Estonian Researchers Confused by Missing Hearts in 2 Mummies

A new study carried out by researchers at the University of Tartu raised questions about two Egyptian child mummies with missing hearts. The mummies were found at the university’s museum.


Many experts took part in the study that relied on radiological investigation, carbon dating and 3D modeling, as well as a DNA investigation in order to collect further information about the mummies.


The mummies were brought to Estonia by German scholar Otto Friedrich von Richter, who had traveled in Egypt during the early 19th century.


The researchers published their findings in the PLOS ONE journal.


The study revealed that one of the mummies dates to the end of fifth until the first half of the second ce...
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Commemoration of 3 Kurdish activists shot in Paris

Thursday, Kurds saluted the seventh anniversary of the assassination of 3 Kurdish women activists in France.


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Susan Rice: U.S. has ‘sold out the Kurds’ with Syria move

Susan Rice, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and national security adviser in the Obama administration, joined Judy Woodruff on PBS NewsHour and discussed the Trump administration&rsquo...

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Who are PUK's new leaders?

The PUK's has elected two young new leaders and started its new era of political and party activities.


The Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in a meeting...

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