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Ancient Mesopotamia and the Rise Of Civilization

By   /  Mon 28 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 25-11-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

By Sarah P. Young In ancient times, Mesopotamia, meaning ‘land between two rivers’, was a vast region that lay between the Tigris and Euphrates river systems, and it is where civilization emerged over 7,000 years ago. The first inhabitants, the Sumerians, established an advanced system writing, spectacular arts and architecture, astronomy and mathematics. The Akkadians […]

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Low Fat Food

By   /  Mon 28 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 25-11-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

Low-Fat Foods A good rule of thumb when you’re reading food labels: For every 100 calories, if the product has 3 grams of fat or less, it’s a low-fat product. This means 30% or less of the calories come from fat. Foods like margarine, mayonnaise, and some salad dressings that get most of their calories […]

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AG William Barr Tries to Give Himself More Power Over Immigrant Deportations

By   /  Mon 28 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 25-11-2019AD  /  Law  /  No Comments

Attorney General William Barris trying to increase his power and authority over deciding whether or not to deport immigrants with criminal convictions. On Friday, the people fought back. More than 40 elected state and local prosecutors on Fridaychallenged Barr’s changes to his amount of power and influence. Barr wants to change immigration rules that defer […]

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First Americans Arrived by Sea Over 15,000 Years Ago

By   /  Mon 28 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 25-11-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

Archaeologists have made what could be a pivotal discovery in the populating of the Americas , challenging previous dominant theories of how the first people arrived. They have unearthed a series of finds that show that humans inhabited the Americas much earlier than thought, lending credence to the theory that people migrated to the continent […]

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U.S. F.E.M.A. Officials Took Advantage of Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

By   /  Sat 5 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 2-11-2019AD  /  U.S. Policy  /  No Comments

Written by Katherine Lewin on September 12, 2019   In a surprise to no one, two FEMA officials have been charged with fraud and bribery for trying to make themselves rich off of the devastation of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico by helping a company that received $1.8 billion in government contracts. According to reporting […]

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Kimberly Teehee named the first Cherokee Nation House of Representative

By   /  Sat 5 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 2-11-2019AD  /  Law  /  No Comments

Washington (CNN)The Cherokee Nation has named an official representative to Congress for the first time. Kimberly Teehee, executive director of government relations for the Cherokee Nation, was approved by the Council of the Cherokee Nation as a delegate to the US House of Representatives on Thursday, fulfilling a promise made to the tribe in a […]

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A Guide To Antioxidant Foods

By   /  Sat 5 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 2-11-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

A guide to antioxidant foods Last reviewed Fri 26 July 2019 By Jenna Fletcher Reviewed by Katherine Marengo LDN, RD Blueberries Dark chocolate Artichokes Pecans Strawberries Red cabbage Raspberries Beans Purple or red grapes Spinach Beets Kale Orange vegetables Summary Antioxidants are compounds that may help delay or even prevent cell damage in the body. […]

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U.S. Department of Justice Sues Baltimore County over alleged Racial Discrimination

By   /  Sat 5 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 2-11-2019AD  /  D.O.J.  /  No Comments

  By Pamela Wood and Wilborn P. Nobles III Baltimore Sun | Aug 27, 2019 | 2:16 PM Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa R. Hyatt stands next to Baltimore County Exceutive John Olszewski Jr. during the posting of colors Patriot Plaza in Towson before she is sworn in June 17th. She is the first woman […]

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Monument to Hero Crazy Horse Is Taking Shape After 70 years

By   /  Sat 5 Rabi Al Awwal 1441AH 2-11-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

The famous Lakota were one of the three Sioux tribes of the plains. Throughout their history, which is both glorious and tragic, there have been many prominent heroes, braves, and chiefs. The one that stands out is the famous Crazy Horse. His daring exploits and his fight for freedom remain etched in the pages of […]

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Forgotten Kings and Queens: The Lost Gypsy Dynasty of Scotland

By   /  Sat 29 Muharram 1441AH 28-9-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

We have all heard of Scotland’s legendary 14th century King Robert the Bruce and the powerful Stewart dynasty of the 16th and 17th centuries; these two families dominate Scottish history. But did you know there was another monarchy in Scotland, a lost lineage so noble that its kings and queens rival both the prestige and […]

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