Group from Dubai Submits a Bid to Acquire Israir

Group from Dubai Submits a Bid to Acquire Israir




NY Koen Group announced this morning that it will submit a bid for the acquisition of the Israeli airline, which is for sale by the liquidator of IDB


NY KOEN GROUP, based in Dubai, intends to compete for the acquisition of Israir. This is a company with extensive experience in the field of aviation, which sees the acquisition of Israir as an opportunity to expand its business. The company reported this morning (Tuesday) in Dubai.

Israir is up for sale by the liquidator of IDB Open, Adv.

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more and more children are born without wisdom teeth




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Human evolution continues and one of the traits that are changing is our bones and teeth. A new study from Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia explains why more and more children are born without wisdom teeth or with extra bones.

The human body is experiencing a “microevolution“: as the facial structure and some other bones become shorter, a trend is emerging where more and more people are born without wisdom teeth due to our eating habits.

“This is happening in time as we have learnt to use fire and process foods

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Over 90% Of All Child Sex Abuse Images Found On Facebook

Over 90% Of All Child Sex Abuse Images Found On Facebook




Facebook is making people come back into the office to work.


Out of more than 69 million child sex abuse images discovered on line last year, 94% were found on Facebook, Sky News reports. This is especially scary for law enforcement officials as the social media company is working on ways to improve privacy and encryptions for its users which would make it next to impossible to find the sex traffickers.

UK authorities say that as many as 6,000 children were saved from traffickers in

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Humans and fish share genes that help heal eyesight

An injury to the eye retina is responsible for the loss of sight in humans. This part of the eyeball is one of the few tissues we cannot regenerate. However, Zebrafish are capable of regenerating it.

The funny thing is that we share 70% of our genes with these little fish, and scientists have just discovered that among them are those that give zebrafish the ability to regrow their retinas.

“Regeneration seems to be the predetermined state, and the loss of that capacity occurred at multiple points in the evolutionary tree,” explains Johns Hopkins University neuroscientist Seth Blackshaw.

The

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AbbVie Buys Israel’s Medical Beauty Company Luminera

AbbVie Buys Israel’s Medical Beauty Company Luminera




Israeli Edge Cloud application developer Qwilt makes deal with Cisco.


Allergan Aesthetics, a unit of medical research company AbbVie, has acquired Israeli medical company Luminera for an undisclosed amount. At the same time Israeli telecommunications firm Qwilt has entered into a collaboration with one of the world’s communications giants, Cisco.

Allergan Aesthetics will acquire Luminera’s full dermal filler portfolio and R&D pipeline further enhancing Allergan Aesthetics’ leading dermal filler portfolio with its JUVÉDERM® collection of fillers.

Luminera Derm is a manufacturer of injectable medical devices in the aesthetic medicine

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Astronomers find the youngest structures of a planet formation ever seen

A group of astronomers has found evidence a planet formation while its stars are still growing ‘babies’.

Stars emerge when dense clouds of interstellar material collapse under their own gravity, creating spinning gaseous disks that eventually become baby stars or protostars.

New scientific research has detected, for the first time, signs of planet formation around a protostar so young that the cloud of dust and gas is still collapsing and the surrounding disk is still forming.

This is the earliest phase in which such structures have been detected in a protostellar ring.

The young protostar in question is called IRS

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The World’s Biggest Gold Mines

The World’s Biggest Gold Mines




The economic carnage brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic has led to investors hedging against the ongoing volatility and that has driven the price of gold to record levels.


The economic carnage brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic has led to investors hedging against the ongoing volatility and that has driven the price of gold to record levels. In August, the price per ounce surpassed $2,000 for the first time ever. Political uncertainty in the United States is also leading to soaring demand with UBS recently warning its clients to buy safe-haven

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