The Iran Project
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IRNA – A Greek Sunni cleric expressed his deep sorrow at the fact that extremist groups tarnish Islam’s holy name, and said that the Muslim world needs to be united more than ever. Referring to the numerous problems in the Muslim world and divisive actions of the enemies, Othman Hamza, the Mufti of Didymoteicho and one of the Sunni figures in Greece, said, “The Muslim world is suffering lack of unity, and if Muslims become united, what the Holy Prophet demands, they will get rid of problems and the Muslim world will thrive.” In a meeting with the Iranian Cultural Attaché Ali Mohammad Helmi, at the Muftiate of Didymoteicho, the mufti reminisced his recent trip to Mashad to participate in the inauguration of the conferenceMashhad Capital of Islamic Culture’ and said, “The good arrangement of the ceremony that provided a spiritual atmosphere for the lectures is thankworthy.
The Economic Times
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A serious illness, like most calamities, often arrives unannounced. And much like a natural disaster, takes a grievous toll: physical, emotional and financial. Worse, the diseases that were often encountered typically after 50 years of age, have now begun to strike as early as in one’s 30s and 40s, given the stressful and unhealthy lifestyles. According to the latest India Fit report from GOQii, a fitness technology platform, one in three people above the age of 30 suffers from a lifestyle disease, be it cardiac issues, diabetes or high cholesterol, which often escalate to serious health issues. A government report suggests there are more than three crore heart patients, while the World Life Expectancy data shows heart ailments, lung diseases and strokes to be the leading causes of death in India. The National Cancer Registry Programme of the Indian Council of Medical Research claims there were nearly 38 lakh Indians suffering from cancer in 2012-14.
ITV
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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KINGSWAY Fitness Suite at North Lindsey College has been supporting a phenomenal student rebuild her future after suffering horrific injuries in a road traffic accident in 2015.Beth Johnson, 21, was hospitalised for over a year after the accident but with sheer determination, she is now on her way to recovery. Beth has now joined the gym at the Scunthorpe college and has been working with the team at Kingsway Fitness Suite, who have created a program specifically tuned to her physio requirements...
Ashford Herald
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Former Dover mayor Veronica Philpott has died.The long serving town councillor, also known as Ronnie, passed away when her life support machine was switched off with her family at her bedside at Kent and Canterbury Hospital on Friday (May 25). Her husband Christopher, who works for he franchise holder at Dover Town Hall, described her as a true people's person.She had been suffering from motor neurone disease.Ronnie proved a popular town mayor of Dover in the year 2013-2014. She was...
Informed Comment
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The Bolton News
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A YOUNG cricketer who suffered a brain haemorrhage during a match is hoping to be given the all-clear to get back onto the playing field.
The Sun Daily - Sport
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The Sun Daily
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The Iran Project
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However, despite high hopes the first city council turned out to be nothing but a cause of shame for the Reformists. The council was initially filled in with big names: the likes of Abdullah Nouri, former interior minister and deputy speaker of the parliament, and Saeed Hajjarian, the ‘brain’ of the Reformist camp. A few months into the council, the former was tried and sentenced to five years in prison by the judiciary, and the later miraculously survived an assassination attempt , but suffering from complications, played a marginal role in the council. Afterwards, the council gradually delved into bitter infighting, particularly between the maverick Ebrahim Asgharzadeh and Tehran mayor Hassan Malek-Madani, reaching to the point that Khatami’s government, to much chagrin, finally opted for its dissolution. In hindsight, it appears that the bitter experience of the first city council in Tehran heralded the decline of the Reformists for the next decade.
BBC News 24
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now form the centre of Europe in the European Union. I think Britain, the UK, is going to have a hard way of that. It was a decision they were forced into and now they are suffering the consequences, as we are suffering the consequences.
Daily Mail - Home
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China Daily
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Activists are doing their best, but the sheer number of homeless - often injured - animals is too much for the patchy network of shelters, charities and volunteers. James Skinner and Huang Chenkuang report from Wuxi, Jiangsu province.
Sky News
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What I would say is that is not just about having Bobbies on the beat but the type of Bobbies, from my days as a proper journalist that local newspapers, PCS alls forgetting cutback and community groups were very upset, suffering from things like vandalism. PCS alls were aware of what was.
Sky News
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after suffering its worst flooding for more than a decade. The Red Cross say at least 151 people have died, while 111 people are missing in the west and south of the country. More than half a million people have been displaced by the floodwaters and landslides. Louisa Pilbeam reports
ITV
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about big politics, but if we bring it down to people on the ground - people are suffering from austerity. The fact Theresa May is looking to.
Sky News
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after suffering its worst flooding for more than a decade. The Red Cross say at least 151 people have died, while 111 people are missing in the west and south of the country. More than 500,000 people have been displaced by the floodwaters and landslides. Louisa Pilbeam reports. A paradise destination, Sri Lanka has become hell on Earth
Sky News
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thought to be Muslim. A vigil took place in Portland in memory of the men who were stabbed on a train on the first day of Ramadan. Suspect Jeremy Christian is being held on suspicion of aggravated murder. Sri Lanka has appealed for international help after suffering its worst flooding for more than a decade. The Red Cross say at least 151 people have died,.
Sky News
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tattoo, another example of how people in Manchester and around the world to help those people affected since Monday's attack. Let's take a look at some other news now. The parents of a teenage girls who killed herself after suffering abuse say their daughter would still be alive if the university had offered.
Daily Express
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Sky News
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pain and suffering that a lot of people are going through. The wonderful thing is that it's brought everybody together made them realise that there is a bigger picture to live, because you do tend to think that it revolves around you
Futurism
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BBC News 24
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It was too bad. The All-Stars translated their suffering into lyrics.
Sky News
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passed away peacefully at his home in Georgia. The parents of a teenage girl who killed herself after suffering abuse say their daughter would still be alive if her university had offered a basic duty of care. Emily Drouet died in her halls of residence in Aberdeen last year, following weeks of physical.