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Children and online risks: Global statistics

World (Times Of Ocean)- FBI Internet Crime Center has reported crime against children increased by 144% in 2020 compared to 2019 - that's 8 children per day getting abused online.

The Legacy of Elizabeth II: The Media Queen

Queen Elizabeth II, the world’s longest-serving monarch, whose reign of almost seven decades survived...

Royal family rushes to Queen Elizabeth's side

Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Prince William and Prince Harry are...

Jonathan Pie: Welcome to Britain. Everything is Terrible. | NYT Opinion

So Liz Truss will be Britain’s next prime minister — the nation’s fourth in...

Raymond Arroyo: Does the president even know what he’s saying?

Raymond Arroyo recaps some of the moments from President Biden’s speech and calls for...

Children and online risks: Global statistics

World (Times Of Ocean)- FBI Internet Crime Center has reported crime against children increased by 144% in 2020 compared to 2019 - that's 8 children per day getting abused online.

Iran threatens to close Strait of Hormuz oil route

Tehran (Times Of Ocean)- Iranian newspaper says we must block oil shipments route from the Strait of Hormuz, exporting to South Korea.

Iran prisoner swap to release more dual nationals

(Times Of Ocean)- Three dual nationals imprisoned in Iran will be released in exchange for Iran's access to frozen money in South Korea.

How Iran Reaps Its Ominous Goals!

(Times Of Ocean)- The Times Of Ocean (TO) investigates how Ayatollahs and IRGC have formed Aristocracy in Iran, and send their children, relatives and agents to the West to reap Tehran's benefits.

Iran to lose its currency value, again!

(Times Of Ocean)- The president of Iran's Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday said the Iranian currency would lose its value against the U.S. dollar again.

Russia dispatches Syrians to fight in Ukraine

London (Times Of Ocean)- Russia has allegedly sent Syrian mercenaries to Ukraine fighting on behalf of Moscow for US$6,5000 a month (£5,000), BBC has learned.

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