WORLD DIABETES DAY: DIABETES FORECAST TO AFFECT 700 MILLION BY 2045

Thu 14 November 2019: Today, 21,463 people have tested their risk of type 2 diabetes. Despite such a high number of people suffering from it, there is little awareness about the condition and its effect on day to day life. To create awareness about diabetes among the common people, World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created […]

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THAT TIME RONALD REAGAN OPENED IRAN AND ILLEGALLY SOLD KHOMEINI WEAPONS

That Time Ronald Reagan opened Iran and Illegally sold Khomeini Weapons Wed 06 November 2019: The Reagan administration in the 1980s was buffeted by two policy drives toward Iran. On the one hand, Reagan ally Saudi Arabia supported Iraq, which illegally launched a war on the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1980 in order to […]

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JEWISH AND MUSLIM WOMEN LAUNCH #WATCHYOURLANGUAGE CAMPAIGN IN UK

Jewish and Muslim women launch #WatchYourLanguage campaign IN UK Wed 06 November 2019: Jewish and Muslim women have launched a #WatchYourLanguage campaign for the upcoming General Election – after labelling the words being used against women and minority groups as unacceptable, prejudiced and dangerous. The call came at the first ever retreat held by Nisa-Nashim, […]

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ISRAELI FIRM SUED BY WHATSAPP, ACCUSING IT OF HACKING ACTIVISTS’ PHONES

Israeli firm sued by WhatsApp, accusing it of hacking activists’ phones Wed 30 October 2019: Facebook-owned WhatsApp has filed a lawsuit against Israel’s NSO Group, alleging the firm was behind cyber-attacks that infected devices with malicious software. WhatsApp accuses the company of sending malware to roughly 1,400 mobile phones for the purposes of surveillance. Users […]

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REPORTERS SHARE CONSPIRACY THEORY FROM OBAMA PHOTOGRAPHER CLAIMING TRUMP PHOTO DURING ISIS RAID WAS STAGED

Reporters Share Conspiracy Theory From Obama Photographer Claiming Trump Photo During ISIS Raid Was Staged Tue 29 October 2019: A number of reporters shared a conspiracy theory on Oct. 27 started by President Barack Obama’s former official photographer Pete Souza. After the United States reportedly killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi—the killing was later confirmed—Souza posited that a photograph […]

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UK’s Telegraph newspaper put up for sale: Report

UK’s Telegraph newspaper put up for sale: Report Mon 28 October 2019: The owners of Britain’s Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph have put them up for sale, a rival newspaper reported on Saturday. According to The Times, the Barclay family is reviewing the ownership of all its holdings, including The Ritz hotel. The Barclays have […]

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Coca-Cola Named Most Polluting Brand in Plastic Waste: NGO

Coca-Cola Named Most Polluting Brand in Plastic Waste: NGO Thu 24 October 2019: Tens of thousands of pieces of plastic littering the planet come from just a handful of multinational corporations, an environmental pressure group said Wednesday. Coca-Cola, Nestle and PepsiCo were named by Break Free from Plastics, a global coalition of individuals and environmental […]

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Chile: Violent clashes between protesters and security forces continue

Sun 20 October 2019: Chileans angry over social and economic issues clashed with security forces for a second day Saturday despite a state of emergency declared to quell the worst violence in years in one of Latin America’s most stable countries. Authorities announced a curfew in Santiago starting at 0100 GMT Sunday, after protesters set […]

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Johnson sends EU request to delay Brexit after losing vote in the House of Commons

Sun 20 October 2019: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson reluctantly wrote to Brussels late Saturday asking for a Brexit extension after MPs voted to force him into seeking a delay beyond October 31. The request was accompanied by a second letter, signed by Mr Johnson, saying he believes a delay would be a mistake. The […]

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Russia’s Rosneft stops work at Iraqi Kurdistan oil field near Syria: Report

Thu 17 October 2019: Russian oil giant Rosneft has stopped work on an oil field in Iraqi Kurdistan due to its proximity to the border with Syria, Interfax news agency reported on Thursday, citing Rosneft. Rosneft is one of the few energy majors to operate in the Iraqi Kurdistan region. Last year, the company signed […]

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