[PHOTOS] 2020 Hajj Pilgrims observe social distancing amid virus pandemic - newsheadline247.com
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Hajj 2021: Only 60,000 residents will be allowed to perform exercise, Saudi Govt. declares

“…Hajj 1442 will be limited to the residents and citizens from within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ONLY ” The government of Saudi Arabia has declared that only those residing in the country will be allowed to perform the 2021 hajj due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Saudi Arabia government had in 2020 made a similar Read more

Global Muslim Leader Condemns Israeli Aggression - newsheadline247.com
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Global Muslim Leader Condemns Israeli Aggression

Calls on Muslim Nations to show United Front Defending the Rights of Palestinians PRESS RELEASE The World Head and Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad has strongly condemned the cruelties being perpetrated upon the Palestinian people by Israel. Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said: “The (Israeli) police are using tear Read more

Virtual Facebook currency faces real-world resistance
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Cyber experts say half a billion Facebook users’ information posted on hacking website: Report

Although this data is from 2019 it could still be of value to hackers and cyber criminals like those who engage in identify theft. The personal information of about half a billion Facebook users, including their phone numbers, have been posted to a website used by hackers, cybersecurity experts say, according to CNN. There are records Read more

U.S. President Biden signs historic $1.9T COVID relief bill in first major legislative victory - newsheadline247.com

U.S. President Biden signs historic $1.9T COVID relief bill in first major legislative victory

With the bill now signed, the Treasury Department is expected to quickly get to work on processing checks. President Joe Biden of the United States signed one of the largest stimulus packages in American history into law on Thursday, pouring nearly $2 trillion into a wide-ranging effort to crush the coronavirus and bring back the Read more

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UN suspends two male employees involved in viral sex video

International The United Nations (UN) has suspended two of its male staff allegedly having sex in its official vehicle in Tel Aviv, Israel. Last week, the world body launched an investigation after a video of the incident went viral on the internet. Spokesman of the UN secretary-general, Stephane Dujarric, while speaking with journalists in New York, US, Read more

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EU backs WHO after Trump pull-out threat

By AFP The European Union backed the World Health Organisation and multilateral efforts to fight the coronavirus on Tuesday after US President Donald Trump threatened to quit the global agency. “This is the time for solidarity, not the time for finger pointing or for undermining multilateral cooperation,” European foreign affairs spokeswoman Virginie Battu-Henriksson told reporters. Read more

COVID-19: UK death toll becomes highest in Europe - newsheadline247.com
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COVID-19: UK death toll becomes highest in Europe

By AFP Britain’s death toll from the coronavirus has topped 32,000, according to an updated official count released Tuesday, pushing the country past Italy to become the second-most impacted after the United States. The new toll, from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and regional health bodies, has not yet been incorporated into the government’s Read more

US says 'evidence' virus came from China lab as Europe eases lockdown -AFP- newsheadline247.com
AFP International

US says ‘evidence’ virus came from China lab as Europe eases lockdown

“I think the whole world can see now, remember, China has a history of infecting the world and running substandard laboratories,” By AFP US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday said “enormous evidence” showed the new coronavirus originated in a lab in China, further fueling tensions with Beijing over its handling of the outbreak. Read more