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Discover the Most Captivating Images of 2023: TIME’s Top 100 Photos

In a world saturated with images, a select few have the power to captivate, inspire, and provoke. The TIME’s Top 100 Photos of 2023 are a showcase of the most striking and thought-provoking images captured

MPs Battle to Speed Up Two-Pot Retirement System Implementation

In the midst of debates and disputes, the proposed two-pot retirement system in South Africa has become a hot topic of contention. With MPs pushing for a 2025 implementation date, tension is rising as different

Unleashing the Power of ‘Cojones’: The Most Versatile Word in Spanish

In the melodious realm of the Spanish language, where words dance with passion and twist with flair, one particular term stands out. With a boldness that elevates eyebrows and tickles tongues, it is a word

Iranian Official Criticized for ‘Purification’ Agenda by Daily Newspaper

In a surprising and bold move, the renowned publication, Daily, has taken a firm stance against an influential Iranian official pushing for ‘purification’ within the country. The article sheds light on the controversial figure and

African Bank’s Profits Plummet by Almost a Third as Bad Debts Double

African Bank has been a cornerstone of the financial sector in Africa for many years, but recent news has sent shockwaves through the industry. The bank's profits have plummeted by almost a third, while bad

The Rise of Solar Sales Bros: A Threat to the Green Energy Transition

In a world striving to transition to more sustainable and eco-friendly energy sources, the rise of solar sales bros is posing a threat to the progress. These smooth-talking, pushy individuals are putting a dent in

Controversy Surrounds Delay in E-Scooter Legislation

The excitement surrounding the introduction of e-scooters on city streets has been met with frustration as a proposed law governing their use is delayed. Critics argue that the delay is hindering the potential benefits of

Urgent: 1.4 Million Refugees in Chad at Risk of Losing Food Aid Due to Funding Shortage, UN Warns

In the arid desert of Chad, 1.4 million refugees are facing a looming crisis as the United Nations warns that crucial food aid may come to an abrupt end due to limited funding. With the

8 Significant Historical Moments That Hold More Meaning for Native Americans Than the ‘First Thanksgiving

The story of the "First Thanksgiving" has long been a celebrated and romanticized event in American history, but for Native Americans, there are far more significant moments that deserve recognition. From the Trail of Tears

Iranian Lawmakers Approve Bill to Increase Retirement Age for Men

In a bid to address Iran's aging population and strained pension system, lawmakers have recently passed a bill that will raise the retirement age for men. The decision comes as the government grapples with the