close Video Pompeo: Iran is now world headquarters for Al-Qaida FOX News senior foreign affairs correspondent Greg Palkot reports on the latest. Iran has reportedly released a chilling propaganda video depicting a fake attack by its Republican Guard blowing up the US Capitol. The footage showing the seat of American democracy engulfed in flames was leaked Sunday on state-controlled TV — before Ayatollah Ali Khamenei gave a speech praising the elite unit, according to the Washington Free Beacon. "The Americans have been for years deeply saddened by the Islamic republic’s influence, and they were angry with General Soleimani for this reason and martyred him for this reason," Khamenei said. The top Republican Guard commander was killed in a US drone strike in Baghdad during the Trump administration on Jan. 3, 2020. HOUSE REPUBLICANS SOUND ALARM ON IRAN'S SECRETIVE NUCLEAR PROGRAM AS INSPECTORS FACE HURDLES Sen. Pat … [Read more...] about Iran releases chilling fake video showing US Capitol blow up after attack
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More than 60,000 participants register for international consumer products event, including world-renowned luxury brands Two weeks after the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2021, South China's Hainan is to come under the global spotlight again with the opening of the first China International Consumer Products Expo. From May 7, producers of world-class boutique brands will gather to showcase and debut their latest products and explore future trends and opportunities in the Chinese market, according to the organizers. To be held at the Hainan International Convention and Exhibition Center in Haikou, capital of the island province of Hainan, the event, also known as the Hainan Expo, is the country's first and only national platform featuring imports of consumer products. Chinese consumers can enjoy a special policy that waives taxation for purchasing some imported products at the event, said officials with the Hainan provincial government, which is jointly sponsoring the … [Read more...] about Global spotlight to shine on Hainan
Q I’m feeling really lonely. I have a lovely husband and enjoy my job, but have no friends to confide in. I lost touch with most of my old schoolmates long ago, and while I made some friends when my children were small, we drifted apart as they grew older. Lockdown has allowed me not to think about this, but now we are emerging, I would dearly love to make new friends, but don’t know how to do this in my 50s. A Thank you for sharing your experience of loneliness, which many people will identify with, particularly as the pandemic has cruelly kept us apart from the ones we care for. And well done for writing in — it can be hard to acknowledge you are lonely, let alone discuss it. An anonymous woman who lives in the UK, asked Clare Bailey for advice on making new friends in her 50s (file image) When we reach our 50s, many of those easy friendships and connections made in our school years, or through work and parenting, can falter. As people move on or become time … [Read more...] about A problem shared…GP and mother-of-four Clare Bailey gives her indispensable advice: How can I make new friends at 50?
Email By Nicola Gage and Inga Ting Posted August 03, 2017 06:04:02 Sorry, this video has expired Video: 'Ordinary' Australians are becoming an endangered species (ABC News) Related Story: 'Ordinary' Australia probably isn't where you think it is Related Story: Census data reveals SA leads the states on volunteers Map: Adelaide 5000 When you think of Adelaide, does the label, City of Churches, ring to mind? 'Ordinary' Australia probably isn't where you think it is If there's one group of Australians politicians say they care about most, it's "ordinary" Australians. But who are they? And do they even still exist? It's a label that has become synonymous with South Australia's capital for the best part of two centuries. And while it does boast its fair share of cathedrals, census data shows only a quarter of its inner-city residents (26 per cent, or just under 4,000 people) are Christian. When you combine all suburbs in … [Read more...] about 2016 Census: ‘City of Churches’ label spreading thin across Greater Adelaide communities
Bollywood star Jacqueline Fernandez , who recently set up a foundation to create and share stories of kindness, on Thursday visited an NGO in Mumbai that provides food to those in need. There she helped prepare and distribute meals to people. She had recently launched her You Only Live Once (YOLO) foundation, which has ties with several NGOs that are motivated to help people during the pandemic. She took to her Instagram handle and shared pictures of visiting one such NGO, Roti Bank, in Mumbai. She captioned the post as, "Mother Teresa once said, 'Peace begins when the hungry are fed.' I was truly humbled and inspired to visit Mumbai @rotibankfdn today, which is run by former Mumbai police commissioner Mr. D Sivanandan. Roti Bank has prepared and distributed meals to millions of hungry people till date, even during the pandemic." Priyanka Chopra Jonas lauds Sonu Sood's free education for COVID affected kids appeal, Smriti Irani replies Priyanka, who has been … [Read more...] about Jacqueline Fernandez distributes meals in Mumbai amid Covid crisis