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France, Germany urge Europe to act on US Iran sanctions

(AFP) – France and Germany urge European nations to push back against US sanctions targeting their companies doing business with Iran after President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from a 2015 nuclear agreement. France’s Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire criticized what he described as the extraterritoriality of Washington’s punitive measures against one ...

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How social media is hurting your memory

(Web Desk) – Each day, hundreds of millions of people document and share their experiences on social media, from packed parties to the most intimate family moments. Social platforms let us stay in touch with friends and forge new relationships like never before, but those increases in communication and social ...

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World scrambles to save Iran deal that Trump tried to sink

WASHINGTON (AFP) – US President Donald Trump faced diplomatic isolation on Wednesday as world powers scrambled to save a landmark deal curbing Iran s nuclear program that he has rejected. Trump s decision to withdraw from the accord and reimpose sanctions on the Islamic republic overturns years of diplomacy, could ...

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Indian train offers ticket to life-saving care

(AFP) – When the Lifeline Express rolled into the sleepy Indian town of Jalore, Bhagwana Ram Prajapat was anxiously waiting to board. The 55-year-old has been desperately looking for treatment for his grandson’s cleft-lip and the specially converted sky-blue, seven-coach train was the answer to his prayers. “We had been ...

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Over 3 million UK children living in poverty in 2018: Report

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – More than 3.1 million British children will spend this year under the official breadline, a new report has revealed, raising questions about Prime Minister Theresa May’s economic policies. The Research for the Trades Union Congress (TUC), carried out by Landman Economics consultancy firm, found that the ...

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Cholera vaccination campaign kicks off in Yemen: WHO

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a wide-scale vaccination campaign against cholera in Yemen, as the epidemic is expected to further spread due to the rainy season and deteriorating health and sanitation systems in the war-torn country. The first anti-cholera campaign was launched in cooperation ...

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Excessive social media use could harm female self-esteem

(Web Desk) – Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest may not be good for women’s self-esteem, a new study suggested. Women are less likely to be happy with their bodies if they spend more than an hour a day on social media, the findings showed, UPI reported. Lead researcher Martin Graff, a ...

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Why is drinking water important?

(Web Desk) – Keeping hydrated is crucial for health and well-being, but many people do not consume enough fluids each day. Around 60 percent of the body is made up of water, and around 71 percent of the planet’s surface is covered by water. Perhaps it is the ubiquitous nature ...

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