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Army attacks Saudi mercenaries in several fronts over the past 24 hrs

2018-10-16
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The army and popular forces launched offensives against sites of Saudi-paid mercenaries in various fronts over the past 24 hours, killing and wounding dozens, a military official told Saba. In Hodeidah province, the army fired artillery towards group Read the details
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FM sends letter to EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs

2018-10-16
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Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf on Tuesday sent a letter to the European Union (EU) High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Federica Mogherini. In the letter, the foreign minister expressed the National Salvation Government's appreciation for the EU Read the details
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At least six people killed in train derailment in Morocco

2018-10-16
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SIDI BOUKNADEL, Morocco (Reuters) - Six people were killed and about 80 injured when a train derailed near the Moroccan capital Rabat on Tuesday, officials said. A general view shows the site of train derailment at Sidi Bouknadel near the Moroccan ca Read the details
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Plastic exhibition on ruins of Arts and Crafts village in Gaza

2018-10-16
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Plastic artists held in Gaza Strip a plastic exhibition on the ruins of the Arts and Crafts village. The artists organized the exhibition in protest against the Israeli warplanes’ targeting it, while citizens accused Israel of intentionally bombarding facilities o Read the details
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Users spend $ 13.8 billion on downloading games in 3 months

2018-10-15
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According to market research firm Sensortower, gaming spending increased 14.9% in the third quarter of 2018 year-on-year to $ 13.8 billion, representing 76% of total worldwide application revenue on Android And iOS. Apple Store accounted for 62 percent of the gaming rev Read the details
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International aid saves 700 million lives but gains at risk: report

2018-10-16
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International aid financing and innovation has helped to save nearly 700 million lives in the past 25 years, but those gains could be lost if momentum and political will wane, global health experts said on Monday. A report by international aid advocacy group the ONE Cam Read the details
Flax seeds protect from deadly diseases
2018-10-15
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Climate disasters cause global economic losses to soar, UN says

2018-10-11
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From 1998 to 2017 direct economic losses from natural disasters totaled $2.9 trillion, of which 77 percent was due to extreme weather that is intensifying as the world warms, the U.N. Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) said on Wednesday (October 10). That compa Read the details
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C-section deliveries nearly doubled worldwide since 2000, study finds

2018-10-15
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The proportion of babies born through caesarean section globally each year has almost doubled to 21 per cent since 2000, sparking renewed calls for governments to help reverse the "alarming" trend. In Australia, 33 per cent of about 300,000 babies were delivered through Read the details
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Police kill 10 prisoners fled their imprisonment in Brazil

2018-10-03
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The Brazilian police have killed 10 prisoners who managed to escape in the midst of clashes with police who clashed with them in order to quell disobedience organized by inmates of a prison in the northeastern state of Tocantins, the Brazilian daily Peridico reported. T Read the details
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More banking executives pull out of Saudi investment conference

2018-10-16
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LONDON: The chief executives of HSBC , Standard Chartered and Credit Suisse have pulled out of a high profile conference in Saudi Arabia next week, the latest business leaders to abandon the event amid widespread concern about the fate of a journalist. "John Flint will no longer attend Future Invest Read the details
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Wasteful Italy score last-gasp goal to relegate Poland from Nations League group

2018-10-15
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Italy snatched a dramatic and deserved 1-0 win away to Poland in their Nations League match on Sunday thanks to a stoppage-time header from Cristiano Biraghi, his first international goal. Biraghi gave Italy their first win in the competition and also their first in a competitive match since Roberto Read the details
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