Mohamed Salah scored twice as champions Liverpool moved on to 92 points with a 3-1 win at Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League on Wednesday.
In a new book, a niece of President Donald Trump applies her training in psychology to conclude that the president likely suffers from narcissism and other clinical disorders - and was boosted to success by a father who fuelled those traits.
Chrism Mass, Wednesday July 8th, 2020 at Our Lady of Fair Haven Cathedral Chapel The post LIVE: Chrism Mass 2020 appeared first on Dominica News Online.
Federal agents in hazmat suits raided a church in Florida, and confiscated 22 gallons of a toxic concoction the church was marketing as a cure for Covid-19. The ‘Miracle Mineral Solution’ is in fact a potent industrial bleach. Read Full Article at RT.com
If pregnancy is God’s will, so is erectile dysfunction, argued critics of the new US Supreme Court ruling that allowed employers to exclude birth control from health insurance plans on religious or moral grounds. Read Full Article at RT.com
Wed, 2020-07-08 18:00 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia submitted royal court advisor Mohammed Al-Tuwaijri as a candidate to head the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Wednesday, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. In its memorandum to the WTO, the Kingdom affirmed its great belief in the multilateral trading system and the vital role that the organization plays in this system. A WTO document showed that the nomination had been received by the organization: “The following communication, nominating Mr Mohammad Maziad Al-Tuwaijri for the position of director-general, has been received from the delegation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on 8 July 2020.” Al-Tuwaijri was the Kingdom’s economy and planning minister from November 2017 till March 2020 when he was appointed as an advisor to the royal court. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaMohammed Al-TuwaijriWorld Trade Organization (WTO) Saudi Arabia records 42 more deaths from COVID-19Saudi anti-graft agency probes 105 corruption cases in different sectors
Wed, 2020-07-08 21:02 JEDDAH: Saudi Human Rights Commission (HRC) representatives made 2,094 visits to prisons and detention centers throughout the Kingdom in one year, according to a report by the organization. HRC spokesperson, Norah Al-Haqbani, said that the aim of the visits was to ensure that convicts and detainees were being afforded their rights under Saudi laws and regulations. The commission’s visits included 835 to detention centers, 614 to general prisons, 557 to security facilities, 49 to social observation centers, and 39 to care institutions for girls. Al-Haqbani pointed out that huge progress had been made due to the ongoing replacement of paperwork by electronic processing, increased collaboration between authorities and agencies, and the introduction of new mechanisms to speed up procedures. She noted the need for the swift completion of construction work on buildings to house categories of convicts and detainees requiring specific facilities. The HRC carried out 414 visits to other government agencies in various regions of the Kingdom to detect violations of convicts and detainees’ rights, taking appropriate regulatory measures, Al-Haqbani said. She added: “Visits were made to various institutions including 259 to shelters and social institutions, 117 to hospitals and health care centers, 20 to educational institutions, in addition to visits to other institutions.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaSaudi Human Rights Commission (HRC) Saudi rights chief meets Doctors Without Borders humanitarian representativeSaudi rights body: Blocking government services should be used sparingly
A fourth person injured in the fire remains in intensive care
The majority of Covid-positive samples are from individuals who do not have an active infection.
AMMONNEWS - Jordan has demonstrated its strength, resilience and solidarity, and enjoys «robust» institutions that have enabled it overcome challenges and hardships, to then emerge a stronger nation, Prime Minister, Omar Razzaz, said.During his visit on Wednesday to the Jordan Investment Commiss
AMMONNEWS - The State Security Court (SSC) has heard almost all defense testimonies of defendants and companies allegedly involved the so called «Tobacco» case, the court announced.During a public session held on Wednesday to try this case, was headed by the civil judge, Dr. Nasser Salamat, the
AMMONNEWS - The government on Wednesday signed agreements for two major water loss reduction and fiber-optic network expansion projects.Prime Minister Omar Razzaz, who patronized the signing ceremony at the prime ministry, said the projects reflect confidence in the Jordanian economy and its abi
AMMONNEWS - Minister of State for Prime Ministry Affairs, Sami Dawoud, said future of government administration relies on the extent of enhancing skills, competencies and capabilities of public employees.The minister added:" Bulk of expertise and competencies of employee leaders reflects positivel
India dismissed as a “continuation of a farce” Pakistan’s claim on Wednesday that Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav has refused to file a review petition against his death sentence and only wants to follow up on his mercy petition. India said the claim, yet another instance of concocted narratives, was meant to mask Pakistan’s reticence to implement the ICJ judgment in letter and spirit.
India recorded its biggest single-day spike on Wednesday with 25,530 fresh Covid-19 cases, breaching the 25,000-mark for the first time, even as the toll raced past the 21,000-mark with the country recording over 400 deaths for the sixth consecutive day. The spike in fresh cases comes amid increased countrywide testing in the last few days. 1.8 lakh people were tested on Sunday, 2.41 lakh on Monday and 2.62 lakh on Tuesday.
If the dirt-track road the Chinese have built along the Galwan river all the way to the LAC is found to have been “black-topped” to asphalt in coming weeks, or if the People’s Liberation Army begins stocking up provisions and shelters for the winter, these would be read as indications the Chinese want to settle in rather than disengage, top-level officials in government said.
July 8, 2020 (WASHINTON) - The U.S. ranking member in the Senate foreign relations committee Senator Bob Menendez is blocking a $300 million deal that would eventually see Sudan get off the list of states that sponsor terrorism. According to the New York Post Menendez believes that the settlement shortchanges some of the victims. The Sudanese transitional government reached a preliminary agreement with the victims of the 1998 twin terrorist bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_DISPLAY
In 1956, four years ahead of the end of the trusteeship mandate, the territory’s progress towards self-government had proceeded at a speedy pace, with a view to preparing the territory for full independence
A federal judge on Wednesday threw out a racketeering lawsuit General Motors Co had filed against smaller rival Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV , saying the No. 1 U.S. automaker's alleged injuries were not caused by FCA's alleged violations.
Organisers of the 2024 Paris Olympics will review the risk of extra expenditure for the event due to the coronavirus pandemic by the end of the year, sources said on Wednesday.
Hirving Lozano scored the winner as Napoli moved fifth in Serie A with a 2-1 victory at Genoa on Wednesday which left their opponents stuck in the relegation zone.
The UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria relied on unverifiable third-hand sources and is obsessed with blaming Damascus, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said after the Syrian government was accused of ‘war crimes’ in Idlib. Read Full Article at RT.com
Moscow and Ankara are discussing ways to reach a ceasefire in Libya, but one of the warring sides – the GNA in Tripoli – is not on board, instead it’s counting on winning militarily, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said. Read Full Article at RT.com
Fans who have been banned from attending stadiums during the coronavirus pandemic watched with a mix of admiration and unease as more than 20 dancing robots were filmed stamping and gyrating in sequence in a huge empty stadium. Read Full Article at RT.com
San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton is outraged at white women calling the police on minorities. His creatively named CAREN Act would put an end to this, but conservatives claim it’s just more discrimination. Read Full Article at RT.com
President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding if schools don’t reopen in the fall, and he lashed out at federal health officials over school reopening guidelines that he says are impractical and...
В период с ноября 2011 года по октябрь 2018 года лица, находившиеся в Крыму, Иране и Сирии, размещали на платформе Amazon.com заказы на покупку потребительских товаров и услуг, и в деталях транзакций четко прослеживалось, что доставка будет осуществляться в регионы, находящиеся под американскими санкциями.
The dam is supposed to become the largest in Africa, consisting of 15 radial-axis hydraulic units
He clarified that the defense team had not been given a chance to familiarize themselves with the expert statements, they were only mentioned in the decree, formally launching the criminal proceedings
Hospitals are returning to normal working procedure, Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko informed
Health Minister Mikhail Murashko noted that every Russian citizen would decide for themselves whether they want to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus