From Kabul, pregnant reporter fights NZ govt to come home

From Kabul, pregnant reporter fights NZ govt to come home

ISLAMABAD — She reported on the difficult conditions mothers and babies face just to survive in desperate Afghanistan. Now, a pregnant New Zealand reporter has chosen Kabul as a temporary base for her uphill fight to return home because of her country’s strict COVID-19 entry rules. Charlotte Bellis, 35, is expecting her first child with…

My Doner Grill Spreads the Love for the Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern Cuisine Through Its Authentic Dishes in San Diego

My Doner Grill Spreads the Love for the Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern Cuisine Through Its Authentic Dishes in San Diego

San Diego, CA, January 29, 2022 –(PR.com)– Globalization has allowed dishes like hummus, falafel, and kebabs to be recognized and enjoyed globally as people begin to open restaurants in different parts of the world. My Doner Grill spreads the joy of experiencing authentic Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food through their restaurant in downtown San Diego. My…

Bitcoin Will Truly Drain The Swamp

Bitcoin Will Truly Drain The Swamp

The often-quoted phrase could actually mean something if the incentives behind politics change. “Same Same, But Different Same”While Trump recently popularized the “drain the swamp” phrase, his execution and point-of-view were flawed. Politicians in the United States have been viewed in a negative lens for at least the last few decades. The problem is that…

Is Quad mirroring the geopolitics of Indo-Pacific?

Is Quad mirroring the geopolitics of Indo-Pacific?

Synopsis As new geopolitical and geo-economic realities emerge in the Indo-Pacific, India is now a critical node in the emerging network of variable geometries in the region. There are important opportunities in the evolving dynamic for New Delhi, as new alliances are crafted and new goals enunciated.Expectations were high as the Quad Summit between India,…


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From Kabul, pregnant reporter fights NZ govt to come home

From Kabul, pregnant reporter fights NZ govt to come home

ISLAMABAD — She reported on the difficult conditions mothers and babies face just to survive in desperate Afghanistan. Now, a pregnant New Zealand reporter has chosen Kabul as a temporary base for her uphill fight to return home because of her country’s strict COVID-19 entry rules. Charlotte Bellis, 35, is expecting her first child with…


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