Fri, 22 Nov 2019

Islamic State Staggers in Afghanistan, but Survives

One of the Islamic State's most feared affiliates has suffered a significant setback, though U.S. officials caution reports that the ...

Vucic Accuses Moscow Of Spying On Serbia, Says Ties Still Strong

Serbian security services have uncovered a large-scale intelligence operation between Russian spies and current and former members of the Serbian ...

Interview: 'Time To Push Aggressively on Tibet'

Sam Brownback is a lawyer, former United States Senator and former governor of the state of Kansas who has served ...

Xinjiang Papers - Leak Spurs Calls For Action on China's Uyghur Camps

The leak of hundreds of pages of documents detailing a crackdown on ethnic Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in the ...

Pope urges respect for prostitutes at crowded Bangkok mass

Pope Francis led an impassioned mass for tens of thousands of emotional worshippers at a packed Bangkok stadium Thursday, urging ...

Ex-Nigeria minister held in Dubai over oil graft scandal: lawyer

Nigeria's former justice minister has been detained in Dubai in connection with one of the West African country's biggest ever ...

Indian Student Excels in America's High-Tech Field

FAIRFAX , VIRGINIA - Dolica Gopisetty raises her hand multiple times during a statistics class at George Mason University in ...

Global Economy Risks Extended Period of Low Growth, OECD Warns

The world economy risks entering an extended period of low-growth if nations do not take urgent action to address myriad ...

Trump Says Iran Disconnected Internet To Hide ?Death And Tragedy?

U.S. President Donald Trump has accused Tehran of disconnecting Iranians from Internet access to cover up dozens of killings over ...

Don't despair if your teen wants to major in history instead of science

It might be your worst nightmare. Your child, sitting at the kitchen table, slides you a brochure from the local ...

On TV, political ads are regulated - but online, anything goes

With the 2020 election just a year away, Facebook is under fire from presidential candidates, lawmakers, civil rights groups and ...

Smoke haze hurts financial markets as well as the environment

Sydney is currently blanketed by smoke haze from severe bushfires that have burned through New South Wales.Air pollution levels on ...

Africa's biggest bank is in play. Does anyone want it?

Africa's biggest bank by market value just became a possible takeover target - at a time when potential buyers are ...

Cameroon Teen Girl Wins International Children's Peace Prize

YAOUNDE - A 15-year-old girl from Cameroon is one of two winners of the 2019 International Children's Peace Prize. Divina ...

US Schools Try to Diversify Mainly White Teaching Ranks

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT - It wasn't until she became a high school senior that Kayla Ireland had another black person as ...

Kyrgyzstan: Kids-in-parliament photo-op goes horribly wrong

What could be more edifying than taking a group of children to visit parliament to see how lawmakers work?That's what ...

Calls to use Nigerian languages at school are going unheard

The recent statement by Nigeria's Imo State government making it compulsory to study the Igbo language at all levels of ...

DTI advises retailers: Check new embossed markings of steel bars

DAGUPAN CITY, Nov. 22 (PIA) - The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Pangasinan advised all retailers to check ...

Lack of equity and diversity still plague global health research

The field of global health has evolved from colonial and military medicine, tropical medicine and international health. While it is ...

Surviving nuclear disasters depends on stronger communications networks

Building resilience is a key topic in many research fields. The increase of natural and human-made disasters and their catastrophic ...

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Verona's partial stadium ban for Balotelli racist abuse suspended

Milan - Italian club Verona's partial one-match stadium closure for racist chants directed at Brescia striker Mario Balotelli in a ...

Kohli returns to lead India T20 squad against West Indies

New Delhi - Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli will return to lead the team for three Twenty20 internationals and three ...

'Humble' Mourinho not planning on big changes at Spurs

London - Jose Mourinho is not planning on wholesale changes as he tries to turn Tottenham's season around and believes ...

Brawn: Hamilton will eclipse Schumacher

Cape Town - Ross Brawn is confident Lewis Hamilton will overtake Michael Schumacher's seven world titles if he stays on ...

Rodgers 'very happy' at Leicester following Spurs link

London - Brendan Rodgers says he has no thoughts about leaving Leicester following reports that Tottenham made tentative enquiries before ...

Franco Smith appointed interim Italy rugby head coach

Milan - South African Franco Smith has been appointed interim head coach of Italy's rugby team for next year's Six ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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