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Iran elections: Record low turnout but hardliners set for win

Image caption Voter turnout was slightly more than 25% in Tehran. Iran has seen the lowest turnout in a parliamentary election since the 1979 revolution, with 42.6% of eligible voters casting their ballots. Officials had banned more than 16,000 contenders, many of them reformers. Hardliners are set to win big in the first vote since US sanctions resumed. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei described Friday's turnout as stunning, as he said ... Full story

Judge accused of coaching murder suspect

Image caption The alleged link between a judge and a murder suspect has led some to questions about the state of Kenya's courts. A Kenyan judge has been arrested and accused of coaching the main suspect in a murder trial - a widow whose husband was found in a septic tank. Appeal Court Judge Sankale ole Kantai did not comment after his alleged link to murder suspect Sarah Wairimu came under scrutiny. In September the body of her husband, Dutch ... Full story

What Millennials, Gen X & Boomers Have In Common But Don’t Admit, Discuss, Nor Plan For

Caregiving is a fact of life that presents paradoxes & challenges across the generations. Getty. Going through her mail, Kendra slices open an envelope from her preferred airline. Inside she finds a hefty gray card with her name etched on it. The 36-year old reads the enclosed letter informing her of her “achievement.” She has reached Platinum status as a frequent flyer. But, her newfound “status” is not because she is a regular business ... Full story

Hughes fears Indian closure, bank disruptions over unpaid fees

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S. satellite broadband provider Hughes Network Systems may have to shut its Indian operations due to unpaid levies owed to the government, which could put thousands of banking services at risk, a company letter seen by Reuters showed. FILE PHOTO: A view of telecom towers installed over the buildings is pictured in Srinagar, June 3, 2015. REUTERS/Danish Ismail/File Photo. India’s Supreme Court late last year ordered a ... Full story

Xinhua Headlines: Under the masked sky: Wuhan makes lockdown sacrifice - Xinhua

Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, has taken unprecedented traffic restrictions since Jan. 23. The move comes at a high cost, but is a necessary step to not only help curb the epidemic in China, but also win precious time for the international community to prevent its further spread. by Xinhua writers Ma Yujie, Ma Yunfei, Lu Yifan and Zhao Jiasong. WUHAN, Feb. 23 (Xinhua) -- Sitting by the window, Cheng Chuchu (pseudonym) ... Full story

Annual 'Battle of the Oranges' takes place in Italy, where 500,000 kg of oranges are used as 'ammunition'"

CGTN: "Live: Annual 'Battle of the Oranges' takes place in Italy, where 500,000 kg of oranges are used as 'ammunition'". -. -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

Senator Elizabeth Warren Speaks to Voters in Seattle

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, delivered remarks to supporters in Seattle after the close of the Nevada Democratic caucuses. Report Video Issue. POINTS OF INTEREST. For quick viewing, C-SPAN provides Points of Interest markers for some events. Click the play button and tap the screen to see the at the bottom of the player. Tap the to see a complete list of all Points of Interest - ... Full story

George Washington's turbulent retirement

Through eight grueling years of the Revolutionary War, and another eight as the first President of the United States, George Washington was sustained by a dream … of the day he would return to Mount Vernon, his beloved plantation high above the Potomac River, where at 65 years old he aspired to a peaceful retirement as a farmer. But that's not quite how it turned out. "He got anything but a peaceful retirement," said biographer Jonathan Horn. ... Full story

New AirPods Coming Soon, But Not What You’re Expecting, Report Says

Apple is releasing new headphones next month, it seems, alongside an updated iPad and a new iPhone. There have been rumors already, not least concerning something apparently called AirPods Pro Lite , and a striking new accessory for iPad Pro . The current AirPods Pro, but what's just around the corner? Apple. Now, Jon Prosser, creator of Front Page Tech, has been reporting that several Target employees have been in touch with him about ... Full story

Is Buttered ‘Keto Coffee’ Good for You?

Does adding butter and oil to your morning coffee really pack the health punch proponents claim it does? Full story