• Why Did Korea Split in to North and South?
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    Why Did Korea Split in to North and South?

    This video is made possible by wix if you ready to create a website head over tosdsd wix.com/go/infograficsccc to tryout one of their premium plan rightnow Relations between North and South Korea have been rather tense for some time. Which might be — an understatement. But this year we saw North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un walked over the border to shake hands with South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-In. Until then, most South Koreans and most of the world, for that matter, saw that North’s head honcho is some kind of evil dictator. After the meeting, some South Koreans referred to him as a cute teddy bear. So, is everything…

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    Canada’s New Shipping Shortcut

    This is a Wendover Productions video made possible by Hover. Get 10% off your custom Domain from Hover with the code “Wendover” at checkout. The Arctic will be perhaps the single most influential region on earth in the coming century and yet almost no-one even lives there. Eight nations have territory above the Arctic Circle—Denmark though their constituent country: Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, the United States, and Canada—and they are all in close quarters. This circle represents the distance a plane can fly in three hours. Most of these countries can reach each other faster than they watch Titanic. Anchorage, Alaska is, in fact, closer to Tromsø, Norway…