The monumental platform at Dumat al-Jandal, now just remains, was built in phases during the 6th millennium B.C.E. and used for about 2,000 years, researchers say in the journal Antiquity
The promotion follows controversy for the company around Pegasus, spyware linked to political surveillance in Mexico, the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
The Argentine Foreign Ministry called the definition a guide to determining what behaviors can be considered antisemitic, so that they can be prevented, sanctioned and eliminated.
A spokeswoman for the Justice Department declined to comment. Buckingham Palace declined to comment. Britain's Home Office said it did not comment on mutual interest requests.
In the coronavirus era, overland travel in a well equipped, off-road vehicle may provide the ultimate journey – especially if governments recognize the opportunity to tap into another type of tourism
The New York Times has come under fire after it published an editorial on June 3 from US Senator Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas, titled "Send in the Troops."
The proposal is expected to ban police choke-holds and racial profiling, require nationwide use of body cameras and subject police to civilian review boards.
Ukrainian-Israeli collaboration emulates aspects of naked mole-rat physiology in mice and even postulate future treatment for obesity, but one wonders if it’s worth it. Maybe SpaceX might be interested, though