16 dead and 918 injured in the protests in Gaza against the move of...

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At least 16 Palestinians have been killed and 918 have been wounded by Israeli fire in the protests on the Gaza border against the transfer of the US embassy. from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem...

President Trump’s license plate controversy

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In his short but eventful reign as US president, Donald Trump has courted plenty of controversy. From his extreme vetting programme, to his war of words with Mexico’s president over ‘the wall’. However, his...
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The United States, the first country in the world to exceed 100,000 deaths from...

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The United States surpassed the 100,000 death toll from Covid-19 on Wednesday, becoming the first country in the world to exceed that figure, as economic and social reopening advances amid calls for caution by...

Former Trump lawyer admits that he paid two women for his silence

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Michael Cohen, the ex-lawyer of Donald Trump, was found guilty Tuesday of several crimes, including violating the rules of financing of electoral campaigns because he bought the silence of women who had alleged relations...
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Teachers and Window Cleaners Were “Bravest” Professions During the First World War

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New research by UK window cleaning company reveals that teachers and window cleaners were the most likely professions to receive a decoration for bravery during the First World War. As such, they are classed...
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The army returns to the streets of New York to stop the Covid-19 pandemic

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New York City welcomes the U.S. Army after the U.S. Senate approved a financial aid plan to address the coronavirus crisis. It is the largest economic stimulus with $2.2 trillion that will be provided...

Bottled up sand builds better homes for refugees

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TINDOUF, Algeria - With a master’s degree in energy efficiency, Sahrawi refugee Tateh Lehbib Breica had originally planned to build an energy efficient home in the desert, using discarded bottles for a roof garden But...

Donors pledge more than US$6 billion for Syrians

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LONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 4 (UNHCR) – Donor and host countries raised today more than US$6 billion and pledged continued support, protection and opportunities for more than 22.5 million people in need of humanitarian...

Trump cancels the summit with Kim Jong-un in Singapore

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The US president canceled his meeting with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. Trump argued that the "hostility" of Pyongyang in his recent criticism of Washington makes it...

British workers, “more lazy and worse prepared than those from the EU”

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European immigrants in the UK are better workers than the British themselves, according to a report commissioned by a government advisory committee on immigration. British employers have hired Europeans because in most cases they...
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