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Europe: Pollution linked to 10% of cancer cases : Report

COPENHAGEN: Pollution is linked to more than 10 percent of cancer cases in Europe, a report by the European Environment Agency said Tuesday. Most of these cases are preventable, it said. “Exposure to air pollution, carcinogenic chemicals, radon, UV (ultraviolet) radiation and second-hand smoke together may contribute over 10 percent of the cancer burden in […]Read More

At least 13 killed in Russian missiles strike on Ukrainian

KREMENCHUK: Two Russian missiles slammed into a crowded shopping centre in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday, killing at least 13 people and wounding 50, the regional governor said. President Volodymyr Zelensky said more than 1,000 people were in the shopping centre at the time of the attack, which witnesses said caused a […]Read More

Receiving millions in suitcase: Prince Charles office reacts

Britain’s future king Prince Charles office has reacted to reports of receiving millions in suitcase from former Qatari prime minister. According to the Reuters, charity donations accepted by Prince Charles handled correctly. Also Read: Prince Charles to meet British PM Boris Johnson Prince Charles office also responded after a newspaper reported that he received 3 million […]Read More

Shan Masood reaches 1000-run mark in county cricket

England: Pakistan’s left-handed opener, Shan Masood, has made history as he became the first player to pass 1,000 first-class runs in the English County Championship this season. Shan achieved the milestone during his 46 runs knock against Sussex while representing Derbyshire County Cricket Club. Also Read: T20 Blast: Shan Masood keep Derbyshire on track Shan […]Read More

Russian missiles hit targets across Ukraine

KYIV: Dozens of Russian missiles have struck targets across Ukraine, with the capital Kyiv enduring the heaviest barrage in months. A Kyiv apartment block destroyed, killing at least one and wounding six others including a seven-year-old girl. Ukraine says 14 missiles fired at the Kyiv region on Sunday, but the strikes extended far beyond the […]Read More

Vladimir Putin defends Russia’s stance on the global food crisis

MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow’s military action in Ukraine was not responsible for the global food crisis, instead blaming the West for preventing the export of Russian grain. “The food market is unbalance in the most serious way, Putin. Addressing a “BRICS Plus” virtual summit that brought together the leaders of 17 countries. […]Read More

Sievierodonetsk: Ukrainian troops set to pull back

KYIV: Ukrainian troops will retreat from Severodonetsk after weeks of fierce fighting over the key city, a senior Ukrainian official said on Friday, in a major boost to Russia’s goal of seizing a swathe of eastern Ukraine. The announcement came shortly after the European Union granted Ukraine candidate status in a show of support for […]Read More

Prince Charles to meet British PM Boris Johnson

Kigali: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with Prince Charles in Kigali on Friday on the sidelines of a meeting of Commonwealth leaders, after media reports the heir to the throne privately described the government’s plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda. as “appalling”. “How strained is the relationship between the Prince of Wales […]Read More

English cricketer Adil Rashid to perform Hajj, miss out on

England’s leggie Adil Rashid will miss the team’s limited over series against India as he will make the Hajj pilgrimage, ESPNcricinfo reported. The leg spinner has exited Yorkshire’s T20 Blast campaign as well after the county club and England granted him leave. The leggie will fly out to Saudi Arabia this Saturday and will return in mid-July, […]Read More

Vladimir Putin health: Pivotal yet shrouded in uncertainty

PARIS: The claims made about the health of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who will be 70 in October, are lurid and macabre, as well as impossible to verify. Baths in blood extracted from the antlers of Siberian deer. Excrements scooped up by loyal officials to evade analysis. Mysterious absences for emergency medical treatment. Also Read: […]Read More

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