Author: TVP

The world struggled in the DPRK peninsula

January 17, 2020

South Korea and the United States will work together to resume dialogue with the DPRK, while Pyongyang wants Washington to offer a viable solution first. At the annual Security Consultation Meeting in Seoul on November 15, South Korean Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo and his US counterpart Mark Esper agreed to continue security cooperation between the […]

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Finnish can work 4 days for week

January 6, 2020

Prime Minister Sanna Marin proposed a plan to allow Finnishes to work four days a week and six hours a day to spend time with their families. “I believe people deserve to spend more time with their families, loved ones, hobbies and other aspects of their lives, like culture,” said 34-year-old Prime Minister Marin. He […]

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Liverpool won easily against Leicester

December 26, 2019

Alexandre-Arnold and Roberto Firmino shine, helping Liverpool to defeat Leicester 4-0 in the 19 Premier League on December 26. The position of the strongest team in the tournament is confirmed by a match on the completely, right on King Power of Leicester team second. The 4-0 victory helped Klopp’s teachers and opponents outnumber opponents directly […]

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Prison yoga – a life-changing opportunity for prisoners in Thailand

December 23, 2019

Many studies on prisoners’ dignity rehabilitation have shown that the prisoners doing yoga are in very good physical and mental health. Prison life is defined as limited, dull and even painful. For prisoners, the passage of time in prison seemed to be much slower than outside. But things have changed at some prisons in Thailand. […]

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Thousands of police guarding the match between Barcelona and Real Madrid

December 14, 2019

About 3,000 police and private security personnel will be deployed for the match between Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Nou Camp in La Liga next week amid concerns about unrest from the protests. According to AFP, protesters from the separatist movement in Catalan have called for a large-scale demonstration outside the Nou Camp, where […]

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How to help adults with autism integrate into public life

December 9, 2019

According to statistics from the United Nations, currently 1 percent of the world’s population (about 70 million people) is autistic. When it comes to autism people often think that it only happens in children. But in fact in the community there are still many cases of autism even in adulthood. The following article will give […]

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Guardiola was shocked to see Man City win against Newcastle

November 30, 2019

Coach Pep Guardiola witnessed Man City win against Newcastle host when they were held 2-2 in round 14 of the Premier League tonight in the match that the defending champion only ran and shot on the opponent’s court. When top Liverpool team will most likely have 3 points against Brighton visitors in this round, Man […]

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The sleep needed of babies from birth to 4 years

November 26, 2019

Get enough sleep helps children increase concentration, stay awake and intelligent. When children do not get enough sleep, they often have symptoms such as fatigue, slow response, not positive with social interactions. Sleep plays a very important role in the physical and mental development of children. When getting enough sleep, children are always excited to […]

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Switzerland – A place for students to study abroad

October 29, 2019

Coming to the beautiful Swiss country full of dreaming, you cannot help but visit Lucerne – one of the lands with ancient beauty with peaceful living space and wonderful natural scenery. Lucerne is a miniature Switzerland, it is not wrong because in Lucerne state, it has all the characteristics of Switzerland such as poetic lakes, […]

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How does Singapore benefit from the difficulties of Hong Kong

October 14, 2019

Whatever the view of the chaos in Hong Kong, whether it is a political uprising or illegal riots, it is a disaster for the territory’s economy. And if there’s one place that benefits from Hong Kong’s troubles, it’s the maritime, financial, and commercial center, another self-governing city with another Chinese majority in East Asia: Singapore. […]

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