Feminist foreign policy key for human rights, says German minister – The Sun Nigeria

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said improving women’s rights is a central pillar of international policy. “Feminist foreign policy is not a European or Western concept. It is a universal concept of human rights,” she told a meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York. Baerbock …

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Meta sued for violating Apple’s privacy policies to ‘spy’ on users

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Ministry of Natural Resources touts decade of green gains

China managed to retain 1.8 billion me (120 million hectares) of its arable land and protected 30% of its total landmass under the “ecological red line” system, said government spokesperson on Monday 19 September. They were speaking at a series of press conferences on the government’s achievements since the 18th …

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10 Best Loans No Credit Check: Get Bad Credit Loans With Guaranteed Approval – September 2022

Getting a loan can be daunting, especially if you have bad credit. Fortunately, there are loan services that specialize in providing loans for bad credit. Applying for these loans has become easier since the lenders do not perform rigorous credit checks on your account. Therefore, as long as you meet …

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State Department made ‘calculation’ to prioritize Iran nuclear deal over human rights issues

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! UNITED NATIONS, New York – The Biden administration decided to pursue a nuclear deal with Iran in hopes of preventing the nation from reaching for the bomb, even at the cost of ignoring the regime’s human rights abuses. “We have been focused …

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Yes Bank revises interest rates on savings accounts: Details here

Yes Bank, a private sector lender, has changed interest rates on its savings accounts. According to the bank’s official website, the new rates come into effect on September 17, 2022. After the change, the bank now offers an interest rate on savings bank accounts of up to 6.25%. Yes Bank …

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Eleven schoolchildren killed in airstrike in Myanmar (UNICEF)

NEW YORK CITY: Just a few months ago, Somalia was promised a new era. After a peaceful vote and an equally peaceful transfer of power, many had hoped that a line had been drawn after decades of clan divisions, factional politics, heightened tensions between Mogadishu and the regions and a …

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| RoundupNM fire information after the fire

USFS Southwest Region | September 20, 2022 Punky Moore, [email protected] This roundup is intended to keep you informed of progress on National Forest System lands affected by wildfires in 2022. Primary federal responsibilities for salvage on National Forest System lands rest with the USDA Forest Service (FS) and for private …

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US Dispatch: Human Rights Activists Protest Filipino Leader Marcos’ UN Visit Outside NYSE – JURIST

Hannah Brem is the news editor of JURIST and a 3L from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. She is filing this dispatch from New York. Human rights activists gathered outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Monday to protest the visit of Philippine President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Romualdez …

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“Money should be purely individual.” If I had a dollar every time I looked at the amount in my savings account and felt anxious, I would be a millionaire. I’ve been working since I was 14 and back then I was taking as many hours as possible to make sure …

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Egypt participates in the meeting of the Board of Governors of Arab Central Banks and Monetary Institutions in Saudi Arabia

Hassan Abdalla – Acting Governor of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) – took part in the meeting of the 46th session of the Board of Governors of Arab Central Banks and Monetary Institutions on Sunday in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, under the auspices of the Custodian of the Two Holy …

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Harvard Award Recognized ColdHubs

NIGERIA: A company that provides solar-powered cold rooms for perishable foods in Nigeria has won an award from Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. ColdHubs Ltd is the winner of the Roy Family Award for Environmental Partnership 2022, an award presented biennially by the Environment and Natural …

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Third Age Barrie presents a series on human rights abuses

The series begins on October 4 with the presentation of a member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague PRESS RELEASETHIRD AGE BARRIE LONG LIFE LEARNING ASSOCIATION*************************The Third Age Barrie Life Long Learning Association shines a light on some of the world’s worst human rights abuses while highlighting …

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How to bet on Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez vs Gennadiy Golovkin 3 in Canada

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3 ways we are being sold bad investment products. How to avoid these

Investments have simple rules, but it gets tricky when we try to do something beyond our understanding. A perfect example of this is mis-selling. And in response to how we often become subjects of overselling, Chenthil Iyer, SEBI Registered Investment Advisersaid, said, “Financial awareness is very low in India and …

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India welcomes cheetahs back, 70 years after local extinction

DUBAI: Two years after the signing of the Abraham Accords, normalizing relations between the UAE and Israel, the UAE rabbi got married on Wednesday at the Hilton Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. Rabbi Levi Duchman, 29, is married to Lea Hadad, 27, the daughter of Rabbi Menachem Hadad, the Chabad …

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Auburn board passes budget with strong support from Auburn employees

Body of the article In a show of significant support for Auburn employee investment, the Auburn University Board of Trustees accepted its largest budget yet — $1.593 billion — for fiscal year 2023 during of its meeting on September 16. The new budget, which begins Oct. 1, is up $64.2 …

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Alberta overturns appointment of Human Rights Commission chief in book review dispute

EDMONTON — The Alberta government has overturned the appointment of the head of its Human Rights Commission in a dispute over a passage in a book review that has been criticized as Islamophobic. Justice Minister Tyler Shandro’s department has not officially announced that it has removed Collin May as head …

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Best Bad Credit Loans and No Credit Check Loans with Guaranteed Approval in 2022

Best Loans for Bad Credit: Get No Credit Check Loans with Guaranteed Approval Unless you can see the future, you cannot predict an emergency. So if a financial emergency arises and you are not well prepared, you will need a reliable solution to help you get through the trouble. At …

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Billionaire owner of Patagonia donates company to fight climate crisis | American News

Setting another example of environmental leadership, the billionaire owner of Patagonia is giving the whole company to fight the Earth’s climate devastation, he announced on Wednesday. Patagonia Founder Yvon Chouinard, Who Turned His Passion For Climbing Into One Of The World’s Most Successful Sportswear Brands, Turns The Whole Company Over …

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How a minority-owned bank outwitted payday lenders

Image source: Getty Images OneUnited Bank is proof that some companies still have heart. Key points Cash Please is OneUnited Bank’s way of protecting its customers from predatory lending. NBCUniversal spent six months tracking and recording the unique mission OneUnited has set for itself. It’s impossible to meet Teri Williams, …

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UN rights officials urge Canada on case of overseas detainee Jack Letts

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Missoula County Public Schools Expect More Student Debt After Lunch Price Hike | Local News

At the start of this school year, Missoula County public school students had more than $42,000 in outstanding lunch balances, all of which predated the COVID pandemic. That number came as no surprise to Stacey Rossmiller, the district’s food and nutrition services supervisor. “That number is actually pretty good for …

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Nearly 3 million tonnes of grain exported from Ukraine since August

LONDON: Somalia faces widespread malnutrition and death due to worsening drought crisis if international funding is not increased, a UN briefing on the crisis has heard. Held virtually on Wednesday, the meeting included the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffiths, as well as Somalia’s first Special …

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For a Bloomberg Economics report on 10 lessons from South Africa’s sanctions of the 1980s, please click here. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Allied nations have unleashed a series of sanctions so swift and far-reaching that there are no real precedents. Even, say, restrictions on Iran or Venezuela – two …

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Death toll from migrant shipwrecks off Tunisia rises to 11

CAIRO: African ministers meeting in Cairo two months before the COP27 climate summit have called for a big expansion of climate finance for their continent while opposing an abrupt shift away from fossil fuels. Egypt, an oil and gas producer considered highly vulnerable to climate change, has positioned itself as …

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Environmental agencies and volunteers clear Red Sea shores of plastic waste

Employees of the Egyptian Ministry of Environment in the Red Sea Governorate, alongside volunteers, NGOs and the Scouts Association celebrated world cleanup day clearing beaches of plastic waste and debris. The activities included the collection of a large amount of garbage and marine litter and transporting it to the ecological …

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Buy now, pay later, services have replaced layaway: you can take your purchase home now and pay for it over time. Affirm is one of the most common buy now, pay later services. But how does Affirm compare to similar services, and should you consider using it for your next …

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The Fed’s decision to raise the federal funds rate is aimed at obtaining inflation under control, but there is also a downside. Target rate increases affect consumer rates, so you may notice interest on credit card balances start to cost you more and more. The good news is that paying …

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King Charles III: a friend of the Arab world

LONDON: In November, the Prince of Wales and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, embarked on the first overseas tour by a member of the British royal family since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, which had temporarily interrupted these trips two years earlier. For those familiar with the interests …

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California planned to shut down its last nuclear power plant by 2025. What happened?

Four years ago, California regulators approved a proposal to decommission the state’s last operating nuclear facility, the 2.2 GW Diablo Canyon power plant by 2025. This month, however, lawmakers scrambled during the final hours of the legislative session to pass a bill – Senate Bill 846 – to preserve the …

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Hong Kong shares opened in the green on Friday, taking inspiration from Wall Street where major indices gained after clarity over the United States Federal Reservestrategy path. The slower-than-expected rise in consumer price inflation in China also boosted sentiment. The reference Hang Seng Index increased by more than 2% during …

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Volker Türk appointed new UN High Commissioner for Human Rights |

“Mr. Türk has dedicated his long and distinguished career to advancing universal human rights, including the international protection of some of the world’s most vulnerable people – refugees and stateless people,” said the head of the UN in a statement. service career The new high commissioner currently coordinates global policy …

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WHO: COVID cases fall everywhere, but the pandemic is not over

NEW DELHI: Deep inequality remains a pressing problem across India, experts said this week, even as the former British colony overtook the UK to become the world’s fifth-largest economy. India’s gross domestic product overtook Britain in the final three months of 2021 and extended its lead into the first quarter …

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TERRE BLEUE– Members of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) attended the Faribault County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday to review the department’s activities in the county. “Our mission is to work with the people of Minnesota to conserve and manage the state’s natural resources, to …

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Ethereum ETH/USD Creator Vitalik Buterin clarified that the Merge event is still a few days away – but Tuesday’s networks upgrade is still important for the blockchain. What happened: Buterin took to Twitter to state that although the Bellatrix hard fork will go live on Tuesday, the actual merge won’t …

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Liberia: China Human Rights Report Puts Liberia’s Decision on the Right Side of History

Monrovia — Liberia’s decision to sign a joint statement condemning China’s human rights record at the United Nations Human Rights Council was vindicated by the recent damning human rights report. published by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHRCH). On June 14, Liberia joined 46 other UN …

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Central Bank of Malaysia to offer two more 25 basis point rate hikes this year

(Reuters) – Malaysia’s central bank will make a third consecutive 25 basis point interest rate hike on Thursday and a fourth in November to ease mounting inflationary pressures, but will choose to move slowly despite a hawkish U.S. Federal Reserve , according to a Reuters poll. Although Malaysian inflation reached …

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Saudi Arabia condemns suicide attack on Russian Embassy in Kabul

RIYADH: Two Italian researchers presented new scientific research on falcon conservation at the Saudi International Falcons and Hunting Exhibition, which involves the use of drones to rehabilitate injured birds. Dr Giovanni Granati and Athena Jitariuc presented their research in a workshop at the event which ran from August 25 to …

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Egypt steps up green initiatives ahead of COP27

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Bank Of America offers home loans with no credit check, down payment and no closing costs. Here’s how.

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Kenneth Roth leaves Human Rights Watch after 30 years, Tirana Hassan named interim executive director

After nearly 30 years, Kenneth Roth left Human Rights Watch on August 31, 2022 as Executive Director. Roth has led HRW since 1993, growing HRW from a small group of regional “watchdogs” to a large international human rights organization with global influence. He began his human rights career as a …

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Bitcoinblack Adds Limitless Peer-to-Peer Instant Global Money Transfer Service for V1 App Launch

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2022-2023 Maryland Migratory Game Bird Hunting Begins

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the state’s 2022-2023 migratory game bird hunting seasons. Bag limits, season dates and shooting times can be found in the Maryland Hunting and Trapping Guide. “Hunters in Maryland look forward to September as September marks the start of the fall hunting season,” said …

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Ian McGregor | Secondary education | College of Education and Human Development

Summary Ian McGregor, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her scholarship and teaching focus on preparing teachers in social studies, human rights education, and civics/citizenship with an emphasis on teaching difficult history. Her current research explores how teachers and students conceptualize citizenship in human rights …

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Bitcoin ($BTC) – The Anonymous Bitcoin Whale Just Pulled $61 Million worth of BTC from Coinbase

What happened: a bitcoin BTC/USD whale just sent $61,800,179 worth of Bitcoin to Coinbase. The BTC address associated with this transaction has been identified as: 1CYCzQYPzac63fiSCQuaTG8aAzkCJ5dg2e. Why is this important: Bitcoin “Whales” (investors who own $10 million or more in BTC) typically send cryptocurrency from exchanges when they plan to …

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Diablo Immortal Whale faces $35,000 in ‘orb debt’ after Blizzard removes fraudulent items

Blizzard has taken action against in-game currency for Diablo Immortal purchased from third-party sites, leaving some whales with tens of thousands of dollars in in-game debt. Eternal Orbs are the primary form of currency you can purchase in Diablo Immortal. Officially, you can buy it in bundles ranging from $1 …

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Aid is flowing to Pakistan; flood deaths cross 1,200 mark

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Planes carrying fresh supplies cross a humanitarian air bridge to flood-ravaged Pakistan as the death toll passed 1,200, officials said Friday, with families and children particularly at risk. illness and homelessness. The ninth flight from the United Arab Emirates and the first from Uzbekistan were the latest …

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Director of Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSE:CNQ) sells C$21,112.00 worth of shares

Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSE:CNQ – Get a rating) (NYSE:CNQ) Director Stephen W. Laut sold 280 shares of the company in a trade on Monday, August 29. The shares were sold at an average price of CA$75.40, for a total transaction of CA$21,112.00. Following completion of the transaction, the administrator …

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Proposed inheritance bill may not be human rights compliant, commissioner warns

Controversial government legislation to deal with the legacy of the Troubles in Northern Ireland ‘runs a very significant risk’ of being deemed not in line with human rights obligations, according to a communication to the Council of Europe. ‘man. Dunja Mijatovic is the council’s human rights commissioner and recently traveled …

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UN chief to visit Pakistan to witness ‘climate catastrophe’

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Proposal would use $566,000 in settlement funds for ABCWUA sewage disposal project

Settlement funding to remediate groundwater at two Superfund sites in Albuquerque could be used to partially fund the Albuquerque County Bernalillo Wastewater Reclamation Plant Outfall Restoration Project. The Office of Natural Resources Trustee is seeking public comment on a proposal to use $566,000 of remaining settlement money in the Atchison …

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US wildfires are a reproductive justice issue

Wildfires raged across the United States this summer, devastating communities and threatening reproductive health and justice, highlighting the need for accessible and comprehensive counseling for pregnant women. The American Reproductive Justice Framework, created by black women’s rights activists, advocates for equal access to a healthy and safe environment for all …

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Do you have big plans? Here are 5 times your personal credit may not be enough

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The Bushra Savings Account is your first choice for the return on your savings

Muscat: Alizz Islamic Bank continues to improve the lives of bank customers by providing them with the opportunity to save their money and receive the expected cash benefits on their savings with the Shariah Compliant “Bushra” Savings Account. Currently, Alizz Islamic Bank offers a Bushra savings account based on the …

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US manhunt after gunman shot 3 ‘random’ people

NEW DELHI: Indian authorities demolished two illegally built skyscrapers in less than 10 seconds on Sunday, making them the tallest structures ever demolished in the South Asian country. More than 3,700 kg of explosives were used around 2.30 p.m., authorities said, with the collapse of the twin towers – each …

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Senate Human Rights Committee Sends Social Welfare Recommendations to Egyptian Government

CAIRO – August 27, 2022: The Egyptian Senate’s Human Rights and Social Solidarity Committee has addressed a number of important parliamentary recommendations to the government in line with the objectives of social protection programs. The parliamentary recommendation comes in the light of its study of the economic and social …

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Russian forces in Syria say Israeli planes attacked research center

Palestinian civil rights institutions shut down by Israeli army to continue their work RAMALLAH: The directors of seven Palestinian civil rights institutions closed by an Israeli army decision on August 18 have decided to reopen their establishments and continue their activities as usual. Arab News spoke to Shawan Jabarin, director …

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Nebraska Agricultural Innovation | Office of Governor Pete Ricketts

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CRS calls on Congress to tie US aid to India to human rights

India identified as “the site of numerous human rights violations” by the United States, the UN and some NGOs, according to CRS Accusing India of being the “site of numerous human rights abuses”, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) has suggested tying $117 million in US aid to improving human rights. …

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M2 says the Fed doesn’t need to crush the economy

Khanchit Khirisutchalual Yesterday (I’m writing this in Maui just before midnight Aug 24) the Fed released the July 22 M2 stats, and they couldn’t have been better. Year-over-year growth has fallen from a high of 27% in February 2021 (unprecedented!!) to just 5.3% today. On a 6 month. annualized on …

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I’m a payments expert – four ways to prepare NOW for a bank failure so you don’t get left behind

BANK outages aren’t just inconvenient, they can cost you your pocket – here’s what you need to do to protect yourself. Bank failures are not uncommon – we regularly see businesses encountering payment issues, technical issues or system problems. 1 Bank failures can cause big problems – so be prepared …

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Jailed ex-Malaysian PM Najib Razak returns to court for 1MDB trial

UNITED NATIONS: Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday called on Myanmar’s military-installed government to include ethnic Rohingya in a solution to the country’s political crisis. He commented on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the start of a mass exodus of the Muslim minority to Bangladesh to escape a military …

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California is about to switch to clean vehicles

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Nearly 80% of Americans would consider switching to a community bank, Grain survey finds

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Pakistan: Making Torture a Crime

(New York) – The Pakistani Senate should urgently pass a bill that would criminalize torture, Human Rights Watch said today. On August 1, 2022, the National Assembly passed the Torture and Death in Custody (Prevention and Punishment) Act, which, if enacted, will for the first time criminalize torture by Pakistani …

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ANZ Plus raises savings account rate to 2.70% per annum

The Big Four bank stepped up its efforts again in August, raising the rate on its ANZ Plus savings account for “ANZ Save” customers to 2.70% per annum. The increase comes after the big bank raised its ANZ Save account rate for ANZ Plus customers by 50 basis points following …

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Israel’s refusal to release Palestinian prisoners heightens tensions

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Title loans are also called car title loans, secured loans, or secured loans. They are often characterized by a short repayment period and a low loan amount. Unlike other types of loans, title loans use your vehicle as collateral. When applying for a car title loan, some lenders typically skip …

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Palestinian activist defies Israeli interrogation order

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Yemeni leader in Riyadh for talks on economic and political support

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Cox cabinet pick expected to resign Utah House seat

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The IMF cannot ignore corruption and human rights

Central Bank Governor Dr Nandalal Weerasinghe on Thursday expressed hope that the government will be able to finalize a preliminary agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that would lead to a comprehensive bailout package. With Sri Lanka defaulting on its debt in May this year, options for increasing …

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Sydney World Pride has announced the first ten speakers who will take part in their human rights conference, while addressing concerns about difficult access to the expensive event. The first 10 Human Rights Conference panelists and presenters have been confirmed, with human rights advocates, academics and LGBTQIA+ leaders from around …

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