Shelling kills 16 in northern Syria’s Afrin: Monitor

Shelling of the rebel-held city of Afrin in northern Syria killed at least 16 people Saturday, many of them when a hospital was struck, a war monitor said.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said a doctor, three hospital staff, three women and a child died at Al-Shifaa hospital in the city which is held by Turkish-backed rebels.The artillery fire originated from northern Aleppo province wher... More ...

Bahrain suspends work permits for people from red list countries indefinitely

Bahrain has stopped issuing work permits to individuals out of the country and from places on its red list indefinitely. “For the time being individuals who are in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Nepal are not able to gain work permits in Bahrain. The decision was put in place on May 24 and we are still unsure of when it will be lifted,” the authority’s representat... More ...

New Israeli Government Wins Majority Vote, Ending Netanyahu Tenure

Israel's parliament voted 60-59 in favour of a new government on Sunday, ending Benjamin Netanyahu's 12-year consecutive tenure as premier. Ultra-nationalist Naftali Bennett will head the new cabinet, comprising parties from left to right, for a little over two years before his centrist ally, Yair Lapid, takes over.... More ...

Nearly 25% of Turkey’s population now have 1st doses of COVID vaccine

Turkey has administered over 33.7 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines since it launched a mass vaccination campaign in mid-January, including first doses to nearly one-fourth of Turkey’s population of some 83.6 million, the Health Ministry announced on Sunday. More than 20 million people have gotten their first doses, while nearly 13.7 million have been fully vaccinated, according to minis... More ...

Global coronavirus caseload nears 174 million

The overall global COVID-19 caseload has topped 173.8 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 3.74 million, according to the Johns Hopkins University. In its latest update on Wednesday morning, the University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the current global caseload and death toll stood at 173,887,864 and 3,744,378, respectively.   The US co... More ...

Journalists demanding more action against online harassment

The Associated Press’ recent firing of a young reporter for what she said on Twitter has somewhat unexpectedly turned company and industry attention to the flip side of social media engagement — the online abuse that many journalists face routinely. During internal meetings after the Arizona-based reporter, Emily Wilder, was let go, several journalists expressed concern over whether... More ...

Peru’s Fujimori leads protest to annul votes as Castillo nears win

Peruvian right-wing presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori, who is likely to lose a runoff election against her socialist rival, on Saturday led a protest in Lima , calling again for the annulment of votes that did not favor her. "If the (electoral) jury analyzes this, the election will be flipped, dear friends," Fujimori told thousands of supporters, many waving Peru's red-and-white flag. "I'm ... More ...

Airline Industry Sees Long-Term Rebound for Sector

After flying into the financial turbulence of the Covid pandemic, the airline sector expects passenger traffic to take off despite concerns about the industry's impact on climate change. In its latest look at trends for the sector, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said it doesn't expect world air traffic to resume to its pre-pandemic level before 2023. But over 20 years, air ... More ...

Israeli parliament meets to vote on new coalition government

Israel's parliament has begun its session to hold a vote of confidence in a new grand coalition government that brings together unlikely bedfellows including right-wing nationalist Naftali Bennett and centrist former TV host Yair Lapid and Arab Islamist Mansour Abbas. If successful on Sunday, the vote will push current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – Israel’s longest-serving lea... More ...

Scorpio Horoscope today

Jun 12, 2021 - You may feel like a puppy that has been let outside for the first time, Scorpio. The air is warm and you're full of energy. You're ready to run over the fields and hills. Unfortunately, you're tied to a stake and you can't move beyond a ten-foot radius. Your heart is ready to fly, but something beyond your control keeps you where you are. Start chewing the rope.... More ...

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BOSS x Russell Athletic collection for a chic youthful look

Fashion brand BOSS, in collaboration with Russell Athletic, has launched a bold casual wear collection for the rising generation, for a modern and elegant look, where knitwear, jackets, shorts and pants embody the sporty and sophisticated character in one look. The BOSS x Russell Athletic collection is full of contrasts, especially leggings with a well-defined cut and track pants in a loose and... More ...

Learn about the personality types of women

A woman's personality is a combination of traits and patterns that influence her behavior, thought, motivation, and emotion. It causes her to constantly think, feel, and act in specific ways; It is what makes every woman unique. Over time, these patterns strongly influence personal expectations, perceptions, values, and attitudes. According to the "brandongaille" website, psychologists classifi... More ...

Amman International Book Fair is set to return to Jordan in September

The Amman International Book Fair will return in September. The annual event, which had its 2020 programme cancelled because of the pandemic, will run from Wednesday, September 22 to Saturday, October 2 within the halls of Amman International Motor Show. The news was announced by Jaber Abu Faris, the fair’s director and chairman of the Union of Jordanian Publishers. In a statement ... More ...

The most dangerous of them is sagging.. Learn about the harms of dieting without exercise

A proper diet helps to lose weight, but it may be difficult to maintain positive results without exercising, so do you know the harms of dieting without exercise? immune system damage The immune system is affected by an individual's genetic makeup, as well as other external factors. Such as stress, poor diet, lack of sleep, the natural aging process, lack of exercise or overtraining. These fac... More ...

Pop singer Britney Spears' letters to high school boyfriend up for auction

Letters written by a teenage Britney Spears to her high school boyfriend are among the memorabilia up for auction this weekend. The pop star was dating Donald “Reg” Jones in her hometown of McComb, Missouri, shortly before the career launch that would catapult her to global fame. Spears broke up with Jones in a two-page, handwritten note that said: “Look, I’m really sor... More ...

Portugal's Cancelo tests positive for virus, Dalot replaces him

Portugal defender Joao Cancelo on Sunday was removed from the national team squad over a positive coronavirus test result, the Portuguese football body said. "Diogo Dalot replaces Joao Cancelo. The AC Milan player will replace Joao Cancelo, who tested positive for Covid-19 following a rapid antigen test carried out this Saturday by the FPF Health and Performance Unit," the Portuguese Football F... More ...

Bolsonaro Fined for Flouting Mask at Mass Motorcycle Rally

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro led thousands of motorcyclist supporters through the streets of Sao Paulo on Saturday — and got hit with a fine for failure to wear a mask in violation of local pandemic restrictions. The conservative president waved to the crowd from his motorcycle and later from atop a sound truck, where helmeted but largely maskless backers cheered and chanted as... More ...


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