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Is sunlight the new oil for the Countries of GCC?

The sun could be the new oil for the GCC countries says a report published by the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) at the the ongoing Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.   According to the Irena, the Gulf countries stand to save $87 billion from lower oil and natural gas consumption...

War Time Pressures Force ISIS to Cut its Fighters’ Salaries by 50%

Documents leaked from inside the ISIS territory reveals that wartime pressure of the Islamic State is forcing it to slash its fighters’ salaries by half.   While ISIS operates as a government over parts of Iraq and Syria despite the fact that it might seem like a ragtag group of terrorists...

UN Report says More Around 3,500 Yazidi Enslaved by Isis

Around 3,500 people in Iraq, primarily women and children from the Yazidi community have been enslaved by the Islamic State militants, says a UN report.     The atrocities that were committed by the terrorist group amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, the report...

Iran to Buy a Batch of Tractors and Trucks in the Czech Republic

Iranian companies are going to buy tractors and trucks in the Czech Republic, said "The Czech TV" on Tuesday, January 19, 2016. Czech trade delegation arrived in Iran for talks with local government and private companies. Minister of Trade and Industry of the Czech Republic Jan Mládek opened a...

First Ever Flower Grown in Space During a Veggie Experiment

With the first ever bunch of zinnia flowers blooming in space, the attempt of astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS), who have been there for nearly two years, the attempts to cultivate edible plants in microgravity became somewhat successful.   "First ever flower grown in...

Dokovic Says he was Offered $200,000 to fix a Match in 2006

Novak Djokovic spoke in depth for the first time about being offered $200,000 (£140,000) to fix a match 10 years ago on a day of extended drama and fevered speculation.   However Roger Federer, the game’s most venerated player, called the latest allegations, to be aired on the BBC on Tuesday...

Hollande Declares War On Unemployment

French President Francois Hollande has unveiled measures to combat unemployment, saying that the economy entered "a state of emergency." These measures include establishment of retraining programs for unemployed and providing additional subsidies to small businesses. "We have to make sure that...

Homegrown Jihadi Intellectual Behind Islamic State Attack on Indonesia say Police

Bahrun Naim, identified by police as the mastermind behind the deadly attack on Jakarta claimed by Islamic State, was quietly running an Internet cafe in the small Indonesian city of Solo seven years ago.   Naim is believed by police to have been pulling the strings from Raqqa, the radical...

The Biggest Threat to Global Economy in 2016 Is Climate Change Disaster, Say Experts

According to a survey of 750 experts conducted by the world Economic Forum, a catastrophe caused by climate change is seen as the biggest potential threat to the global economy in 2016.   Global warming had catapulted its way to the top of the list of concerns which became evident at the...

New Explosions Resounded in the Indonesian Capital

New explosions occurred at the heart of Jakarta, according to Kompas TV. According to preliminary data, the bombings thundered close to a spot of shooting took place just a few hours earlier. The police have already arrived at the scene. At least 17 people were killed as a result of a series of...
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