Month: July 2022

  • Middle eastKuwait raises minimum military service age from 28 to 30 years

    Kuwait raises minimum military service age from 28 to 30 years

    Kuwait raises minimum military service age from 28 to 30 years –  Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and Acting Minister of Interior, Sheikh Talal Khaled Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, issued a decision to raise the minimum age at which the Kuwaiti army can apply for service by two years, from 28 to 30 years. According to the Kuwaiti Ministry of…

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  • EuropeMore than 2,000 Spaniards die due to high temperatures

    More than 2,000 Spaniards die due to high temperatures

    More than 2,000 Spaniards die due to high temperatures –  Extreme temperatures, recorded in July in Spain, led to the death of 2,064 people. According to the website of the Carlos III Institute of Health, among the dead are 1,321 people over the age of 85 and 470 between the ages of 75 and 84. Meanwhile, 176 people were between…

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  • MilitaryArmed clashes erupt between Iranian forces and the Taliban near the city of Khairmand

    Armed clashes erupt between Iranian forces and the Taliban near the city of Khairmand

    An armed clash broke out between Iranian border forces and the Taliban on the border with Afghanistan. “A few minutes ago, a clash occurred between the border forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Taliban forces near the city of Khairmand,” said Maysam Barazandi, head of Helmand (Khairmand) district in Sistan and Baluchestan province. The head of the…

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  • ArtsBritney Spears finishes writing her memoir

    Britney Spears finishes writing her memoir

    Britney Spears has finished writing her memoir, which is supposed to be published by Simon & Schuster – and her team expects the book to go on sale as early as January 2023. However, a lack of paper has disrupted those plans, and it is not known when the issue will be resolved. It is noted that two factors led…

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  • MilitaryUS, South Korea agree to expand military exercises

    US, South Korea agree to expand military exercises

    Washington hosted a meeting between the defense ministers of the United States and South Korea, Lloyd Austin and Lee Seung-sub, during which they agreed to expand joint military exercises and resume high-level dialogue on expanded deterrence. According to the report of the Korea JoongAng Daily, quoting a statement issued by the South Korean Defense Ministry, “they agreed to combine their…

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  • WorldExplosion rocks Wazir Akbar Khan neighborhood in Kabul

    Explosion rocks Wazir Akbar Khan neighborhood in Kabul

    An explosion occurred in the Wazir Akbar Khan district of the capital, Kabul. According to news agencies, the fact of the explosion was confirmed by a representative of the Ministry of the Interior. No details were given about the nature of the explosion and the presence of the victims. Eyewitnesses speculated that the explosion was caused by a missile attack.…

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  • USABiden goes into quarantine again

    Biden goes into quarantine again

    Biden goes into quarantine again – Kevin O’Connor, the US president’s attending physician, said that Joe Biden’s coronavirus test once again showed a positive result. This was reported on the official website of the White House. The doctor said that after tests negative for COVID-19 on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the morning President’s antigen test on Saturday morning, July…

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  • HealthFive foods that kill the kidneys

    Five foods that kill the kidneys

    Doctors listed five foods that are harmful to the kidneys. According to experts, you should avoid salt in your diet to keep your kidneys healthy. The body gets tired and leads to a deterioration in its work. Red meat can negatively affect the kidneys due to poor absorption of animal proteins in the body. This makes it difficult for the…

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  • WorldExports of Swiss equipment to Russia sharply rise

    Exports of Swiss equipment to Russia sharply rise

    Exports of Swiss equipment to Russia sharply rise –  According to Swiss customs, exports of equipment from the country to the Russian Federation in May-June 2022 increased sharply due to the desire of manufacturers to have time to fulfill commitments made before imposing sanctions against Russia. Bloomberg notes that exports of turbine engines, as well as other gas turbines, ranged…

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  • ReportsUS faces beef shortage and price hike

    US faces beef shortage and price hike

    The United States may face beef shortages in the future, as well as higher prices due to fewer cattle by American farmers. Fox News reports that farmers cite drought and a shortage of hay, as well as the increased cost of raising animals, including fodder, as a reason to reduce livestock. According to a market participant, the feed for cows…

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