Lebanese female police officers seen wearing tiny shorts

The beautiful city of Lebanese has put young, attractive policewomen in black mini-shorts and red berets and allow them to patrol the streets in order to attract tourist and generate internal revenue. Read More »

Highlights of The Quds’ day in the capital

Quds Day, officially called International Quds Day, is an annual event held on the last Friday of Ramadan that was initiated by the Islamic Republic of in 1979 to express support for the Palestinians and oppose Zionism and as well as Israel’s occupation of Jerusalem and Jewish settlements in Israeli-occupied territories. Read More »

Ivanka Trump Plays Sports with Schoolchildren for White House Fitness Day

The impeccably presentable working mom has emerged as a lightning rod for many Americans disappointed with the Trump clan — particularly among Democrats who had envisioned her as a voice of reason in President Donald Trump’s roller-coaster administration. Read More »

Some Artits at the President’s Iftar

custom_adv] The boycott of the ceremony by artists caused a lot of controversy with Perryoz, however, Ali Nusirian, Jamshid Mashayekhi, Fatemeh Motamedaria, star of Eskandari, Behrooz Baghaei, Mahmoud Dolatabadi, Loris Cheknarian, Hooman Veinoorard, Behrooz Shoaibi, and others. Read More »

Gina Haspel set to become first female director of CIA

custom_adv] Gina Haspel is all set to become the first female director of the CIA, despite her role in the spy agency’s controversial interrogation techniques, including waterboarding, post the 9/11 terror attacks. Read More »

Politicians choosing flowers over handshake

Smiling and holding hands, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met at the heavily fortified demilitarised zone between the countries on Friday in the first summit for the two Koreas in over a decade. Read More »

Incredible facts about White House First Lady Melania Trump

 She is only the second first lady in American history born outside of the United States, in Slovenia. The only other foreign-born first lady was Louisa Catherine Johnson, the wife of John Quincy Adams; she was born in England. Read More »