24 Nov 2020
34th Unity Conference
Faisal Mekdad appointed as new Syrian foreign minister
Israel claims readiness to discuss condition in Gaza
Saudi Aramco oil facility comes under Yemeni missile attack
FM Zarif calls for lifting of all sanctions against Syria
Envoy hails Iran’s nuclear program most transparent among IAEA members
Yemeni minister calls for immediate end to Saudi violence, killing kids
Saudis concerned over return of US return to JCPOA
Tehran vows crushing response to those troubling Iran presence in Syria
Muslim scholar calls on Pope to denounce desecration of Prophet Mohammad
Israeli fighter jets target resistance positions in southern Gaza (photo)
2 Nov 2011 08:29
Happiness leads to longer life
People who evaluate themselves as a happy and positive person not only enjoy a higher quality of life but are more likely to live longer than unhappy individuals.
23 Oct 2011 08:43
Study: Men funnier than women
A new study by researchers of the University of California says men appear to be slightly funnier than women mostly in the opinion of their male counterparts.
23 Oct 2011 07:44
Cholera kills 45 more Somali children
Cholera has claimed the lives of at least 45 more children in war-torn Somalia, while hundreds of others have been hospitalized.
22 Oct 2011 08:11
Rape reports on rise in US military
Latest studies in the US military have found that sexual assaults against female service members are on the rise, with those in Iraq and Afghanistan standing on the top.
17 Oct 2011 08:34
Materialists less successful in marriage
Materialistic couples may work better in the matter of money but when it comes to their marriage they are more likely to be less successful.
15 Oct 2011 09:38
UK single parents bear brunt of change
A British charity has warned that enforcing welfare system's reforms will put thousands of families across the country under "unfair pressure".
18 Sep 2011 09:20
Quitting smoking enhances personality
US researchers have found that people who quit their habit of smoking may also develop a better personality, curbing traits such as neuroticism and impulsivity.
18 Sep 2011 08:59
Somalia has highest child mortality rate
Somalia now has the world's highest mortality rate for children under the age of five, after years of chronic conflict and recurring drought.
34th Unity Conference
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