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Hong Kong: Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse violent protesters

In Hong Kong, protesters from the democracy movement clashed again with police on Saturday. The police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse...

Adel al-Jubeir: Saudi Arabia takes appropriate action against Iran

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said the investigation would prove that the September 14 attacks came from the north and Iran was responsible. Tehran...

Israeli president will begin consultations on forming a new government tomorrow

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on Sunday will begin consultations on forming new government with parliamentary blocs winning Tuesday's Knesset elections as a prelude to...

Iran holds joint exercises with Russia and China in Oman Sea and Indian Ocean

Iran has announced that it will hold joint exercises with Russia and China soon in the Sea of ​​Oman and the Indian Ocean, for...

Business

Dr Mahathir: Aramco plant attacks are expected to impact global oil prices

Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said on Sunday that the attacks on Aramco oil plant in Saudi Arabia...

Global oil price to jump after Saudi Arabia suspends oil production following drone attacks

Global oil price likely to jump after Saudi Arabia temporarily suspends oil production at two Aramco oil plants attacked by Yemeni rebels, disrupting about...

OPEC chief says no alternative plans for OPEC deal

OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo said in a statement to the Emirates News Agency on Tuesday that there are no alternative plans so far for...

Pakistan: Reforms agenda fully on track, no need to renegotiate IMF program

The reforms agenda being pursued by the government with the support of IMF Extended Fund Facility (EFF) is aimed at putting the economy on a...

Google beats Amazon to win partnership with General Motors

General Motors (GM) announced on Friday that it has entered into a partnership with Google to support the development of vehicle control systems other...

Politics

Johnson may cancel the suspension of parliament if the Supreme Court considers it illegal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson could overturn the suspension of parliament if the country's highest court ruled illegal, a British government lawyer said Tuesday. The...

Iran refuses to negotiate on two-points with Washington

Iran will not hold a two-point talk with the United States, but will be prepared to attend multilateral talks, if Washington rejoins the 2015...

Kabul: At least 30 killed and 45 wounded in twin blasts, Taliban claimed responsibility

At least 30 killed and 45 others wounded in a twin blasts rocked Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, the Taliban claimed responsibility for two explosions...

Israel elections: Gantz against incumbent Netanyahu

Benny Gantz says he wants to reconcile the land. He promotes a government of national unity with the Likud - only without Netanyahu, It...

Netanyahu approves Israeli settlement in the West Bank

Before the parliamentary elections in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has approved Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank. The government has decided to...

Featured

Shinzo Abe reshuffles Japanese Cabinet, Shinjiro Koizumi appointed as environment minister

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe appoints foreign ministers and new defense ministers, in addition to elevating rising political figures,...

Saudi Arabia wants uranium enrichment for its nuclear program

Saudi Arabia wants uranium enrichment for its nuclear program, the energy minister said on Monday, adding that it may...

Trump’s decision has left Afghanistan on the verge of bloody lead in National elections

US President Donald Trump's decision to cancel talks with the Taliban, at least for the time being, has left...

Saudi government waives recurring visa fee

The Saudi government has issued a royal order restructuring visitation, pilgrimage and Umrah visas to the royal administration, including...

Burj Khalifa size asteroid will pass through the Earth on September 14

Burj Khalifa size asteroid, is wandering through space and will pass through the earth, this month, according to NASA. The...

Science

Artificial Intelligence can predict El Nino 18 months in advance

Artificial Intelligence achieves feats that we often thought were impossible to achieve. Their ability to analyze data, find patterns, and learn from them is extraordinary. One...

Universe is 2 billion years smaller than scientists estimate

It appears that the universe may be two billion years younger than scientists have estimated in their recent studies, according to a new study...

NASA reports no damage to space center after Hurricane Dorian hits US territory

The Kennedy Space Center of NASA, Florida, has not reported any damage to the space apparatus after it was hit by Hurricane Dorian, according...

Natural Disasters

Earthquake measuring 5.8 hits the Philippine province of Davao Oriental

An earthquake measuring 5.8 on the Richter scale jolted the Philippine province of Davao on Tuesday. The epicenter was 39 km southwest of Davao Oriental...

Death toll from Hurricane Dorian rises to 50 in Bahamas

The death toll from Hurricane Dorian has risen to at least 50, the health minister of the Bahamas said on Tuesday. More bodies were expected...

Typhoon Faxai enters Japan: One dead, 30 people injured in various areas

Typhoon Faxai entered in Japan, killing one and at least 30 people were reported injured in Chiba, Kanagawa and Shizuoka prefectures. A woman in...

Typhoon Faxai: Japan orders evacuation of about 3,700 people

The Japanese officials on Sunday ordered the evacuation of about 3,700 people from the city of Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture and Izu Oshima Island, south...

Japan prepares for Typhoon Faxai

Japanese authorities canceled flights and train service on Sunday in response to Typhoon Faxai arriving with sustained winds of up to 216 kilometers per...

3 killed, 20 others injured by typhoon Lingling in South Korea

The powerful typhoon Lingling that hit South Korea recently has left three people dead, at least 20 others injured, several buildings destroyed and tens...

Entertainment

Dwayne Johnson returns to throne as highest paid actor in the world

'Jumanji' and 'Fast and Furious' filmmaker Dwayne Johnson returns to the throne as the highest paid actor in the world, earning $ 89.4 million from June 2018 to June, reports Forbes magazine. It includes revenues and profits from the movie,...

Disney to unveil video streaming service on Apple and Google platforms in November

Walt Disney will launch the Disney plus video streaming service in Canada and the Netherlands on November 12, while Australia and New Zealand will...

Veteran actor Peter Fonda passed away at the age 79

Veteran actor Peter Fonda, who starred in the classic film 'Easy Rider' in 1969, has died of respiratory problems caused by lung cancer, his...

Ed Sheeran tattooed tomato sauce auctioned for 1,500 pounds

Three bottles of Heinz tomato sauce limited edition based on a tattoo of British singer and songwriter Ed Sheeran, a hardcore fan of the...

The Walking Dead actor Dango Nguyen died at the age 48

Actor starring popular television series The Walking Dead, Dango Nguyen passed away at age 48 yesterday, after a long battle with cancer. The sad news...

Technology

Facebook bans self-harm images

Facebook Inc decides to ban graphic images of self-harming from its network as the company renewed its policy on suicide content. It follows a growing...

Check out the best games that recently arrived at the Google Play Store

The Google Play Store has a panoply of games for everyone, many of them are free. Nowadays Android smartphones are already real alternatives to...

20 Free Android Apps on Google Play Store for limited time

Apps are constantly coming to the Google Play Store. Many of them are of great use, others of questionable utility, but each user will...

Google Smart Assistant now supports video calls via WhatsApp

Previously, when users wanted to make calls, they used the phone, Duo or Hangouts video calls, but it seems that this is about to...

Amazon tests new biometrics technology to verify customers by scanning their hands

Amazon is adding a new biometrics technology to its customers, as once the customer waves in front of the scanner, they may be able...

USB4 products to reach shelves in 2020

The forum of the executors of USB known as "USB-IF", today announced that the technical specifications of the data acceptance standard USB4 has finalized...

Sports

Justin Trudeau congratulates Bianca Andresco

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated Bianca Andresco for winning the US Open. The 19-year-old Canadian teenager became the first Canadian to win a Grand...

Trump awards basketball player Jerry West with Presidential Medal of Freedom

US President Donald Trump awarded basketball player Jerry West the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Thursday evening. "In the years he played, he was a...

Former Real Madrid star accused of distributing child pornography

Police raided the home of former German defender of Real Madrid Christoph Metzelder following the allegations of his involvement in the distribution of child...

Rins disappoints Marquez to win British GP

Suzuki rider Alex Rins wins the dramatic British Grand Prix GP which saw MotoGP champion Marc Marquez split just 0.013 with him in the...

Recent News

Hong Kong: Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse violent protesters

In Hong Kong, protesters from the democracy movement clashed again with police on Saturday. The police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse...

Adel al-Jubeir: Saudi Arabia takes appropriate action against Iran

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said the investigation would prove that the September 14 attacks came from the north and Iran was responsible. Tehran...

Israeli president will begin consultations on forming a new government tomorrow

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on Sunday will begin consultations on forming new government with parliamentary blocs winning Tuesday's Knesset elections as a prelude to...

Iran holds joint exercises with Russia and China in Oman Sea and Indian Ocean

Iran has announced that it will hold joint exercises with Russia and China soon in the Sea of ​​Oman and the Indian Ocean, for...

French police arrest 90 demonstrators during Yellow Vest protests

French police on Saturday arrested 90 protesters and fired tear gas during protests called for by the "yellow Vest", Russia Today reported. The French authorities...

Two blasts target a telecom sales center in the Afghan capital

Two explosions targeted a sales center of a telecommunications company in the Afghan capital of Kabul, where the first explosion occurred in Isa Awal...

IMF Staff Concludes Visit to Pakistan

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission, led by Ernesto Ramirez Rigo, visited Islamabad and Karachi during September 16–20, 2019 to take stock of economic...

Whistleblower incriminates the US president

US President Donald Trump comes under pressure for alleged statements in a telephone conversation with a foreign leader. Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence...

Washington shooting: One person killed and 5 wounded in indiscriminate firing

One person was killed and five others were injured by indiscriminate gunfire in the US capital of Washington. REBREAKING¶¶ Gunfire shots heard on the streets of...

Artificial Intelligence can predict El Nino 18 months in advance

Artificial Intelligence achieves feats that we often thought were impossible to achieve. Their ability to analyze data, find patterns, and learn from them is extraordinary. One...

Belgian F-16 crashed near french base, pilot miraculously unhurt despite being trapped in high voltage line

A Belgian F-16 fighter jet has crashed in the city of Morbihan in France, pilot miraculously remain unhurt despite being trapped in high voltage...