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Emirates Now Lets You Earn Miles As A Function Of Time

Seventeen years ago I wrote that you think about miles too much when “you hear the words “mile a minute” and find yourself pondering the concept of earning bonus miles as a function of time.”. It’s taken that long, but Emirates has a new promotion that does just that. It’s...
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VA – Hanin: Field Recordings in Syria 2008/2009 (2021)

Compiled by Spanish musician and filmmaker Michel Gasco between 2008 and 2009, this collection of field recordings spans a period when Gasco was living in Syria, having become enamoured with the country’s diverse musical traditions. Released in 2021, as Syria enters its tenth year of war, this album has an inescapable air of poignancy – especially as many of the featured musicians have since become displaced by the conflict. This tragic association does nothing, however, to diminish the beauty and vibrancy of the vast array of artists and disciplines represented across these 13 tracks.
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The plane crash that inspired Antoine de Saint-Exupéry to write ‘The Little Prince’

After four days of dehydration in the Sahara Desert, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry would find the ideal setting for The Little Prince. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry had an outstanding military career. As one of France’s pioneering aviators, he had undertaken flights with extreme routes for the time. More than 19 hours sitting in a plane was, at the time, an engineering feat. After several similar trips, taking off from Paris in a race to Saigon seemed like anything. The prize, on the contrary, was not: 150 thousand francs were at stake. The Sahara desert had other plans.
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Some Dubai fun facts that you may not know

In the early 1700s, Dubai was just a small fishing and pearl-diving village. By the end of the 18th century, about 1,200 people were living there. Fast-forward to today, Dubai has a population of 3.3 million. Before the discovery of oil, pearls and gold were highly sought after trading items.
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In this video compilation I put together, Dr. Steven Greer gives you scoop on Nicola Tessla's amazing free energy discovery and suppression of modern free energy technology, explaining how this energy works and why it is the most highly suppressed technology in modern history, and also includes a few short clips from the documentary *Thrive*, in which additional evidence of the existence of this free energy technology is provided.
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‘In the desert I could feel old wounds being healed’: an extract from Three Stripes South

As the layers of dust thickened on my skin, the days in the desert passed by, my stripped-back, simple existence all merging into a strange passing of time. I finally had the thinking space I had always imagined the trail would give me. It didn’t come in calm moments of enlightenment or new-found wisdom, but stemmed from pure boredom. Although I was relishing the challenge and felt endless gratitude for the landscapes that rolled before me, there was no denying that hiking was monotonous. Plodding forward hour after hour, day after day, with loneliness and isolation becoming more constant, hiking swung from wonderfully exhilarating to tediously bland. I was grateful to have Gil with me, not for safety as most people assumed, but for companionship. Still, our conversations dried up and we found ourselves spending more time hiking apart, each of us at our own pace, looking for ways to occupy our minds. I yearned for the distraction of a busy coffee shop or the crowds of London, a peoplewatcher’s paradise.
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Bedouin families at risk as Israeli military destroys West Bank homes

On a sun-scorched plain in the Jordan Valley, Bedouin families are at risk of losing their pastoral way of life in the West Bank as the Israeli military moves in to demolish their homes. “The first time they came was November, they didn’t leave anything for us to shelter under,”...
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New Hope, Ra’am, at War over Defeated Cannabis Legalization Bill

A coalition bill to decriminalize the use of cannabis was defeated Wednesday night) in the Knesset plenum. The coalition brought the bill to a vote despite the opposition of the Islamist partner Ra’am, hoping to take advantage of the absence of some opposition members, but the opposition whips proved to be quite nimble, after a sleepless month on their House benches, they sent out the orders to assemble and the legalized cannabis was defeated by a 55 to 52 vote.
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Exhibit displays coffee culture through the ages

Coffee culture in Israel is as varied as the population. Bedouin hospitality dictates finely ground dark coffee served in tiny cups; Arabs will serve strong Turkish coffee often spiked with a dash of cardamom and brewed in a raliya (or finjan as it’s known in Israel); Israelis with a European or American background favor espresso drinks; and many Jews with Ethiopian roots still revere and practice the traditional Buna coffee ceremony.
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Resolving the Khan al-Ahmar Issue

The relocation of the Bedouins from Khan al-Ahmar, which was detained by the Netanyahu government and became a controversy in the international arena, has been resolved through a compromise proposal, an agreement between the Bedouins and the Israeli government. One remaining question is whether the Palestinian Authority and the European Union will allow the families to move to a more permanent residence, as per the agreement, or pressure the residents to stay due to the site’s strategic significance.
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The city of Nice took a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and the Germanic Lower Lime also added | abroad

The southern French city of Nice was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List on Tuesday. More specifically, it concerns the part of town described as the “winter resort on the Riviera”, which also includes the famous Promenade des Anglais. Germanic bottom lime has also been placed on the World Heritage List. This is part of the Roman lime in Holland and Germany and is part of the much larger Roman Empire borders in Europe and North Africa. Parts of this were already on the World Heritage List. The list contains a total of about 1,100 World Heritage sites.
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Exorce EP by Safar

Following releases on the likes of Deep Root Tribe and Natura Viva, the Beatport chart-topping French DJ/producer Safar turns in a three-track EP for Bedouin's Human By Default, displaying his proven talent in crafting deep, blissful house tracks. Title track "Exorce" opens the release with a hypnotic one-note bassline and...
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Racing Insights, 30th July 2021

Good Afternoon/Evening everyone, I'm back from my summer break and ready to resume activities. Thanks to both Sam and Matt for covering my workload, but my first task now is to look at Friday's racing. I'm helped by the Horses for Courses report, our free feature on Fridays, which shows the full course history since 2009 of any horse running that has previously had a run at that track.
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Six Senses Shaharut in Israel opens August 5

With its secluded setting, Six Senses Shaharut has the obvious advantage of complete privacy. It aims to bring guests in balance with nature and its elements so they can kick back and enjoy traditional desert hospitality and rich Nabataean history delivered with uncompromising eco-conscious care and attention. One of the...
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Jerusalem museum explores global coffee culture

Coffee culture in Israel is as varied as the population. Bedouin hospitality dictates finely ground dark coffee served in tiny cups. Arabs will serve strong Turkish coffee often spiked with a dash of cardamom and brewed in a raliya, or finjan as it’s known in Israel. Israelis with a European or American background favor espresso drinks; and many Jews with Ethiopian roots still revere and practice the traditional Buna coffee ceremony.
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ASIA/HOLY LAND - Beit Sahour, work has begun to build a reception center in the "Shepherds' Field"

2021-07-28 Beit Sahour, work has begun to build a reception center in the "Shepherds' Field" 2021-05-26 Beit Sahour (Agenzia Fides) - The "Shepherds' Field", included in the Palestinian town of Beit Sahour, is one of the places most dear to the Christian memory of the birth of Jesus. In that locality, according to tradition, shepherds stayed overnight, they were the first to receive from the angels the news of the birth of Jesus, which took place in nearby Bethlehem. In that place, where the small Franciscan Sanctuary "Gloria in excelsis Deo" already stands, in the shape of a Bedouin tent, surrounded by a small park with archaeological excavations (see photo), the laying of the first stone was blessed in recent days which marks the beginning of the works for the construction of a reception center intended to serve those - pilgrims and local ecclesial communities - who wish in the future to experience times and moments of coexistence and spiritual retreats in that place so dear to Christians from all over the world.
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