The UN’s latest reports and numbers for World Water Day

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Access to water and sanitation is internationally recognized human right. Yet more than two billion people lack even the most basic of services. The latest United Nations World Water Development Report, Leaving No One Behind, explores the symptoms of exclusion and investigates ways to overcome inequalities. The report will be launched in Geneva, Switzerland, on 19 […]

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How to Maximize Trade Platinum CFDs

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Platinum is among the most expensive metals in the world. Like gold and silver, platinum is rare and falls into the category of precious metals. The Mayans once used platinum in jewellery. The shiny, silvery-white metal as resistant to corrosion as gold. Today Platinum is used extensively for jewellery. Its main use, however, is in catalytic converters for cars, trucks and buses. […]

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40,000 runners marathon around Tel Aviv’s architecture and white sand

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The Middle East can get very hot, but winters are mild, like Spring in New York City –– the perfect weather for long distance running. Some 40,000 runners, with 2,500 from abroad, participated in Israel’s biggest sporting event of the year. International guests included participants from China, Germany, Poland, Russia, US, UK, Italy, France and […]

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Napa Valley and its joys

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Napa Valley is one of those places you have to visit. For many families, the escape into wine country nestled in the heart of nature. Napa Valley is easy to get into, offers you a proper chance at living high like the richest of the rich with home rentals Napa and with many places for […]

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Iran bans dog walking

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In some Middle Eastern cities, the governments embrace dog walking, dog loving and dog everything. It seems like there are more dog parks than people parks in some areas of Tel Aviv, but if you live in Iran, watch out. Taking your dog out for a spin might land you in jail. The country’s totalitarian […]

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A new method of measuring how forests moderate the climate gets tested under extreme conditions

The tower at Yatir research station gives scientists a unique opportunity to study how forests respond to hear A dry seasonal heat wave, known as a hamsin in Israel, usually sends residents indoors to the air conditioning. But a group of researchers from Austria, Germany and Italy made a special trip to Israel’s Negev desert early last […]

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Combination of Cannabis and other Natural Ingredients as a Topical Medication for the healing of Muscle Pain, Sports Injuries, and Arthritis

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The topical medications have been used for a long time now for mild health issues and are also recommended by doctors in various circumstances or sometimes even for specific problems. Primarily you might have witnessed the usage of the topical medicines in skin related diseases or issues, or possibly for muscle pains. You might have […]

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Sea of Galilee still critical water levels, despite winter rain

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Israel’s fresh water problems have been such an on-going issue that most of the country’s drinking water supplies are now coming from several desalination plants along its Mediterranean coast line. The technology used in these plants has become so advanced that Israel is now sharing it with other countries, including neighboring Cyprus. After experiencing one of the […]

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Farting cows directly linked to global warming

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Global warming and climate change weather patterns which may be causing monster hurricanes and typhoons are more than ever being brought to our attention as the dire results continue to wreck havoc the world over. This year’s COP24 Climate Change Conference ,being held in Katowice Poland, is bringing countries together again to try to find solutions to rising […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Liquidation

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For the savvy small business owner, the world of liquidation and returns can be a very lucrative one. When big businesses accept returns that they have no intention of restocking and reselling, or when businesses of all sizes quickly liquidate their assets at low prices in order to pay off creditors, they create opportunities for […]

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Be Eco-Friendly – Go Paperless!

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  Over recent years, we have all become more conscious of the need to be more respectful about our planet and environment. More and more people are trying to go green in their day to day lives and there are also many businesses that are dedicated to environmentally friendly practices. When it comes to business, […]

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Modern Technology is Helping to Usher in a Greener Tomorrow

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Technology, through its broad application across various sectors of industry and regular life, has managed to streamline almost every aspect of modern society, but there is apparently more to it. According to numerous studies, it has been found that the use of modern technology has severely curbed the negative impacts of industrialization on the natural […]

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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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