The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the most influential tech event in the world; proving ground for breakthrough technologies and global innovators. This is where the world's biggest brands usually do business and meet new partners, and the sharpest innovators hit the stage. However, this year was different, the entire event was virtual due to the pandemic. Nonetheless, CES this year didn’t fail to bring to us the most creative and interesting tech gadgets! Here are 6 of the most intriguing products that were unveiled in this year's CES.
Tunisian police detained over 1,000 protesters as troops were deployed across the country ahead of violent riots for three nights in cities throughout Tunisia. “We came in the daytime”; protesters chanted, on Monday January 18th during a gathering in central Tunis. The Interior Ministry said legitimate demonstrations didn't take place night. It revealed on Sunday 632 people were taken to jail, mainly “groups of people between the ages of 15 and 20 who burned tires and bins in order to block movements by the security forces.”
Egypt has unearthed old treasures which were discovered at the Saqqara archaeological site near Cairo. The treasures include a sarcophagi that is over 3,000 years old. As of late Egypt has been unveiling much antiques and ancient treasures that is believed to be a "rewrite of history", according to famed Egyptologist Zahi Hawass. UNESCO has placed the Saqqara region on the World Heritage List, which is a vast necropolis of the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis and the home to over a dozen pyramids, ancient monasteries, and animal burial sites. ...
Kuwaiti fashionista Farah Al-Hady is known for her outstanding makeup talent. Farah is not only good with regular makeup, but also with artistic and cinematic numbers as she can transform herself into a whole new character only by applying makeup tricks. Due to her talent, the Kuwaiti beauty has been topping Saudi Google trending lists in the past few hours after her latest look she debuted on Snapchat. Although she's applied better and more difficult makeup tricks in the past, but this one somehowhas found its way to social media, ...
The Island of the Dolls, located in the channels of Xochimilco, south of the center of Mexico City and close to the Estadio Azteca football stadium, is a chinampa of the Laguna de Teshuilo and one of the main attractions of the channels. Dolls with amputated limbs or creepy eye-look are hanged all over the place on the island which was originally placed by the former owner of the island, Don Julian Santana Barrera. It is believed the dolls helped Julian to chase away the spirit of a girl who ...
Chinese People have used the chances of the cold weather and frozen waters to perform outdoor activities despite the continuing coronavirus infections in the country albeit at low numbers. In skating boots and sledges, people carry out all winter fun tools and head outside their homes to the nearest areas of play. Freezing cold temperatures maybe causing havoc in some areas with one stray dog getting stuck in a frozen lake. He was rescued by passersby who saved him and adopted.
Hindu pilgrims gathered at the Ganges river in India, Thursday, despite Covid-19 pandemic to mark the Kumbh Mela, a religious festival that regularly attracts millions. India is now struggling with a massive coronavirus outbreak, as it is now the second most coronavirus infections in the world, with over 150,000 deaths. However, Hindus decided to carry out the annual pilgrimage to Haridwar in northern India. "The pandemic is a bit of a worry, but we are taking all precautions," according to the organiser Siddharth Chakrapani, who expected between 800,000 and a ...
Kuwaiti actress Hind Al-Balushi has surprised fans when Saudi social media star Rayan Jailer revealed that she tied the knot to Iraqi The Voice alum Ali Youssef. The marriage itself was not the only surprise, as it was later revealed that Ali already has a wife and a daughter. Soon after Hind declared that she didn't know that Ali Youssef was already married with a child, adding that she's fine with being the second wife and that Sharia allows men to marry up to four women. Hind's marriage was reflected ...
Donald Trump, born on June 14, 1946, is the 45th president of the United States. Trump was elected in 2016 after a surprise victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. He ruled the country for 4 years but he lost his second presidential bid to Joe Biden. Major events happened during his rule period, mentioning the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the Deal of the Century, the Abraham Accords, building the US-Mexico wall, first historic visit to North Korea, and the family separation policy. Donald Trump is set ...
We all know the historical and archeological museums, and visiting them is usually on our “places to visit” lists when we travel. However, you might be missing out on a lot if you don’t add “food museums” to this list! Here are 9 of the world’s strangest food museums:
The village of Wadi al-Murr in Oman existed ages ago. Today its former residents and visitors are still coming to rediscover the city which was once engulfed by the desert. One local elder says: "All the houses in the village were invaded by the sand that assailed them 30 years ago, forcing the inhabitants to leave their homes." Nevertheless, not all of the village was buried under the sand but some building tops and sections of the stone wall are still above the ground to prove people once living out ...