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Travel alone around the world (2)
Travel Alone Around The World

Alone, a scary word. No one wants to be alone. Loneliness kills and annihilates the people of this era. With the relentless craving to fill the void in life, people build a relationship with their counterparts out of frustration and other selfish reasons. Do you think that life will give you a partner, a friend who will always walk with you? No matter wherever you are, life teaches a lesson, “those who fly solo has the greatest courage to confront the challenges of life”.

One Social Platform to Connect Haitians Around the World (Diaspora)
One Social Platform to Connect Haitians Around the World (Diaspora)

You Know Haitian is a rich country in skilled workers, intelligent minds, and innovative ideas? The educational segment of people in Haitian was persecuted, assaulted, and discriminated from the François “Papa Doc” who attempted to erect his throne. Though the François “Papa Doc” was successful in making his way through the illicit ways. The one thing that was happened was the mass scale migration of the educated and able population.

How to Use Social Network for Your Business
How to Use Social Network for Your Business

Now more than ever in the history of humankind people are present ubiquitously on all platforms of social media. Every human being has a different motive to join these platforms. Some people are present continuously on these social media networks just to have fun, some are present for their friends and to reconnect with them, and some are just time passers. This is not our concern nor yours that why people are present. According to the stats, there are 3.2 billion people online daily on social media networks. About the third quarter of American Adults is using Social media networks daily.

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  • Champs-Élysées, shunned by Parisians, to be turned into 'extraordinary garden' January 14, 2021
    It has been dubbed the "most beautiful avenue in the world", but to many Parisians, the famed Avenue des Champs-Élysées is viewed as nothing more than an overcrowded tourist trap that has seen better days. Now though, plans have been approved to radically transform the avenue into what the Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo has described […]
  • Israel celebrates record-setting Covid-19 vaccination drive January 14, 2021
    Israel says it wants to become the first country in the world to inoculate its entire population against Covid-19. A full 20 percent of its population has already been vaccinated and authorities say they are aiming for herd immunity with three-quarters vaccinated by March. But disparities remain between the country's Jewish and Arab population in […]
  • Taking stock of Tunisian democracy, 10 years after the revolution January 14, 2021
    January 14, 2011 was a historic day for Tunisia. After 29 days of an unprecedented uprising, and in the first of the Arab Spring revolutions, dictator Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali was toppled by his own people. A decade on, how is Tunisia's young democracy faring? Free elections have been held, but politics are often tumultuous. Some 13 […]
  • Fire destroys 500 houses in Bangladesh Rohingya camp January 14, 2021
    More than 2,000 Rohingya refugees in a camp in Bangladesh were left homeless Thursday after a blaze ripped through over 500 shacks in the early hours, an official said.
  • Artificial hearts: Devices from France's Carmat to go on sale in Europe January 14, 2021
    Artificial hearts that could prove a lifeline for those suffering from deadly heart failure are set to go on sale in Europe after the devices from French company Carmat were granted regulatory approval.
  • Mobile internet brings food and fuel to communist-run Cuba January 14, 2021
    Since arriving in Cuba just two years ago, mobile internet has revolutionized life here -- helping people find food, fuel and even medicine amid crippling shortages, and helping them organize protests in a country where waving a placard can land you in deep trouble.
  • French are becoming more accepting of Covid-19 vaccines, says PM January 14, 2021
    French Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Thursday he was happy to see that the Covid-19 vaccination programme was starting to be more widely accepted by French citizens, who are among the most sceptical in the world towards vaccinations. 
  • Archaeologists find world's oldest known cave painting in Indonesia January 14, 2021
    Archaeologists have discovered the world's oldest known cave painting: a life-sized picture of a wild pig that was made at least 45,500 years ago in Indonesia. 
  • The Arab Spring, 10 years on: In Tunisia, 'the powerful are still stealing from us' January 14, 2021
    This week marks ten years since deposed strongman Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali fled Tunisia, the first to fall as the 2011 Arab Spring took hold across North Africa and the Middle East. Although democratic advances have been made, many Tunisians feel that the revolution’s promise of a better life never really materialised, particularly in the […]
  • Social distancing alarms cause a stink at French hygiene firm January 14, 2021
    A global maker of wipes and toilet paper has created a stink among its French employees after asking them to carry a device that goes off if they violate social distancing rules in the workplace.