تصاویری از زیبای ها و رازهای شگفت انگیز کهکشان راه شیری نسیم توسعه به نقل از اقلیم زاگرس: تصاویری از زیبای ها و رازهای شگفت انگیز کهکشان راه شیری مریخ کهکشان بالای سر ما ژوپیتر توده ابر کهکشان بالای سر ما کهکشان بالای سر ما
تصاویری از زیبای ها و رازهای شگفت انگیز کهکشان راه شیری
نسیم توسعه به نقل از اقلیم زاگرس: تصاویری از زیبای ها و رازهای شگفت انگیز کهکشان راه شیری
Turkey may have gotten kudos for tipping the balance in Libya, but Russian countermoves raise the prospect of Turkish collaboration with Russia in the North African country, which is not to the liking of countries that have been giving plaudits to Ankara.
Following the breakdown of the Riyadh agreement, and renewed fighting in April, Saudi Arabia hosted the STC president to discuss the situation, but it remains doubtful the Gulf state can offer an easy solution if the war with the Houthis is not settled first.
Updates on the action from Newcastle and Deauville‘Forgotten’ on-course bookmakers left counting costAny comments? You can email Chris | Tweet @claimsfive 6.49pm BST So Resumption Day ends with a pair of very promising young winners sired by Frankel, whose big stride showed up in both their performances. As you’d expect after two blank months, the […]
South Africa reverses decision to open schools; Sweden reports fewest new infections since 27 March, Brazil passes 500,000 casesIran’s rapid rise in cases stokes fears of second waveColosseum reopens to touristsCoronavirus latest: at a glanceSee all our coronavirus coverage 6.45pm BST The coronavirus outbreak has led to a child care crisis that threatens to undermine […]
The Last Week Tonight host responds to America’s ‘brutality bingo’, the protests over George Floyd’s death, and attempts to discredit mail-in voting“It’s been a truly brutal week, with protests across the country in response to the horrific killing of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police,” said John Oliver on Sunday’s Last Week […]
The political and media classes have been way too close for way too long, but YouTube and 5G conspiracies are no replacement for good reportingHello, #scumedia here. Being scummy, obviously, because while in the US, members of the press are being shot in the eye with rubber bullets or pinned down, beaten, teargassed and arrested […]
Majority agree move would improve gender diversity and mental health, consultation findsA public consultation has found strong support for cutting stock market trading hours in the UK to help improve gender diversity and mental health across the financial sector.Feedback from the LSE’s public consultation found that a “significant majority” were sympathetic to arguments that the […]
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President rants at governors, police and security officialsLaw enforcement must ‘dominate’ or ‘look like a bunch of jerks’George Floyd killing – latest US updatesSee all our George Floyd coverageDonald Trump has urged governors, law enforcement officials and national security officials to take a more forceful approach in responding to protests around the country sparked by […]
Scientists use kirigami techniques to create a sole with pop-up, high-friction spikesThe Japanese art of paper cutting and folding, or kirigami, has led to mind-bending 3D structures from 2D sheets, including spectacular pop-up designs. But now researchers have been getting to grips with the technique for a very down-to-earth reason: creating non-slip shoes.Scientists have revealed […]
Give us the facts. The government scared British people into their homes – now it must reassure them back outSee all our coronavirus coverageCoronavirus – latest updatesJust tell the truth. If the government is to get the country out of the mess of lockdown, it must take people into its confidence. It scared us into […]
Staff say it was a mostly happy moment to see children back in classrooms empty for 10 weeksThere were nerves, excitement, laughter – and some tears – as children, who have been stuck at home since schools were closed as part of a national lockdown to contain the coronavirus, returned to their classrooms for the […]