Sunday, February 5, 2023

Technology

Israel, India signs pact to adopt dual-use technologies by small businesses

India and Israel signed a pact on Tuesday to stimulate innovation and accelerate the development of dual-use technologies by small and medium-sized businesses in both countries.

Israel airstrikes killed Syrian soldier in Homs province

An Israeli airstrike in central Syria killed a Syrian soldier and three pro-Iran fighters, according to a UK-based war observer.

Turkey’s economy would grow by 5.8% in 2021, says IMF

The Turkish economy will grow by 5.8% this year and return to a lower trend from 2022, the International Monetary Fund said on Friday, calling for steps to address high inflation and low reserves.

Senior Jordanian leader accuses crown prince for “malicious plot”

A senior Jordanian leader on Sunday accused the country's then crown prince of cooperating with foreign elements in a "malicious plot".

$210 million government aid to Israeli airlines

Tel-Aviv: Israeli airlines will receive a lifeline from the government to deal with the coronavirus crisis. The government plans to pre-purchase agreements with airlines to increase revenue. El Al is the first to receive this lifeline and saw the...

Iran enriching uranium at underground plant with high-tech machines: Report

Iran has commenced enriching uranium at its Natanz underground plant with a second type of advanced centrifuge

Israel-Gaza gas pipeline: Qatar to invest $60 milllion

the Qatari government pledged $60 million to help build a natural gas pipeline running from Israel to the Gaza Strip

Biden’s $1.9 Trillion stimulus bill might devastate economy, says study

Conventional wisdom states that if the government pumps a lot of money into the economy, it will bloom and bloom like a flower that gets water and grows and grows and grows.

Donald Trump must face criminal incitement charges

Donald Trump is perhaps the most convicted man ever to be charged in America. Several reports have revealed that the Department of Justice has decided not to charge him with violations of the campaign funding related to the money paid to former stripper Stormy Daniels. What is considered by many experts to be a criminal charge has now joined a long list of alleged crimes that were once endless sensations.

Why laws should be strict for Social Media

The difference between the First Amendment and corporations such as Twitter, Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook is the most critical challenge to free speech in our lifetime.
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest News

Mexico strengthens ban on smoking in public places

By making it illegal to smoke in public places, Mexico has created one of the world's strictest laws against tobacco use.
- Advertisement -spot_img