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Day: March 11, 2019

How to sleep better at night
Featured, Life Style

How to sleep better at night

    A bad night sleep might leave you grumpy and tired the next day, but it can also severely damage your health. The process really is crucial to the health of both body and brain. After one bad night, our immune system suffers and we struggle with concentration and memory. And studies show a prolonged lack of sleep increases the risk of Alzheimer’s, heart disease, stroke, obesity and depression. Lisa Artis, 38, a sleep adviser at The Sleep Council, said: Sleeping is not a passive process it is highly complex and has both mental and physical functions. It regulates your mood, it improves your memory and plays a part in maintaining health, weight and energy levels as well. It would be dangerous to underestimate what poor sleep can do to your health. Ahead of Nation...
Ethiopia mourns crash black box found
Africa world, Featured

Ethiopia mourns crash black box found

    Ethiopian Airlines has grounded all of its Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft as an extra safety precaution following the crash of one of its planes in which 157 people were killed, a spokesman said Monday, as Ethiopia marked a day of mourning and the plane's damaged black box of data was found. Although it wasn't yet known what caused the crash of the new plane in clear weather outside Addis Ababa on Sunday, the airline decided to ground its remaining four 737 Max 8s until further notice, spokesman Asrat Begashaw said. Ethiopian Airlines had been using five of the planes and awaiting delivery of 25 more. Some other airlines around the world were deciding to do the same. China's civilian aviation authority ordered all Chinese airlines to temporarily ground their Max 8s, and...
Shamima’s mother ask to reconsider mercy over citizenship
Featured, United Kingdom

Shamima’s mother ask to reconsider mercy over citizenship

    Shamima Begum has been stripped of her British citizenship. The Home Office has been asked to reconsider its decision to strip Shamima Begum of her British citizenship as a "act of mercy". On Friday, Islamic State (IS) bride Shamima Begum's three-week old son, Jarrah, died following breathing difficulties. A letter seen by Sky News sent by the family's lawyer to the Home Office this morning says: "We write specifically on behalf of Mrs Begum, Shamima Begum's mother to ask you to reconsider your previous decision dated 19 February 2019 to deprive her daughter Begum of her British citizenship... "Ms Begum requests this reconsideration, as an act of mercy, on the basis of the following new information, namely the death of her newborn son". The letter argues "it is ex...