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Hajj 2020 begins – with 1,000 pilgrims instead of the usual 2 million

(CNN) – Islam’s main annual pilgrimage began on Tuesday with only a small portion of its regular number of worshipers amid concerns about the corona virus. Only around 1,000 pilgrims will take part in Hajj this year as Saudi Arabia has introduced new restrictions on crowd control. The sacred sites in the cities of Mecca and Medina usually house more …

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Iter: The world’s largest nuclear fusion project begins with assembly

Image rights CLEMENT MAHOUDEAU Image description The Tokamak building in Iter will house the structure in which the merger is controlled The world’s largest nuclear fusion project has entered the five-year assembly phase. After this is complete, the plant can begin generating the super hot “plasma” required for the fusion performance. In Saint-Paul-lez-Durance, southern France, the facility is under construction …

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Iran fires a missile at a U.S. aircraft carrier during training, escalating news between the U.S. and Iran

Iran’s paramilitary revolutionary guard fired a missile from a helicopter aimed at a replica U.S. aircraft carrier in the strategic Strait of Hormuz, state television reported on Tuesday, an exercise aimed at telling the US amid the tensions between Tehran and the United States To threaten Washington. The exercises – called “Prophet Muhammad 14.” – were held near the Strait …

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Wiley: Facebook rapper suspended after abusing Jewish critics

Image rights BBC News Image description Rapper Wiley has shared abuse about Jewish critics after an anti-Semitic tirade on Facebook Facebook temporarily suspended rapper Wiley after passing abusive posts to his Jewish critics. His comments came after an anti-Semitic tirade on Twitter on Friday. On Facebook, the grime artist discovered the BBC under his name Richard Kylea Cowie. He specifically …

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Popular Myths And Facts About Erectile Dysfunction

    Studies, researches, and statistics show that one-third of the men’s population undergoes some kind of erectile dysfunction. However, the intensity of the prevailing condition of the inability to perform well during sex can widely vary from one man to another. The global prevalence of erectile dysfunction in 2019 demographics shows that between 3% to 76.5% of males suffer …

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Trump Tweets misleading Stella Immanuel Coronavirus video deleted from Facebook

Trump shared the video, which claims that face masks and lockdowns aren’t needed to stop the disease, when he shared 14 tweets over half an hour saying he was using hydroxychloroquine, a malaria drug that the president is repeating advertised, defended and Anthony attacked S. Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert. Twitter soon followed Facebook and YouTube to remove …

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Graham says the key source for the Steele dossier was played “like a violin” by Russian intelligence

Senate Justice Committee chair Lindsey Graham, RS.C., told Hannity Monday that former MI6 spy Christopher Steele had turned “Russian disinformation” into a “Tom Clancy novel” in the form of his now notorious dossier that the FBI bought. Hook, line and board. “ Graham responded to the weekend’s news that Igor Danchenko, a 42-year-old former senior research analyst at the liberal …

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Chinese students in Australia are cheated to fake their own kidnapping

Eight New South Wales (NSW) students were cheated this year for “virtual kidnapping”. Overseas relatives paid a total of 3.2 million Australian dollars (2.3 million US dollars) in ransom, the police said in a statement. In one case, the father of a 22-year-old Chinese student in Sydney donated more than $ 1.4 million after receiving a video of his daughter …

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Coronavirus: Great Britain advises against essential trips to Spanish islands

Image rights Getty Images The UK has updated its recommendations for all non-essential trips to Spain to include the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands after an increase in the number of corona viruses. The guidelines of the Federal Foreign Office were changed on Monday to include mainland Spain as well as islands such as Ibiza and Tenerife. Holiday company …

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