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 Moroccan Cuisine: Five Soups You Should Integrate Into Your Diet
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Moroccan soups make for delicious meals that are rich in nutrients to strengthen your health. Morocco might be most famous for its delicious couscous and tajine, but many also celebrate the country for its tasty and healthy Moroccan soups. The North African kingdom’s food is as diverse as its culture. You can find exquisite soups that will keep you warm during winter or healthy ones that will speed up your recovery and strengthen your immune system. Based on a healthy Mediterranean diet, Morocco’s cuisine is centered around vegetables, beans, fruits, nuts, and whole grains, with a moderate amount of dairy, poultry, eggs, and seafood. Moroccan food occasionally features meat. Morocco’s cuisin
 Leila Slimani: Islamism Is Not Terrorism
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Slimani argues that French media’s continuous conflation of ‘islamist’ and ‘terrorist’ is dangerous and islamophobic. Renowned French-Moroccan writer Leila Slimani is not happy with France’s gradual descent into islamophobia and context-free generalizations when discussing Islam and Muslims. Appearing on Clique, a popular French television show, to discuss the recent Le Pen vs. Darmanin debate on counterterrorism in France, the writer said she was disappointed that the two politicians appeared to equate Islamism with terrorism.  The two  politicians inconsiderately and interchangeably used the words “Islamist” and “terrorist” without taking a pause to explain the difference between the two t
This AI reads children's emotions as they learn
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  Before the pandemic, Ka Tim Chu, teacher and vice principal of Hong Kong's True Light College, looked at his students' faces to gauge how they were responding to classwork. Now, with most of his lessons online, technology is helping Chu to read the room. An AI-powered learning platform monitors his students' emotions as they study at home. The software, 4 Little Trees, was created by Hong Kong-based startup Find Solution AI. While the use of emotion recognition AI in schools and other settings has caused concern, founder Viola Lam says it can make the virtual classroom as good as — or better than — the real thing. Students work on tests and homework on the platform as part of the school c
 Moroccan Cuisine: 8 Traditional Street Foods You Must Try in Morocco
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You can’t have the full Moroccan cuisine experience without indulging in some of the country’s most famous and tastiest street food. Morocco’s cuisine is rich with diverse and delicious traditional foods that you will find in each Moroccan house, restaurant, and of course the streets of the North African kingdom. The country’s culinary offerings vary from grilled meat and delicious soups to light snacks and fried fish to tasty pastries and incredible juices. You can find all of these delicacies in five-star restaurants. However, if you want to have an authentic and one-of-a-kind experience then you should look for them in the traditional streets or souks (markets) of Morocco. Posh Moroccan r
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Europe's oldest person, a 116-year-old French nun, survives Covid-19
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Europe's oldest person has survived Covid-19 after testing positive just a few weeks before her 117th birthday. Sister André, a nun who was born in 1904, tested positive for the virus on January 16, according to David Tavella, communications director at the Sainte Catherine Labouré nursing home in Toulon, southern France, where she lives. André, who was born Lucille Randon, showed no symptoms, Tavella told CNN Wednesday. "I didn't know I had it," André said in an interview with CNN affiliate BFMTV. "No, I wasn't scared because I wasn't scared of dying." André is preparing to celebrate her 117th birthday on Thursday. Although visitors aren't allowed at the home, she will receive video mess
‘Not rocket science’: US experts demand COVID vaccine race data
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More data is needed to ensure hard-hit communities of colour are not left behind in vaccine drive, health experts say. When the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in the United States last year, public health officials and community experts warned that Black and other people of colour would be disproportionately hard hit. Their warning was quickly proven true, with Black, Hispanic and other racialised communities bearing the brunt of infections, deaths and hospitalisations linked to the coronavirus in the year since it began spreading across the country. Now, many of those experts say a dearth of data on race related to the administration of COVID-19 vaccines risks leaving those same com
Turkey makes move to resolve S-400 dispute with the US
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Ankara indicates it may be willing to compromise on the Russian air defense system that strained ties with the US. Turkey’s proposal to not fully activate its controversial Russian S-400 missile system offers an olive branch to the new US administration to start negotiations over the issue that has severely strained bilateral ties, according to analysts. Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said in an interview with a Turkish newspaper that his country is open to a deal similar to one with Greece, another NATO member, which was made after it bought S-300s – an older generation the Russian defence system – in 1997. “There is no decision to use them [S-400s] constantly,” Akar was quoted as saying by
 What are the real dangers of artificial intelligence? RT's Boom Bust explores
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With artificial intelligence (AI) steadily progressing, concerns have been growing about how much innovation is too much. Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright offers his forecast for the industry. The quest for AI is right now “one of the biggest battles” between countries around the world, he tells Boom Bust, adding that we are dealing with two forms of AI: narrow or weak AI, and artificial general intelligence. The first form is “very much based upon machine learning, what do we tell it, what do we instruct it. Eventually, where this goes is artificial general intelligence.” Wright explains that “Governments are trying to get to in a sense very powerful, all-knowing all-seeing type of artif
 Biden puts US in standoff with Iran, says sanctions won't be lifted until country stops enriching uranium
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In a new excerpt from his pre-Super Bowl interview, President Joe Biden made it clear there is no chance of the US lifting sanctions on Iran unless they "stop enriching uranium first," a step Tehran is not willing to take. Biden's stance puts him at odds with Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who said before the US president's comments aired that the US must lift all sanctions if it wants Iran to "return to its commitments." "It must lift all sanctions in practice, then we will do verification … then we will return to our commitments," he stated, according to local media.  Biden's thoughts on the matter were much briefer, but they may be expanded upon when CBS airs the wide-spa