Below are 10 incredible facts that sound unreal but are actually true. 1. The New York City is considered the most linguistically diverse place in the world. As reported by New York Times, 173 languages are spoken in public schools, but the total number of languages spoken in the entire New York is greater then 800.
La La Anthony is an American actress, who is not just a common actress, she is also a producer, businesswoman, American television personality, New York Times bestselling author and fashion freak which reflect the way she dresses.However, her lovely images will also affirm that.
Whether you want your booty stronger, bigger, or more lifted, these workouts can help.Harley Pasternak, celebrity trainer, nutritionist, New York Times bestselling author, and Propel ambassador, says he wishes he knew the importance of glute strengthening earlier on in his life.
Apple Park is Apple's (one of the most popular tech companies in the world today) official headquarters. The huge facility is Groundscraper that sports a modern architectural design and structure. The building located at One Apple Park Way in Cupertino, California. Photo Credit: New York Times
The world has come to a halt as the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas continues.Since the start of the crisis, rockets have been launched, dozens of people have been injured, and many people have died, mostly Palestinians.Despite the fact that Israel appears to be stronger on both sides of the conflict, it has also lost a few people to Haman's attacks.
The Isreal-Palestine conflict has entered its 9th day and so far, calls for ceasefire has fallen on dead ears.According to multiple reports, the Hamas militants, have fired more than 3,200 rockets at Isreal and the numbers could be higher if you take into account that this conflict took a turn for the worst 9 for over a week now.
Most times two popular celebrities come together and have fun together, like taking of pictures.Kim Kardashian and Lala Anthony recently posted new beautiful photos on their verified Instagram accounts, and since they posted these photo's their fans has been reacting.On the photo's they are looking shinning and curvy.
The domestic league in various countries recently resumed and it's been exciting so far with fans returning to the stands to watch their respective teams play. The UEFA Champions League on the other hand is set to kick-off in September but the draws for the tournament are scheduled to hold on the 26th of August.
The statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oxford University has been at the center of controversy for a long time now. Some activists have been demanding for the dismantling of the statue, however, their demands seem to fell on deaf ears. Recently, according to New York Times, more than one hundred and fifty academic staffs refused to teach under the said statue, since their request have remained unattended.
According to information revealed by a leader in the Taliban ranks, an announcement has been made from the top of the group, that has immediately put an end to music in the country. The group has announced that along with banning music, women in the country, will need to walk with a male escort to walk the streets.
The whole world is in shock over the news that world philanthropist and Billionaire, Bill Gates and his Wife, Melinda Gates are set to divorce each other after a huge 27 years of marriage.The couple have been influential worldwide because of the Gates Foundation which undoubtedly is the biggest Charity Foundation worldwide.
Women rights activist, Malala Yousafzai once a victim of the terror of Talibans has decried her experience during the reign of the Talibans in her country, Pakistan in the year 2007. Malala Yousafzai opened up in a New York Times essay published on Tuesday, August 17, just two days after the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan.
The Taliban has announced the ban on music in Afghanistan describing the action as a major to curb distractions. According to the spokesman of the group, Zabiullah Mujahid, the group has frowned at music in public places in the country. This is part of the rules to govern Afghans as stipulated by the new Taliban Government in the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
Female reporters have been banned from state television in Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover on Sunday. Days after the Taliban issued a statement revealing that the country will protect women's rights, the group has released a statement banning all female reporters from state television. According to the New York Times on the 17th of August, the Taliban had suspended all women employees from the state television.
Politics and football are two different things to most people but the vice president of Suriname feels both can work together. Vice President Ronnie Brunswijk has been in his political position since 2020 and he decided that one of the first things he'd do as soon as he assumed power would be to purchase a football club, Inter Moengotapoe.
Sickle cell disease or sickle cell anemia is often not identified at an early stage of a child’s life, seeing as its symptoms or certain reactions aren’t evident until the child is about five (5) or six (6) months of age.
The New York Times which is an American daily newspaper based in New York City with a worldwide readership has released a publication reacting to the Nigeria's cultural works that were looted by British soldiers in 1897. The award-winning newspaper owned by The New York Times Company, which is publicly traded nationally and as well has international audiences, published an article titled “In the West, the Looted Bronzes Are Museum Pieces.
In the words of the New York Times best-selling author, Mandy Hale, there’s nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others. Mandy's timeless quote re-echoes hope for humanity inspired by men of goodwill who have stopped on nothing in recreating a better world in the face of pessimism, hostility and cynicism.
During the eleven days faceoff between Israel and Palestine, many people lost their lives with the highest casualty coming from Palestine. About 248 Palestinians lost their lives with majority of them being children and teenagers. The New York Times newspaper on one of their publications on Friday, 28th May, released photos of the children that were victims of the war.
R&B singer, R. Kelly, has disclosed that he will continue to prove his innocence to the world after being found guilty of all charges against him including sexual exploitation of a child, bribery, racketeering and sex trafficking involving five victims. Sentencing is due on May 4 and he could spend the rest of his life behind bars.