people, country, time, covid-19

Africa: With Proper Investment in Youth, Kenya's Potential for Progress Is Unlimited   12%

[IPS] Nairobi -- Africa's demographic boom has been hailed as its biggest promise for transforming the continent's economic and social outcomes, but only if the right investments are made to prepare its youthful population for tomorrow's world.

Is Tenet an Inception sequel? How the farfetched theory could come true   100%

It would be one of cinema's best kept secrets

Buried In A Casino Wall, A Dark Secret From Romania's Communist Past   8%

The discovery of a scrap of paper with the names of political prisoners scribbled in charcoal in 1951 and found in a casino wall has reminded many of the evils of Romania's communist past.

Clear and immediate danger in Jorasses Park   25%

Peril looms as Alpine glaciers shrink, and preserving the last bastion remaining free of coronavirus (because nobody can get there): It's time for the Haaretz climate change briefs!

Lincoln Project nicknames Jared Kushner Secretary of Failure: This pampered princeling has never met a problem he couldnt f*** up   -45%

Anti-Trump group of Republicans release scathing attack ad against president's son-in-law: 'Jared Kushner is just like his father-in-law: a failure'

Former Manchester United defender Neville in frame for Matildas job: report  

Phil Neville has emerged as a shock candidate to become the next coach of Australia's national women's team, according to reports from the UK.

Democrats see payoff from pressure campaign on intelligence community  

The push is leading the administration to publish new details of Russia's 2020 election interference.

Say cheesecake: The top seven recipes for a sweet Shavuot   23%

Get ready for the holiday with the ultimate recipes for everyone's favorite Shavuot dessert

Tunisia PM designate to form technocratic govt without parties   5%

Tunisia's prime minister-designate said Monday he would form a purely technocratic government following wrangling among political parties over the formation of the country's next administration.

Scaled-down music events to run Fridays at Campus Martius in downtown Detroit  

A maximum of 100 people will be permitted at one time for the shows in the park's beach area, running Friday evenings through Sept. 4.


Lots of Babys in lots of corners: Dirty Dancing and its many sequels, remakes and video game spin-offs   16%

As news emerges that 'Dirty Dancing' is returning, with original star Jennifer Grey on board, Adam White trawls through the numerous attempts to recreate the original's success

How Arsene Wenger has helped Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta prepare for FA Cup final   51%

With seven FA Cup wins to his name, Wenger is the most successful manager in the history of the the world's oldest cup competition

Want the best Michigan sweet corn you've ever had? You'll need a cooler.   55%

Michigan sweet corn season is here and it's an amazing crop. Want to cook up the best tasting corn? Grab a cooler first.


'Yoni Netanyahus mistake nearly led to disaster': U.K. historian sets the record straight on Operation Entebbe  

The PM's slain brother was not a central figure in the operation, Saul David, on whose book the film '7 Days in Entebbe' was based, tells Haaretz

President George W. Bush proudly displays paintings of world leaders  

You're either with these paintings, or against them: Olmert, Putin, Merkel, Singh, Dalai Lama, among others, inspire Bush's art.

SSR case: Rhea Chakraborty leaves ED office  

New pieces of evidence have been surfacing as the investigation of Sushant Singh Rajput's unnatural death continues with new twists and turns. The enforcement directorate (ED) has been interrogating Rhea Chakraborty, her family members, SSR's friend Siddharth Pithani, former business manager Shruti Modi and others in a money-laundering probe based on the Patna Police's FIR.

Biden's VP search isn't exactly The Bachelor but it comes close  

Biden's pledge to pick a woman has generated some odd optics.

'The kids are going stir-crazy': L.A. battles mansion parties that could spread COVID-19   -25%

The city attorney's office has said homeowners with a history of renting to partygoers could face criminal prosecution and six months in jail.

For first time, Israeli artist wins top British portrait award  

The art prize, which includes a $47,500 cash stipend, was presented to Matan Ben-Cnaan at London's National Portrait Gallery during a ceremony on Tuesday.

Belarus court hands DW reporter 10-day prison sentence  

DW's Minsk-based freelance journalist Alexander Burakov has been sentenced to 10 days in prison after being arrested on Wednesday night. Belarus authorities have been targeting the media ahead of Sunday's election.

DU Open School exam: Students to get 4-hours to finish DU's School of Open Learning OBE-2020 exams  

Students will require to get themselves registered on DU's portal before the start of the exams for downloading the question papers and uploading their answer sheets.

'It's Ridiculous': States Struggle To Accommodate COVID-19 Positive Voters   17%

In Texas, COVID-19 positive voters can be put in the position of choosing between their right to vote and the public's health.

TV for Wednesday, August 12   33%

Wednesday Picks: Sydney's Super Tunnel, Emergency, Rosehaven

'Need to weed them out': V'landys issues warning to players breaking bubble   -40%

The ARLC chair has a message for players in teams out of finals contention who might think they can risk breaching the game's biosecurity rules.

Blind optimism: Eyebrows raised as chief of world's biggest oil company says 'worst is likely behind us'   50%

The world's biggest oil company reported a 73% profit dive but its chief remains confident better times are around the corner. Analysts are not so sure.

Black Lives Matter group apologises to family of man who died in police custody  

Group called for a judge to release footage of John Neville's death to public

Man City savour greatest European night en route to Champions League quarter-finals   10%

Man City 2-1 Real Madrid (agg: 4-2): Gabriel Jesus sealed the victory on the night to put Pep Guardiola's side into the last eight

British Airways accused of industrial thuggery by union boss  

After pilots settle with BA, Unite's Len McCluskey says cabin crew would accept the same deal

'Dynamic' weather to raise flood and beach erosion fears   30%

NSW's latest bout of wild, wintry weather will bring the risk of flooding to parts of the South Coast and generate a powerful swell that could worsen beach erosion.

They used to be auto execs. Now their lives in Michigan are completely different   -4%

Former Ford executive Joe Hinrichs lands a new role after an abrupt exit from Ford. Joining him is GM's former CFO. Both talk about life after autos.


Slipknot frontman speaks out on Kanye West: I just hope he gets the help he needs   30%

'It's one thing to laugh about it from afar; it's another thing to watch a breakdown happening in real-time,' Slipknot frontman says

This recovery will require more than fossilised ideas   -4%

The government's over-reliance on gas to drive the economic recovery will lead to negative outcomes for Australia and the planet.

A year in Nazareth: Capturing a Galilean dynastys culinary tradition   -10%

The 18 months Michal Waxman spent in the kitchen of the Safdi clan – one of whose members is the chef of Nazareth's famed Diana Restaurant – yielded 'Baladi,' cookbook of Arab cuisine.

Trump demands college athletes play despite Big 10 reportedly cancelling football season amid rising US coronavirus cases  

Trump shared Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence's tweet sharing calls from athletes to ensure the season is played

All the best outfits from Beyonc's 'Black Is King' you can't buy and one you can   4%

Valentino, Burberry and other luxe labels play a supporting role in the fashion-packed visual album. Here's a closer look at the outfits and fashion of "Black is King."

Jimmy Fallon ridicules Trumps claim 2020 election could be delayed: Its not the release date for Bill Ted 3!   20%

'I don't think Trump wants to leave. He's like that friend who's been crashing at your house for a while but keeps dropping hints he might need some more time'

A song of nostalgia with a delicate pitch   5%

Polly Samson's novel imagines the lives of George Johnston, Charmian Clift and Leonard Cohen in the Greek Isles in the early 1960s.

Is Princess Beatrices stepson included in the line of succession?   -16%

Princess Beatrice's husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, has one son from a previous relationship

Lewis Hamilton fearful of what could have happened after British Grand Prix last lap puncture   -6%

Halfway round his 52nd and final lap, Hamilton's left-front tyre suddenly deflated at Woodcote corner