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How to Start Meditating

From the outside, meditation can look passive. You’re sitting still with your eyes closed, taking deep breaths. But anyone who has spent time meditating knows how active, and how intentional, it can be. In the stillness, your heart rate slows and your levels of cortisol — the hormone associated with stress — drop. A regular practice can help with depression, chronic pain, anxiety and sleep issues. It’s sort of like stretching, but for your ... Full story

Ghana's president self-isolates after close person tests positive for coronavirus

FILE PHOTO: Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo addresses the Investing in African Mining Indaba conference in Cape Town, South Africa February 5, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings. ACCRA (Reuters) - Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo will self-isolate for 14 days on the advice of doctors after a person in his close circle tested positive for coronavirus, the government said in a statement late on Saturday. “He has, as at today, tested negative, but ... Full story

'Email from dad after his death made my birthday’

Image caption Natasha Salman with her "baba" Salman Waheed. Natasha Salman's dad died in April and she was preparing for her first birthday without him when a glance at an old email inbox led to a thousand people sharing their stories of loss and compassion. Salman Waheed died on 24 April after living for five years with motor neurone disease or ALS, a progressive neurological disease that affects the brain and nerves. Natasha says she hoped ... Full story

The motorcycle bandits terrorising northern Nigeria

Motorcycle-riding armed bandits operating out of abandoned forest reserves are ransacking communities in Nigeria's north-west. The groups are the latest to join Nigeria's lucrative kidnap for ransom industry, and are quite brazen in their operations. In the last decade more than 8,000 people have been killed in the states of Kebbi, Sokoto, Niger and Zamfara, according to the International Crisis Group. But recent attacks in the president's home ... Full story

The Grand Old Man of India who became Britain's first Asian MP

How was an Indian elected to the British Parliament in 1892? What relevance could this historical event have for us today? Dadabhai Naoroji (1825-1917) is an unfamiliar name these days. Yet, aside from being the first Asian to sit in the House of Commons, he was also the most important leader in India before Mahatma Gandhi, as well as being an anti-racist and anti-imperialist of global significance. Now, more than ever, amidst various global ... Full story

Remarks by President Trump at South Dakota’s 2020 Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration | Keystone, South Dakota White House

Keystone, South Dakota. THE PRESIDENT: Well, thank you very much. And Governor Noem, Secretary Bernhardt — very much appreciate it — members of Congress, distinguished guests, and a very special hello to South Dakota. (Applause.). As we begin this Fourth of July weekend, the First Lady and I wish each and every one of you a very, very Happy Independence Day. Thank you. (Applause.). Let us show our appreciation to the South Dakota Army and Air ... Full story

Croats go to polls amid sharp economic downturn, rising infections

ZAGREB (Reuters) - Some 3.85 million Croats are eligible to go to polls on Sunday to elect a new government at a time when coronavirus infections are on the rise and the economy is facing a sharp downturn. A woman walks past a banner advertising the campaign of Croatian Prime Minister and the leader of the centre-right Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) Andrej Plenkovic ahead of parliamentary elections, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease ... Full story

UK to double work coaches as lockdown hammers jobs market

FILE PHOTO: A shop worker sticks a 'we are open' sign on the door of a shop, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Watford, Britain, June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra/File Photo. LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s government will double the number of its job coaches as part of a plan to tackle a rise in unemployment triggered by the coronavirus lockdown, the finance ministry said on Saturday. The number of work coaches at British ... Full story

Brazil registers 37,923 new cases of coronavirus, 1,091 deaths

A man walks near signs indicating social distancing at the entrance of the Sao Sebastiao Cathedral, before a mass, after the reopening of churches, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 4, 2020. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares. BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil recorded 37,923 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the past 24 hours as well as 1,091 deaths, the Health Ministry said on Saturday. Brazil has ... Full story

Opinion but no one embraces it more

In a divisive speech at Mount Rushmore on the eve of Independence Day, President Trump railed against “cancel culture” and the left’s supposed wholesale embrace of totalitarianism (err, “ toe-tally-terrio-tism ”). He accused his political opponents of “shaming dissenters and demanding total submission from anyone who disagrees,” arguing that such behavior has “absolutely no place in the United States of America.”. Support our journalism. ... Full story