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Woman embraces Islam just a day before death in Abu Dhabi

Woman embraces Islam just a day before death in Abu Dhabi

ABU DHABI: A woman who had married to a Muslim man embraced Islam while fighting to caner in hospital located in Abu Dhabi, the the capital and the second most populous city in the United Arab Emirates. The wife of a Muslim man, had earlier stuck to her religion which is unknown till yet in

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Plus-sized parking spaces for Chinese women drivers

DALIAN, China: The parking spaces outside a Chinese shopping mall are distinctive: marked out in pink, signposted “Respectfully reserved for women”, and around 30 centimetres wider than normal. The slots at the Dashijiedaduhui — or “World Metropolis” — centre have sparked debate in China, which officially embraces gender equality but where old-fashioned sexism is rife in

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Fire therapy claims curing several diseases via burning patient in China

BEIJING: A therapist pours alcohol over a patient and sets him alight — for some in China, playing with fire is a treatment for illness. So-called “fire therapy”, which proponents claim can cure stress, indigestion, infertility and even cancer, has been used for hundreds of years and recently garnered a blaze of attention in Chinese

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German woman enjoys unique adventure by spending year without money

LEIPZIG, Germany: For one year, Greta Taubert renounced our consumer society. Eating, drinking and dressing without spending a cent, the 30-year-old German woman wanted to see what life would be like if the economic system collapsed. The first thing she badly wanted after her 12 months of consumer abstinence? “Tights,” she replied spontaneously, nursing a

Bogus Mandela hired to feature in new advertising campaign

Johannesburg: The South African who provided bogus sign language for Nelson Mandela’s memorial last year has been hired to feature in a new advertising campaign for a live-streaming app. Thamsanqa Jantjie, who sparked outrage with his gibberish translation of eulogies — including those by US President Barack Obama and Mandela’s grandchildren — is now the

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