GENERAL NEWS 

Egypt agrees to hand over two uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabi

Egypt agrees to hand over two uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabi. On Wednesday the Egyptian Parliament supported plans to hand over two uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia under an agreement that has attracted widespread public criticism. House of Representatives Speaker Ali Abdelaal said the required majority of lawmakers had voted for the agreement, which the government signed last year, despite a court striking it down in March. “I announce the House’s final approval of the maritime demarcation agreement with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia signed on…

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Health 

Meet the lady who could not get a job because of her weight

‘Shavonne Patrice Owens’ the lady who was unable to get a job because of her weight, even though she proved she could handle the work. Shavonne Patrice Owens a lady from Chicago, Illinois told BBC about how after being laid off from her job at cable television provider Comcast, Shavonne Patrice Owens thought she had finally landed a new job last year at a child care centre in Huntsville, Alabama. A friend had recommended her to the child care centre, when she went for an interview, she was introduced to the…

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Mentoring 

10 Things Successful People do

10 Things Successful People do In life we all want to be successful; we all want to make it big. Everybody wants to achieve their dreams most of us have aspirations and we keep waiting everyday to see it happen. Today I will show you some things successful people do and you can use them also as a guideline to accomplish your dreams: 1. They keep working: They don’t stop working as a matter of fact they work very hard to accomplish their dreams. They put all their energy in…

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GENERAL NEWS 

Turkish police have detained Cumhuriyet Chief of opposition newspaper

Turkish police have detained Cumhuriyet the editor-in-chief of an opposition newspaper According to Turkish media reports on Monday morning Turkish police detained Turkey’s secularist Cumhuriyet daily Editor-in-Chief Murat Sabuncu an opposition newspaper, and columnist Güray Öz after police raided their residences. A detention warrant was also issued on former Editor-in-Chief Can Dündar. Reporters said: “Their residences were being searched” “Police were searching the homes of Atalay and Oz” Anadolu said. That Monday morning Turkish police raided Sabuncu and Öz’s houses along with the house of daily’s CEO Akın Atalay and…

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