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Cabinet reviews situations in fronts and Gov't activities

2018-09-24
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The Cabinet reviewed on Monday the situations in the fronts of defending the homeland against Saudi-led aggression coalition, as well as others topics relating to the government activities. In the meeting, Prime Minister Dr. Abdulaziz bin Habtoor bri Read the details
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Russia to supply S-300 to Syria within 2 weeks after Il-20 downing during Israeli raid – MoD

2018-09-24
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Within two weeks Russia will deliver to Damascus an S-300 air defense system, previously suspended on a request by Israel. It comes as part of response to the downing of a Russian Il-20 plane amid an Israeli air raid on Syria. Moscow accused Tel Aviv Read the details
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11th Samaa Inshad Festival opens at Cairo Citadel

2018-09-23
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Yesterday marked the opening of the 11th edition of International Samaa Festival for Spiritual Music and Chanting, which takes place annually at Cairo's Salah El-Din Citadel and other venues. The Samaa Festival is headed by Intisar Abdelfattah, under the umbrella of the Read the details
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Japan rovers send back first stunning pictures after landing on ASTEROID to make history

2018-09-24
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A JAPANESE rover has sent back the first series of astonishing pictures after it landed on the Ryugu asteroid in a historic mission by JAXA. The Japanese space agency, JAXA, made history on September 21 by landing two rovers on a 1km asteroid. The asteroid, called Ryugu Read the details
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Common painkiller tied to increased risk of heart problems

2018-09-24
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The commonly used painkiller diclofenac may be linked with an increased risk of heart problems, a large Danish study suggests. Diclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that’s often used to treat arthritis and other painful joint conditions. In Read the details
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UNICEF: 303 million 5-17 year-olds are out of school worldwide

2018-09-19
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– 1 in 3 children and young people between 5 and 17 years old living in countries affected by conflict or disaster – 104 million – are not in school, a figure that accounts for more than a third of the global out-of-school population, according to a ne Read the details
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60,000 cases of water poisoning in Basra: Iraq watchdog

2018-09-12
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At least 60,000 people have suffered temporary poisoning due to polluted water in Iraq’s southern Basra province, Iraq’s High Commission for Human Rights (IHCHR), a parliamentary body, said Wednesday. “We’re watching with concern as the adverse e Read the details
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Training course held in Sanaa aiming to develop trainers' skills on micro-finance

2018-09-24
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A training course was held on Sunday in the capital Sanaa to train the trainers in the field of the micro-finance in cooperation with the social Fund for Development. The course, which will last four days aiming to develop the skills of the participants in the various aspects of the microfinance. Th Read the details
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More VAR Drama as Inter Snatch Dramatic Win at Sampdoria

2018-09-23
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MILAN — Inter Milan provided plenty of late drama as Marcelo Brozovic’s last-gasp goal earned them a 1-0 Serie A victory at Sampdoria in a game featuring a number of VAR controversies. Inter struck two goals in the last five minutes to beat Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League on Tu Read the details
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