Saint Lucia: PM Philip emphasises strengthening Primary health sector of nation

Saint Lucia: Prime Minister Philip J Pierre extended his pleasure on officially launching the Universal Health Care logo. He ensured that his Government has been working diligently to provide healthcare to every citizen of their country. 

YACWA congratulates Home Stretch WA Community Programme

Western Australia: The Youth Affairs Council congratulated the Home Stretch WA Community programme. The Programme has recently reached the final stage of the Youth Focus Setor Collaboration Award 2023.

UK: Musician Laurence Jones struggles after changing his long-term medication

The England-based famous singer, songwriter and award-winning guitarist Laurence Jones, from Liverpool, has some tests done in hospital today for his Crohn’s disease. He shared the experience of changing his long-term medication and gave updates about his onstage performance in Belgium.

Belgium Celebrates International Beers Day on First Friday of August 2023

Every First Friday of August is Celebrated as International Beers Day in Belgium. This year Belgium celebrated International Beers Day on Friday, August 4, 2023, and marked it as the nation's heritage.

United States Embassy Riga, Latvia, praises Latvian Colleagues for Participating in Dziesmu un deju svētki 2023

The United States Embassy in Riga, Latvia, expressed their pleasure and gratitude to all the Latvian colleagues who participated in the Dziesmu un deju svētki event in Latvia on Thursday, July 6, 2023.

Meet Belgian Born Half Dutch Actress Audrey Hepburn, Ambassador of UNICEF

Audrey Hepburn, Audrey Kathleen van Heemstra Hepburn- Ruston ( Elsene, May 4, 1929 – Tolochenaz, January 20, 1993) was a Belgian-born half-Dutch-British actress, dancer (as she preferred to call herself rather than an actress), and special ambassador of the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef). She was a style icon in the 1950s and 1960s.

INDIA: PM Narendra Modi visits PNG for FIPIC 3rd summit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the new Papua New Guinean capital city, Port Moresby, on Friday, May 18, 2023, where the Members of the Indian Community felt delighted and welcomed him to the country.

KNOW HERE: Amazing Facts about Gearrennin Blackhouse Town in Scotland

The Gearrennin Blackhouse town in Outer Hebrides, Scotland, is a village Huddled on the top of a hill overlooking the fierce Atlantic and is a quaint cluster of stone cottages. The Gearrennnin Blackhouse town is a once-abandoned village that preserves a piece of the Outer Hebrides’ past and is a picturesque place for travellers to enjoy a day. The Gearrennnin Village, which is also known as the cluster of houses, was built in the late 1800s.

Sustainability as major challenge for beverage industry: Reports

A Non-Profitable Organization in the United States - Go Eat Give, shared that Sustainability is the major challenge for the beverage industry, which is causing heavy losses to certain factors of the economy.

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Burgundy Wine Thief Arrested After Amassing 7,000 Bottles Worth €500,000

The individual, whose identity remains undisclosed, stands accused of purloining a staggering 7,000 bottles valued at approximately €500,000 ($550,000) from various employers over a span of 15 years

Eiffel Tower Closure Sparks Concern Over Financing and Maintenance

The strike, which commenced on Monday, has been driven by the collective discontent of the tower's staff, decrying what they perceive as insufficient investment in the upkeep of this global landmark

Kylian Mbappe Set to Make Historic Move to Real Madrid

The French sensation has reached an agreement with the 14-time Champions League winners, poised to don the iconic white jersey at the culmination of the ongoing season

Paris Iconic Riverside Booksellers Granted Stay During Olympics, Macron Rules

As the countdown to the Olympics opening ceremony on July 26th continues, plans were set in motion to temporarily remove hundreds of these beloved green boxes lining the river

Strike Threatens Eiffel Tower Visits Amid Financial Dispute

The strike, called by unions to protest the financial management of the tower, could extend indefinitely, casting a shadow over one of Paris's most beloved landmarks