On Monday, February 6, Turkey was struck with three devastating earthquakes of magnitude 7.5, 6.0 and 5.8. It is estimated that back-to-back earthquakes resulted in almost 2800 casualties and devastated 28,18 buildings, injuring 5,385 individuals—at least ten Turkish provinces were affected in southern Turkey
A Russian citizen was forced to remove the "Z" mark on his car by Kazakhstan local nationalists. During the conflict, a Russian citizen driving a Volkswegon Golf was stopped and told to take the "Z" symbol off because doing so was restricted across the globe
After a trip to Doha and Riyadh, the French Champions Paris Saint-Germain are getting ready to return to Le Parc des Princes. The club appreciated both nations for organising the tour, which provided Parisians with unforgettable experiences
When comparing the number of followers on the Arabic Club's Instagram page before and after signing Cristiano Ronaldo, 433 Football posted an image on their social media accounts to illustrate the Ronaldo effect
Dubai Police has uploaded statistics in which the Department has shown substantial improvement in the emergency response time from the emergency services of Dubai, which was recorded at 6.74 minutes in 2021.
On Saturday, the Netherlands and Argentina will square off in their 10th and 7th World Cup quarterfinals, respectively. At Lusail stadium, the game will be held. Predictions indicate that Argentina has a higher chance of winning than the Netherlands because of their incredible comeback after losing their first match to Saudi Arabia.
As Portugal qualified for the round of 16, the Premier League team Manchester United shared a photo of attacking midfielder Bruno Fernandez on their social media to congratulate him on their win over Uruguay and wish him success in their remaining World Cup games
Another protest for Iran will take place in Brussels on Saturday, October 1. To show their support for Iranian men and women fighting against the compulsory hijab, demonstrators will march from Trone metro to Schuman from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.