US holds first face-to-face talks with Taliban since Afghan withdrawal

The State Department stressed that the meeting did not indicate that the United States recognized the Taliban rule in Afghanistan. “We remain clear that any legitimacy must be earned through the Taliban’s own actions,” the spokesman said. The US team will also highlight President Joe Biden’s top priority to allow US citizens and Afghan allies … Read more

The most desired color, revealed

With the rising popularity of interior design content on social media, it’s no surprise that people may now be rethinking their design home decor. Since around this time last year, searches for “what color should I paint my kitchen” have increased by 55% according to Google Trends data. Eager to explore current home redesign trends, … Read more

Emirates unlocks more offers in Dubai for its customers during Expo 2020 – Dubai Blog

During the six-month Expo 2020 Dubai, Emirates will unlock even more offers for all its citizens and residents of the UAE. By simply presenting their boarding pass, Emirates customers gain free entry to the Dubai Frame, one of the city’s iconic attractions with panoramic views of old and new Dubai. In addition, Emirates boarding pass … Read more

Khalifa adopts UAE’s ten principles for the next fifty years

His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the state, may God protect him, issued Resolution No. 15 of 2021 regarding the adoption of the ten principles of the United Arab Emirates for the next fifty years.The decree stipulates that all ministries, federal and local government agencies and agencies in the country should … Read more

Jesy Nelson responds to blackfish allegations after releasing debut solo single Boyz

VevoJesy Nelson as seen in her debut solo music video Jesy Nelson has addressed allegations of blackfish after the release of her debut solo single. The former small mix star has previously accused of cultural appropriation dating back to 2018, featuring some of her more recent social media posts and photo shoots Facing Social Media … Read more

Mom cries after B&M ‘kicked autistic son out of store’

A mother has berated B&M after she claimed her autistic son was “kicked out of the store”. Natalie Birks says she is now boycotting the particular branch after leaving the store in tears and not finishing her store following the incident with son Brandon. The 33-year-old from Bentilee, Stoke-on-Trent, says the incident involving 15-year-old Brandon … Read more

Marathon bomber risks renewed death sentence in Supreme Court

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Biden administration this week will try to convince the Supreme Court to reinstate the death penalty for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev by arguing that a jury was not required to examine evidence that the government itself had in a earlier phase of the case. Tsarnaev’s guilt in the deaths … Read more

Stock market on comeback path to what should be another fantastic earnings season

A specialist trader works in a booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, October 6, 2021. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Stocks proved hard to keep low this week, and the start of earnings season next week could further bolster the comeback if earnings come in as expected … Read more

UN says access to a ‘clean, healthy’ environment is a human right

Despite criticism from some countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, the new resolution — proposed by Costa Rica, the Maldives, Morocco, Slovenia and Switzerland — was passed ahead of the UNHCR session with significant support from 43 votes, according to a press release. . Russia, India, China and Japan abstained. The vote … Read more

Libyan rival parties sign first deal on mercenary withdrawal | News about armed groups

A matter of mercenaries, foreign fighters have long been an obstacle in the run-up to Libya’s historic general election. Libya’s rival parties have reached an initial agreement on the withdrawal of foreign fighters and mercenaries from the North African nation, a move seen as an important step towards unification of the warring factions in the … Read more

Libya’s rival factions sign preliminary agreement with mercenaries Armed Group News

The issue of mercenaries, foreign fighters have long been an obstacle to Libya’s historic general election. Libya’s rivals have reached a preliminary agreement to withdraw foreign fighters and mercenaries from the North African nation, which is seen as an important step towards uniting warring factions in the violence-torn country. A 10-member Joint Military Commission, mediated … Read more

Four people have been killed in a plane crash in the US state of Georgia

Four people have been killed in a small-engine plane crash at Atlanta’s DeCalb Peachtree Airport in the US state of Georgia on Friday, a fire department official has confirmed. The Federal Aviation Administration said the Cessna 210 crashed and caught fire. A video from a mobile phone shows a small plane crashing near the runway, … Read more

COVID-19 pandemic sparked an increase in fear, especially among women: study – National

The COVID-19 pandemic led to an increase in anxiety and depressive disorders around the world, especially among women and young people, according to a study published Friday in the Lancet. Young people suffered because school closures kept them away from friends, and many women found themselves being duped by housework and at increased risk of … Read more

Covid-19 vaccine booster shots for healthcare and frontline workers, residents of healthcare institutions, persons aged 30 and older – TODAYonline

Covid-19 vaccine booster shots for healthcare and frontline workers, residents of healthcare institutions, 30 years and older  TODAYonline COVID-19 booster shots are extended to individuals 30 years and older, healthcare and frontline workers  CN Singapore COVID home recovery extended to all cases aged 5 to 49  Yahoo Singapore News Standard home recovery for most Covid-19 patients, including unvaccinated … Read more

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