The annual reading motivation and awareness day is celebrated on the birthday of beloved children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.
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Phoenicia Glass Works Ltd., Israel’s only glass container factory, runs 24/7 and produces a million bottles and containers every day.
The factory, located in the Negev desert, produces some 300,000 defective bottles a day. The defects are ground up and gathered into piles to be melted into new bottles. The rolling hills of glass shards span a few soccer fields and reach up to 50 feet high.
The factory runs nonstop – the ovens must always run to prevent the molten glass from hardening and clogging the equipment.
The international memorial day is held on January 27 every year to mark the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
The Saguache Crescent is the last newspaper in the United States still produced with a Linotype hot metal typesetting machine.
Most newspapers stopped using Linotypes more than 40 years ago and replaced the technology with offset lithography printing and computer typesetting.
Rural miners try their luck in the abandoned mines in Areinha, Brazil, left over by multinational mining corporations that pulled out in recent years.
Lacking any kind of infrastructure, the workers struggle to survive with unstable incomes and basic tools.
Epiphany, also known as Three Kings’ Day or Theophany, is a Christian celebration of the biblical manifestation of Christ to the world.
Festivities vary widely and often centers around blessings, baptismal rites, gift-giving, nativity scenes and parades.
Missouri and other areas along the Mississippi river are facing major flooding events after intense rainfall and rising river levels. At least 20 people have been killed, and 19 levees along the river are still vulnerable.
The “Better Gaza” campaign aims to bring color and cheer to the Al-Shati camp, home to some 82,000 Palestinian refugees.