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Syria: Who’s in control of Idlib?

The northern Syrian province of Idlib is the last final stronghold managed by forces against President Bashar al-Assad. Syrian government forces, subsidized by using their Russian allies, have stepped up bombardment of the rebel-held territory. According to the UN, almost 300 people have died in Idlib province and more than 300,000 humans have been displaced […]

Women’s World Cup: What is the pay gap?

Swine fever: How is Asia coping with the outbreak?

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Tour de France 2019: Geraint Thomas puts time into rivals as Teunissen retains yellow

Geraint Thomas won time on his competitors for the overall Tour de France victory by completing 2d on degree two’s group time trial with Team Ineos. The British-primarily based team had been first out and finished the 27.6km race around Brussels in 29 minutes 18 seconds. Jumbo-Visma received the degree with the aid of 20 […]

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Cricket World Cup: Australia’s Usman Khawaja out of tournament, says Justin Langer

Australia’s Usman Khawaja is out of the World Cup with a hamstring injury, says teach Justin Langer. Khawaja, who were batting at number three, picked up the injury for the duration of Saturday’s defeat via South Africa. “I feel that sad for him that he’s going to overlook the World Cup semi-very last,” said Langer, […]

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Women’s World Cup: Why France 2019 will go down as Megan Rapinoe’s tournament

“Equal pay! Equal pay!” The refrain of defiant chanting from fans on the bought-out Stade de Lyon showed all of us’s suspicions: this was Megan Rapinoe’s World Cup. The USA co-captain took home the trophy for the second tournament in a row. She scored the opener within the final, received the Golden Boot, the Golden […]

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Syria: Who’s in control of Idlib?

The northern Syrian province of Idlib is the last final stronghold managed by forces against President Bashar al-Assad. Syrian government forces, subsidized by using their Russian allies, have stepped up bombardment of the rebel-held territory. According to the UN, almost 300 people have died in Idlib province and more than 300,000 humans have been displaced […]

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Women’s World Cup: What is the pay gap?

Women’s soccer is speedy developing in recognition, with the global viewing target audience for the Women’s World Cup expected to reach as much as one thousand million. But the gamers themselves are increasingly questioning the extent of earnings and prize cash they receive in comparison to their male counterparts. US World Cup winner Hope Solo […]

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Swine fever: How is Asia coping with the outbreak?

Countries throughout Asia are struggling to incorporate an endemic of swine fever, that’s threatening the livelihoods of millions of households that rely on pig farming. The pretty contagious and incurable virus is lethal to pigs however not risky to humans. The disorder at first unfold from Africa to Europe and is now affecting several Asian […]