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West Ham United defeated London rivals Arsenal to win their first FA Youth Cup since 1999 in what turned out to be a one-sided contest at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal, coached by former star Jack Wilshere, took the lead early in the first half. Omari Benjamin opened the scoring for the Gunners in the seventh minute in front of a crowd of 34,124 fans.
However, West Ham quickly turned the game around. The Hammers drew level with a goal from George Earthy in the 17th minute.
The goal gave West Ham a spring in their step, and soon, the rest of the first half was dotted with two more goals from Callum Marshal (19’) and Gideon Kodua (42’) giving Kevin Keen’s side a comfortable lead going into the second half.
In the second half, Arsenal looked like th
Mexico, better known for its thousands of pyramids, Maya, Aztec, cenotes, postcard-perfect beaches, mezcal, and fiesta-like entertainment, is considered one of the most culturally rich and diverse countries in the world. Hera Kruja is in Riviera Maya to help visitors experience real Mexico while guided by locals.
Cave at XPlor park, Riviera Maya. Photo credits: Hera Kruja
Of all the things that could have gone wrong, this was the only unexpected one. It is April and I am in Playa del Carmen, located along the Caribbean coastline of Mexico. I have my camera on, searching for the most fantastic spot for that click. As I walk, I sense a gentle breeze on my face while the sparkling white sand feels like fine, soft powder. The coconut palm trees, the hibis...
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Sudan’s powerful paramilitary force is clashing against the country’s army. As of now, 56 people are dead as a direct result of the military confrontation. The escalation began when the Rapid Support Forces (RSF)- the paramilitary faction of Sudan’s army began to attack important government sites, especially in the area of Khartoum.
While the Rapid Support Forces are led by their leader General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, the Sudanese armed forces are loyal to their de-facto ruler Abdel Fattah al-Burhan. Both the leaders and their respective followers are now claiming their control over major sites such as the presidential palac
Nadhim Zahawi made history when he became the first Iraqi-Kurdish politician in the United Kingdom back in 2010.
However, fast forward to 2023, and the Conservative party leader saw himself mired in controversy surrounding his tax affairs.
Zahawi's tax issues eventually led to his dismissal by PM Rishi Sunak after an investigation. Click on the link below to learn more about Zahawi's life and his exit from office in detail.
The Online safety bill has passed its third reading at Parliament, with a final due in the Lords before it can become law. The proposed legislation has widespread implications for our online worlds, handing government and corporations huge powers over our speech.
Westminster World explains just how the bill may affect you as an individual, and our democracy as a whole in the video below.
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A brief history - 1977 - 2023
The 17th of July is the unofficial 'World emoji day' - mark your calendars guys!. This is a day of acknowledgement invented by one Jeremy Burge. To get a picture of just how relevant and inclusive a celebration it is - check out the Unicode emoji set, for the most complete selection of human activity, hand gestures and facial expressions, of which an estimated 92% of the world population use in their day-to-day digital and online interaction. About 5 billion emojis are used every day on Facebook and Messenger alone.
The term “Emoji”, is a Japanese invention, a word that translates to “picture or pictograph”. It entered the social scene back in 1997 when a Japanese Tech-investment company, SoftBank, cre
The Online Safety Bill has passed its third reading in the Commons and is on its final reading in the Lords. We skim the bill and summarise the arguments for and against to explain the potential ramifications.
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"I think Mussolini has been a good politician and he has done what was the best for Italy and for Italians."
Italy has always been one of the most beautiful countries in the world, but in this historical context, it is split in half thanks to a corrupted government.
It has been around 100 days since prime minister Giorgia Meloni has been managing the country, with her ideology that makes part of the population unhappy. Ideologies that go against the regulation for human rights decided by the European Union.
As she shared in a French TV program in 1996, her admiration for Mussolini has been expressed clearly, saying that he has been a perfect politician of t...
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I wanted to explain what a recession is.
Because you will be hearing this word a lot lately and depending on how bad it gets, you are likely to feel its effects.
So what exactly is a recession?
Recession is a term used to describe a slowdown in a country's economic activity. This can be seen as a decline in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), increased unemployment, and decreased industrial production, trade, and investment. A recession is typically considered to be a more severe form of economic slowdown, lasting longer than a simple dip in the business cycle.
Now, I know I didn’t explain anything and might have made it sound more complicated.
So let me explain it in the form of a story.
Let's take an example of a small town called
More than 20,000 individuals died in the earthquake that affected Turkey and Syria on Monday.
Photo Credits: Unsplash. Aleppo, Syria.
At least 17,134 people died in Turkey, according to AFAD. In Syria, the state media indicated that the death toll reached 1,347 individuals. These numbers are expected to rise.
Since the earthquake, which had a magnitude of 7.8, Turkey received an outflow of aid and support from several countries. Around 70 countries and 14 global entities presented support to Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.
Syria, however, is facing concerns of not receiving as much aid.
Why is it hard for Syria to receive aid?
The country is mainly divided into three main parts: Two parts are controlled by President Bashar al-Assad and the opposition party that...