LATEST NEWS

Facebook apologizes after black workers complain of bias

Facebook apologized on Friday after black employees anonymously shared feelings of workplace bias in an online post. The post shared at Medium by a “FB Blind” profile laid out perceived slights by managers, white colleagues, and the human resources department. “No one at Facebook, or anywhere, should have to put up with this behavior,” corporate […]

LATEST NEWS

Protesters in Chile set fire to university, loot church

Demonstrators in Chile set a university building ablaze and ransacked a church Friday at the close of an otherwise peaceful rally marking three weeks of unprecedented protests against social and economic inequality. Protesters clashed with police who had set up barricades to protect private Pedro de Valdivia University, and shortly thereafter the wooden roof of […]

LATEST NEWS

Locadia’s late penalty sends Hoffenheim second in Bundesliga

Hoffenheim moved to second place in the Bundesliga on Friday as they beat Cologne 2-1 for a club record sixth straight victory in all competitions thanks to Juergen Locadia’s injury timepenalty. Jhon Cordoba opened the scoring for the hosts before Sargis Adamyan and Locadia’s second half efforts lifted Alfred Schreuder two points below leaders Borussia […]

LATEST NEWS

Maddinson out of Pakistan clash over mental health issues

Nic Maddinson on Saturday pulled out of Australia A’s clash against Pakistan in Perth on mental health grounds, all-but ruling him out of contention for a berth in the Test squad. The middle-order batsman’s decision comes barely a week after Glenn Maxwell withdrew from Australia’s Twenty20 team to deal with similar issues. Cameron Bancroft will […]

LATEST NEWS

Pompeo slams Iran ‘intimidation’ of IAEA inspector as ‘outrageous’

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday slammed Tehran’s treatment of an inspector with the UN’s nuclear watchdog agency last week as “an outrageous and unwarranted act ofintimidation.” The top US diplomat said Iran “detained” the inspector, who the International Atomic Energy Agency has said had been briefly prevented from leaving Iran. Iran said […]

LATEST NEWS

Emirates Heritage Club offers a number of activities at the Festival of Tolerance and Humanity

The Emirates Heritage Club, during its participation in the National Festival of Tolerance and Humanity Fraternity, which is currently taking place in Umm Al Emarat Park in the capital Abu Dhabi, has presented many workshops and publications such as books and children’s stories, and the Heritage magazine, which is issued monthly by the club. Participation […]

LATEST NEWS

Academics and doctors discuss health problems associated with excessive use of the Internet and electronic games

The National Rehabilitation Center (NRC), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), hosted yesterday the 6th meeting of addictive behaviors and their effects on public health. Excessive electronic games, media and Internet games. Dr. Hamad Abdullah Al Ghafari, Director General of the National Rehabilitation Center, said in a speech during the meeting, “We have […]

LATEST NEWS

Emirates Heritage Club offers a number of activities at the Festival of Tolerance and Humanity

The Emirates Heritage Club, during its participation in the National Festival of Tolerance and Humanity Fraternity, which is currently taking place in Umm Al Emarat Park in the capital Abu Dhabi, has presented many workshops and publications such as books and children’s stories, and the Heritage magazine, which is issued monthly by the club. Participation […]

LATEST NEWS

Al-Kuzbari: Our delegation tried to create common ground based on national constants

Head of the delegation supported by the Syrian Government to the Committee of Discussing the Constitution Dr. Ahmad al-Kuzbari stressed that the committee’s work focuses on discussing constitutional reform that may be amending some articles of the current constitution. Al-Kuzbari said, during a press conference in Geneva on Friday at the end of the meetings […]

LATEST NEWS

Moldovan PM anticipates govt’s imminent resignation

Moldovan Prime Minister Maia Sandu said she believes “things in Moldova are moving toward the government’s resignation and early elections.” Sandu made this remark while meeting with demonstrators who gathered near the parliament building to express their support for the government, whose resignation was initiated by the parliamentary faction of the pro-presidential Party of Socialists […]