Monthly Archives: September 2022

Taiwan says US-led ‘Chip 4’ group discussed supply chain resilience

TAIPEI, Sept 30 (Reuters) – The United States has convened the first meeting of a working group of East Asian countries to discuss how to strengthen the semiconductor supply chain, a a Taiwanese official said on Friday, after a two-year global flea crisis. The semiconductor shortage, which has forced some automakers to halt production, has thrust Taiwan into the limelight ...

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Native Instruments completes its Komplete 14 suite with welcome new toys

Komplete, Native Instruments’ flagship music production package, has a bit of everything. That has always been part of its appeal. It’s pricey, but you get monster synths, a top-notch drum sampler, virtual guitar rig, and Kontakt – which is also a sampler, but to call it one seems incredibly reductive. Native Instruments is still one of the biggest names in ...

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Pittsburgh school district expands decade-old sex ed policy

Pittsburgh Public Schools updated its sex education policy for the first time in more than a decade. While the review emphasizes that abstinence is the only 100% effective protection against unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, it is no longer listed as the “expected norm”. The previous policy, which was last revised in July 2011, listed abstinence as the expected ...

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Following ARCH renovation plans, 7B Group leaders share half-year plans, long-term vision

The ARCH building was recently renovated to create more space for 7B minority groups and cultural resource centers. As the new academic year begins, The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with leaders of Penn’s major minority coalition student groups, known as 7B, about their goals and plans for this semester. . 7B consists of the seven constituencies that center and serve minority ...

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Harris lands in Yokota to begin his first visit to Japan as vice president

Vice President Kamala Harris greets Chief Master Sergeant Jerry Dunn of the 374th Airlift Wing upon his arrival at Yokota Air Force Base, Japan, Monday, Sept. 26, 2022. (Kelly Agee/Stars and Stripes) YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — Vice President Kamala Harris landed at the home of U.S. Forces Japan in Tokyo on Monday, beginning a four-day visit during which she ...

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Exit poll: Italian far-right leader’s alliance leads vote

By FRANCES D’EMILIO and NICOLE WINFIELDAssociated press ROME (AP) — Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni’s electoral alliance appears to hold a large lead in Italy’s national vote, a state television exit poll suggested Sunday night after a record turnout . State broadcaster Rai said Meloni’s Brothers of Italy, in alliance with two right-wing parties, appeared to be heading for 45% of ...

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Some Education Reform Groups Changed Who They Supported in Baton Rouge School Board Races | Education

With six weeks to go until Election Day on Nov. 8, a noticeable divide has opened up within Louisiana’s school reform community over whether to support the incumbents of the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board. or support their opponents. Thirty-three people have qualified to run for the nine seats on the parish school board, and only three have been ...

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Top 5 Stories of the Week: News from Nvidia GTC, Dreamforce and Gartner

Two major industry events for tech makers led our coverage this week: Nvidia GTC and Dreamforce. Nvidia showed off several AI-infused updates, with a focus on expanding its technologies to equip businesses with the tools to succeed in the metaverse. Highlights include the release of its first software and infrastructure-as-a-service offering: Nvidia Omniverse Cloud. In addition to this, the tech ...

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Religious Briefs | News, Sports, Jobs

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What’s Going On – 9/22 – Our Time Press

AMERICA MID-TERMFor a fortnight, the world has mourned the death of Queen Elizabeth II, 96, and what signals the end of the Empire, British royalty and the Commonwealth. African and Caribbean leaders in countries formerly colonized by Britain have been reluctant to the Queen’s transition. However, most of them attended the Queen’s funeral. In the United States, November 8 is ...

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Councilors reject proposals for ‘hot rooms’ in Nottinghamshire public buildings and libraries

Councilors rejected a motion calling for the idea of ​​’hot rooms’ to be investigated in public buildings in Nottinghamshire. The program has been set up by several other councils across the country to help people who are struggling to heat their homes amid rising energy costs. Under proposals put forward by Nottinghamshire County Council’s Labor group, public buildings like libraries ...

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September: Politicians share untrustworthy information | News and features

A study analyzing millions of Tweets found that Republican members of the US Congress are spreading more and more information from dubious sources, compared to their European counterparts. The research, conducted by the Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) in Austria and the University of Bristol in the UK, showed that Republican congressmen share more links to websites classified as ...

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La Jolla Music Society leaders honored with national and regional awards

LAJOLLA — La Jolla Music Society’s two top leaders – President and CEO Todd Schultz and Artistic Director Leah Rosenthal – were both recently honored with regional and national leadership awards. The San Diego Forum of Corporate Directors honored Schultz as Nonprofit Director of the Year during its annual awards program Sept. 8. Winners are chosen by their board peers ...

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Alliance Pharma plc – Results for the six months ended June 30, 2022

Alliance Pharma S.A. (AIM:APH), the international healthcare group, is pleased to report its half year results for the six months ended June 30, 2022 (‘the period’). The Group weathered the challenges of the first half well and is on track to accelerate revenues in the second half as supply constraints ease and our marketing and product development initiatives drive increased ...

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Avnu Alliance opens TSN test tools program to new vendors – rAVe [PUBS]

Avnu Alliance announced the expansion of its Time Sensitive Network (TSN) Testing Tools program by opening up the testing tools ecosystem to new vendors. As part of this expansion, third-party vendor test tools can be verified and validated through Avnu’s rigorous process, which is designed and maintained by experienced certification management professionals and TSN subject matter experts. to ensure that ...

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Professor Ian Nish, authority on Japan’s foreign relations and the Anglo-Japanese alliance – obituary

Professor Ian Nish, who died at the age of 96, was one of the world’s foremost scholars of modern Japan’s foreign relations, and in particular of the period of the Anglo-Japanese alliance in the early 20th century. Lecturer in international history at the London School of Economics from 1963 and professor from 1980 until his official retirement in 1991, Nish ...

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Raj Thackeray keeps everyone guessing on MNS-BJP alliance

Asked about his bonhomie with BJP leaders, Mr Thackeray explained that politics was different from personal relationships. Asked about his bonhomie with BJP leaders, Mr Thackeray explained that politics was different from personal relationships. Continuing to maintain an ambivalent stance on a possible alliance between the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), MNS leader Raj Thackeray ...

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Yeshiva University suspends undergraduate clubs instead of recognizing LGBTQ group during legal battle

Listen to the article 4 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. Diving Brief: Yeshiva University closed all undergraduate clubs last week rather than recognize an LGBTQ club, a decision coming after the US Supreme Court declined to intervene immediately in a case against the Human Rights Act. New York man to ...

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In the absence of Huawei, Samsung reigns over Android without innovation

When it comes to Android, there’s only one name you can “currently” take: Samsung. But it looks like Samsung lost interest in innovation after Huawei was banned while outpacing Android updates for Galaxy devices. Huawei was banned in 2019, and since then the Chinese tech giant has been steadily losing the smartphone market due to lack of chipsets and Google ...

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How the UK model of postpartum depression care could guide Canada’s treatment plan

Years ago, British mother and baby psychiatrist Alain Dubois reviewed the records of new mothers who died by suicide after their postpartum depression and anxiety went untreated. “The women who [only] received poor care but received shocking rejection and disinterest in their so-called care from the healthcare system,” he said. “I saw a woman who survived by chance because she ...

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Cabarrus Calendar | Local News

Royal Oaks United Methodist Church has a free spaghetti dinner at 4.30 p.m. At 6 p.m. St. James Male Choir will sing. The church is located at 1020 Kansas St., Kannapolis. Concord’s Double Bridge face-to-face games through Concord Parks and Recreation at the Hartsell Recreation Center, 60 Hartsell School Road, at noon. The cost is $5 per player. You must ...

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A third gay couple registers their marriage

FOURTH TO WIN THE COSTUME: Home Office should revoke executive order that prevented 400 international couples from registering marriage, LGBTQ rights group says An international same-sex couple registered their marriage at a household registration office in Taipei on Friday, weeks after winning a lawsuit against an agency that rejected their previous application, an LGBTQ rights group said. Taiwan’s Alliance for ...

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AI and humans, well met | Bombay News

Once upon a time, writing political commentary, or creating art, for that matter, was a field only humans could ride. But it is time to rethink these notions. Art generated by artificial intelligence (AI) was first auctioned for over $400,000 in 2018. And it turns out that AI has now started making good attempts to write political commentary (among others). ...

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Health and nutrition writers and influencers join AFF’s 5th Safe Fruits and Vegetables Farm Tour

The Food and Agriculture Alliance (AFF) hosted its fifth Safe Fruits and Vegetables Farm Tour for dietitians, writers and health and nutrition influencers on September 12, 13 and 14, highlighting featured crops in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Tour participants visited peach, plum, nectarine and citrus farms and vineyards as well as packing and chilling facilities in this agriculturally rich region ...

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Pawtucket Arts Festival celebrates the past, present and future

Donald Grebien The town of Pawtucket is buzzing with so much activity going on; completion of the $47 million Pawtucket-Central Falls Transit Center, $44 million Dexter St. Commons development, construction of a new public safety center, continued construction at Tidewater Landing that will transform Pawtucket’s waterfront and a new, coeducational high school that will roll before voters in November. That ...

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Senators urge US agency to halt funding for EcoHealth Alliance

A group of senators are urging a US agency to cut funding to the nonprofit that funneled money for years to a lab in China. Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) and eight colleagues called on U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Samantha Power to withhold money from three grants totaling millions of dollars to EcoHealth Alliance, the New York-based agency. ...

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Judges side with LGBTQ group at Jewish college, for now – FOX13 News Memphis

WASHINGTON — (AP) — The Supreme Court cleared the way for an LGBTQ group to gain official recognition as a Jewish college in New York, though that might not last. By a 5-4 vote on Wednesday, judges lifted a temporary stay of a court order that requires Yeshiva University to recognize the group, the YU Pride Alliance, even as a ...

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Don’t play: Video game testers aim to unionize

Workers’ demands include better, more equitable and transparent compensation and benefits, a remote work option for some employees, and relocation assistance for remote workers who wish to work at the Albany studio. “We want to have a voice at the table, to have more of a say in how our studio is run,” Laven said. As workers prepare for a ...

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Netanyahu brokers deal for far-right anti-LGBT party to run with religious Zionism

MK Avi Moaz said on Wednesday his anti-LGBT Noam party would renew its union with far-right Religious Zionism and Otzma Yehudit, with the alliance to be called Religious Zionism, forgoing a solo run. The development came after Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu put personal pressure on spiritual leader Noam to do so. “After a long meeting with the party rabbis, it ...

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Alliance Defending Freedom, which defended Downtown Hope Center, branded a hate group by a senior justice official

The Christian legal group that defended the Downtown Hope Center in Anchorage from the intrusion of a drunken transgender has been branded a hate group by a senior US Department of Justice official. And that did not sit well with two Republican members of the US Senate. “Alliance Defending Freedom is one of the strongest advocates for religious freedom and ...

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SimplePractice Enterprise Launches API to Expand Access to Covered Behavioral Healthcare

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SimplePractice, an EngageSmart (NYSE:ESMT) solution and industry-leading platform simplifying the health and wellness experience for more than 140,000 individual and small group providers, today announced the launching SimplePractice Enterprise™ to serve Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) today. SimplePractice Enterprise’s first customers include small, medium and large EAPs whose combined registered members total over 130 ...

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What helped Poilievre in his decisive victory

Political pundits say Pierre Poilievre’s popularity with Conservative MPs stems from his interest in the key issues that matter to Canadians. Malcolm Bird, a political science professor at the University of Winnipeg, says Poilievre gained popularity by focusing on vital economic issues, personal freedoms and empowering families. “Look how many people he attracted to the party, look how many people ...

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Los Angeles County to settle lawsuit over homelessness crisis

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles County leaders announced a lawsuit settlement agreement Monday that commits hundreds of millions of dollars to expand outreach and support services for homeless residents, marking the potential end of two years of litigation over the crisis of people living on the streets. The agreement places LA County, operator of the local public health system, ...

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US National News Roundup: US Supreme Court’s Sotomayor Allows Yeshiva University to Ban LGBT Student Club for Now; As Biden touts Intel’s Ohio factory, Rep. Tim Ryan questions his plans for 2024 and beyond

Below is a summary of briefs from US domestic news. US Supreme Court’s Sotomayor allows Yeshiva University to ban LGBT student club for now On Friday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor allowed Yeshiva University to refuse to recognize an LGBT student club that the Jewish School of New York says violates its religious values, temporarily blocking the ...

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LITTLE ROCK CARNET: City Council approves public safety purchases | New survey due for Hillcrest Historic District

Procurement OK for Public Safety The Little Rock board of directors approved several public safety-related purchases at a meeting Tuesday. Members passed resolutions authorizing contracts with Motorola Solutions for software to redact video and audio ($52,470); Fusus, LLC for a software management system related to the police department’s new Real-Time Crime Center ($128,937); and ABM Supply for six binocular night ...

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Stellantis workers strike at Kokomo casting plant over health and safety concerns

Workers at the Stellantis casting plant in Kokomo, Indiana, went on strike Saturday morning over contract issues. According to a brief announcement posted on the main United Auto Workers website, UAW Local 1166 is asking “management to repair, replace and maintain HVAC systems (which the company has promised to do years ago), address other health and safety issues, provide clean ...

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Ukrainian heroism should change NATO’s attitude towards the prospect of Ukraine’s membership, which will only strengthen the Alliance – Andriy Yermak in Yalta European Strategy

Ukraine needs reliable and legally justified security guarantees that would work and protect our state against the repetition of such large-scale aggression by the Russian Federation. This was underlined by the head of the office of the president Andriy Yermak at the annual Yalta European Strategy (YES) meeting in Kyiv. Together with the former Prime Minister and former Minister of ...

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Job: Finance Manager at Heartland Alliance

Heartland Alliance Ltd-Gte is a service-based human rights organization with a global heritage that is established under the laws of Nigeria with a mission to engage as a leader and global player with a variety of stakeholders to create access to opportunities and resources for health and social and economic justice for all. Heartland Alliance… Learn more about this company ...

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Kidney exchange transplant pilot program launched between the United States and Italy

TOLEDO, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Alliance for Paired Kidney Donation (APKD), an Ohio-based nonprofit organization that operates an international kidney exchange registry, today announces the launch of a pilot exchange program kidney disease between the United States and Italy. The signing of the agreement between the APKD and the Centro Nazionali Trapianti (CNT), the organization that manages all transplant activities in Italy, ...

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Why Vietnam shouldn’t go nuclear – The Diplomat

Defense Asia | Security | South East Asia Pursuing a nuclear deterrent against Chinese aggression would undermine the country’s international reputation and destabilize relations with Beijing. Advertising Since the end of the Cold War, Vietnam has been in a precarious position, with Chinese threats increasing both on land and at sea. At constant perimeter, Vietnam is unlikely to match Chinese ...

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Proposed Chicago Casino Gets New Community Advisory Group

After months of rejection from neighbors of Bally’s proposed casino site along the Chicago River, Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday unveiled a 19-member advisory group to “enable community stakeholders of all kinds to have a significant impact before, during and after the construction of the casino. ” The casino’s Community Advisory Board, which will be overseen by the city’s planning ...

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Workplace shifting sands boost Marcus Moufarrige’s software startup Ility

The business that allows landlords to manage and sell a growing range of services beyond the wholesale supply of space has grown rapidly. In 2020, Ility signed a contract to service 20 million square feet (1.86 million square meters) of space for New York-based landlord RXR Reality, but that expanded to 100 million square feet, a declared Mr. Moufarrige. Digitization ...

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Auburn University and U.S. Army Agree to 10-Year Natural Resource Management Partnership to Service Southeastern U.S. Military Bases

Body of the article Auburn University and the U.S. Army cemented a partnership by signing a historic 10-year agreement to provide natural resource management services to eight military bases in the southeastern region of the United States, including Redstone Arsenal and Fort Rucker in Alabama; Forts Benning, Gordon and Stewart in Georgia; Fort Polk in Louisiana; Fort Bragg in North ...

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Greece files complaint with NATO and UN over Turkey’s remarks

Greece has sent letters to NATO and the UN, complaining about what it called “inflammatory” statements by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and asking them to condemn Ankara’s behavior, officials said on Wednesday. diplomatic sources. The two countries – North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies but historic enemies – have been at odds for decades over a range of issues, including ...

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Jordan Chancey Wins RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award

Company DAILY SRQ WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2022 | Jordan Chancey, associate broker of the RE/MAX Alliance group, received the RE/MAX Hall of Fame award, which recognizes the most successful real estate professionals for their service to buyers and sellers during their career. Chancey joined RE/MAX Alliance Group in 2017 from the Bradenton office and quickly won the ...

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Ori Biotech expands its footprint and invests in high-level expertise

It has invested in world-class expertise, personnel and facilities, with the aim of a rapid transition to the launch of its innovative cell and gene therapy (CGT) manufacturing platform. The developer has strengthened its management team with several new appointments, including three directors, to support the growth and push the commercialization of its platform, as well as the expansion of ...

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Family, age, education, political career, son, father, net worth and other details

Biography of Sheikh Hasina: Sheikh Hasina is a Bangladeshi politician and has served as the country’s Prime Minister since 2009. Sheikh Hasina is the daughter of Bangladesh’s founding father and first president, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Sheikh Hasina is the longest serving prime minister of Bangladesh, as she previously held the position from 1996 to 2001. As of September 5, ...

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Group Calls Full Steam to Repair Downtown Greyhound Amtrak Station – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Once a busy hub for rail travel, downtown Union Station is plagued with a number of maintenance issues. Tod Bassler, President of the Indiana Passenger Railroad Alliancesaid, “I wish the environment was more conducive to guest comfort so they don’t have to sleep on the floor.” Bassler also pointed to graffiti in the bathrooms and potholes in ...

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Student debt forgiveness rollout could get messy, consumer groups and lenders warn

WASHINGTON — Following President Joe Biden’s decision last month to forgive some student loan debt, consumer advocates and loan service providers have raised concerns that the rollout of the program could be messy and seedy. confusion among borrowers. Advocates of student debt relief and companies administering the loans say the Biden administration is trying to do too much in too ...

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Workforce development will be a key part of the $100 million initiative

Efforts to train workers in West Virginia just got a big boost. A coalition of West Virginia partners will leverage $62 million in funding from the United States Economic Development Administration, along with an additional $26 million in matching funding from non-federal sources. Governor Jim Justice’s administration also pledged $2 million. All of this money will go to various projects ...

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Beijing’s 3rd most senior official to visit South Korea as China, US squabble over semiconductors

Li Zhanshu, the third most important figure in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and member of the Politburo Standing Committee, is due to visit South Korea in mid-September. Experts say China and the United States are competing to win over South Korea because it is an important part of the global semiconductor supply chain. Li is the third most important ...

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NUS chair suspended amid probe into anti-Semitism allegations

The National Union of Students (NUS) has suspended its president Shaima Dallali while an independent investigation into allegations of anti-Semitism within the student body is completed. Dalali’s suspension came after the conclusion of the first part of an investigation by QC Rebecca Tuck QC into allegations of discrimination against Jewish students. Sources told Jewish News the suspension was not part ...

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How China’s ‘Big Three’ Airlines Came to Be

Here is a simple explanation of the beginnings of the three major airlines of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) – Air China, China Eastern and China Southern. These three airlines were born out of the breakup of the monopoly of the People’s Aviation Company of China as a subsidiary of the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The People’s Aviation ...

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AFA makes endorsements in internal races

The Alabama Forestry Association (AFA) has announced its support for a new batch of candidates for the Alabama House of Representatives. The association supports Ernie Yarbrough, David Cole, Leigh Hulsey, James Lomax, Mike Kirkland, Phillip Rigsby, Mark Gidley, Evan Jackson, Chad Robertson and Fred Kelley. Ernie Yarbrough – District 7 Yarbrough is running for House District 7, which covers all ...

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Second Eastern Caribbean nation repeals colonial-era anti-LGTBQ+ laws

The High Court of Saint Kitts and Nevis has struck down anti-LGBTQ+ laws that have existed since British colonial times, the second time in less than two months that an Eastern Caribbean nation has struck down such laws. Judge Trevor M. Ward ruled this week that the sodomy sections of the St. Kitts Offenses Against the Person Act violate the ...

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Naidu talks about the alliance with NDA

Perhaps for the first time, TDP leader N Chandrababu Naidu spoke about the TDP’s alliance with the BJP and joining the NDA at the Centre. There have been rumors in the Telugu states that the TDP will soon join the NDA and run for the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Assembly elections in alliance with the BJP. The buzz started with ...

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Youngkin administration outlines plan to remove Virginia from carbon market through regulation

Governor Glenn Youngkin’s administration on Wednesday announced its latest plans for how it intended to remove Virginia from a regional carbon market, a move that critics say is not authorized by law, would drain money. major government funding programs and would undermine the fight against climate change. Acting Secretary of Natural and Historic Resources Travis Voyles told a meeting of ...

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