The head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, announced today that he was “very distressed” by the conversion of the old basilica of Hagia Sophia into a mosque. The pontiff spoke after the Sunday prayer of the Angelus. “The sea carries my thoughts farther, to Istanbul. I’m thinking of Santa Sofia,” Pope Francis said.
Police in Mali threw tear gas at protesters in the capital on the second consecutive day of protests against the government. The protesters challenged President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita’s most recent request for dialogue. Participation in the protests was much lower than on Friday.
Bangladesh recorded 2,686 new cases of COVID-19 over the last 24 hours, and 30 new deaths on Saturday. That brings the total to 183,795 cases and 2,352 COVID-19 deaths in Bangladesh. Among the newcomers, 38 were men and 11 were women. So far, a total of 160 men and 492 women have died in Bangladesh.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli has been officially approved as the presidential candidate for the ruling Party of the Revolution (CCM) in the general elections expected to be held in October this year. The move was reached on Saturday at the CCM’s General Assembly in Dodoma.
The Indo-China border dispute has been in the spotlight due to the violent clashes in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley over the past month. In the eastern and northeastern areas of the country, there has been a rift over the issue for the past seven decades. China has been claiming Sikkim’s merger with India as illegal until 2003.
It’s a dangerous world out there. These days, you need to do everything possible to keep your home secure. In this handy little guide, we’ll take you through everything you need to know if you’re buying a home security camera. This Guide
1. How Do Home Security Cameras Work?
Wireless cameras transmit video data through a radio transmitter. The data is then collected and stored, either via cloud storage or a built-in device. A wired camera works in much the same way, except that the signal is sent to the storage device via wires instead of radio signals.
Despite a lot of information available online about DevOps, there is still a significant lack of essential information about the steps included in starting with DevOps implementation and how to run it successfully to speed up the development process in collaboration with operations. Here in this article, we will discuss the DevOps practices as explained by experts, the reasons behind adopting DevOps and considering its values to attain success.
A majority of flood victims in Japan have opted to shelter in their own cars for fear of the coronavirus pandemic. Evacuees have flocked the shelters, but are forced to stay in the parking lots. “Shelters should be reserved for those with no other alternatives,” one nonprofit organization said.
Thousands of Malians turned up for anti-government demonstrations that turned chaotic on Friday. The country’s national television, ORTM, went off air after protesters forced their way to the building. It is alleged that the protesters tried to occupy the national assembly and national broadcasting house.
New transcripts have given a detailed account of George Floyd’s arrest and last moments. Transcripts on footage recorded from body cameras fitted on officers Thomas Lane and Alexander Kueng revealed that Floyd said “I can’t breathe” 20 times. His pleas were dismissed by Derek Chauvin who said, “it takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk.”
In the last 24 hours, 30 more people have died in Bangladesh and 2,686 people have been newly identified. So far, 2,305 people have died from Coronavirus in the country. In all, 161,129 cases have been identified. This information has been given in the official bulletin of the coronavirus situation of the health department on Saturday.
The United States has imposed sanctions on several figures of the Communist Party of China (CPC) for violating the human rights of Uighurs and other Muslims. Beijing has already reacted and promises to retaliate against Washington, further increasing tension between the two largest world powers.
The 10th Chamber of the Turkish Council of State annulled a decision of the Council of Ministers, dated 24 November 1934, regarding the conversion of Hagia Sophia from a mosque to a museum, with the decision published on Friday. With that, Hagia Sophia will open to Muslim worship on Friday, July 24.
Amnesty International has issued a statement condemning the execution of a 55-year-old man in Vakilabad prison in Mashhad, accusing him of drinking alcohol. Amnesty called it a sign of the brutality of the Islamic Republic’s judiciary. The statement said that Iranian judicial officials confirmed that a man had been executed on Wednesday for allegedly consuming alcohol frequently.
A protest rally against the arrest of Governor Sergei Furgal was held in the center of Khabarovsk. After a march through the streets, a crowd gathered at the administration of the Khabarovsk Territory and demanded that representatives of the authorities come out to them.
Evangelical churches in Kenya have complained about regulations issued by the government on how worship will be conducted starting next Tuesday. This is due to the advice of health professionals that the elderly and patients are more susceptible when they are infected with the coronavirus.
The major drivers of knowledge management solutions market are rising need for customer satisfaction, competition among industries, need for train employees for delivering best services, reduce training cost and at same time lack of awareness will hamper the market. Knowledge management is estimated to hold the highest market in forecast period due to rising needs to educate employees for providing best services to the customer.
India is famous for its vibrant culture and heritage. It is known as the land of festivals where people of different religions and communities come together to celebrate. Each festival has a story behind it that gives a sneak peek into the history and traditions of the country. They allow people to get together, shop, have fun, relish sweets, and celebrate the customs and traditions prevent in Indian culture.
Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis, and management of teeth disease and supporting structure of teeth. It includes endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and these are basically used in sealants/filling, inlays, onlays, crown/bridges, CAD/CAM, VENEERS. Global Restorative Dentistry market is expected to reach $21.27 Billion by 2026 at a CAGR of 6.5 % during the forecast period.
When the warmth of the summer sun hits your skin, it may get you itching to get out on the water. A boat is a great way to enjoy soaking up the sun, hanging out with family, and reeling in those trophy fish. To get your boat up and running, here are some tips you should follow when ordering your necessary boat parts online.
We live in the 21st century where technology is vast or transforming every day. These transformations are most certainly creating blurry lines between fiction and reality.
If you talk about 2019, it was a growth year for virtual and augmented reality. With these advancements, the recent year 2020 has passed a new way of experience where customers can engage with real-world life into an imaginary environment. These technologies help us to explore computer-generated environments in virtual life and overlay the computer graphics into our actual environment.
Three people are dead in protests in the Democratic Republic of the Congo over the appointment of Ronsard Malonda as the head of the nation’s Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI). The decision was already passed by the National Assembly last week, and it is awaiting the president’s signature.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s influential sister, Kim Yo Jong, says she doesn’t expect her brother to meet with United States President Donald Trump this year. She noted that she sees no reason why her country would give Trump such high profile encounters without receiving a fair reward in return.
At least 526 new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Armenia, pushing the total number of cases to 30,346. That’s according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the Ministry of Health of Armenia. According to the report, 573 patients have been cured over the past day, and the total number of cured has reached 18,000.
A further 499 cases of coronavirus were identified in Nigeria on Thursday, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 30,748. Data released by the country’s epidemics commission Thursday night showed that five people have died in 24 hours, with fewer than 15 dead on Wednesday.
Serbian authorities imposed new restrictions on Thursday, key amongst them, the banning of meetings of more than ten people in Belgrade, after a significant spike in recent days of COVID-19 cases in the capital. These restrictions come after two nights of unrest and protests against the government’s management of the pandemic.
Several cities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were in turmoil on Thursday, responding to the call to protest launched by the UDPS of President Félix Tshisekedi. At least one person was killed in the capital, Kinshasa, and three others suffered gunshot wounds in the UDPS stronghold of Kananga.
Another 548 people were found to be infected with COVID-19 in Azerbaijan on Thursday, the Operative Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers said. According to the agency, 465 people recovered and ten died on Thursday. So far, the total number of people infected with the virus has risen to 22,464.
Israel made an attempt to return to normalcy, but due to a great increase in daily infections, Health Minister Yudi Edelstein has called for partial lockdown. After initially crushing the outbreak, Israel, a country with approximately 9 million people, has seen a huge spike of over 1,000 news cases each day.
All elementary and high school students in Kenya will have to repeat classes next year after the government canceled the tuition schedule this year due to the coronavirus epidemic. Hope that schools will open by September, or at least they will be allowed to return to school, has now disappeared.
Ballon Internet technology, from Google’s sister company Loon, was launched officially in Kenya, and will provide internet service in rural areas. The technology will offer 4G telephone services to enable people to regularly make telephone or video calls and connect to social networks.
Gangster turned politician of Uttar Pradesh, Vikas Dubey (alias Vikas Pandit) was arrested dramatically on the premises of Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Temple (Ujjain ) by Madhya Pradesh Police early this morning. Vikas Dubey, a well known criminal absconded from Dicru Village of Choubepur Block of Kanpur Dehat, after attacking the police team who was going to arrest him from his village in the night of 2nd July, 2020. Eight policemen including DSP were brutally killed in this encounter. He was later declared absconder and a bounty of rupees 5 lakh was kept on his name.
Technology is retreating from a growth-at-all-costs, casting aside an approach that has worked for many mobiles AI generating companies but has sputtered in the real world of mobile and artificial intelligence. On this, Market Research Future study being into the spotlight that the global Mobile AI Industry 2020 will be flowing at a healthy growth rate of 29.52% CAGR during the forecast period 2018–2023. Over this period, the market will also be valued at around $10.28 billion, with the same growth rate by 2023.
Siblings are each other’s best friends, best advisors, philosophers, guide, partner in crime, punching bag and all in all human dairy. From the very childhood days to the grown up days, one sibling can count on the other one for many reasons. Below we have listed a few ways in which siblings have helped each other and have owed nothing but love.
A security camera is used to provide protection for private as well as commercial and industrial places. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Wireless Security Cameras market is growing at a CAGR of 9.6% during the forecast period. Increase of thefts and growing infrastructural developments are some of the driving factors for the market growth. However, higher deployment cost and maintenance are hindering the market growth.
It is said that necessity is the mother of invention! Telemedicine might have sounded like a concept straight out of science fiction, not because it was not possible but more because there was no necessity. Today, however, thanks (but no thanks!) to the COVID-19 onslaught, telemedicine has become not only a necessity but also the default state of reality.
One of the biggest complaints we have heard from tattoo shop owners, and artists all over the nation is that numbing products alter the texture and elasticity of the skin, and cause issues with the tattooing process, and later with the healing process, resulting in an inferior tattoo.
In the past year, hundreds of Hong Kong demonstrators have fled to Taiwan. However, the current laws and regulations governing the admission of Hong Kong people in Taiwan are unclear. Most people have been unsure how to obtain the right of abode, and have difficulties in schooling and employment.
The violent clashes that ensued in Serbia on Tuesday continued for the third consecutive day today, with angry protesters storming the nation’s parliament. The demonstrations are most violent in the country’s capital city, Belgrade. The protesters are opposed to the government’s strategy of fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday announced that the government will provide temporary visas for Hong Kong students in Australia and help them become permanent residents of the country. There are currently about 10,000 Hong Kongers staying in Australia on a temporary or student visa.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that US and allied forces seized a ship carrying Iranian weapons for Houthi rebels in Yemen on June 28. The names of all the passengers are not mentioned. Pompeo also renewed his call for the U.N. Security Council to extend its arms embargo on Iran.
Ivorian Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly died on Wednesday after a cabinet meeting. Coulibaly was rushed to a hospital in the nation’s capital, Abidjan, after he began feeling unwell. He was 61. The prime minister had just returned to Côte d’Ivoire on July 2, after close to two months in France.
Algeria recorded 475 new positive cases on Tuesday, against 463 the previous day. The country totals 16,879 cases since the onset of the disease last February. Some regions are hit hard, particularly in Biskra, where the medical profession itself recorded the deaths of three doctors on Monday.