Energize Your Mornings with Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Recipes

Breakfast is often hailed as the most important meal of the day, and for good reason. It kickstarts your metabolism, replenishes your energy levels, and sets the tone for the day ahead. What better way to embrace the day’s potential than with a nutritious and delicious breakfast smoothie? In this guide, we’ll explore a collection of healthy breakfast smoothie recipesRead More

Perfecting Wine Pairing Your Culinary

Wine Pairing In the realm of gastronomy, wine pairing is an art form that elevates a dining experience from ordinary to extraordinary. It’s a harmonious dance between flavors, where the right combination of wine and cuisine creates a symphony on the palate. As you embark on this journey of sensory exploration, prepare to unlock a world of culinary enchantment.


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Best Cocktails To Make Using Simple Syrup

Make Using Simple Syrup if you’ve ever had a Mai Tai, Old Fashioned, or Mint Julep, you’ve enjoyed the balanced sweetness that simple syrup brings to these classic cocktails. With just one part granulate sugar and one part boiling water, simple syrup couldn’t be easier to make, but it does need to be fully coole before you add it to … Read More

US, allies push for UN rights body debate on Xinjiang abuses

GENEVA (AP) — The United States and several Western allies presented a proposal on Monday for the U.N.’s main human rights body to hold a special debate over reported rights abuses and violations against Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in China’s western Xinjiang region.

A core group of countries including Britain, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden were behind

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German leader continues Gulf tour with stops in UAE, Qatar

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Olaf Scholz planted a tree at a mangrove park in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, a token nod to environmentalism during a two-day visit to the Gulf region focused mainly on securing new fossil fuel supplies and forging fresh alliances against Russia.

Germany is trying to wean itself off energy imports from Russia in

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EXPLAINER: Italian election only part of picking government

ROME (AP) — Sunday’s parliamentary election will determine who governs next in Italy. But it might take weeks before a coalition government is actually in place to run the major industrial economy and key NATO member.

Opinion polls indicate that voters might elect the first far-right premier of the post-World War II era — and the first woman to lead

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UN rights experts cite signs of war crimes in Ukraine


GENEVA (AP) — A team of experts commissioned by the U.N.’s top human rights body to look into rights violations in Ukraine said Friday its initial investigation turned up evidence of war crimes in the country following Russia’s invasion nearly seven months ago.

The experts from the Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine, mandated by Human Rights Council earlier this

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UK government formally confirms lifting of fracking ban


LONDON (AP) — The U.K. government formally confirmed Thursday that it’s lifting a ban on fracking in England, arguing that the move will help boost the country’s energy security amid Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Prime Minister Liz Truss announced within days of taking office earlier this month that she would reverse a 2019 ban on hydraulic fracturing, a controversial

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