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Yemens Foreign Ministry condemns terrorist attack on military parade in southern Iran

2018-09-22
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Yemen’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned on Saturday the terrorist attack that targeted a military parade in the city of Ahwaz, southwest of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which killed 29 people, including civilians, and injured more than 5 Read the details
UN envoy leaves Sanaa
2018-09-18
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Death toll in Iran military parade attack rises to 24: IRNA

2018-09-22
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The number of people killed in a shooting attack on a military parade in southwestern Iran on Saturday has risen to 24, the official state news agency IRNA said. “There are a number of non-military victims, including women and children who had Read the details
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A Remarkably Preserved Sandstone Sphinx Was Just Discovered in Egypt

2018-09-18
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Archaeologists excavating the ruins of an ancient Egyptian temple have made the exquisite discovery of a sandstone sphinx statue that's been hidden for thousands of years. The statue was found in the pharaonic temple of Kom Ombo, near the town of Aswan, as researchers w Read the details
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The flying robot helped explain the flight of Drosophila

2018-09-18
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Dutch engineers have created an easy flying robot, which allows you to study the mechanisms underlying the flight of insects. Despite the absence of the tail, it can control the movement around the vertical axis with the help of the movements of the wings, creating torq Read the details
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Yoghurt may contain more sugar than soft drinks

2018-09-22
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Yogurts are considered highly nutritious and in fact, the health benefits of yogurt is so impressive that health-conscious people are now making it a daily routine. For instance, regular consumption of yogurt is linked to an improved heart health, digestive health and w 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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Sterling takes a hit from Mays Brexit stance

2018-09-22
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The pound was on course to suffer its biggest one-day loss in 15 months, puncturing market optimism about the prospects of a favourable Brexit outcome and leaving investors to confront the possibility of a no-deal scenario. The UK prime minister’s warning that relations with the EU had reached an “impasse&r Read the details
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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez reveals why the club were happy to sell Cristiano Ronaldoto Juventus

2018-09-22
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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has opened up on why the club were happy to sell Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus. The Portugal international had been at the club for nine years, and guided Los Blancos to a sensational four Champions League crowns during his time in Spain's capital. But in the summer he joined Juve Read the details
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