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Trump says he will shrink Bears Ears National Monument, a sacred tribal site in Utah

President Trump informed Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) Friday that he will shrink Bears Ears National Monument, a 1.35-million-acre protected area in southeast Utah that is prized by many tribal leaders but opposed by several state and federal Republican officials. “I’m approving the Bears Ears recommendation for you, Orrin,” Trump told the senator …

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BOOK REVIEW – Akwan: Walking the Razor’s Edge between Western Science Fiction and Egyptian Morality

By Emad El-Din Aysha,PhD     Akwan (2017) or ‘Universes’ is an exceptional novel by Egyptian standards, and for several reasons. One, it’s a science fiction novel and a hard-core sci-fi novel at that, dealing with parallel universes and alternate dimensions. (The Egypt of nowadays, horror and supernatural thrillers count …

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EXCLUSIVE – Celebrity Juliana Thornhill Speaks to The Levant News of Relations that Keeps You Whole in Today’s Crazy World!

Interview conducted by Emad El-Din Aysha   Dear Juliana… well, first off, what’s your maiden name? Juliana Borba   You’re a dedicated wife and mother. How did you meet your husband? On a dating website. I was working 50+ hours a week as a area Manager for Ann Taylor at …

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Poem by Lubna Ghanem

A Show Darkened darkened heavy inside Demolition on the sides Buildings up, buildings down People ready to collide. Give me feeling to arise Give me strength for I cut ties With the world, north to south I am a victim of its lies. Photograph me from head to toe Display …

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