10 national parks to avoid the summer crowds
Elisabeth Kwak Hrferan/ National Geographic: The most popular national parks in the U.S. such as Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon attracted record crowds last summer. For some, it might be worth fighting traffic or walking packed trails to see the towering granite monolit ...বিস্তারিত
Libya: Reasonable calm for now, but at what cost?
Hafed Al-Ggwell/Arab MNews: Since 2012, Libya has experienced multiple failed political transitions, taking a heavy toll on its people. The complex internal divisions and external factors affecting the country have repeatedly threatened to send it into another spiral of c ...বিস্তারিত
Change is coming to Capitol Hill and Israel won’t like it
Ayah Ziyadeh/Al Jazeera: On May 10, a historic event unfolded in the halls of power in Washington. Members of the United States Congress, their staff, and more than a hundred activists, advocates, and survivors huddled into a Senate committee room to commemorate the 75th ...বিস্তারিত
Rishi Sunak must stop trying to hide evidence from the Covid inquiry
Andrew Rawnsleyt /The Guardian: is marked in calendars around Westminster and Whitehall as a day to dread. On 13 June, the public inquiry into the handling of the pandemic will start taking oral evidence. A procession of those at the heart of government decision-taking an ...বিস্তারিত
From Elemental to Indiana Jones: 08 of the best films to watch in June
Nicholas Barber/BBC: 1. The Boogeyman The Boogeyman is all about slimy creatures that burst out of bedroom cupboards to prey on children – but don't get it confused with Pixar's Monsters, Inc. It's adapted from a Stephen King short story, and directed by Rob Savage, wh ...বিস্তারিত
We are all mermaids in the womb. Sort of.
Sanjay Mishra/ National Geographic: In the mother's womb the fetus floats in a clear, slightly yellowish liquid that surrounds and protects it during pregnancy, allowing it to move and exercise muscles while suspended in its watery world. A spongy disc of tissue called th ...বিস্তারিত
What Erdogan’s re-election means for the Gulf
Arab News/Sinem Cengiz: Turkish elections were held at a time when the region had already entered into an era of de-escalation and normalization. Within that context, the outcome of the elections in Turkiye was particularly important for the Gulf states that look for pred ...বিস্তারিত
Not for the first time, Sunak has been hung out to dry by Johnson – how much more can he take?
Jonathan Freedland/The Guardian: Boris Johnson will haunt Rishi Sunak till the end. The current prime minister is desperate to put the recent past behind him, to persuade the country that he represents a new government and a fresh start. But every time he steps forward, t ...বিস্তারিত
A post-pandemic homage to Catalonia
Belén Fernández/ Aljazeera: Twenty years ago, in 2003, I left the United States with no particular agenda aside from leaving the United States – which despite being my country of birth I found to be a terribly psychologically unsettling place. That same year, the US m ...বিস্তারিত
Bougna: fish stew with sweet potatoes
Nina Friend/ BBC: The pristine, remote waters that surround New Caledonia – a French island territory in the South Pacific – aren't just known for their beauty; they're famous for their fish. When Valentine Thomas, a world record spearfisherwoman and an international ...বিস্তারিত