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The German government has banned a Muslim organization accused of supporting global terrorism through donations, the Interior Ministry announced. Police searched Ansaar International-related buildings in ten German states, said the Interior Ministry of the Berlin Government. The ministry claims that the money the organization raises for alleged aid projects is
We have eliminated Hamas commanders and this is just the beginning, “warned the Israeli interim head of government, hours after a selective attack by the army and intelligence services to take down high military commands from the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the Islamic movement’s armed wing. “Israel will respond, and is
The fate of six families in a neighborhood in East Jerusalem is one of the main triggers for the current wave of violence between Palestinians and Israelis. What started as a series of riots against the families ‘eviction plans in Sheikh Jarrah has escalated to the launching of rockets from
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Sedona NetFusion platform to be integrated into Cisco Crosswork portfolio Cisco announced on Tuesday (11) its intention to acquire Sedonasys Systems, a specialist in hierarchical controllers (HCO). Cisco is eyeing the NetFusion platform, which allows for multiple vendors, multi-domain automation, and software-defined networking. “HCO is the brain that enables transformation
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Berlin outlaws Muslim organization for alleged link to terrorism
The German government has banned a Muslim organization accused of supporting global terrorism through donations, the Interior Ministry announced. Police searched Ansaar International-related buildings in ten German states, said the Interior Ministry of the Berlin Government. The ministry claims that the money the organization raises for alleged aid projects is
Autonomous bus advances at Tokyo airport
Japanese airline All Nippon Airways is participating in a project to introduce an autonomous bus at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport. The project also has the collaboration of the Chinese giant electric bus manufacturer BYD and the BYD K9 model, which has the capacity to transport up to 57 people. After
Argentine President visiting Portugal has little decision-making power
Analysts consider that the Argentine President, who arrives in Lisbon today, is politically weakened, without popular support and without exercising real power in his country, a far cry from Alberto Fernández, who, as a candidate, visited Portugal in 2019. “The current Alberto Fernández, compared to the one who visited Portugal
Turkey’s vast military operation against PKK positions in Iraq
Turkish fighter planes continued today to bombard Kurdish guerrilla bases in northern Iraq with “search and clean up” operations by ground commands, while the arrests of pro-Kurdish activists by Baghdad authorities continued. The Defense Ministry indicated that Turkish military forces on Friday launched a new air and ground offensive against
Pentagon and Espionage escape public UFO report
The Pentagon, the Intelligence Services, and some military agencies are blocking or simply ignoring efforts to catalog their files on unidentified flying objects (UFOs), designed to produce a final public report that would be presented to Congress, reveals Politico. The task force in charge of the Senate to evaluate this
US, Japan, France special forces to conduct urban drills
Elite units of the armed forces of the United States, France, and Japan during the joint exercises that began on Tuesday will for the first time practice combat in an urban setting. They will take place in specially rebuilt scenery at the Kirishima training ground on the southwestern Japanese island
David Fonseca edited a tribute album to David Bowie
The musician David Fonseca edit, “Bowie70”, an album in honor of David Bowie, in which he interprets, with the help of several guests, themes of the British author, who died in 2016. “Bowie70” – a title that alludes to Davie’s 70 years Bowie – gathers songs by the British musician
Jazz Aviation is the latest company to fly Embraer E175 aircraft
Canadian Jazz Aviation, a subsidiary of Chorus Aviation, started flying its first of 25 Embraer E175s on behalf of Air Canada on the morning of Monday, May 3. According to Embraer, the flight left Toronto for Regina, both in Canada, under the banner of the regional subsidiary Air Canada Express.
Argentine President visiting Portugal has little decision-making power
Analysts consider that the Argentine President, who arrives in Lisbon today, is politically weakened, without popular support and without exercising real power in his country, a far cry from Alberto Fernández, who, as a candidate, visited Portugal in 2019. “The current Alberto Fernández, compared to the one who visited Portugal
When satellites from the USSR helped Argentina sink British ships in the Malvinas
The information helped Argentine pilots to send vessels to the bottom of the sea. Soviet leaders might have had little sympathy for Leopoldo Galtieri’s Argentine Military Junta, but in the South Atlantic Conflict, the Kremlin authorities opted for pragmatism: my enemy’s enemy is my friend. It was then that Moscow
Argentina raises more than $ 2 billion in taxes on wealth
Argentina raised more than $ 2 billion with an extraordinary tax on wealth, paid by 80% of the people affected by this tax to pay for spending on the coronavirus pandemic, the government said on Monday (3). The collection with this tax, promoted by the government of the center-left president
Compressed abstract expressionism: Willem de Kooning’s painting
  It is not new that much of what was characterized as the language of modern art consisted of a journey towards abstraction. If it is the impressionists who make the break with the linear perspective and the cubists the first to decompose the figure, for many, it followed with
NASA fails to prevent deadly asteroid collision with Earth
In a mere academic exercise, a team of NASA researchers was confronted with the likelihood that an asteroid would appear on a collision course with our planet and was unable to avoid the impact. We would have to endure the collision, ”said Lindley Johnson, NASA’s Planetary Defense Officer. The expert
Manchester City wins seventh English title the third in four years
Manchester City benefited from Manchester United’s defeat against Leicester (1-2) in the 36th round. Manchester City today secured the seventh title of English football champion, and third in four years, in the face of Manchester United’s defeat at Leicester (1-2) in the 36th round. With three games to play, the
Russian humanoid robot makes its way to the International Space Station
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft docked with the International Space Station successfully late on Tuesday evening, after an initial attempt to do so didn’t end up working as planned on Saturday night. This second attempt went off without a hitch, however, and the capsule is now parked at a port on
Cisco Acquires Sedonasys Systems to Offer More Advanced Network Automation Platform
Sedona NetFusion platform to be integrated into Cisco Crosswork portfolio Cisco announced on Tuesday (11) its intention to acquire Sedonasys Systems, a specialist in hierarchical controllers (HCO). Cisco is eyeing the NetFusion platform, which allows for multiple vendors, multi-domain automation, and software-defined networking. “HCO is the brain that enables transformation
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Qiskit
Qiskit is an open-source framework for quantum computing. It provides tools for creating and manipulating quantum programs and running them on prototype quantum devices on IBM Quantum Experience or on simulators on a local computer. It follows the circuit model for universal quantum computation and can be used for any quantum hardware (currently supports superconducting qubits and trapped ions) that follows this model. Qiskit was founded by IBM Research to
Jazz Aviation
Jazz Aviation LP, commonly shortened to Jazz, is a Canadian regional airline based at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Enfield, Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chorus Aviation. Jazz Aviation provides regional and charter airline services in Canada and the United States, primarily under contract to Air Canada using the brand name Air Canada Express, and also as
Argentina Politics
In the 20th century, Argentina experienced significant political turmoil and democratic reversals. Between 1930 and 1976, the armed forces overthrew six governments in Argentina; and the country alternated periods of democracy (1912–1930, 1946–1955, and 1973–1976) with periods of restricted democracy and military rule. Following a transition that began in 1983, full-scale democracy in Argentina was
Berlengas Archipelago
The Berlengas are a small archipelago composed of granite islands, which are located west of Cabo Carvoeiro in Peniche, on the coast of Portugal. It is with great pleasure that we collect some basic information about this wonderful destination. The island of Berlengas is located in the Atlantic Ocean about
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Countries that start with “A”
Countries that start with “A” # Country Population (2020) Area (Km²) Density (P/Km²) 1 Argentina 45,195,774 2,736,690 17 2 Algeria 43,851,044 2,381,740 18 3 Afghanistan 38,928,346 652,860 60 4 Angola 32,866,272 1,246,700 26 5 Australia 25,499,884 7,682,300 3 6 Azerbaijan 10,139,177 82,658 123 7 Austria 9,006,398 82,409 109 8 Armenia
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Countries that start with: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z There are 195 countries in the world today. This total comprises 193 countries that are member states of the United Nations and 2 countries
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    On April 14, 1912, the British liner RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg in the North Atlantic at 11:40 p.m. ship’s time and began sinking. (The ship went under two hours and 40 minutes later with the loss of 1,514 lives.) Also on this date: In 1759, German-born English composer George Frideric Handel died in...
  • Golda
    On March 17, 1969, for the first time, a woman assumed the leadership of the Israeli government. Meir’s resolute character earned him the recognition of Ben Gurion, the founder of Israel, of whom she had been a minister. Golda Meir was the first and until now the only woman at the head of government in...
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    On this day October 2: International Day of Non-Violence; Gandhi Jayanti in India 1263 – Scottish–Norwegian War: The armies of Norway and Scotland fought the Battle of Largs, an inconclusive engagement near the present-day town of Largs in North Ayrshire, Scotland. 1879 – Qing China signed the Treaty of Livadia with the Russian Empire, but the terms were so unfavorable that the Chinese government refused to ratify the treaty....
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Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment
The Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment (MOXIE) is a technology demonstration on the NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance rover to investigate the production of oxygen on Mars. On 20 March 2021, MOXIE produced oxygen from Martian atmospheric carbon dioxide using solid oxide electrolysis. The technology demonstrated by MOXIE may eventually be scaled up to provide breathable oxygen, oxidizer, and propellant in a human mission.
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Today in History: Titanic hits an iceberg in 1912, Abraham Lincoln shot in 1865
On April 14, 1912, the British liner RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg in the North Atlantic at 11:40 p.m. ship’s time and began sinking. (The ship went under two hours and 40 minutes later with the loss of 1,514 lives.) Also on this date: In 1759, German-born English composer
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Black operation
A black operation or black op is a covert or clandestine operation by a government agency, a military unit, or a paramilitary organization; it can include activities by private companies or groups. Key features of a black operation are that it is secret and it is not attributable to the organization carrying it out. A single such
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