Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan’dan yaz staj ücretleriyle ilgili müjde

Cumhurbaşkanı Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Beştepe Millet Kongre ve Kültür Merkezi’nde düzenlenen “e-İnsan Uygulaması” Tanıtım Programı’nda konuştu. Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan projenin hayırlı olmasını dileyerek, “Ülkemize kazandırdığımız demokrasi ve kalkınma devrimlerinin gerisinde hep önce insan anlayışı vardır. Türkiye’nin kalkınmasını sadece yollarda, köprülerde, barajlarda, tünellerde aramak eksik bir yakasımdır. Asıl büyük kalkınma atılımını eğitimi, sağlığı, sporuyla, sosyal destekleri ve … Read more

Prince Harry and Meghan’s gulf from the Royal family is as large as ever

As they are expected to fly back to California on Tuesday to be reunited with their children Archie, three, and one-year-old Lilibet after more than a fortnight apart, little appears to have been resolved with their nearest and dearest, with whom they are thought to have had “little interaction” behind the pomp and ceremony. According … Read more

China takes advantage as Putin slashes energy prices – live updates

Good morning. China is spending record amount of money on Russian energy as it continues to expand its reliance on the Kremlin in the wake of the Ukraine war. Beijing forked out a record $8.3bn (£7.3bn) last month on a haul that included a record amount of coal. In the six months since the start … Read more

The side effects of medication could cause a ‘prescription cascade’

Modern drugs, as we all know, are highly effective, reliably alleviating the various medical conditions for which they are prescribed – heartburn, hypertension, insomnia and so on. This is all to the good. But care must be taken to ensure that the symptoms being treated by one drug are not simply the adverse effects of … Read more

Ukraine’s counter-offensive recaptures first village in Luhansk

Ukraine has recaptured its first village in Luhansk, a region that Russian forces took five months to bomb into submission and conquer. Belogorovka is the latest prize for Ukraine’s continuing counter-offensive pushing Russia away from the second city of Kharkiv. The village lies only a dozen or so miles from the towns of Lysychansk and … Read more

Reign of King Charles III begins in earnest at the end of his darkest day

Beside him, his Queen Consort looked bereft at times, but she knows she must now become the “strength and stay” that Prince Philip was to the Queen. When events moved on to Windsor, and the more intimate committal ceremony inside St George’s Chapel, she walked beside her husband as the coffin was carried down the … Read more

Face mask can detect airborne Covid in just 10 minutes

A mask that can detect coronavirus in just 10 minutes has been developed by scientists. The highly sensitive face covering can detect the novel bug in the air and alert the wearer via an app on their phone. It can also pick up swine flu and bird flu. Those diseases spread through droplets in the … Read more

Justin Trudeau sings Bohemian Rhapsody in London hotel days before Queen’s funeral

His office subsequently released a statement defending his actions. A spokesman for Mr Trudeau said: “After dinner on Saturday, the Prime Minister joined a small gathering with members of the Canadian delegation, who have come together to pay tribute to the life and service of Her Majesty. “Gregory Charles, a renowned musician from Quebec and … Read more

Who carries Queen Elizabeth’s coffin?

The coffin bearers at the Queen’s funeral are from a unit of which the late monarch was Company Commander. Soldiers from the Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, have been chosen to lift the coffin during the service at Westminster Abbey and Windsor Castle. Although a senior officer took day-to-day control, the former sovereign’s connection … Read more