June 25, 2017
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June 21, 2017

The Israel Electric Corporation on Tuesday made further cuts on the electricity supply to Gaza by an addition 6 megawatts, according to Mohammed Thabet, spokesman for Gaza’s electricity authority has said.

The cuts were carried out on two electric lines carrying power to the western part of Gaza City and to the north of the Gaza Strip, and would result in these areas receiving just two and a half to three hours of electricity per day, Thabet said.


June 25, 2017

Israeli Jewish settlers on the periphery of the Gaza Strip have complained to the defence minister about waste water from Gaza flooding their settlements, Quds Press reported on Friday.

The Head of the Regional Settlement Council of Jewish settlements, Yair Ferjon, sent a letter to right-wing extremist Avigdor Lieberman and Environment Minister Ze’ev Elkin, warning of an imminent environmental disaster in the area due to the flooding caused by untreated sewage from Gaza.

The settlers’"...

June 25, 2017
British driver Jolyon Palmer will miss Saturday's Formula One qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after his car caught fire in practice, Renault Chief Technical Officer Bob Bell said. Palmer completed just four laps and finished at the bottom of the standings in Saturday's final practice session. 'Unfortunately the fire in his car pretty much rules him out in qualifying,' Bell told Sky Sports. 'We'd never get it out in time, so yes, he'll miss qualifying. 'It looks at this stage as though it was a high-pressure fuel leak probably from the pump on the engine and when that catches fire it's quite a big thing. 'It could have been (a lot worse) but fortunately it wasn't.' Saturday's setback continued a bad run for Palmer, who crashed during Friday's practice session. 'There's no time frame on (Palmer's future with Renault),' added Bell. 'We want Jolyon to succeed. 'If you look back at last year, he was under pressure at the start of the season with (former Renault driver) Kevin (Magnussen)......

June 25, 2017

A million liters of Egyptian-provided fuel is set to enter the besieged Gaza Strip on Saturday via the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt in order to assist the territory with a crippling electricity crisis, in the latest of a number of fuel shipments provided by Egyptian authorities.

Israeli authorities announced plans to make drastic power cuts to the besieged territory last month, upon request of the Palestinian Authority (PA) in the occupied West Bank, which foots Gaza’s monthly"...

June 25, 2017

As Eid al-Fitr, a holiday marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, approaches, the Israeli restrictions on Occupied Jerusalem and its markets intensify entailing economic recession on the seasonal goods and Jerusalem's shops in an Israeli attempt to prevent the Jerusalemites from enjoying their holiday.

Merchants complain about the stagnation prevailing in the city due to the tightened measures imposed on the Jerusalemite citizens and merchants particularly after the Bab al-Amud dual attack.


June 25, 2017

UAE. Data science is one of the fastest-growing interdisciplinary fields of work globally, with governments and organizations increasingly recognizing the benefits of analytical data and data science results for their development, growth, and ability to innovate to meet the needs of their clients and internal resources.

The soaring interest in analytics has resulted in a global skills gap, with McKinsey Inc. predicting a current field-wide shortfall of between 40-60%. The US data science industry alone will require an additional 190,000 people by 2018.


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