24 people were also wounded by the missiles, which hit an oil refinery and market under the control of Turkish troops and Turkish-backed rebels, a war monitor reported
The police ordered to pay young man 20,000 shekels and legal fees in connection with incident that took place in 2018 when the young man was 15 years old
A new app developed by the Israeli hi-tech company MyHeritage allows users to animate old family pictures using artificial intelligence features.
No new date has been set for the start of the campaign. The postponement took contractors and those involved in the drive by surprise, as they had believed that the budget for it had already been approved
A UN-brokered interim election among senior officials is the latest thing to go wrong in a country that still has two governments, two parliaments and plenty of warring militias
Kaung Htet noted that he has decided to join the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) "and stand in solidarity with the people of Myanmar."
Was Moses high? Was the original Eucharist psychoactive? Studies linking religion and drugs gain traction
Was the vision of the burning bush a psychedelic experience? Did use of drugs inform early Christianity? Scholars who linked the emergence of religion to altered states of consciousness once paid a heavy price, but that may be changing
On Wednesday morning, 10 rockets landed on an airbase that hosts US, coalition and Iraqi forces. Hours after that attack, the pope reaffirmed he would be going to Iraq.
While some wealthy Western nations have already inoculated millions of people, many African states have struggled to secure doses and have yet to administer a single shot.
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