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Real Madrid sign Camavinga

The 18-year-old midfielder has already been capped by France's senior national team. Eduardo Camavinga (Cabinda, Angola, 10/11/2002) is a new Real Madrid player. The French...

Slough Children First fostering agency rated good by Ofsted inspectors

Slough Children First’s Independent Fostering Agency has been rated good by inspectors from Ofsted following an inspection of the service in July. In a...

Barney brings his North Clare memories to book

Barney Carr, a US Army veteran who lived many years in Ennistymon, has released his memoirs in the form of his new book, ‘Stories...

Afghanistan: ‘The best way to prevent a migratory crisis is to prevent a humanitarian crisis’

The EU is co-ordinating with the UN and its agencies, other countries, especially with those in the neighbourhood to stabilize the region and to...

Share Facts, Save lives on International Overdose Awareness Day

© UNODC Vienna (Austria), 31 August 2021 – International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is an opportunity to commemorate those who have lost their lives, to...

Xiaomi Mobile Phone Assistant to acquire all the sports data from TheSports

Big names that has imported sports data from TheSports   With Xiao AI and TheSports, you can experience any sport game just like a live audience. LONDON,...

Thousands at DRC conference reflect on ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s call for advancement of women

Participants draw inspiration from ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s life and work as they make plans to intensify community-building activities that promote the full participation of women

UNODC and Japan to further cooperation to promote justice and the rule of law

© UNODC VIENNA, 27 August – At a virtual meeting today, the UNODC Executive Director, Ms. Ghada Waly, and Japan’s Deputy Minister for Foreign Policy...

Hurricane Ida: nearly a million homes without electricity

Here the roof of a house which flies away following the violence of the strong winds @BelonyWindy Hurricane Ida blew so hard that it...

China will block minors at night

Chinese gaming giant Tencent has announced that the company will use a facial recognition system to prevent Chinese minors from playing games late into the night. The system will automatically block access to your account for minors after 22:00. Thus, the company intends to support the call announced by the government to combat child gambling addiction.

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