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Large numbers of people leave New Zealand amid living difficulties, New figures show

Large numbers of people leave New Zealand amid living difficulties, New figures show

New Zealand is experiencing a record number of citizens leaving the country, with many heading to Australia due to living pressures and that Australiam employers offer workers higher pay and better working conditions, The Guardian reported citing new figures. Stats…
Malawi’s vice president, nine others killed in helicopter crash

Malawi’s vice president, nine others killed in helicopter crash

Malawi’s vice-president, Saulos Chilima, and nine other people have been killed in a plane crash, the country’s president, Lazarus Chakwera, said in a live televised address, media outlets reported. The wreckage of the military plane carrying Chilima to a funeral…
Extreme weather, drought kill thousands of fish in Mexico

Extreme weather, drought kill thousands of fish in Mexico

Due to extreme heat and drought, thousands of dead fish floated on the surface of the Bustillos Lagoon, near the town of Anahuac in Chihuahua in northern Mexico over the weekend, Reuters reported. In addition to lack of rainfall, temperatures…
Elephants call out to each other using individual names, a new study finds

Elephants call out to each other using individual names, a new study finds

Elephants call out to each other using individual names that they invent for their fellow pachyderms, a new study has found. According to the study published in journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, elephants are the first non-human animals known to…
Energy drinks could be linked to serious health conditions, new research suggests

Energy drinks could be linked to serious health conditions, new research suggests

Doctors have issued an urgent warning about the consumption of energy drinks, highlighting their potential link to serious health conditions, The Independent reported. The beverages, known for their high levels of caffeine and sugar, are popular among individuals looking to…
Iraqi diver dazzles world by waving “Ya Hussein” banner underwater in Red Sea

Iraqi diver dazzles world by waving “Ya Hussein” banner underwater in Red Sea

The Iraqi diver Mohammed Al-Muayyad has achieved a unique historic feat in the world of diving by successfully raising the flag of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him, alongside the Iraqi flag in the depths of the Red Sea. This…
Scientists discover complete skull of extinct flightless bird in Australia

Scientists discover complete skull of extinct flightless bird in Australia

Scientists have, for the first time, discovered a complete skull of the bird species Genyornis newtoni. The intact skull, unearthed in Australia, belongs to a massive flightless bird weighing about 230 kg, nearly four times the weight of an average…
Muslim Scholars League strongly condemns Tajikistan’s decision to ban hijab

Muslim Scholars League strongly condemns Tajikistan’s decision to ban hijab

The Muslim Scholars League has issued a strongly worded statement condemning the recent ban on Muslim women wearing hijab in public places in Tajikistan. The league expressed its complete rejection of this unjust ban on the Islamic headscarf, considering it…
OIC condemns anti-Islam statements by Argentine President

OIC condemns anti-Islam statements by Argentine President

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has strongly condemned the statements made by Argentine President Javier Milei on various occasions, which “associate terrorism with Islam.” In a recent statement, the organization said: “The Secretariat-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation…
Due to climate change, Venezuela is now first Andean country to lose all glaciers

Due to climate change, Venezuela is now first Andean country to lose all glaciers

Venezuela has become the first Andean nation to lose all its glaciers, with the Humboldt Glacier, also known as La Corona, shrinking beyond recognition, NBC News said in a new report. Once a symbol of pride for Mérida’s residents, the…
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