THOUSANDS of people rallied in Belgrade on Sunday to demand an end to Serbia’s alarming levels of air pollution. The rally came a day after another environmental protest in which demonstrators blocked bridges and roads in different parts of the country and scuffled with riot police.
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As Inflation Hits 30-Year High, Britons Struggle With Food And Energy Price Rise
Nestled amid superstores at a retail park, the Colchester Foodbank in eastern England last year gave out a total of 165 tonnes of food—enough to feed 17,000 people.
Battle Between IS, Kurdish Forces Kills Over 136 In Syria
A FIERCE battle raged in Syria for the fourth day on Sunday between US-backed Kurdish forces and Islamic State group jihadists who have attacked a prison, killing 136 people including civilians, a war monitor said.
Beijing To Test All 2 Million In A Covid Cluster
Southern part of the city identified as the epicentre; Fengtai is about 20 kilometres from Winter Olympics venue
Covid Cases In Delhi Drops Below 10k; Positive Rate & Death Toll Heading South
COVID-19 cases were down to 9,197 on Sunday, the lowest since January 5 when 10,665 cases were reported, with daily positivity rate and toll also dropping in the city.
Missing Arunachal teen found by PLA, to be handed over
THE controversy surrounding the alleged abduction of an Indian boy by the People’s Liberation Army of China could soon end, as the PLA claims to have found a missing boy from Arunachal Pradesh.
Iranian rights defender sentenced to 8-year jail & flogging, says husband
AN Iranian court has sentenced leading human rights campaigner Narges Mohammadi to eight years in prison and over 70 lashes, her husband announced on Sunday, following her sudden arrest in November last year.
Reading all the way to destination in Navi Mumbai
THE Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation in Maharashtra has started library-on wheels in the corporation-run longroute buses so that commuters can make their journey pleasurable by reading books. NMMC is the first corporation to start such a bus library.
German navy chief in Ukraine mess resigns
WHETHER or not the Ukraine situation is amicably resolved between the US-led NATO and Russia, it left the German navy chief jobless.
Priyanka Cong face in UP elections
Party general secretary non-committal on entering poll fray, open to post-poll alliance
Denis the menace for Zverev, faces Nadal next
GERMANY’S racquet-smashing third seed Alexander Zverev was knocked out of the Australian Open in the fourth round by Canada’s 14th seed Denis Shapovalov on Sunday.
The Role Of Laughter IN A MARRIAGE
DR. ICHAK ADIZES explores the qualities of a successful marriage, especially the vital roles of laughter and humor.
When I Left “Karl Liebknecht” (an excerpt)
In the Karl Liebknecht House in Leipzig, Germany, thirty people of various nationalities are seated around an improvised table on the stage in the Events Hall, interpreters behind them, some with texts in front of them, some without, and while it looks as if they’re at an ordinary meeting, they are, in fact, at an exceptional one, one that could be called a performance.
MILO SLADAKOVIC - THE NATURE OF MAN
Burdened with care and appreciation of everyday spectacle Excerpts of everyday life and passion - documentary and behind the scenes stories of daily life and lesser-known events captured around the UAE.
Special Interview with IDA SALAMON
"Belgrade – Walking, Seeing & Enjoying."
A Three-step Plan For Using Visualization Techniques To Improve Your Game
If you can’t imagine it, you can’t do it: a three-step plan for using visualization techniques to improve your game
Boban Marjanovic Is So Much More Than His Size
Most people know 76ers center Boban Marjanovic for his size. And yeah, at 7-3, 290, he’s pretty massive. But the 30-year- old from Serbia is so, so much more than just that.
The Two Steps That Changed The NBA
From outdoor courts in Serbia to the NBA hardwood, this is the inside story of how the Eurostep has become the most unguardable move in basketball.
Djokovic back in Serbia after deportation
NOVAK Djokovic has returned home to his native Serbia .
Deported Djokovic gets a hero's welcome in Serbia
Novak Djokovic returned to a hero’s welcome in Serbia on Monday after Australia deported the world men’s tennis
Tennis star has been ‘harassed', say Serbian leaders
Serbia’s president has said Novak Djokovic had been “harassed … but not humiliated” and the prime minister called his treatment “scandalous” as the world tennis No 1’s home country reacted furiously to his deportation from Australia.