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  1. Unraveling the Sex-Linked Gene Puzzle

    Themedialine.org - Top Stories 05.24 / 12:11 themedialine.org
    On the path to personalized treatment and prevention […] The post Unraveling the Sex-Linked Gene Puzzle appeared first on The Media…
  1. CBO: Estimated 23 Million Would Lose Health Insurance Under Republican Bill

    Hamodia.com - Politics 05.24 / 22:12 hamodia.com
    An estimated 23 million people would lose health coverage by 2026 under Republican legislation aimed at repealing Obamacare, a nonpartisan congressional agency said on Wednesday in the first calculation of… Read more » The post CBO: Estimated 23 Million Would Lose Health Insurance Under Republican Bill appeared first on Hamodia. In related news: Republicans Revamp Health Bill, Boost Benefits to Older Americans President Trump Tastes Failure as House Health Care Bill Collapses…
  2. Djibouti Opens New, Modern, Multipurpose Port

    Tesfanews.net - Politics 05.24 / 22:01 tesfanews.net
    The Doraleh Multipurpose Port is now the most advanced port in Africa BY TESFANEWS Djibouti has formally opened today the country’s latest mega project and one of four new ports designed to cement the tiny Horn of Africa nation’s position as a continental hub – the Doraleh Multipurpose Port (DMP). The 690 hectare port facility… The post Djibouti Opens New, Modern, Multipurpose Port appeared first on Tes…
  3. Viva Eritrea

    Tesfanews.net - Politics 05.24 / 22:01 tesfanews.net
    BY AMANUEL BIEDEMARIAM What does VIVA Eritrea mean to you? Viva is a show of support, expression of love. Simply put, Viva Eritrea stands for long live Eritrea. The question that every Eritrean and friends of Eritrea need to ask, what role to play in the future of Eritrea? Every Eritrean wants to see a… The post Viva Eritrea appeared first on…
  4. Eritrea’s Deepening Relation with Egypt Has Nothing to do with Ethiopia Dam

    Tesfanews.net - Politics 05.24 / 22:01 tesfanews.net
    BY ESAT NEWS The claim by the Ethiopian regime that the relation between Eritrea and Egypt is targeting Ethiopia’s Renaissance dam is “unfounded and stems from an unhealthy mindset,” Eritrea’s President said over the weekend. President Isaias Afeworki was responding to Ethiopian regime’s accusations that Eritrea is posed to destabilize Ethiopia and stall the building of… The post Eritrea’s Deepening Relation with Egypt Has Nothing to do with Ethiopia Dam appeared first on TesfaNews…
  5. Eritrea: Managing Water Resources to Achieve Sustainable Food Security

    Tesfanews.net - Politics 05.24 / 22:01 tesfanews.net
    BY ALEM FISSHATZION As Eritrea marks 26 years of Independence, I can’t help remembering Professor Abraham Kidane’s sober reflection last year of the country’s development policy progress during the first 25 years of independence in three magnificent essays. One reflection in the first part that I found to shine out in luminous brilliance is: “In… The post Eritrea: Managing Water Resources to Achieve Sustainable Food Security appeared first on T…
  6. Egypt Bans 21 News Websites,including Al-Jazeera, on Claims of ‘Supporting Terrorism’

    Egyptianstreets.com - Politics 05.24 / 21:52 egyptianstreets.com
    Egyptian authorities block 21 news websites on claims of “supporting terrorism”. The sites that have been banned are accused of publishing content that supports terrorism and propagates lies. On the top of the list comes independent news platform On the top of the list comes independent news platform Mada Masr followed by Al Jazeera, Al [&#…
  7. Man United win Europa League: Pogba, Mkhitaryan on target

    Armradio.am - Politics 05.24 / 20:49 armradio.am
    Manchester United beat Ajax 2-0 to win the Europa League. Paul Pogba fired Manchester United in front in the 18th minute when his left-footed strike took a massive deflection. Armenian Henrikh Mkhitaryan added to the lead early in the second period, flicking home from close range after Ajax failed to deal with a corner from the…
  8. US, Soviets, and regional reactionaries fought against Iran for 8 years: Leader

    Irna.ir - Politics 05.24 / 20:49 irna.ir
    Tehran, ay 25, IRNA - During the Iraqi imposed war against Iran, all global powers including the US, NATO, former Soviet Union and regional reactionaries stood against Iran but” we succeeded to overcome all of them,” said the Supreme Lea…
  1. Transport minister inaugurates air conditioned train No 16 in Metro Line 1 to operate

    Thecairopost.com - World 05.24 / 22:59 thecairopost.com
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  2. Dozens of Nigerian army officers fired over corruption 

    Thecairopost.com - World 05.24 / 22:59 thecairopost.com
    LAGOS, Nigeria : Nigeria is firing dozens of senior officers accused of corruption and the theft of billions of dollars meant to buy arms to fight the Boko Haram Islamic insurgency, the army and an officer privy to the list said Saturday. The officer said more than 50 officers have been sacked. He spoke to…
  3. U.S., Russia Calls Increase to Avoid Air Mishaps in Syria

    Hamodia.com - World 05.24 / 22:45 hamodia.com
    A senior American Air Force commander says daily U.S. military phone calls with Russia have increased as the two countries work to avoid aircraft mishaps in the increasingly crowded skies… Read more » The post U.S., Russia Calls Increase to Avoid Air Mishaps in Syria appeared first on Hamodia. In related news: Russia Urges Caution on U.S. Plan for Safe Zones in Syria Russia Criticizes U.S. Refusal to Rule Out Syria No-Fly Zone U.S. and Russia Seek to Salvage Truce; Syria…
  4. No Joke: Unconscious Man Rode on Car’s Trunk for Miles

    Hamodia.com - USA 05.24 / 22:45 hamodia.com
    When police pulled over a Tennessee couple and told them a body was lying on the trunk of their car, they thought it was a joke — until they got… Read more » The post No Joke: Unconscious Man Rode on Car’s Trunk for Miles appeared first on Hamodia. In related news: Unconscious Man Found in Hudson River Dies Cop Brings Manhattan Baby Back to Life Nordstrom to Buy Trunk Club for $350 Million Police: Man Claims Bomb in Trunk at White House Checkpoint Couple Survives Car …
  5. Trump Team Eyes Public Asset Sales to Pay for Infrastructure

    Hamodia.com - USA 05.24 / 22:45 hamodia.com
    President Donald Trump’s advisers are drafting plans to sell some public assets, such as airports, to help pay for a $1 trillion overhaul of the nation’s aging infrastructure. Mr. Trump… Read more » The post Trump Team Eyes Public Asset Sales to Pay for Infrastructure appeared first on Hamodia. In related news: Senate Democrats to Propose $1T Infrastructure Plan Cuomo Finds Common Ground With Trump on Infrastructure Pres. Trump Tells CEOs He’ll Only Back…
  6. Bear Trying to Get Doughnuts Tears Off Colorado Car Bumper

    Hamodia.com - USA 05.24 / 22:13 hamodia.com
    A bear with a sweet tooth ripped off the bumper of a car used to deliver doughnuts in Colorado, then tried to claw its way through the trunk to get… Read more » The post Bear Trying to Get Doughnuts Tears Off Colorado Car Bumper appeared first on Hamodia. In related news: Bear Found Hiding in Crawlspace to Escape Hunt Bipedal Bear’s Death Motivates Bear Hunt Opponents Bear Hunt Begins Amid Questions Of Effectiveness New Jersey’s Expanded Black-Bear Hunt Set to Start Monday …
  7. Germany extends 97mln-euro grant to Jordan

    En.ammonnews.net - World 05.24 / 22:08 en.ammonnews.net
    AMMONNEWS - Germany has announced that it's extending a 97.4-million-Euro grant to Jordan to help carry out a number of development-oriented projects in the Kingdom as part of a pledge the European nation made at a recent donors conference in Brussels, Belgium, according to Minister of Planning…
  8. Manchester attacker identified as Salman Abedi, of Libyan descent

    En.ammonnews.net - World 05.24 / 22:08 en.ammonnews.net
    AMMONNEWS - Investigators hunted on Tuesday for possible accomplices of the suicide bomber who attacked an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, killing 22 people and injuring dozens more.The police have named the suicide bomber as 22-year-old Salman Abedi of Libyan origins.Born in…
  1. Father of Manchester bomber arrested in Libya after saying his son is innocent

    Thenational.ae - Europe 05.24 / 22:24 thenational.ae
    Ramadan Abedi, who lives in the Libyan capital, said he spoke to his 22-year-old son, Salman Abedi, five days ago and that he sounded…
  2. Manchester suicide bomber not acting alone, say UK police

    Thenational.ae - Europe 05.24 / 22:08 thenational.ae
    British police have so far arrested five people in connection with the attack, including the attacker's 23-year-old brother. His father and another brother have meanwhile been arrested in the Libyan capital, a local counter terrorism force there said on…
  3. Manchester suicide bomber not acting alone, say UK police

    Thenational.ae - Europe 05.24 / 21:52 thenational.ae
    British police have so far arrested five people in connection with the attack, including the attacker's 23-year-old brother. His father and another brother have meanwhile been arrested in the Libyan capital, a local counter terrorism force there said on…
  4. Trump vows to use presidency for peace after 'fantastic' talks with Pope Francis

    Thenational.ae - Europe 05.24 / 21:38 thenational.ae
    The two men sidestepped deep differences over issues ranging from the environment to the plight of migrants and the…
  5. Father of Manchester bomber says his son is innocent

    Thenational.ae - Europe 05.24 / 15:22 thenational.ae
    Born in Manchester in 1994, Salman Abedi was the third of four children to his parents, Ramadan and Samia Abedi, who fled Libya's late dictator Muammar Qaddafi to settle in Britain in…
  6. Details emerge aboout Manchester bomber's Libya connections

    Thenational.ae - Europe 05.24 / 13:52 thenational.ae
    Born in Manchester in 1994, Salman Abedi was the third of four children to his parents, Ramadan and Samia Abedi, who fled Libya's late dictator Muammar Qaddafi to settle in Britain in…
  7. Russia 'not demanding' Turkey quit EU for Shanghai pact

    En.dunyatimes.com - Europe 05.24 / 13:08 en.dunyatimes.com
    Russia does not expect Turkey to cut its ties with the EU while conducting accession talks with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), Russia's ambassador to Ankara said Wednesday. "It is all is up to Ankara," Andrey Karlov said. "During the [SCO] membership process, we are not at…
  8. European Commission vows to make EU-Turkey deal succeed

    En.dunyatimes.com - Europe 05.24 / 13:08 en.dunyatimes.com
    The European Commission chief spokesman Margaritis Schinas said Friday the European body was abiding by the refugee deal between the European Union and Turkey. Speaking at a daily press conference in Brussels, Schinas said: "We are sticking to the EU-Turkey agreement on refugees and we will do…
  1. Libya still in the mire as another anniversary passes

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Libya 05.24 / 18:12 yourmiddleeast.com
    "We got rid of one dictator only to see 10,000 others take his place," said Fatma al-Zawi, a Tripoli housewife, bemoaning the multitude of warlords and militias which have run the North African country since the armed revolt which erupted in mid-February 2011.Ordinary Libyans are showing little enthusiasm for the anniversary, which the authorities plan to mark on Thursday with cultural and sporting events in Martyrs' Square in the…
  2. Tunisian police 'shambolic' over beach attack, says UK judge

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Tynisia 05.24 / 14:05 yourmiddleeast.com
    "Their response could and should have been more effective," judge Nicholas Loraine-Smith said in his conclusions after a series of hearings that began in January."The response by the police was at best shambolic, at worst cowardly," he said, adding that the hotel guards were not armed and had no…
  3. Can society and government join hands in the fight against corruption in the Arab world?

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Tynisia 05.24 / 14:05 yourmiddleeast.com
    One in three public service users in the Arab world – that’s nearly 50 million people - admitted they bribed someone in the last year to access basic services, such as water, medicine and education. "We demand that civil society be a partn…
  4. One year since bus bomb, Tunisia still in state of emergency

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Tynisia 05.24 / 14:05 yourmiddleeast.com
    The Islamic State (IS) jihadist group claimed the attack in central Tunis as well as bombings earlier in 2015 at the Bardo National Museum and at a beach resort that killed 59 foreign tourists and a Tunisian guard.The state of emergency has been in place since the attack, in spite of government assurances that security has improved in the north African…
  5. Libyan hell driving new migrant surge

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Libya 05.24 / 14:05 yourmiddleeast.com
    European efforts to close the route are also thought to lie behind a 30 to 40 percent increase in the number of mainly African migrants who have landed at Italian ports in the first two months of this year, compared to the same period in 2015 and 2016.More than 2,700 people have been rescued in recent days, including a newborn delivered on a Norwegian police…
  6. Volkswagen to build car assembly plant in Algeria

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Algeria 05.24 / 14:05 yourmiddleeast.com
    Under the deal, worth $170 million (160 million euros), the plant will produce its first car in June 2017 and is expected to increase output to more than 100 vehicles a day.The assembly line will be built in Relizane, 320 kilometres (200 miles) southwest of…
  7. European and North African ministers seek to curb Libya migrant flows

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Libya 05.24 / 14:05 yourmiddleeast.com
    One year after a controversial deal with Turkey to stop migrants setting out across the Aegean Sea for Greece, the European Union is seeking to reach a similar accord with conflict-hit Libya, despite fierce opposition from human rights campaigners.Just this past weekend more than 3,300 people were rescued from unseaworthy vessels off the north African country, bringing the number of arrivals in Italy to nearly 20,000 so far in 2017 -- a significant increase on previous…
  8. Algerians vote amid anger over economy

    Yourmiddleeast.com - Algeria 05.24 / 10:03 yourmiddleeast.com
    But despite urgent challenges facing the country, candidates have struggled to inspire voters disillusioned by what many see as broken government promises and a tainted political system."Corruption has plagued politics. How can you vote for a candidate who has paid to be selected by a party?" asked Ali, a merchant in the town of Blida, 45 kilometres (30 miles) southwest of…
  1. Two-state solution in Mideast 'in serious jeopardy': US' Kerry

    En.dunyatimes.com - Asia 05.24 / 13:08 en.dunyatimes.com
    Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday the future of a two-state solution is "in serious jeopardy", defending U.S. abstention last week on a UN Security Council vote condemning Israeli settlements. "The United States did, in fact, vote in accordance with our values, just as previous…
  2. Lavrov, de Mistura discuss Syria

    En.dunyatimes.com - Asia 05.24 / 13:08 en.dunyatimes.com
    Russia confirmed on Wednesday its foreign minister had spoken to the UN's special envoy on Syria. Sergey Lavrov called Staffan de Mistura and "exchanged views on the efforts of launching a political process in Syria," according to Russia's foreign ministry. The ministry said de Mistura…
  3. Russia, China veto 7-day Aleppo truce

    En.dunyatimes.com - Asia 05.24 / 13:08 en.dunyatimes.com
    Russia and China on Monday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that would have provided respite to Syrians as desperately-needed humanitarian aid flows into the battled city of Aleppo. The plan to hold up a seven-day cessation of hostilities fell by the wayside after the two of the five…
  4. Erdogan, Putin discuss Syrian city of Aleppo over phone

    En.dunyatimes.com - Asia 05.24 / 13:08 en.dunyatimes.com
    Turkish and Russian presidents on Wednesday had a phone conversation on Syrian city of Aleppo, according to a presidential source. Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin agreed to step up efforts to stop clashes in the Syrian city of Aleppo and delivery of humanitarian aid to the civilians in the…
  5. Israel's new ambassador to Turkey arrives in Ankara

    En.dunyatimes.com - Asia 05.24 / 13:08 en.dunyatimes.com
    Israel's new ambassador to Turkey arrived in Ankara on Thursday. After landing at Esenboga Airport, Eitan Na'eh referred to Turkish assistance in containing fires in Israel last week and said the countries had a "history of helping each in times of need." He added that he was looking forward…
  6. Iran tastes defeat against Zambia

    En.mehrnews.com - Asia 05.24 / 11:59 en.mehrnews.com
    TEHRAN, May 24 (MNA) – Young Iranian footballers failed to overcame Zambian rivals in the second week of FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 after suffering a 4-2 d…
  7. Iran welcomes China’s part in Astana process

    En.mehrnews.com - Asia 05.24 / 09:40 en.mehrnews.com
    TEHRAN, May 24 (MNA) – Iran’s SNSC head Ali Shamkhani welcomed China’s participation in Astana talks on settling Syrian crisis, deeming the country’s active presence in political processes in region highly positiv…
  8. The Myth and Propaganda of an Arab NATO

    Islamtimes.org - Asia 05.24 / 04:33 islamtimes.org
    Islam Times - Peter Ford, the former UK ambassador to Syria and Bahrain said that the Saudis and the Emiratis would never dare put their troops onto a battlefield in Syria or Iraq as their troops would mutiny and join…
  1. Iran makes Asian history by finishing third

    En.mehrnews.com - Latin America 05.24 / 10:11 en.mehrnews.com
    TEHRAN, May 08 (MNA) – Iranian soccer players thrashed Italy 5-3 to stand on the third podium becoming Asian team ever at the Beach Soccer World C…
  2. Venezuelans refuse opposition extremists violence

    En.mehrnews.com - Latin America 05.24 / 09:09 en.mehrnews.com
    CARACAS, May 08 (MNA) – Most Venezuelans reject the violence promoted by opposition extremists as their method to disagree with the policies of the Bolivarian G…
  3. Iran-LatAm trade volume nearly $4bn

    En.mehrnews.com - Latin America 05.24 / 04:12 en.mehrnews.com
    TEHRAN, May 16 (MNA) – The current volume of trade transactions between Iran and Latin American countries stands at nearly $4 billion, but there is more capacity for cooperation, head of the Americas at Iran's Foreign Ministry s…
  4. Iran loses shoot-out to Tahiti to miss finals

    En.mehrnews.com - Latin America 05.23 / 19:13 en.mehrnews.com
    TEHRAN, May 07 (MNA) – Iranian beach footballers lost penalty shoot-out against Tahiti rivals to miss finals of 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in B…