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The 2,000-year-old bathing ritual was discovered in Israel

A 2,000-year-old mikveh, or ritual bath, was discovered in the Galilee region of Israel. The mikveh is part of an ancient Jewish farm discovered in Lower Galilee while excavated by the Israel Antiquities Authority. In a statement emailed to Fox News, Abd Elghani Ibrahim and Dr. Walid Atrash, who led the digging for the Israel Antiquities Authority, said the existence …

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Coronavirus risks ‘biggest increase in child marriages in 25 years’

Image copyright Getty Images Image captions Families are plunged into pandemic poverty, forcing girls into early marriage (file photo) The coronavirus pandemic could lead to an increase in child marriage worldwide, reversing 25 years of graduation, a charity warns. Save the Children says Covid-19 puts another 2.5 million girls at risk of early marriage by 2025. The pandemic adds to …

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The EU has launched legal action against the UK after plans to breach the Brexit agreement

LONDON – The European Union on Thursday launched legal action against the United Kingdom over London’s plan to unilaterally violate a Brexit withdrawal agreement on both sides signed last year. In the latest obstacle to Britain’s attempt to isolate itself from the EU, the European Commission said in a statement that the country had placed “formal notice” for enacting its …

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Armenia-Azerbaijan: Both sides protest calls to ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh

Related Topics Nagorno-Karabakh conflict copyright copyrightEPA image captionThe Nagorno-Karabakh region has seen the worst outbreak of violence in years Azerbaijani and Armenian forces have opposed calls for a resignation in a disputed region of the southern Caucasus, where fighting has intensified in recent days. On Thursday, Russia and France called for a ceasefire in the Nagorno-Karabakh region amid the worst …

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Nagorno-Karabakh: Deadly fighting rotation on the fifth day | Asia

Azerbaijan and Armenia have refused international appeal to conduct dialogue, deepening fears of an all-out war. Strong clashes between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces were reported around the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh as clashes erupted on the fifth day, with both sides refusing to retreat and heed international calls for in conversation. The most brutal clash between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces …

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What I saw on his social media canceled me

DEAR HARRIETTE: My friend was visiting from California for a family funeral and asked if I and another friend would like to gather overnight in a friend’s cabin. Harriette Cole I agree, as I watch social media and notice how they respond to wearing a mask. I thought maybe boarding a plane here would be a high risk situation for …

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Create Latin America’s Favorite Comics, Mafalda, Died

Argentine cartoonist Quino, creator of Mafalda, Latin America’s most beloved comic strip about a rude and middle-aged girl who spoke for a generation of Latin Americans from the mid-1960s to in, died Wednesday at age 88, his publisher said. Joaquín Salvador Lavado, better known by his nickname Quino, created the Latin American equivalent of Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz in …

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Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK for breach of withdrawal agreement

The announcement comes weeks after controversy after Boris Johnson’s government revealed its plan to enact a law that would repeal a specific part of the Withdrawal Agreement called the Northern Ireland Protocol. Speaking in Brussels, Ursula von der Leyen, President of the EU Commission, said the EU had invited the UK to “remove the troubled parts of their draft internal …

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