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Wales Bans Smoking Outside Hospital, School Spaces

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Wales has banned smoking outside school and hospital premises and the restriction is to start from summer of next year to protect people from secondhand smoke as well as de-normalise smoking for young people and children. Most of the hospitals…

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Holy Month Ramadan Begins May 17: UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Australia, Bahrain, Kuwait

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The holy month of Ramadan for Muslims is to begin Thursday, May 17, in UAE, making Wednesday the last day of Shaaban. Wam announced in a tweet Tuesday night mentioning crescent was not sighted today. Similarly, Jordan, Bahrain and Kuwait…

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London Bans Junk Food Ads On Tube, Bus, Train Network To Curb Child Obesity

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London has banned junk food advertisements on tubes and busses to help curbing childhood obesity epidemic. Mayor Sadiq Khan said those foods and drinks which are high in salt, sugar and fat will not be seen in ads on London’s…

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UK Enjoying Worst Press Freedom In Western Europe: Report

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Reporters are more restricted in United Kingdom than other countries in western Europe, finds a new study in annual World Press Freedom Index. According to Reporters Without Borders the country is placed at 40th place3 in global ranking of 180…

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Queen Elizabeth II Turns 92

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II turns 92. She is the longest reigning monarch in Britain and to celebrate the big day the Royal Family Twitter account released Saturday some of her related photos from archive, from her younger days. In one of…

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Auckland’s Sickening Case: Mum Sold Teen Daughter 1000 Times As Sex Slave

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A Fiji mother, living as illegal immigrants in New Zealand, was convicted Tuesday by a High Court in Auckland for selling her teenage daughter 1000 times as sex slaves over a period of two years. Justice Matthew Muir pronounced a…

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Pillar Of India’s Taj Mahal Collapsed In Thunderstorm

Tan Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, in Indian city Agra suffered a pillar collapse Wednesday night due to thunderstorm and heavy rainfall with wind speed of more than 100 kmph. The 12-foot metal pillar was at…

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Assad Regime Poisoned 500 People In Douma, Syria: Claims

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World Health Organization has come up with report to the recent chemical weapon attack in Syria’s Douma revealing about 500 people were affected. The report was on Wednesday and it is based on reports from WHO’s Health Cluster partners. Eastern…

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Gear you need to take up fishing

Gear you need to take up fishing

According to some resources, the number of American anglers in the United States is growing with every year that goes by. In the spring of 2017, there were approximately fifty million people engaging in this activity somewhat regularly. What does…

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BREAKING: Man Drives Van Into Crowd In Muenster, Germany; 2 Dead

Two people were killed in Muenster city, Germany, and several others injured after a man ploughed a van into crowd on Saturday at around 15:00 local time. Officially unindentified, the driver killed himself too at the scene after killing and…

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