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Violations of Human Rights in Yemen and the Continuation of Saudi Crimes 

By Amin Bagheri It is natural that when the name of the war comes up or the news of an attack on another country is...

WHO Hopes For 2 Billion Covid-19 Vaccine Doses by 2021 End

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) chief scientist said Thursday the agency hopes there will be about two billion doses of a vaccine against COVID-19...

Lockdowns Prevented Millions of deaths from Covid-19: Study

Lockdowns across the globe prevented millions of deaths from the novel coronavirus, a new study reports. According to a study by the Imperial College of...

E-Commerce Giant Amazon Loses Appeal in France Due To Worker Safety Measures

Handing a victory to workers unions that slammed Amazon's safety measures for employees amid COVID-19 pandemic, a French court has ruled against the e-commerce...

Is France Going to Witness Its Deepest Economic Downturn? Find it Out Here

France will likely see its deepest economic downturn this year since the end of World War Two, far surpassing the slump seen after the...

Tech Giant Huawei Opens its First Flagship Store in France

Chinese technology giant Huawei opened here its first flagship store in France, highlighting the high-tech brand image of Huawei with fashion. With an area of...

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Discusses The Issue of Climate Change With French President Emmanuel Macron

 Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos met French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris to discuss "climate, sustainability and preserving the natural world." Bezos, who was accompanied by...

Huawei to Build its First European Manufacturing Plant in France

Huawei will build its first European manufacturing plant in France, its chairman said Thursday, as the Chinese telecom giant seeks to ease worldwide concerns stoked by U.S. charges that...

France Takes Steps to Shift to More Renewables For Energy

By Lisa Bryant France, the world's most nuclear energy-dependent nation, is taking its first steps to shift to more renewables to power up. This is the...

France to Block Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency: Report

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire on Thursday said the country cannot authorise the development of Facebook’s proposed Libra cryptocurrency on European soil as...

World Leaders Prepare for G7 Summit Even As Fears Over Global Economy Increases

The G-7 host, Emmanuel Macron,  has made fighting inequality the theme for the annual meeting of the seven industrialized nations, which opens Saturday in...

France Plans to Launch Mini Surveillance Satellites to Enhance Protection of French Satellites

France plans to launch mini surveillance satellites to enhance the protection and defense of French satellites from 2023, its defence minister said on Thursday,...

French Paleontologists Discover Thigh Bone of Giant Dinosaur in France

The thigh bone of a giant dinosaur was found this week by French paleontologists at an excavation site in southwestern France where remains of...

France Expects First 5G Deployment by 2020

French telecom regulator Arcep expects the commercial roll-out of the next-generation 5G mobile phone network in the country to commence in 2020, to be...

France, New Zealand Seek to Curb Online Extremism

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Wednesday said the country will join forces with France against the use of social media to organise...

Chefs Gear Up For Pairing With Scientists To Promote Sustainable Eating

Spelt risotto was on the menu at a recent lunch in Paris. Spelt is an ancient form of wheat with a nutty flavor. It...

France Family Wants to Repatriate their Grandchildren from Syria

In northern France, Lydie and Patrice Maninchedda have been waging an uphill battle, sustained by local media, to repatriate their three grandchildren from Syria....

France Fines Google Due To Its Inability To Provide Transparency

France's data watchdog fined Google nearly $57 million on Monday, saying the tech giant failed to provide users with transparent information on its data...

Facebook Allows French Regulars To Oversee Hate Speech Control

Facebook will allow French regulators to "embed" inside the company to examine how it combats online hate speech, the first time the wary tech...

These 10 Weird Museums around the World will Certainly Amuse You!

August 5, 2017: Not every museum is about art, science, culture, and history, some of them show different sides of the world. A side...

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‘HotShots’, TikTok-like Short Video App by Ganna

Joining the short-video making app race, music streaming service Gaana on Wednesday launched HotShots - a platform to create and share short viral videos...

Foods that will Help Improve Your Sleep

There is a strong correlation between sleep quality and dietary patterns. High intake of confectionary and noodles was associated with poor sleep quality, whereas...

Here’s How Remdesivir Can Save Lives in Nations with Lower Hospital Capacity

Amid news that the US has bought up virtually the entire global supply of remdesivir, a new study outlines how the drug could save...

Instagram brings TikTok-like Feature to India

With the ban on TikTok creating a huge vacuum for the 15-second videos in the Indian Internet space, Facebook-owned Instagram on Wednesday announced the...