Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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“We want real Justice,” says sister of activist Hathloul

The sisters of prominent Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul said on Thursday they wanted natural justice for her and the lifting of a travel ban, the day after she was released from prison with a suspended sentence.

OnePlus wearable band gives 14 days of battery life, heart and SpO2 sensors

OnePlus is the latest company to join the world of wearables with the OnePlus band - an affordable smart band with heart sensitivity rate and SpO2 sensors, brightness performance, long battery life, and plenty of activity modes.

A battle between Vaccine and Virus, who wins?

The state of Israel made history this month when it undertook a highly complex campaign at top speed and vaccinated 1 million people within two weeks.

Israel’s Yael Shelbia named world’s “Most Beautiful Face of 2020”

Nineteen-year-old Israeli model Yael Shelbia has been awarded the top spot in the annual TC Candler "100 Most Beautiful Faces of the Year" list.

Stirred by new strain of virus, 13 European nations ban flights coming from UK

The world is looking forward to the corona vaccine, but the risk of the epidemic is still not decreasing. Despite the introduction of vaccination in the UK, mutations in the virus (a new variant of the Coronavirus) have been reported.

Jeff Bezos ex-wife donates $4.2 billion to charity in four months

Mackenzie has shared information of donating about $4.2 billion towards relief fund in her recent announcement.

Germany: Government tightens COVID-19 lockdown guidelines

Germany has implemented a stringent lockdown in an attempt to curb the rapidly growing cases of the Covid-19 virus. Under which schools and non-essential businesses have been closed.

24-year-old Russian marries her briefcase, names it Gideon

A woman who states she is romantically pulled to things has cleared up about wedding a briefcase - and tells her new "hubby" is the love of her life.

Why Canadians see India as an opportunity, China as a threat

These are amongst the conclusions of a national opinion poll carried out by the Non-Profit organisation Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) situated in Vancouver.

Bata appoints Indian CEO 1st time in 125-year history

Sandeep Kataria was on Monday selected as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Bata Shoe Organization, the first Indian to be named as the head of the global footwear producer and retailer. Kataria assumes charge after Alexis Nasard, who served as the organisation's CEO for nearly five years.
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Middle East: US Prez Joe Biden to repeat Obama’s failures

US: Every now and then, America deceives one of its allies in the Middle East. "Who lost Iran?" asked them in 1979 as the...

Why Capitol riots should be inquired with unbiased vision

On 9/11, about 3,000 innocent people were killed, billions of dollars worth of property was wiped out, and important symbols of the US economic and military power were attacked,

How United States entry in Paris climate agreement will matter

America, welcome to the front lines of the global fight against climate change. On Friday, President Joe Biden pledged a major climate campaign by rejoining the Paris Agreement - the international climate agreement agreed by world nations in 2015 to tackle global warming.

Israel discovers 75% effectiveness of Pfizer vaccine

The coronavirus pandemic is not yet in sight, while the virus continues to wreak havoc worldwide.