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Egypt says foreign diplomacy has failed to resolve political crisis

Egypt says foreign diplomacy has failed to resolve political crisis

Aug CAIRO — Egypt’s presidency said Wednesday that diplomatic efforts to peacefully resolve the standoff between the country’s military-backed interim leadership and the Muslim Brotherhood have failed. The statement from interim President Adly Mansour’s office follows a flurry of diplomatic visits over the past two weeks by envoys from the United States, the EU and […]

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Research: your eyes are half a billion years old

Research: your eyes are half a billion years old

Aug 04, – Eyes are amazing and technical organs, precious to each individual. But how did the human eye develop? According to a review of the evidence, it stems back to fish more than 500 million years ago. Professor Trevor Lamb of The Vision Centre and Australian National University conducted a major scientific review of […]

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Efimova swims world record in morning heats

Efimova swims world record in morning heats

Aug 03, BARCELONA, Spain — Hardy qualified second in 29.99, and 100 breaststroke world record holder Ruta Meilutyte of Lithuania advanced third in 30.07. Efimova won gold in the 200 breaststroke Friday after taking silver in the 100. She treated the 50 lightly, as it’s not an Olympic event. Worn out from her gold medal […]

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Saudi spy meets Russia President Vladimir Putin: Kremlin

Saudi spy meets Russia President Vladimir Putin: Kremlin

Aug 02, Moscow: Saudi Arabia has been strongly supportive of the rebels battling the regime of President Bashar Al Assad. But Russia, to the fury of Riyadh and its Western allies, has refused to cut its cooperation with the Damascus regime. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday held a rare and previously unannounced meeting with […]

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Study: Breast-Fed Baby May Become Higher-IQ Child

Study: Breast-Fed Baby May Become Higher-IQ Child

July 30, – Babies who were breast-fed for the first year of life gained 4 points on their IQ, compared with babies who were not breast-fed for as long, according to the findings, published online July 29 in JAMA Pediatrics. These children were better able to understand what others were telling them (receptive language) at […]

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Syria: Car bomb kills 10, wounds 62 near Damascus

Syria: Car bomb kills 10, wounds 62 near Damascus

July 25, DAMASCUS, Syria – A powerful car bomb exploded in a suburb of the Syrian capital Thursday, killing 10 people and wounding dozens of others, Syria’s state-run news agency said. The explosion in Jaramana, just few kilometers (miles) southeast of Damascus, came as the United Nations’ top official said more than 100,000 people have […]

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Human Rights Magazine

Human Rights Magazine

Human Rights Observers (global peace promoters) ‘The Magazine’ Human Rights observers, magazine complies with the development of human rights across the world, and is of immense importance to human rights studies and education. The magazine is an attempt to create awareness on human rights and ensure it applies all over the world.” The Human Rights […]

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Protesters march streets in Cairo, pushing for Morsi removal

Protesters march streets in Cairo, pushing for Morsi removal

June 30, CAIRO (AP) — Waving Egyptian flags and posters of Morsi crossed out in red, crowds packed central Cairo’s Tahrir square, the birthplace of the 2011 uprising against autocrat Hosni Mubarak, thunderous chants of “erhal!”, or “leave!” rang out. Hundreds of thousands of opponents of Egypt’s Islamist president poured out onto the streets in […]

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Kerry meets with Palestinian president for second time in 2 days

Kerry meets with Palestinian president for second time in 2 days

June 29, JERUSALEM (AP) — Kerry is shuttling between meetings in Jerusalem and Amman, Jordan, to find a way to coax both sides back into negotiations to craft a two-state solution to their long-running conflict. U.S., Israeli and Palestinian officials have all declined to disclose details of the talks. “Working hard,” is all Kerry would […]

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