With the exception of the beginning, both are correct; however, personally I would prefer the second.Of the following two sentences, which one is better?
Throughout the line history, human communities have never been so closely interconnected in interests and destinies.
Throughout the line history, the interests and destinies of human communities have never been so closely interconnected .
Just one thing: What on earth do you mean by the phrase "Throughout the line history"?
This sounds very weird and very wrong, unless there is some very unusual context that justifies it. If you just mean throughout history, then say that. If you mean throughout the history of something, then say that.
Student or Learner