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1. Men’s luxury undershirts – Why it’s a top choice for men all over the globe
January 12, 2018

A man's identity is for the most part described by the clothes he wears. Having said that, let us similarly bring up that there is a considerable amount of verbal confrontation as for the reasonableness of undershirts. Before men felt undershirts were only fit for easygoing trips and exercises and were not fit for wearing to office or parties for that matter. But in all actuality, they make for a much standard style proclamation and if worn properly can work outstandingly in various occasions. They are not any more simply straightforward undershirts they have turned into men's luxury unde... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

2. Better Living through Borscht
November 30, 2017

Do you like beets? Most people do and find many benefits from eating them. In Eastern Europe and especially in Ukraine, they make soup from them and call it “Borscht”. A substance called betanin in beets has proved to be a strong antioxidant, which protect against cancer. It inhibit the growth of breast, stomach, colon, lung and nervous-system tumor cells. Beets are a helpful weapon against your daily confrontation with free radicals and the associated problems they cause. Make sure you load some of these bright red colored vegetables in your shopping trolley. Beets ar... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

3. Factors Those Influence Roof Repair Cost OKC
August 11, 2017

Undoubtedly roof is the vital part that protects home and its amenities from various negative forces. If you have owned any business, you may know, how much roof is important to save your huge investment along with particulars those you have own. With the constant confrontation with various disastrous forces, roof gets weak and needs repairing. In this regard, homeowners should contact with experienced roofers in order to return the roof condition as before. Depending on which type of roof, you have installed, the season you require for repair or replacement and many different factors ar... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

4. Philippine President Admits to 'Personally' Killing Drug Dealers
December 14, 2016

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he personally killed suspected drug traffickers during his two-decade tenure as mayor of the southern city of Davao. Duterte made the admission Monday during a speech before a group of businessmen, boasting that he would ride around Davao on his motorcycle and "just patrol the streets... looking for a confrontation so I could kill." The president said he would kill drug suspects just to show police "that if I can do it, why...... (read more)

5. Somalia Security Forces and IS Fighters Directly Clash for First Time
December 03, 2016

Somali regional forces in Puntland have clashed with pro-Islamic State militants in the country's northeast in the first-ever military confrontation between security forces and pro-Islamic State fighters. Local sources told VOA that today’s fighting occurred near Bashashin village, just 50km west of Qandala after the regional troops were halted by landmines. Governor of Puntland’s Bari region Yusuf Mohamed Dhedo who is leading the offensive against Qandala confirmed the fighting to...... (read more)

6. On West Bank Hilltop, Israeli Settlers Hunker Down in the Face of Eviction
November 30, 2016

On a hilltop in the occupied West Bank, Israeli teenagers are hammering stakes into the earth and erecting tent frames, preparing the ground for a confrontation with Israeli security forces. The devoutly religious young men see themselves as a last line of defense for Amona, a collection of pre-fabricated homes perched in the highlands of the West Bank. It is considered an illegal "outpost" under Israeli law and the Supreme Court has ruled it must be demolished by December...... (read more)

7. Iraq, Turkey Tensions Escalate Over Flashpoint City
November 04, 2016

As Iraq’s Shiite militias attack Islamic State positions southwest of Mosul, a confrontation could be looming with Turkey over the city of Tal Afar. Comprising predominantly ethnic Turkmen, the town is significant to Turkey's President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is insisting that his country has historical claims in the region dating back to the Ottoman Empire. Turkmen are an ethnic minority in northern Iraq sharing a Turkic heritage with Turkey. The former Ottoman stronghold...... (read more)

8. Morocco Protesters Take to Streets Again Over Fishmonger's Death
October 31, 2016

Thousands of Moroccans took to the streets in a northern city on Monday protesting for the fourth day over the death of a fishmonger crushed in a garbage truck after a confrontation with police who confiscated his produce and fish. The death in Al Hoceima on Friday of Mouhcine Fikri has triggered one of the largest protests nationwide since 2011 when the February 20 movement organized demonstrations for democratic reform inspired by the Arab Spring uprisings across the...... (read more)

9. Ahead of Presidential Debate, US Teachers Show Better Ways to Argue
October 18, 2016

The third and final presidential debate takes place October 19, marking the end of an exceptionally nasty campaign. The country is more polarized than it has been in decades, leading to confrontation and gridlock over nearly every major issue. For the sake of the country's political future, some grade-school teachers are instructing their students in the art of civil discourse. From a classroom in southern Virginia, VOA's Steve Baragona reports.... (read more)

10. American Aid Worker Kidnapped in Niger
October 15, 2016

Gunmen have kidnapped an American aid worker in Niger. Officials say two of the worker's guards were killed in a confrontation with the gunmen Friday night. Authorities say the attackers took the American to neighboring Mali.  That country's long, porous border has been vulnerable to armed violence in recent years. There has been no claim of responsibility for the abduction. No U.S. citizen had been kidnapped before in Niger where such a seizure of foreigners is...... (read more)

11. Turkey-Iraq Tensions May Complicate Battle Against IS in Mosul
October 05, 2016

As the operation to retake Mosul from the Islamic State group approaches, tensions between Iraq and Turkey are escalating over Turkey's possible military involvement in the attack. The dispute grew more intense Wednesday after Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned that the presence of Turkish troops in the north of the country risked provoking a larger regional confrontation. Around 1,000 Turkish troops are stationed near Mosul to protect what Ankara calls "Turkish...... (read more)

12. Troops in DRC Loyal to Machar Welcome in S. Sudan Areas Under Rebel Control
October 05, 2016

Troops loyal to Riek Machar, South Sudan’s former first vice president, currently in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), would be welcome in South Sudan areas controlled by the Sudan People’s Liberation Army in opposition (SPLM-IO), says Machar spokesman James Gadet Dak.   This, following a military confrontation in South Sudan between opposing forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and his former first vice president in the capital, Juba.   Dak’s comment came after the...... (read more)

13. Iraqi PM Tells Mosul Residents Liberation Approaching
October 05, 2016

Tension between Iraq and Turkey rose a notch Wednesday after a warning by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi that the presence of Turkish troops in the north of the country risked provoking a larger regional confrontation. The growing spat came as military efforts to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul intensified. The Iraqi government issued a protest to the Turkish ambassador Wednesday, following a late night vote condemning the presence of Turkish troops in the north of Iraq. The...... (read more)

14. 3 Days of Mourning in Ethiopia Following Deadly Stampede at Festival
October 03, 2016

Ethiopians began observing three days of mourning Monday, one day after a celebration known as Irreecha, marking the end of the rainy season, left at least 52 people dead in the restive Oromiya region. The trouble happened during a police confrontation with anti-government protesters. The festivities in the town of Bishoftu took an ominous tone when police used force to disperse protesters, thousands of whom were chanting against the government. According to witnesses, some demonstrators...... (read more)

15. 50 Ethiopians Killed in Stampede After Confrontation with Police
October 02, 2016

Several dozen people were killed in Ethiopia’s Oromiya region when police fired teargas and warning shots to disperse anti-government protesters at a religious festival. The tear gas caused panic and triggered a stampede Sunday that killed at least 50 people. Without giving a specific death toll, the government confirmed several people died and others were injured in chaotic scenes during the annual festival, in which the Oromo community marks the end of the rainy season. Several...... (read more)

16. Isolated Russian Outpost Withers Under Confrontation With West
September 08, 2016

The Baltic Sea outpost of Kaliningrad was once touted as Russia's future Hong Kong: separated from the mainland, with a special status that would allow it to thrive through trade. But for Igor Pleshkov, who employs 300 workers in a cement factory in this region of 1 million people wedged between EU members Lithuania and Poland, the future now looks dark. He has watched his business wither in recent months, brought low by protectionist measures imposed by Moscow in retaliation for...... (read more)

17. Mexico Fires Head of Federal Police After Report of Executions
August 29, 2016

Mexico's government on Monday dismissed the head of federal police, Enrique Galindo, after a recent report that detailed grave human rights abuses by officers serving under him. Earlier in August, an investigation by Mexico's National Human Rights Commission concluded that some 22 suspected drug gang members were "arbitrarily executed" in a confrontation with federal police in western Mexico in May 2015. Galindo was removed from his post at the behest of President...... (read more)

18. Zimbabwe Police Fire Tear Gas, Clash With Protesters
August 26, 2016

Zimbabwe police fired tear gas and water cannons to break up an opposition protest in the capital Harare, despite a court order not to interfere with the demonstration. The police action led to running battles with protesters who threw rocks at police, burned tires and set market stalls on fire. The confrontation began Monday when police in riot gear occupied the venue where protesters planned to demonstrate, and told them to leave as they arrived for the march. When some of the...... (read more)

19. Britain to Separate Islamic Extremists from Other Prisoners
August 22, 2016

Britain announced plans Monday to house imprisoned Islamist extremists in separate units from other inmates, after a review found that some charismatic convicts were radicalizing the wider Muslim population in prisons. The government-ordered study concluded that "cultural sensitivity' among National Offender Management Service staff toward Muslim prisoners went too far and "could inhibit the effective confrontation of extremist views.'   "There are...... (read more)

20. Confrontation Possible in Lusaka Over Election Protest
August 18, 2016

Zambia's ruling Patriotic Front has called on police to prevent thousands of opposition supporters from gathering Friday at the Constitutional Court to challenge the outcome of last week's presidential election. The United Party for National Development urged its backers to go to the court and back its petition on the August 11 election, won by incumbent President Edgar Lungu. Lungu's deputy campaign manager, Frank Bwalya, said a mass gathering of UPND supporters could...... (read more)

21. US Commander to Afghan Leaders: Don't Let Political Process Undermine Security
August 18, 2016

The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan urged Afghan leaders Thursday not to allow political differences to undermine recent security gains in the war-torn country. U.S. General John Nicholson made the remarks as President Ashraf Ghani and his governing partner, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, are locked in a political confrontation, raising questions about the survival of their so-called national unity government.   "RS...... (read more)

22. China Responds to US Trade Challenge With Same Losing Argument
July 18, 2016

WASHINGTON— China’s initial response to a new trade confrontation with the United States has been to use the same arguments that led to Chinese defeats in two previous disputes with Washington. The Obama administration triggered the confrontation last Wednesday, asking the World Trade Organization to start a process for resolving a U.S. complaint about duties that China imposes on its exports of nine raw materials to the United States. Those exports include antimony, cobalt, copper, graphite, lead, magnesia, talc, tantalum and tin – raw materials made more expensive for U.S. ... (read more)

23. Istanbul: On the Scene
July 15, 2016

VOA journalist Dorian Jones is in Istanbul. He says he is hearing reports of gunfire in the capital Ankara and in Istanbul, there are reports of military tank units deployed in parts of the city, exchanging fire with  the police. The military apparently has taken control of several key bridges and he has been hearing military helicopters overhead for more than an hour.  Jones says there are reports of a major confrontation between the army and the police near the center of Istanbul. He says the prime minister has called all police officers back to their posts to fight the coup... (read more)

24. China: UN Court Ruling Will 'Intensify Conflict'
July 12, 2016

China's ambassador to the United States has rebuked the U.N. arbitration court ruling that dismissed Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea. Speaking Tuesday in Washington, Cui Tiankai said the ruling will "undermine and weaken the motivation of states to engage in negotiations and consultations" to resolve conflicts, and instead will "intensify conflict and even confrontation." But, he said, Beijing remains committed to negotiations with other parties in the South China Sea issue. Tuesday's ruling by the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbi... (read more)

25. India's Modi Pays Tribute to Gandhi in South Africa
July 09, 2016

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi boarded a train Saturday in South Africa to commemorate a historic 19th-century confrontation that led independence icon Mahatma Gandhi to formulate his renowned policy of nonviolent disobedience. Modi, on a four-nation African tour aimed at strengthening economic ties with the continent, traveled to the eastern province of KwaZulu-Natal, the home of most of South Africa's 1.3 million people of Indian origin. Gandhi was removed in 1893 from a train in the provincial capital, Pietermaritzburg, because of his race, after refusing to leave a first-... (read more)

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