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Mohammed Mohiedin Anis had recently returned to Aleppo, with plans to rebuild not only his home, but also his large collection of vintage American cars, despite everything being reduced to rubble. When reporters asked him about the gramophone, he responded, “I will play it for you but first I have to light my pipe. Because I never listen to music ... Read More »

Former beauty queen convicted of funding terrorism

A former beauty queen has been found guilty of funding terrorism after sending her online “husband” £35. Amaani Noor had attempted to join the Islamist fighter in Syria and prosecutors accused her of supporting violent jihad and sharia law. Amaani Noor had married a jihadi fighter online and wanted to join him in Syria Read More »

Ivanka Trump in Qatar

Radiant Ivanka Trump gives a nod to Middle Eastern fashion while putting on a flashy kaftan by a local designer to visit the National Museum of Qatar Trump spoke about her work on women’s economic empowerment, a project dubbed Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, which Ortagus is also a part of, according to BuzzFeed. Read More »

Donald Trump’s controversial makeup

Switzerland-based cosmetics brand’s website crashed Friday after The Washington Post claimed that it produces orange makeup apparently used by President Donald Trump. Read More »

The youngest prime minister in the world

Finland’s Sanna Marin is to become the world’s youngest prime minister at the age of 34.The transport minister was picked by her Social Democratic party after its leader, Antti Rinne, quit as PM. She will be sworn in this week.She will lead a centre-left coalition with four other parties, all headed by women, three of whom are under 35. Read More »

Student Day at University

World Students’ Day is a celebration of multiculturalism, diversity and cooperation among students across the globe. Though originally a day of commemoration of the more than 1,200 students from the University of Prague whose lives were taken in WWII, World Students’ Day has become an occasion for universities the world over to boast their masses of international students, and the good ... Read More »

Prince William in the Strait of Hormuz

The Duke of Cambridge joined Royal Navy sailors on a fast patrol boat in the Strait of Hormuz. As part of his four-day tour of the Middle East, Prince William took to the water with the Royal Navy of Oman, learning about the naval strategies in place to protect British-flagged ships from Iranian attack. Read More »

ISIS Irish Bride!

A 38-year-old woman was arrested on arrival in Dublin Sunday and has been identified by Ireland’s Justice Minister as a former soldier in Ireland’s army, who told CNN in March that she had traveled to Syria as an ISIS bride. Read More »

White House reveals Two turkeys staying at DC luxury hotel

Bread and Butter, a pair of turkeys that will be pardoned by US President Donald Trump, walk inside their hotel room at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, DC on November 25, 2019, while awaiting the White House pardoning ceremony later this week ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Read More »

Bodyguard of ex presidents minister is killed

Bodyguard of ex presidents minister was killed by police during the recent demonstrations caused after price of gas increase. The country  restored the internet after a week long government-imposed shutdown, new videos purport to show the demonstrations over gasoline prices rising and the security-force crackdown that followed. Pictured here is one of the victims, he was a body builder in ... Read More »