. "Following my discussions with both Greek and Turkish leaders, the two allies have met already for technical talks here at NATO. The aim of these talks is to establish mechanisms for military deconfliction to reduce the risk of incidents and accidents in the Eastern Mediterranean. No agreement on the mechanism has been reached yet." It is important to mention that the deconflict talks, which commenced today, are on a military level rather than political; since neither side is seemingly willing to compromise on their respectively perceived national security and economic interests. Thank you for watching us. You can also watch our productions via our website at www.tv7israelnews.com
– where we also publish additional content, including reports related to Israel. Separately, as part of TV7’s prayer initiative, I would like to encourage you today to join myself and the team here in Jerusalem to lift up Kosovo in prayer, for its salvation and peace – in addition to our ongoing prayers for the peace of Jerusalem, the Salvation of Israel, and for all those who are impacted by the corona contagion and its economic ramifications worldwide. Lastly, I would like to thank all of you who prayed for my father-in-law, Justus Weiner. I’m sad to report that he passed away on Saturday at 70 years of age. Please keep my wife’s family in prayer during this period of grieving. I am Jonathan Hessen, wishing you a Shavua tov U Mevorach and we will see you again tomorrow at the same time.
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2020.09.06 22:41 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Kosovo 1-2 Greece [UEFA Nations League, Round 2]
FT: Kosovo 1-2 Greece
Date: 06/09/2020 — 20:45 CEST, 14:45 EDT, 19:45 BST, 00:15 IST
| Kosovo ||Score || Greece |
| ||0- ||D. Limnios 2' |
| ||0- ||D. Siovas 51' |
|B. Berisha 82' ||-2 || |
Competition: UEFA Nations League (Round 2)
Venue: Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri (Prishtinë (Pristina))
Referee: P. Kralovec
| Kosovo ||Notes || Greece ||Notes |
|LDLLL || ||WDWWW || |
|Manager: B. Challandes || ||Manager: J. van 't Schip || |
|1 S. Ujkani || ||13 V. Barkas || |
|3 F. Aliti || ||2 M. Bakakis || |
|13 A. Rrahmani || ||3 K. Stafylidis ||SUB 40' |
|2 F. Hadërgjonaj || ||23 D. Giannoulis ||A 51' |
|15 M. Vojvoda ||SUB 58' ||19 E. Svarnas || |
|20 I. Drešević || ||10 K. Fortounis ||SUB 61' |
|14 V. Berisha ||YC 45'+2' ||8 Zeca || |
|8 B. Halimi ||SUB 55' ||21 D. Kourmpelis ||YC 89' |
|9 B. Celina || ||11 A. Bakasetas || |
|21 A. Nuhiu ||YC 84' ||9 E. Koulouris ||YC 45'+1'; SUB 83' |
|10 A. Zeneli ||SUB 54' ||18 D. Limnios ||G 2' |
Substitutes Kosovo: B. Berisha (SUB 54'; G 82'; YC 87'), F. Hasani (SUB 55'), A. Rashkaj (SUB 58'), A. Thaqi, V. Bekaj, R. Broja, A. Murić
Greece: D. Siovas (SUB 40'; G 51'), G. Masouras (SUB 61'), P. Mandalos (SUB 83'), A. Paschalakis, K. Lambropoulos, C. Tzolis, S. Dioudis, A. Bouchalakis, I. Michailidis, V. Pavlidis, T. Fountas, G. Kiriakopoulos
Timeline 2': Goal! D. Limnios scores — Kosovo 0- Greece .
40': Substitution for Greece: D. Siovas in, K. Stafylidis out.
45'+1': Yellow card shown to E. Koulouris ( Greece).
45'+2': Yellow card shown to V. Berisha ( Kosovo).
51': Goal! D. Siovas scores [D. Giannoulis assist] — Kosovo 0- Greece .
54': Substitution for Kosovo: B. Berisha in, A. Zeneli out.
55': Substitution for Kosovo: F. Hasani in, B. Halimi out.
58': Substitution for Kosovo: A. Rashkaj in, M. Vojvoda out.
61': Substitution for Greece: G. Masouras in, K. Fortounis out.
82': Goal! B. Berisha scores — Kosovo -2 Greece .
83': Substitution for Greece: P. Mandalos in, E. Koulouris out.
84': Yellow card shown to A. Nuhiu ( Kosovo).
87': Yellow card shown to B. Berisha ( Kosovo).
89': Yellow card shown to D. Kourmpelis ( Greece).
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2020.09.04 20:56 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Kosovo 0-6 England [UEFA U21 Championship]
FT: Kosovo 0-6 England
Date: 04/09/2020 — 19:00 CEST, 13:00 EDT, 18:00 BST, 22:30 IST
| Kosovo ||Score || England |
| ||0- ||E. Nketiah 51' |
| ||0- ||E. Nketiah 55' |
| ||0- ||E. Nketiah 61' (pen.) |
| ||0- ||R. Nelson 66' |
| ||0- ||R. Sessegnon 82' |
| ||0- ||J. Bellingham 85' |
Competition: UEFA U21 Championship
Venue: Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri (Prishtinë (Pristina))
Referee: M. Al Hakim
| Kosovo ||Notes || England ||Notes |
|LLLLW || ||WLWWD || |
|Manager: R. Prekazi || ||Manager: A. Boothroyd || |
|1 F. Smakiqi || ||1 A. Ramsdale || |
|4 K. Hajrizi ||YC 60'; SUB 71' ||4 B. Godfrey || |
|3 Lirim Kastrati II || ||15 M. Guehi || |
|5 L. Sadriu || ||2 M. Aarons || |
|15 E. Kurtulus || ||5 L. Kelly || |
|10 E. Abedini || ||6 T. Davies ||SUB 62' |
|6 A. Kryeziu ||YC 69'; SUB 71' ||21 C. Gallagher ||SUB 71' |
|22 K. Selmani || ||14 T. Cantwell ||SUB 63' |
|14 B. Baftiu ||SUB 63' ||16 O. Skipp || |
|9 A. Manaj ||SUB 63' ||17 B. Saka ||SUB 63' |
|7 V. Veliu ||SUB 57' ||9 E. Nketiah ||G 51'; G 55'; PG 61'; SUB 73' |
Substitutes Kosovo: E. Krasniqi (SUB 57'), I. Lushaku (SUB 63'), B. Tolaj (SUB 63'), B. Šabani (SUB 71'), L. Dellova (SUB 71'), A. Nika, H. Salihu, E. Sadiku, L. Vitija
England: J. Bellingham (SUB 62'; G 85'), C. Hudson-Odoi (SUB 63'), R. Nelson (SUB 63'; G 66'), R. Sessegnon (SUB 71'; G 82'), R. Brewster (SUB 73'), J. Bursik, J. Justin, T. Lamptey, J. Dasilva
Timeline 51': Goal! E. Nketiah scores — Kosovo 0- England .
55': Goal! E. Nketiah scores — Kosovo 0- England .
57': Substitution for Kosovo: E. Krasniqi in, V. Veliu out.
60': Yellow card shown to K. Hajrizi ( Kosovo).
61': Goal! E. Nketiah scores (Penalty) — Kosovo 0- England .
62': Substitution for England: J. Bellingham in, T. Davies out.
63': Substitution for Kosovo: I. Lushaku in, B. Baftiu out.
63': Substitution for Kosovo: B. Tolaj in, A. Manaj out.
63': Substitution for England: C. Hudson-Odoi in, B. Saka out.
63': Substitution for England: R. Nelson in, T. Cantwell out.
66': Goal! R. Nelson scores — Kosovo 0- England .
69': Yellow card shown to A. Kryeziu ( Kosovo).
71': Substitution for Kosovo: B. Šabani in, A. Kryeziu out.
71': Substitution for Kosovo: L. Dellova in, K. Hajrizi out.
71': Substitution for England: R. Sessegnon in, C. Gallagher out.
73': Substitution for England: R. Brewster in, E. Nketiah out.
82': Goal! R. Sessegnon scores — Kosovo 0- England .
85': Goal! J. Bellingham scores — Kosovo 0- England .
| Kosovo ||Stat || England |
|1 ||Corners ||2 |
|12 ||Fouls ||9 |
|0 ||Offsides ||1 |
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2020.09.03 22:40 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Moldova 1-1 Kosovo [UEFA Nations League, Round 1]
FT: Moldova 1-1 Kosovo
Date: 03/09/2020 — 20:45 CEST, 14:45 EDT, 19:45 BST, 00:15 IST
| Moldova ||Score || Kosovo |
|I. Nicolăescu 19' ||-0 || |
| ||1- ||B. Kololli 71' |
Competition: UEFA Nations League (Round 1)
Venue: Stadio Ennio Tardini (Parma)
Referee: K. Steen
| Moldova ||Notes || Kosovo ||Notes |
|DLLLL || ||DLLLW || |
|Manager: Engin Firat || ||Manager: B. Challandes || |
|23 A. Koşelev || ||12 A. Murić || |
|4 I. Armaș || ||3 F. Aliti || |
|5 V. Posmac || ||19 L. Paqarada || |
|3 V. Mudrac || ||13 A. Rrahmani || |
|2 O. Reabciuk || ||15 M. Vojvoda ||SUB 60' |
|7 A. Ioniţă || ||5 H. Shala ||YC 32'; SUB 60' |
|21 V. Raţă ||SUB 81' ||14 V. Berisha ||A 71' |
|8 C. Carp ||SUB 71' ||6 H. Kryeziu || |
|13 M. Caimacov ||SUB 56' ||17 B. Kololli ||G 71' |
|20 S. Plătică ||YC 39' ||7 M. Rashica ||SUB 75' |
|19 I. Nicolăescu ||G 19' ||10 A. Zeneli || |
Substitutes Moldova: E. Cociuc (SUB 56'), A. Epureanu (SUB 71'), D. Marandici (SUB 81'), V. Damaşcan, D. Rusu, P. Racu, A. Cojocari, N. Cebotari, I. Drăgan, I. Jardan, N. Milinceanu, A. Suvorov
Kosovo: F. Hadërgjonaj (SUB 60'), B. Celina (SUB 60'), E. Rashani (SUB 75'), A. Nuhiu, B. Berisha, S. Ujkani, A. Rashkaj, B. Halimi, V. Bekaj, F. Hasani, I. Drešević
Timeline 19': Goal! I. Nicolăescu scores — Moldova -0 Kosovo .
32': Yellow card shown to H. Shala ( Kosovo).
39': Yellow card shown to S. Plătică ( Moldova).
56': Substitution for Moldova: E. Cociuc in, M. Caimacov out.
60': Substitution for Kosovo: F. Hadërgjonaj in, M. Vojvoda out.
60': Substitution for Kosovo: B. Celina in, H. Shala out.
71': Goal! B. Kololli scores [V. Berisha assist] — Moldova 1- Kosovo .
71': Substitution for Moldova: A. Epureanu in, C. Carp out.
75': Substitution for Kosovo: E. Rashani in, M. Rashica out.
81': Substitution for Moldova: D. Marandici in, V. Raţă out.
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2020.09.01 11:31 HauntedSpy SKs you never might've heard of: Europe
Note: Since several countries overlap into Asia, I've decided to exclude some: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Turkey will be in the* Asia post since most/all of their territory is there. Russia is an exception, as the majority of it is in Europe, and thus will be included in this post.
In this post, I'll showcase a convicted or suspected SK in each country* on the European continent from a list I've been compiling about SKs around the world, which have yet to receive a Wikipedia entry. Each section will contain some info on their crimes, and a link/source from which I got it. I hope you'll find this as interesting as I do. Let us begin. ALBANIA: Sadik Kuniqi (2002; 4 victims)
A delusional former soldier, he bludgeoned to death a friend and his wife in Shkodër in January 2002. Two months later, he repeated the action against another friend and his family, killing the man and his child, and almost killing the wife. In his diary, he claimed that his victims had attempted to kill him at least 33 times, and the murders were retaliatory. Sentenced to life imprisonment. ANDORRA: Joaquín Villalón Díez (1981/1992; 3 victims) The Gentleman Killer
Spanish man who murdered and dismembered his lover with an electric saw in the Andorran town of Les Escaldes in 1981. Deemed mentally ill, he served time in a mental institution and released 10 years later. He returned to Madrid, Spain, where in the span of two weeks, he murdered two transsexuals: one died from third degree burns suffered from a fire, and the other was drowned in a bathtub. Imprisoned again, but released from the institution in 2013. AUSTRIA: Himberg serial killer (1997/2015; 3 victims)
Hungarian national who murdered his girlfriend in his home country in 1997. Served time, moved to Austria, where he murdered a Slovak woman and his girlfriend in Himberg (the first in early 2015, and the other in October). His name has been withheld. Sentenced to life imprisonment. BELARUS: Lida serial killer (unknown-2020; 1-5+ victims)
Only known by the name 'Yuri', he confessed to butchering and dismembering a woman in Tarnovo, Lida District, whose discarded remains were found on January 3rd this year. He confessed to a friend that there were at least five victims killed in a similar manner. Notably, he had previously been convicted for taking bus passengers hostage in 2003. Detained by police, his case is under investigation at the time of writing. BELGIUM: Steven Daubioul (2005-2013; 3 victims)
A sex pest, he stabbed and strangled to death three women in Charleroi's Lodelinsart section while either high on drugs or to satisfy his sexual urges. In addition, he sexually assaulted a 5-year-old and had child pornography in his apartment when arrested. Sentenced to life imprisonment. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: Edin Gačić (1996-2019; 4 victims)
A few months after the Bosnian War ended, he killed his roommate in Banja Luka. Convicted, served 8 years and released. While on parole in 2002, he went to his mother's apartment in Zenica, where he shot and stabbed her. Convicted in February 2003, he escaped in 2019, and in the span of a week, shot to death two men (one being a police officer) in Suhodol. Gunned down by authorities on February 12, 2019. BULGARIA: Georgi Dobryanov (1982-1985; 5+ victims) The Lozen Strangler
Rapist who strangled at least five women around the Stolichnina Municipality, Sofia City Province. An innocent man was convicted for the first murder and served time in prison, and his case later caused changes in criminal law to prevent similar miscarriages of justice. Executed 1986. CROATIA: Srđan Mlađan (1998-2002; 3 victims) The Monster of Sisak
Inspired to kill by movies such as Born To Kill, at the age of 15, he shot and killed a girlfriend with an automanic rifle. A little over a month later, he shot and killed an elderly neighbor with his father's rifle. He was arrested and served time, but was released in 2002 on parole. He then tried to rob a bank in Zagreb, shooting one of the arresting officers. Sentenced to 27 years imprisonment. CZECH REPUBLIC: Michal Semanský (2009-2013; 3 victims)
Killed pensioners during robberies in the Hradec Králové Region. Arrested for a burglary, later confessed to the three killings. Two of the victims were his relatives. Sentenced to life imprisonment. DENMARK: Ashraf Shahidani (1991-1994; 3-9 victims)
Iranian refugee who stabbed, strangled and dismembered fellow immigrants and elderly pensioners around Hvidobre, Herning and Viborg. When arrested, he confessed to an additional murder in Viborg, as well as five other homicides in Sweden and Italy, but those couldn't be verified. Found not guilty by reason of insanity, and sent to a psychiatric institution. ESTONIA: Margus Luuk (1991-2007; 3 victims)
Murdered a man in Kehra, sentenced to 8 years imprisonment. While in the Rummu prison, he murdered a fellow inmate in 1995. He was released on parole, had some convictions for drug possesion in 2002 and served time until 2006. In 2007, he attended a party in Mustjõe, where he proceeed to stab four men during an altercation, killing one of them. Sentenced to life imprisonment. FINLAND: Tommi Taneli Nakari (1992-2008; 3 victims)
Stabbed his common-law wife in 1992, slitting her throat. Served time, released in 1998, whereupon he beat and stabbed his mother. Released on parole, began dating a woman in 2008, whom he then stabbed and suffocated to death during a violent altercation. In each instance, he claimed he couldn't remember what had transpired. Sentenced to 14.5 years imprisonment. FRANCE: Mohamed Faleh (1995-1999; 3 victims) The Axe Killer
A Moroccan-born factory worker, he butchered to death three men in Belfort and Montbéliard, stealing their money afterwards. He was captured after a would-be fourth victim survived his attack. Sentenced to life imprisonment. GERMANY: Uwe Wischniewski (1986/1991; 3 victims)
A megalomaniacal cattle farmer, he raped and strangled a 17-year-old girl, discarding her corpse at a garbage dump in Brandenburg. Five years later, he raped and strangled two girls (16 and 15, respectively) in Marzahn, disposing of their bodies in a nearby forest. At the time, he was applying for a job at a Berlin Penitentiary. Sentenced to life imprisonment. GREECE: Yanis Baltass (1995-2004; 4 victims)
In May 2004, he abducted his ex-fiancée from her home in Thessaloniki, killing one of her brothers in the process. After his arrest, he inexplicably confessed to three other murders: the victims were Albanian farm workers employed by him, two killed in in 1995 and one in 1996. The reasons? "They didn't milk the goats well", and the latter asked him for money that he was owed. Sentenced to life imprisonment. HUNGARY: Fourth Highway Killer (2007-2010; 4+ victims)
Murdered at least three prostitutes around Karcag, and is thought to be responsible for the disappearance of a fourth. Some investigators claim that he might've began killing in the area since 1994, while others suspected that there are different perpetrators. Unsolved. ICELAND: None to my knowledge IRELAND: Maria Dunne (1896; 3+ victims)
Baby farmer who killed young children in Inchicore. One of them died later at a South Dublin Hospital from the abuse it had suffered. She had neglected countless other infants, and likely murdered more than what was known. Case outcome unknown. ITALY: Ernst Schrott (1993/1995; 2+ victims)
A Bolzano farmhand who murdered two prostitutes in Trentino. Although officially convicted of only two murders, I believe that he has other victims, as the gap between the years is too long, and it is said that he frequented the prostitution scene. Sentenced to life imprisonment. KOSOVO: None to my knowledge LATVIA: Yuri Krinitsyn (1975; 3 victims) The Riga Ghoul
Extortionist who murdered three men, two of them KGB officials, over the summer in Riga. He was captured with the help of world-renowned composer and piano player Raimonds Pauls
, whom he had tried to extort. Executed 1976. LIECHTENSTEIN: None to my knowledge LITHUANIA: Tadas Viselga (2011-2014; 3 victims)
Poisoned his father (2011) and two girlfriends (OctoneDecember 2014) with clonazepam, in order to profit off their deaths by obtaining their apartments. Sentenced to life imprisonment. LUXEMBOURG: None to my knowledge MALTA: None to my knowledge MOLDOVA: Durlești Maniac (2007-2011; 6 victims)
Also known as the Moldovan Zodiac, he attacked couples in the Durlești and Ialoveni areas, killing six people and wounding many others. A man was prosecuted and convicted for one of the murders, but was later found to be innocent. Unsolved. MONACO: None to my knowledge MONTENEGRO: None to my knowledge NETHERLANDS: Theodorus van Berkel (1940-1960: 3+ victims)
A dangerous sex offender who served time in the USA for serial rapes of children, he was deported to North Brabant, where he went on to kill at least three children in two decades. Suspected of other murders, including a 1941 double murder in Mierlo. Died in prison. NORTH MACEDONIA: Laze Radevski (1993-2003; 3 victims) The Ohrid Serial Killer
Stabbed to death three foreign currency dealers in Ohrid. I could get little information on this guy, since most of the news link appear to be dead. Sentenced to life imprisonment. NORWAY: Sofie Johannesdotter (1869-1875; 5-8 victims)
Swedish maid who poisoned her employers in present-day Halden, burning down the home of a couple as well. Also suspected of poisoning three other people, but denide responsibility for those deaths. Executed 1876. POLAND: Kołobrzeg Serial Killer (2016-2018; 3+ victims)
Known only as 'Mariusz G.', a local entrepreneur linked to the murders of at least three prostitutes in the area. The victims' properties, including a car, were later found in his possession. Awaiting trial. PORTUGAL: Zé Borrego (1960s; 5+ victims)
A deeply religious trader, he moved to Lisbon, where a divine power allegedy told him to murder homosexual men. He would lure them on the pretense of sexual favors, then strangled them in their bedrooms, dismembering the bodies and throwing the remains in the nearby river. Committed suicide in jail. ROMANIA: Adrian Stroe (1992; 3 victims) The Taxi Driver Killer
Former taxi driver who killed prostitutes in Bucharest between March and September, throwing their bodies in the Pantelimon lake or the Glina Canal. First known SK following the Romanian Revolution. Sentenced to life imprisonment. RUSSIA: Sergey Kashintsev (1975-1987; 8-58 victims) The Limping Killer
Despite being born with a disability in his legs causing a severe limp, Kashintsev was a savvy and ruthless killer who raped and strangled his victims all across the RSFSR using a noose. Due to the different oblasts not connecting the murders, he was allowed to roam free for a long time. After his arrest, he claimed 58 victims, surpassing the victim count of maniacs like Andrei Chikatilo and Anatoly Onoprienko. Executed 1990. SAN MARINO: None to my knowledge SERBIA: Stole Trifunović (1940s-1948; 16-60+ victims) The Serbian Ripper
An academically gifted man, but sexually promiscuous and a Jack the Ripper fanatic, he would beat and kill victims of both sexes, mainly couples, raping the women. Horrifyingly, while torturing his victims, he would read them poetry from literature from the likes of Honoré de Balzac
. When arrested, he confessed to killing at least 60 people in Belgrade and the surrounding area. Committed suicide in prison. SLOVAKIA: Marek Zivala (1996-1998; 3 victims)
A violent sadomasochist, he would tie up his victims with cloths and shove towels down their mouths, either leaving them to suffocate or strangling them before robbing their apartments. The first killing was in the Czech town of Most, while the other were in Žilina and Topoľčany. Sentenced to life imprisonment. SLOVENIA: Anna Vucored (1930s-1938; 1-6 victims)
Maid who strangled the children of her employers because they were crying too much. Arrested for one murder in Slovenske Konjice, but confessed to another five which had mysteriously died under her care. Case outcome unknown. SPAIN: Almería serial killer (1989-1996; 10+ victims)
The naked bodies of young, drug-addicted prostitutes were discovered either beaten or strangled to death in the region. The similarities in these crimes suggested a serial offender was working in the area, with some suspecting that German truck driver Volker Eckert might've been responsible. No definitive suspects have been arrested, and the case remains cold. Unsolved. SWEDEN: Alva Nordberg (1905; 3-4 victims)
Stockholm baby farmer who killed children between May to July, 1905. She was not convicted in the final death. Sentenced to four years imprisonment, further fate unknown. SWITZERLAND: Roland Kübler (1982-2008; 3-4 victims)
Former psychiatric nurse who sexually abused and strangled two boys (1982 and 1996) and later an inmate in prison, who was about to be released. Additionally suspected of killing a 17-year-old in 1984, and burying his body in the forest near Schaffhausen. His case was covered on Forensic Files
. Died in prison. UKRAINE: Yuriy 'Elvis' Kuzmenko (2006-2009; 13+ victims) The Boyarka Maniac
Suffering from money problems and alcohol dependency, he would go around the Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion, where he would rob, rape and strangle at least 13 girls and young women. After his arrest, he confessed to a total of 206 murders, and was willing to help the investigators locate all the bodies. It's unclear if the investigation into his claims is continuing. Sentenced to life imprisonment. UNITED KINGDOM: BERMUDA: Wendell Lightbourne (1959; 3 victims)
Golf caddie who raped and strangled female tourists around the island's southern shores between March and September, leaving bite marks on the bodies. Only known SK in the territory's history. Sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment, which is he serving in an undisclosed prison in England. ENGLAND: William Burkitt (1915-1939; 3 victims) The Hessle Road Killer
A local fisherman, Burkitt strangled and stabbed three wives to death in Hull (1915, 1925, 1939), being released from prison each time. Yes, including the last one. However, he was finally detained indefinitely to the Hull Royal Infirmary, where he tried to unsuccessfully escape from. Died in the hospital. NORTHERN IRELAND: None to my knowledge SCOTLAND: Susan MacLeod (1996-2001; 2-3 victims)
Smothered to death three of her children in Glasgow's, wrapping the bodies up in bin bags and leaving them at her flat. Found guilty of two counts of culpable homicide. Avoided trial, released on bail and freed in 2004. WALES: Joseph Kappen (1973; 3 victims) The Saturday Night Strangler
Raped and strangled three young girls (one in February, and the other two in September). Although he was a convicted sex offender, there wasn't enough physical evidence to connect him to the crimes. More than a decade after his death, he was posthumosly linked to the crimes via his DNA. Wales' first documented SK. Died before he could be arrested. VATICAN CITY: None to my knowledge
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2020.08.31 23:59 NitroGnome Happy 1st of September! Let the 2021 Eurovision season BEGIN! 🎉
🎉🎉 Good morning Europe, and good evening Australia!
Today is September 1st 2020, so you know what that means? That’s right - the year is one month closer to being over!! Oh, and the Eurovision season has officially begun! Any song released between now and the submission deadline in March is eligible for this year’s contest!
The compositions (lyrics and music) must not have been commercially released before 1 September
2019 2020 (the Release Date).
In case the composition has been made available to the public, for example, but not limited to, on online video platforms, social networks or (semi-) publicly accessible databanks and/or performed publicly, for example but not limited to during concerts, the Participating Broadcaster must inform the ESC Executive Supervisor, who shall have authority to evaluate whether the composition is eligible for participation in the Event.
In particular, the ESC Executive Supervisor shall assess whether such disclosure prior to the Release Date is likely to give to the composition an advantage in the Event vis-à-vis the other compositions.
The ESC Executive Supervisor shall authorise or deny participation of a composition which may have been available to the public as described above, subject to the prior approval of the Reference Group.
Even though the season has just begun, we’ve been getting news about the 2021 contest consistently since the cancellation of the 2020 contest, so let’s recap (strap in, this will be a long one).
The Show Itself:
The three shows will take place on:
- 18th May, Semi-Final One
- 20th May, Semi-Final Two
- 22nd May, Grand Final
The host city is once again Rotterdam, and the stage design from 2020 will be carried over for this year so get ready for some fancy LEDs and holographic screens! At present it is unconfirmed as to whether Chantal Janzen, Edsilia Rombley, and Jan Smit will host the 2021 contest. https://eurovision.tv/story/dates-for-eurovision-2021-announced
As a precautionary measure to guarantee a contest this year, the EBU have announced that pre-recorded backing vocals will be permitted during the shows as an option for each delegation. This will be trialed in the 2021 edition and may be carried forward to future contests if it proves successful. https://eurovision.tv/story/changes-announced-to-ensure-eurovision-comes-back-for-good
Unfortunately, as we head into the 2021 contest we say farewell to the iconic executive supervisor Jon Ola Sand. Martin Österdahl has taken the position and this year’s contest will be the first of many under his watch! https://eurovision.tv/story/jon-ola-goodbye
The Artists and Songs:
While the 2020 songs are not able to compete in this year’s contest, many of the artists will be returning to represent their country on the Eurovision stage. The returnees (so far) are:
- Australia - Montaigne: Originally SBS had planned to host Australia Decides again following the success of the 2019 and 2020 editions of the national final, however with the cancellation of the contest it was announced that Montaigne would receive another opportunity to represent the land down under in Rotterdam.
- Austria - Vincent Bueno: Austria have chosen to send Vincent Bueno again after internally selecting him and his song ‘Alive’ for the 2020 contest.
- Azerbaijan - Efendi: Azerbaijan have chosen to send Efendi again after internally selecting her and her song ‘Cleopatra’ for the 2020 contest.
- Belgium - Hooverphonic: The first act announced for the 2020 edition, Hooverphonic, have once again been given the opportunity to represent their country in Rotterdam. Their song for the 2021 contest has already been written and will be recorded and released in the following months.
- Bulgaria - VICTORIA: Bulgaria have reselected Victoria after internally selecting her and her song ‘Tears Getting Sober’ for the 2020 contest. Her song will be selected through the Black Sea Songwriting Camp, where four teams worked hard to create a song for her and other 2021 artists.
- Czech Republic - Benny Cristo: After winning Eurovision Song CZ with his song ‘Kemama’, ČT have reselected Benny Cristo to represent his country at 2021’s contest. While the selection method for his song has not been confirmed, the broadcaster has stated that they would love to get audience involvement. Could we see another online national final from the Czech Republic?
- Georgia - Tornike Kipiani: Tornike Kipiani won the right to represent his country after winning Georgian Idol and his song, ‘Take Me As I Am’ was presented to the world later in the year. With the cancellation of the 2020 contest GPD have confirmed that Kipiani will be returning to represent his country in the 2021 contest.
- Greece - Stefania: Greece have chosen to send Stefania again after internally selecting her and her song ‘SUPERG!RL’ for the 2020 contest. Her 2021 entry is rumoured to be released in November.
- Israel - Eden Alene: After winning HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion and having her song ‘Feker Libi’ selected through HaShir HaVa L’Eurovizion, Eden Alene is back to represent her country in 2021. Eden’s song will be selected through a national final consisting of sixteen songs! These sixteen songs will be put online for fans to vote on, and the top four will make it to the live shows while another four will be selected by a committee. The final is set to take place in early February.
- Latvia - Samanta Tīna: Samanta Tīna is no stranger to Eurovision, she has tried to get to the competition numerous times over the past ten years. 2020 proved to be her year as she won the Latvian national final, Supernova, with her song ‘Still Breathing’. Following the cancellation of the 2020 contest, LTV have confirmed Tīna as their 2021 representative.
- Malta - Destiny: Junior Eurovision Winner Destiny was set to represent her country in Rotterdam with her song ‘All Of Your Love’ after winning X Factor Malta. She has been reselected by the broadcaster to compete at the 2021 contest.
- Moldova - Natalia Gordienko: TRM have confirmed that Natalia Gordienko will return to represent Moldova at the 2021 contest after. The “Dream Team”, who penned her 2020 song ‘Prison’, is set to write and produce her song for the upcoming contest, saying that it will be a “Maruv style dance track”. Gordienko has previously represented her country at Eurovision, performing ‘Loca’ alongside Arsenium and Connect-R in the 2006 contest.
- Romania - Roxen: Romania have chosen to send Roxen again after internally selecting her for the 2020 contest. While her song, ‘Alcohol You’, was chosen through a national final, it is uncertain if the same will be done for her 2021 song.
- San Marino - Senhit: Senhit has been reselected by SMRTV to represent the micronation at the 2021 contest in Rotterdam. Senhit is currently on a ‘Freaky’ Trip to Rotterdam, covering a past Eurovision song each month leading up to the contest, having so far covered ‘Cheesecake’ and ‘Every Way That I Can’. Senhit previously represented San Marino at the 2011 contest with her song ‘Stand By’.
- Slovenia - Ana Soklič: Soklič was chosen to represent her country at the 2020 contest after winning EMA with her song ‘Voda’. RTV SLO have reselected her to represent the country at the 2021 contest.
- Spain - Blas Cantó: Spain have chosen to send Blas Cantó again after internally selecting him and his song ‘Universo’ for the 2020 contest.
- Switzerland - Gjon’s Tears: Spain have chosen to send Gjon’s Tears again after internally selecting him and his song ‘Répondez-moi’ for the 2020 contest.
- The Netherlands - Jeangu Macrooy: The Netherlands have chosen to send Jeangu Macrooy again after internally selecting him and his song ‘Grow’ for the 2020 contest.
- Ukraine - Go_A: Vidbir 2020 winners Go_A have been given another opportunity to represent Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest after they were unable to perform ‘Solovey’ in Rotterdam due to the contest’s cancellation. Go_A hope to present a selection of songs for the public to choose to decide their 2021 song, however no further details have been revealed.
Further information on the confirmed artists can be found here: https://eurovision.tv/event/rotterdam-2021/participants
National Finals and Other Selections:
While a fair few artists are set to return for the 2021 contest, some countries have opted to host open national finals and some artists have opted not to represent their country at the 2021 contest.
- Albania: Albania will be hosting Festivali i Këngës later this year, however Albania have yet to confirm participation at Eurovision 2021.
- Croatia: Croatia will be hosting their national final, Dora, to select their 2021 song and artist. The competition will take place in February.
- Cyprus: Earlier this year it was revealed that Sandro will not be representing Cyprus at the 2021 contest. The 2021 artist is set to be announced in November.
- Denmark: Denmark will once again be hosting their national final, Danish Melodi Grand Prix.
- Estonia: While Estonia will be hosting Eesti Laul, their national selection, Uku Suviste has been granted an automatic pass into the semi-finals if he chooses to compete.
- Finland: Finland will be hosting their national final, Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu to select their 2021 song and artist, the competition will take place in February.
- France: Tom Leeb has announced that he will not be representing his country at the 2021 contest in Rotterdam. Instead, France will be hosting a national final (Eurovision France, c’est vous qui décidez) to determine their song and artist for the competition.
- Germany: Ben Dolic has not been reselected to represent Germany at the 2021 contest. The broadcaster will be selecting their song and artist through the same method they used in 2020.
- Italy: Italy will be hosting Sanremo later than usual, between the 2nd and 6th of March. A new song and artist will be chosen from the show, and it is unknown if Diodato will be invited back to compete.
- Ireland: While Ireland has confirmed their participation in the 2021 contest, there has been no confirmation of their artist.
- Lithuania: LRT will be hosting Pabandom iš naujo again after a successful first run in 2020. The Roop have been invited to compete in the final.
- Norway: Norway will once again host Melodi Grand Prix. Ulrikke has confirmed that she will not participate in the national final.
- Portugal: Elisa has not been internally selected to represent Portugal next year.
- Serbia: While Serbia has confirmed their participation in the 2021 contest, there has been no confirmation as to whether Hurricane will be reselected to represent the country.
- Sweden: Sweden will one again host Melodifestivalen to select their song and artist for the 2021 contest.
Andorra, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Luxemburg, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Morocco, and Turkey are not expected to debut/return.
At present there has been no information from the following countries; Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Iceland, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, or Russia.
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2020.08.31 17:41 Deemonyx [ARMA 3: CONTACT DLC] BALKAN LINE(Replay) - Saturday 5th @ 19:00 UTC
Calendar Details:2020-09-05 20:00 Arma 3:Contact Balkan Line © Poudjik
Covert Russian Spetznaz secure Pristina airfield in midst of the Kosovo war. /!\ MISSION REQUIRES CONTACT DLC as it is using the Livonia Map.
Where? PA Arma 3 Server
When? 19:00 UTC Join the steam group!
Get the mods through our custom mod downloader, Swifty
When should I update the mods? As soon as you can, PM me with issues.
Want more info? LINK to our wiki Recommended reading: http://ttp3.dslyecxi.com/
If you have any issues with any of them, or anything really. Do not hesitate to contact me or any of the other helpers on teamspeak. Reddit PM is the easiest way to get a hold of me.
MISSION . Kosovo, June 1999
After years of conflicts in the Balkans region, war has sparked again in Kosovo.
Russia has decided to intervene in the conflict, our high command has ordered our unit of spetnaz to seize and hold the Pristina airfield which will serve as a bridgehead for Russia's foothold in the region. We will be entering country covertly behind enemy lines, our aim is to secure the airfield which is the only one in country, before NATO and the UN.
The airfield is currently being held by hostile insurgents who want to prevent exterior intervention in Kosovo, our satellite imagery shows a platoon sized-force which has dug in defenses, and at least a batallion size force located several km North of the airfield which is likely to counter-attack.
The mission is simple:
- Secure the Airfield
- Setup your defenses against Northside counter-attack
Remember we will still have no official presence in the area, thus there will be no reinforcements and no air support.
Medical supplies will be limited to what we carry on our backs.
Use this in your slotting comment:
IGN: SLOT: Alpha MG
CO, squad leaders and crew leaders, should join the teamspeak 30 minutes before the event starts for planning the mission.
You are eligible to apply for the roles above if you have participated in at least 3 events with PA. If this is your first event with us we would also like to ask you to join 30 minutes early for a quick introduction to PA.
This list is not guaranteed to be up to date! Do a quick look through the comments to make sure your slot hasn't already been claimed.
You need to have played at least three events with us for all leadership and special roles like pilots or vehicle crew.
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|Marksman ||Poseidon |
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|ANYA Leader ||Dave Vysoudil |
|Rifleman ||TomoKIN |
|AT ||Comrade Stalin |
|LMG ||Riikkaaa |
|Medic ||Klark Morrigan |
|Grenadier ||BoopSnek |
|Rifleman ||Deemo |
|Rifleman ||Tetra |
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|Rifleman ||Person1809 |
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Big props to Poudjik for allowing to replay this mission
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2020.08.30 19:40 Chickflopia Redditvision Song Contest 39 - Rules and Country Claims!
Good evening Redditvision! This is Luanda calling!
Yes, that's right, following the victory of the fantastic Victoria Monét, Khalid and SG Lewis with their song "Experience", the Redditvision Song Contest will be held in Luanda, Angola, marking only the second time in the contest's history that the contest has been held in Africa.
Luanda is the country's capital, and is actually 1.5x larger than Greater London (though it has less than 1/4 of its population, but we say quality over quantity!). Often referred to as the Paris of Africa, Luanda welcomes around 600,000 tourists every year, drawn to its incredible weather and stunning coastline.
But that's enough about the city - let's move onto contest! Rules:
- No view restrictions
- No date restrictions
- No song length restrictions
Note that the schedule is potentially subject to slight delays/changes.
- Country claims (August 30 - September 1) » Please wait until after this period to start your national finals/send your songs. The phrase for claiming your country is "I'm all out of love".
- Song submissions/National finals (September 2 - September 9) » You may hold (and vote in) national finals during this period. Please don't forget to submit your song regardless!
- Semi-finals (September 10 - September 17) » Please don't forget to vote in your own semi-final! You can also vote in other semi-finals than your own.
- Grand final (September 19 - September 26) » Please don't forget to vote in this as well, or else you will be disqualified from the next edition!
- Live Show (September 27 - ?) » This process can last from one day to many days, and then we will have our new winner!
For country claiming, you need to use the phrase as the title of your message. Any messages not including the phrase will be invalid. You can claim any of;
Deadline: Tuesday 1st September 23:59 CEST
- The 193 United Nations member states;
- The United Nations observer states; (Palestine and the Vatican City)
- Members or observers of a United Nations Specialized Agency; (Cook Islands, Kosovo, Niue and Taiwan)
- The United Kingdom in its four constituent parts: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. I will follow up with a reply to inform you if you have received the country you want or not. Please keep in mind that this might take a while depending on how many people send in reservations at the same time so be patient. You can only claim a country through Reddit. Discord is not allowed.
Countries chosen (59) Andorra
Central African Republic
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad & Tobago
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2020.08.29 18:23 IdolA29Augl Mat-ure G-ay for Da-ting Hel-p
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