UN human rights experts call for sanctions and arms embargo against Burmese junta

UN human rights experts today expressed concern over the plight of human rights defenders in Myanmar and called for a stronger international response to the military coup, including coordinated sanctions and an arms embargo against the junta by forming an “emergency coalition of nations”. Myanmar’s brutal force campaign of terror …

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South Korea to launch monetary tightening in Asia | Invest News

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea is set to be the first Asian economy to raise interest rates from pandemic-era lows as its outgoing central bank governor steps up efforts to root out any fledgling real estate bubble or any household debt stress. Bank of Korea Lee Ju-yeol surprised financial markets …

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Authorities call for home fires to be prepared

FRENCHTOWN – The early onset of the fire season combined with sustained high temperatures is of concern to local rural fire departments. The Frenchtown Rural Fire District told MTN News they received around 100 more emergency calls in their department compared to the same time last year, and they are …

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Future Fund revenues up 33%; Depletion of reserves – ARAB TIMES

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger “Very solid” financial situation, according to the minister KUWAIT CITY, July 1 (Agencies): Kuwait’s financial situation is “very strong” and supported by the “Future Generations” reserve fund, the country’s finance minister said on Thursday, noting that the fund has grown exponentially lately. . The fund …

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EDITORIAL: All human rights are founded on freedom of religion | Premium

In a historically significant display of religious, racial, ethnic and geopolitical diversity, thousands of people from around the world gathered in Washington last week for the International Summit on Religious Freedom. Muslims, Christians, Jews, Sikhs, Hindus and many more have shared horror stories of anti-religious discrimination so hellish that most …

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Counting What Matters – Finding Purpose in Financial Planning

“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts cannot be counted.” Albert Einstein Indeed, this is not the only quote from Einstein that relates to personal finance, and certainly not the most famous. That price probably goes to: “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the …

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Sources, Automotive News, ET Auto

Moscow / Dubai: OPEC + ministers plan to hold their next meeting on Sunday to decide on production policy, three sources within the producer group told Reuters on Saturday. The move comes after Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) reached a compromise last week in an OPEC + …

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Amnesty report condemns Libya, EU for human rights violations in detention camps – JURIST – News

Amnesty International has published a report Thursday, stating that migrants and refugees held in Libyan detention centers face excruciating sexual violence from guards, including being forced to exchange sex for clean food and water. The report is based on interviews with 53 refugees and migrants who were intercepted in the …

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UN human rights experts urge India to end deportation of Khori Gaon residents

United Nations human rights experts on Friday called on the Indian government to end the expulsion of the inhabitants of Khori Gaon in the Faridabad district of Haryana. Demolition of more than 10,000 settlements in Khori Gaon encroaching on Aravalli forest land began on Wednesday after the Supreme Court refused …

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Ruud appointed to Midwestern Legislative Conference Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee

Senator Carrie Ruud, R-Breezy Point, has been appointed to the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee of the Midwestern Legislative Conference for its 75th annual meeting in Rapid City, South Dakota. The committee meeting was held July 10-13 and focused on the issues, challenges and interests facing several Midwestern states. Ruud …

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