'Trump Train' rolls through Seacoast in loud show of support
PORTSMOUTH – Couples portraying President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump were easy to find Sunday at a Toyota dealership.A camouflage
'It’s going to be like war.' Voters eye 2020 election outcome with fear and loathing
Many supporters of Biden and Trump fear violence is likely in November. Each side blames the other.
Pakistan’s provincial KP government to buy ancestral houses of Raj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar
The Department of Archaeology in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province has decided to allocate sufficient funds for purchasing the two buildings, which have been declared as the national heritage.
Islamist militants kill 18 in north-eastern Nigeria
The Islamic State group said it was behind the ambush on a convoy of government officials.
Number of people hospitalised with Covid-19 rises to 110, highest figure since June
The number of people hospitalised with Covid-19 in the state has risen to 110, the HSE has confirmed.
An Assessment Of NDC’s Manifesto On Climate Change Commitment And Food Security
Our team assesses NPP 39;s Manifesto scored it 0% on climate change and 63% on food security and agriculture. It was widely published across many media networks. We present in this report an assessment of the NDC 39;s manifesto on the same issues.
Double lung transplant woman's 'wonderful' new life
A new report from the International Registry of Organ Donation and Transplantation show Ireland now has the sixth-highest rate of lung transplants in the world.
Two Members Of Lebanese Security Forces Killed In Armed Clashes
Two members of the Lebanese Security Forces were killed in an exchange of gunfire with militants in the north of the country late on Saturday, the army said.
Iran Says Doesn’t Care Who Takes Helm at White House
It does not matter to Iran who wins the US presidential election as long as Washington has not shifted its unlawful policy of sanctions, Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations says.The post Iran Says Doesn’t Care Who Takes Helm at White House appeared first on Iran Front Page.
Anti-coal environmentalists stage protests around western mine in Germany
Hundreds of environmentalists marched to the western mine in Germany on Saturday to protest in and around the mine. The protest was against coal mining that has been going on in Germany for years now. The agenda of the protest was to raise voice against the new orders allowing mining and burning of coal in the country until 2038.