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Israel to open museums, shopping malls to ease COVID-19 restrictions

Israel's Corona Cabinet has actually determined to permit the resuming of primary purchasing markets, malls, as well as museums, the state's Prime Minister's office and also Ministry of Health, stated in a joint statement on Thursday.

Heavy rainfall causes heavy flooding in Israel

Heavy rainfall and powerful gusts over the country generated massive flooding on Thursday, as infrastructure in various cities collapsed and left dozens trapped in flooded structures.

Cyber expert warns: DDoS attacks likely to surge

The recent attempts of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) on websites have raised a red alert among several internet users around the world. Among them is a website (weeklyblitz.net) owned by journalist Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury.

Women are animals with rights, says Israel Prime Minister

In a significant blunder, Prime Minister of Isreal, Benjamin Netanyahu provoked controversy on Monday when he attributed to women as "animals with rights".

How Indian nationals can benefit from Grenada’s CBIP, Mohammed Asaria

A high climb in expenses and delayed holding up time have made the US-EB5 Visa practically uninvestable as of recent period. 

Range Developments revives the local heritage of Dominica with Kempinski resort

Alongside the vast blue oceans, fantastic scene, wonderful atmosphere and outlandish dinners, the Cabrits Resort and Spa Kempinski Dominica tenders the Caribbean Islands the ideal occasion objective. One can't undermine the estimation of rich solace while setting up a get-away and Range Developments know it excessively well.

Former French president on trial for corruption

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been set on a trial on Monday for alleged corruption and influence-peddling.

Boris Johnson unveils £12 billion plan aimed at creating a Green Industrial Revolution

Boris Johnson unveils £12 billion plan aimed at creating a Green Industrial Revolution British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed a £12 billion (€13.4 billion) plan to unleash a Green Industrial Revolution across the UK that would accompany the...

Pfizer-BioNTech says COVID-19 vaccine is more than 94% effective on adults over 65

The coronavirus vaccine being produced by Pfizer and BioNTech has been proved 95% efficient overall, with successful in adults aged over 65 years at 94%, the companies said on Wednesday. The US and German pharmaceuticals companies said the candidate now...

Scarlett Johansson And Husband Colin Jost ‘Only Planned The Wedding for A Few Weeks’

When it came to planning her wedding, Scarlett Johansson wasted no time. The two-time Oscar-nominated actress recently married Saturday Night Live star and head writer, Colin Jost, in an intimate ceremony at Johansson’s home in Palisades, N.Y. "They only planned the wedding for a few weeks,"...
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Israel to open museums, shopping malls to ease COVID-19 restrictions

Israel's Corona Cabinet has actually determined to permit the resuming of primary purchasing markets, malls, as well as museums, the state's Prime Minister's office and also Ministry of Health, stated in a joint statement on Thursday.
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Heavy rainfall causes heavy flooding in Israel

Heavy rainfall and powerful gusts over the country generated massive flooding on Thursday, as infrastructure in various cities collapsed and left dozens trapped in flooded structures.

Cyber expert warns: DDoS attacks likely to surge

The recent attempts of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) on websites have raised a red alert among several internet users around the world. Among them is a website (weeklyblitz.net) owned by journalist Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury.

Women are animals with rights, says Israel Prime Minister

In a significant blunder, Prime Minister of Isreal, Benjamin Netanyahu provoked controversy on Monday when he attributed to women as "animals with rights".

How Indian nationals can benefit from Grenada’s CBIP, Mohammed Asaria

A high climb in expenses and delayed holding up time have made the US-EB5 Visa practically uninvestable as of recent period.