We speak with Syrian refugees

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As of April 2018, it is estimated that more than 5.6 million refugees have fled Syria and more than 6 million people are displaced internally. Many of these refugees are well educated, experienced individuals. However, they face unemployment and lack of direction as they settle in a completely foreign environment. NaTaKallam (“We Speak” in Arabic) […]

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Erratic weather toll on Syria’s agricultural output making conflict worse

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Seeds for farmers, sustained humanitarian assistance needed to consolidate food security gains Extreme weather conditions during Syria’s seventh year of conflict has caused domestic cereal production to decline sharply, two UN agencies announced today. Wheat production this year fell to a 29-year low of 1.2 million tons, about two-thirds of 2017 levels. This was due […]

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How To Hire A Medical Malpractice Attorney

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Not all lawyers are created the same. Some specialize in a number of laws and some only specialize in one type of law. You wouldn’t go to a burger joint and expect to get a top-notch pizza would you? Apply that same theory when you are searching out medical error lawyers. You want to choose one that specializes in malpractice suits. It might also be important to ask the lawyer if medical malpractice law is their primary focus or if they also represent other cases. A lawyer that focuses on other types of the law might not be as up-to-date with medical malpractice suits as what you require.

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Top Five Affordable Destination For Fall 2018

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There is not really a specific season to travel. However, some places might be shining their glorious splendour in certain specific seasons! And by splendour, we mean a powerful exposition of culture, colours and… everything. Now, you might be confused! Should you be going to Russia? Naaa, too cold in Fall. Perhaps Egypt? Too hot? […]

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Why you should never flush your contact lenses

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New research presented by the American Chemical Society at their August meeting warned of the damage disposable contact lenses cause after they’re flushed down our home plumbing, a daily habit of many of the 45 million Americans who wear them. Those flimsy, flexible lenses easily pass through sewage treatment plant filters.  Sinking to the bottom of rivers and oceans, the impacts […]

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EcoDataCenter sucks carbon from your data

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With data centers expected to consume as much as 20 percent of the world’s energy within only a few years, the deployment of energy efficient data centers is crucial. Swedish developer of climate-positive data centers EcoDataCenter has taken a global lead in this segment and is now launching the first carbon positive data center in the world, […]

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9 Merits of Online Doctor Consultations

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In today’s day and age, the internet has massively influenced the lives of people. From online shopping to travel bookings, everything is just a click away. Online doctor consultation has emerged as a blessing for those who live a hectic lifestyle and are not willing to travel long distances for a doctor’s appointment. This kind […]

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High-Level Renewable Energy Conference to Advance Low-Carbon Development in Egypt

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Egypt’s Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy and the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) together with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) will co-organise the country’s first high-level renewable energy conference in the Egyptian capital, Cairo next week. The three-day Egypt Renewable Energy Conference, held from October 9-11, will seek to advance renewables development in […]

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