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“Beast mode.” Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s tweet after Tottenham beat Manchester City last month is a fair assessment of his start to life at the north London club. The midfielder is already becoming something of a cult hero at Spurs for his all-action, blood-and-guts displays and tendency to celebrate tackles like a match-winning goal. The Denmark international has played a key role in elevating Jose Mourinho’s side to the top of the Premier League…

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Next, there is a huge opportunity for someone to become the Spotify or Netflix of news. I had Tom Rogers (#gangster), who started CNBC and MSNBC, on my podcast. When I asked him what he would do if he were to start a new media business, this is the vision he articulated. If Netflix (or Apple, or Amazon, or a startup yet to be started up) wants to create that business, CNN would be a foundation to build on. Just as the luxury houses were anchored by an iconic brand (Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Gucci), CNN is one of a handful…

President Donald Trump found himself trapped in an election riddle of his own making Friday — continuing to push false claims that the election was a “total scam,” even after another humiliating court rebuke in Pennsylvania, while insisting that his supporters should turn out in Georgia’s January Senate runoff elections despite concerns about fraud that he has sown. With the eyes of the political universe focused on turning out voters in Georgia — where the two runoff elections will determine which party controls the US Senate — the President’s relentless attacks on the state’s voting apparatus, its tabulating process and…

Thousands of years ago, ancient Egyptians were laid to rest in Saqqara, an ancient city of the dead. Priests placed them inside wooden boxes adorned with hieroglyphics, and the sarcophagi were sealed and buried in tombs scattered above and below the sand.

Archaeologists have discovered 160 human coffins at the site over the last three months, which they plan to disperse to museums around Egypt. They even opened a few to examine the mummies inside.

According to experts, some of the Saqqara tombs have colorful curses inscribed on the walls to warn away intruders.

Salima Ikram, an Egyptologist at the…

Mohammad Shahjahan Siddiqui

Political, Social & Humanrights Worker

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