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Syria dismisses report that it was behind chemical attacks

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his military backer Russia have both repeatedly denied using chemical weapons, and accuse insurgents of staging attacks to implicate Syrian forces.;

Iran murdered 36 prisoners over coronavirus protest

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Amnesty urged the head of the Iranian judiciary to release all political prisoners and human rights defenders held in its vast penal system in late March.;

In coronavirus crisis, Erdogan faces an opponent he can’t silence

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After pretending the coronavirus was not going to be a Turkish problem for as long as they could, authorities in Ankara are now facing the harsh reality of a major outbreak

Voices of the Arab Press: Stay at home!

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While most countries around the world are busy dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, the mullah regime in Tehran remains indifferent to the death and suffering of millions of people.;

India and Pakistan locked in border fighting amid coronavirus crisis

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Pakistan denies giving material support to militants in Kashmir but says it provides moral and diplomatic backing for the self-determination of Kashmiri people

Iraq appoints third PM-designate, after second withdraws

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Iraq's president appointed Iraq's intelligence head, Mustafa al-Kadhimi, 53, as the new prime minister designate amid political chaos

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Three US local govts to adopt coronavirus contact tracing app

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An additional 17 state and municipal governments are considering introducing the app in their communities as soon as in the next two weeks.;

Streaming for seniors, ‘The Good Fight’ returns and girls gone mild

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Netflix is featuring the new true-crime documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, a look at murder in the world of big-game wildlife collectors in the US.;

Personal information of hundreds of Zoom accounts found on dark web

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Sixgill states that these credentials can be used to accomplish a plethora of seedy activities, such as eavesdropping on corporate calls and identity theft, among others.;

Israeli coronavirus mapping technology to assist authorities globally

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The remote screening platform developed by Tel Aviv-based Diagnostic Robotics, has played a key role in Israel's efforts to monitor the spread of the outbreak in recent weeks.;

Market Watch: Get smart

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Having a limited budget doesn’t rule out the possibility of a little smart luxury in the watch market.;

JVP, pharma giant AstraZeneca launch digital health platform

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The program will focus on a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas of practice to develop breakthrough technologies, including cancer, lung disease, and cardiovascular disease.;

Archaeologists crack secrets of deadly ancient trade in decorated ostrich eggs

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Why the ancients used eggs from savage wild ostriches rather than innocuous tame ones is unclear, but ornate eggshells from the Middle East were prized by elites across the Mediterranean thousands of years before Easter was a thing

Why Wikipedia is immune to coronavirus

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As the worldwide pandemic has been accompanied by an 'infodemic' of bad information, Wikipedia has stepped in to provide relief. So much so that it has become the go-to source for COVID-19 information

The coronavirus novel: This author wrote a book on the 2020 pandemic 23 years ago

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In her science fiction novel ‘2020’ published in 1987, an Israeli author described a global pandemic much like the coronavirus. Now she explains why she went there and how she managed to get things so right

Neanderthals could make string: Oldest rope known found in France

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Could Neanderthals make rafts? Three-ply cord fragment found in the Abri du Maras cave is 41,000 to 52,000 years old and indicates complexity in thinking and manufacture

Concrete flooring: Some hard-and-fast facts By Jason Blackshaw

April 2nd, 2020|Comments Off on Concrete flooring: Some hard-and-fast facts By Jason Blackshaw

Concrete is regarded as an important basic building material. It is used for practical purposes such as creating strong, enduring exteriors, reinforcing girders, and solidifying structures.;

Start-up raises funds for new multipurpose VR gaming chair

April 1st, 2020|Comments Off on Start-up raises funds for new multipurpose VR gaming chair

The release of such a versatile product is very timely, as it coincides when so many people are confined to their homes due to the widespread outbreak of COVID-19.;

Archaic humans still half in the trees coexisted with other species who walked

March 31st, 2020|Comments Off on Archaic humans still half in the trees coexisted with other species who walked

Researchers studying fossils in Sterkfontein Cave, South Africa deduce that an older Australopithecine was built for bipedalism, while a Robustus living a million years later both walked and climbed trees

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