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  • November 03, 2017
  • East

Tunisian police officers marched in the courtyard of Bardot, near the capital, following the arrest of their colleague Riyad Barouta, who died of severe injuries to his neck when he was stabbed Wednesday. The attacker was arrested immediately after the attack.


Tunis/ Awad Sallam/ Abu al-Qasim al-Shabi or the poet of al-Khadra, a Tunisian poet of modern times born in the village of al-Shabia from Tozeur.

Sheikh Muhammad al-Shabi was a good man who spent his day between the mosque, the court and the house. In this atmosphere, Abu al-Qasim al-Shabi grew up


Thailand held the final stage of the burial of the remains of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died at the age of 88 and his body was burned and ash was distributed in the capital, Bangkok, according to official state traditions.

After the burning of the king, his remains were distributed to two royal temples and his former residence at the royal palace.

Hundreds of thousands lined up, in the streets of the capital Bangkok to bid farewell to the king.


Albert Einstein's theory of happy life is just a note written by a hotel worker who arrived in Tokyo in 1922, Einstein did not have any money at the time, Einstein did not want the man to return empty-handed, wrote to him in German notes.

"A modest, quiet life brings greater happiness than the pursuit of success associated with continuing discomfort," says one note.


An Israeli man stormed the office of the Moscow Echo radio station in the center of the Russian capital and stabbed journalist Tatiana Vilgenwaier, who is reporting on the air.

The Moscow Echo Department said the injured journalist was taken to hospital, while doctors said her condition was dangerous, but her life was not threatened by anything.

  • October 24, 2017
  • East

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi agreed with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macaron on the 2019 Declaration on the Year of Egyptian-French Culture and Tourism.

Sisi announced at a press conference with Macron in Paris that a series of agreements have been signed in the fields of energy, social protection and transport.


The Egyptian doctor, Mohamed Helmi, was dismissed from his work in 1937 by the Robert Koch Institute, which was associated with the Nazi regime in Germany after they came to power, because he was not Aryan, and was classified by the Nazis as a protector of Hama bin Noah. A breed that was defined at the end of the 19th century to refer to the people of North Africa, including the ancient Egyptians and the people of the Horn of Africa.

Helmi was prevented from working in Germany's public health system and was unable to marry his German girlfriend Anna Burroughs. He was arrested several times by the Nazis but was released.


America's first lady, Melania Trump, reduced her staff to a quarter of what Michelle Obama used, bringing her spending inside the White House lower than previously spent.

Melanie employees cost US taxpayers $ 486,700 a year, 40 percent less than the presumption of former President Obama whose first-year aides received $ 1.24 million.


Japan has braced for Hurricane Lan, canceling hundreds of flights and stopping rail services on the day of general elections.

Japan's Meteorological Agency said Hurricane Lan, a Category 4 storm, had arrived east of Okinawa island and was moving northeastward on Sunday morning, carrying winds of up to 40 kilometers per hour.


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lamented his friend, singer Gordon Downey, who died at the age of 53 after a cancer fight.

Trudeau appeared in front of the cameras in a moment of great sadness and pain. "We lost him, Gordon was my friend, he was a friend of everyone," he said.



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