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Bangladesh gave Australia their second straight defeat to take a 2-0 lead by five games in the T20I Series, with a five-wicket win in their second game on Wednesday. Bangladesh is now on the verge of making...
The best watches on July 14th to celebrate France's national day in style
The University of Qatar (QU) Institute of Biology and Environmental Sciences (DBES) celebrated International Biodiversity Day to increase understanding of the importance of maintaining environmental balance and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, especially according to Raisi
The International Space Station looks a bit crowded this week. A NASA astronaut, two Russian cosmonauts, arrives at the rotating science platform and brings the current number of occupants to 10. The three new residents - Mark...
The Russian space agencies Roscosmos, the cosmonauts Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov and the NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei made a successful start to the space station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
More than 450 ships are queuing at the southern entrance to the world's busiest trade route, and the backlog has put a heavy strain on global supply chains.
Karachi, Tuesday: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Tuesday that Babar Azzam will replace Azhar Ali under pressure as test leader in a series of matches in New Zealand starting next month. Three-match streak lost 1--0 PCB said Azzam will now be a triple captain after taking on the Twenty20 role last year and a one-day captain in May of this year.
United States: Joe Biden enjoys talking about his childhood in the industrial city of Scranton, and as Americans voted on Tuesday, the Democratic presidential candidate returned to his childhood home, signing his name on the wall to wear luck "From that House to the White House with the Grace of God," Biden wrote in black pen on a living room wall behind a photo, signing his name and adding the date, "3-11-2020"