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What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Bananas Every Day

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You will be able to breathe easier Many, many people all over the world suffer from asthma, including children. You may have tried many medications to heal the same but do you know eating banana regularly can help prevent asthma? A certain study has shown that children who ate the minimum one banana every day experienced much less wheezing compared...

Top 3 target swimsuit trend

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Now it may not be the best time to buy a swimsuit but it always good to buy one if you are planning for a holiday or vacation. This article will list the top 3 target swimsuit trend that will save you a lot of time if you are in search of the perfect one.  This swimsuit trend will...

‘At Night All Blood Is Black’ Wins International Booker Prize

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LONDON — “At Night All Blood Is Black,” a short novel about a Senegalese soldier’s descent into madness while fighting for France in World War I, was named on Wednesday as the winner of the International Booker Prize, the prestigious award for fiction translated into English.David Diop, the book’s author, shares the prize of 50,000 pounds, about $71,000, with...

Gaza Militant Group Says 17-Year-Old Killed by Airstrike Was a Member

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JERUSALEM — After a 17-year-old was killed in the Gaza conflict this month — one of 69 children killed in fighting between Israel and militants — a militant group claimed him as a member, though would not say whether he was killed while fighting.The teenager, Khaled al-Qanou, was killed by an Israeli airstrike in the northern part of the...

Japan Extends State of Emergency Until One Month Before Tokyo Olympics

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The Japanese government on Friday extended a state of emergency in Tokyo and eight other prefectures until at least June 20, barely one month before the city is scheduled to host the Olympic Games.Although new coronavirus infections are declining, Japan is still recording more than 4,000 cases a day during a prolonged fourth wave that has strained medical systems...

Your Wednesday Briefing – The New York Times

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One year on from George Floyd’s deathYesterday marked one year since George Floyd was killed during a police arrest after he went to buy cigarettes. What followed was an uprising for racial justice nearly unparalleled in American history.President Biden met with Floyd’s family at the White House, five weeks after Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, was found...

Belarus Forces Down Plane Carrying Dissident and Seizes Him

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MOSCOW — The strongman president of Belarus sent a fighter jet to intercept a European airliner traveling through the country’s airspace on Sunday and ordered the plane to land in the capital, Minsk, where a prominent opposition journalist aboard was then seized, provoking international outrage.The stunning gambit by Aleksandr G. Lukashenko, a brutal and erratic leader who has clung...

Your Friday Briefing – The New York Times

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Israel and Hamas agree to a cease-fireA cease-fire between Israel and Hamas took effect early this morning, hours after both sides agreed to end fighting that has claimed hundreds of lives over more than 10 days. The truce, mediated by Egypt, began at 2 a.m. in Israel — midnight in Britain — as people on both sides watched nervously...

Gaza Faces Humanitarian Catastrophe With Shortages of Water and Medicine

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Until Monday evening, the Al-Rimal health clinic in central Gaza City was a key cog in the Palestinian health system. Its eight doctors and 200 nurses administered hundreds of vaccinations, prescriptions, and screenings a day. And Al-Rimal housed the only laboratory in Gaza that could process coronavirus tests.But then, on Monday night, an Israeli airstrike hit the street...

A Fragile Ceasefire Lets Afghans Risk Travel for Eid

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KABUL, Afghanistan — On Saturday, the final day of a three-day national cease-fire for Eid al-Fitr, the three-day Muslim celebration marking the end of fasting after the holy month of Ramadan, the killings in Afghanistan kept coming.A Kabul traffic policeman was murdered Saturday morning, a day after a bombing at a Kabul mosque during Friday prayers killed 12 civilians,...