Wed, 24 Jul 2019

For Syrians in Istanbul, fears rise as deportations begin

Turkey is deporting Syrians from Istanbul to Syria, including to the volatile northwest province of Idlib, according to people who ...

Briefing: For many Iraqis, post-war life remains a struggle

At a glance: Iraq's stalled recovery 1.6 million Iraqis remain displaced across the country; around one fifth are from the ...

US calls for immediate ceasefire in Syria

Washington [US], July 24 (ANI): Condemning continuous airstrikes by Russia and the Syrian government in Idlib province, the United States ...

Plastic from Burlap Bangladesh Invents a Green Throw-away Bag

DHAKA, BANGLADESH - As countries around the world try to cut down on throw-away plastic shopping bags, Bangladesh is hoping ...

Anglophone Prisoners Riot in Cameroon Amid Separatist Crisis

YAOUNDE - Cameroonian security forces moved Tuesday to quell uprisings in two prisons by inmates protesting the government's crackdown on ...

Italy to work with Boris Johnson to ensure orderly Brexit: PM

Rome [Italy], July 24 (ANI): Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Tuesday said that Italy will work with newly elected ...

Macron: EU countries agree to new migrant and refugee mechanism

Fourteen-member countries of the European Union agreed to a new "solidarity mechanism" proposed by Germany and France to allocate migrants ...

Top Tourism Spots Crack Down as They Become Victim of Own Success

LONDON - It is not the sheer number of tourists descending on Venice that bothers Italian food blogger Monica Cesarato ...

Raubenheimer names Bok women's RWC qualifiers squad

Cape Town - Springbok women's coach Stanley Raubenheimer named his 26-member squad leading up to the 2021 Women's Rugby World ...

Ewan wins again as Alaphilippe keeps Tour lead

Nîmes - Caleb Ewan sprinted to his second victory on the Tour de France on Tuesday as Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe ...

A fading 'Flo'? Whoa, there ...

Cape Town - Competition for Springbok loose-forward places is traditionally intense.The time-honoured hallmark is little different, really, in 2019.It is ...

Millions advised to stop taking aspirin for heart health

PanARMENIAN.Net - Millions of people who take aspirin to prevent a heart attack may need to rethink the pill-popping, Harvard ...

Turkmenistan: Shortness of death

Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov, like punk, is not dead. Probably.Over the weekend, Turkmenistan's president joined that exclusive club of regional leaders who ...

Tour de France riders set to bake in heatwave

Nimes - With the action on the Tour de France already red hot, Geraint Thomas and his challengers for ultimate ...

Boris Johnson by numbers: the next UK prime minister's career summed up

Boris Johnson's ascension to the job of British prime minister is the culmination of years of scheming and plotting. His ...

Exiled Venezuelan Spy Chiefs Speak Out About Corruption, Cuban Ties

MADRID - Two former ranking generals in Venezuela's security services, now in exile, have been speaking out about what they ...

Coca Cola tops profit estimates with higher prices, less sugar

Coca-Cola posted profit that beat estimates as the beverage giant got another boost from drinks with less sugar, more than ...

Liverpool target seals move to Real Betis

Madrid - French World Cup winning midfielder Nabil Fekir has completed a surprising move from Lyon to Real Betis, the ...

Boks: Has Big Trevor's time finally come?

Cape Town - The best he might get against the All Blacks at Wellington on Saturday is a bench spot ...

Iran to meet with nuclear partners on July 28

PanARMENIAN.Net - Iran said on Tuesday (Jul 23) it will attend an urgent meeting with countries still party to the ...

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Europe turning blind eye to humanitarian crisis, says MSF

NEW YORK, New York - The international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is to resume lifesaving ...

For Syrians in Istanbul, fears rise as deportations begin

Turkey is deporting Syrians from Istanbul to Syria, including to the volatile northwest province of Idlib, according to people who ...

Briefing: For many Iraqis, post-war life remains a struggle

At a glance: Iraq's stalled recovery 1.6 million Iraqis remain displaced across the country; around one fifth are from the ...

US calls for immediate ceasefire in Syria

Washington [US], July 24 (ANI): Condemning continuous airstrikes by Russia and the Syrian government in Idlib province, the United States ...

Plastic from Burlap Bangladesh Invents a Green Throw-away Bag

DHAKA, BANGLADESH - As countries around the world try to cut down on throw-away plastic shopping bags, Bangladesh is hoping ...

Anglophone Prisoners Riot in Cameroon Amid Separatist Crisis

YAOUNDE - Cameroonian security forces moved Tuesday to quell uprisings in two prisons by inmates protesting the government's crackdown on ...

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