Human rights groups urge Ukrainian leaders to change SBU reform bill ahead of passage

Human Rights Watch (HRW) and more than 20 other groups urged Ukraine’s parliament to address shortcomings in a bill to reform the country’s security services before passing it. HRW is one of 23 civil society groups that on June 3 sent a letter to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and co-sponsors …

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Administrator Says Governance Around 2016 Policy Change “Goes Beyond Belief”

Central Coast Council administrator Rik Hart said the state government should either monitor the NSW council’s restricted funds or get rid of them altogether and leave the councilors and the community decide how to spend their money. “The Beggars Belief” was how Hart described the Central Coast Council’s change in …

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QSE sets off 3 consecutive days of bullish trajectory

Domestic funds and local retail investors were seen as net buyers on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise closed in negative yesterday, ending three consecutive days of bullish trajectory.Foreigners continued to be net buyers but with less intensity even though the Qatar 20-stock index was 50 points or 0.46% lower …

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Authorities want to turn 395-acre property along the Grand River into a “large regional park”

ADA, MI – A Riverside Kent County Park property has tripled in size in the past three years, and later this year county leaders want the public to help make it a “great park regional”. On Thursday, June 3, leaders from Kent County, Ada Township and the Kent County Parks …

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The Tigray conflict: Ethiopia’s humanitarian catastrophe – Harry Sanders

June 3, 2021 by guest contributor Map of the Tigray conflict, which started in November and continues This article was written by Harry Sanders, content editor for the Immigration counseling service. As of November 2020, the Tigray region in northern Ethiopia has been the epicenter of a terrible (and extremely …

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The big deal about short selling stocks

For most people, investing means buying stocks or bonds with the expectation that their price will rise over time or to earn income. They earn money when the price goes up and lose money when it goes down. However, some savvy professional investors seek to profit when prices fall through …

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Governor Ron DeSantis continues to support the FWC and natural resources

Today, Governor Ron DeSantis signed the 2021-22 fiscal year budget, fully supporting the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) law enforcement officers and the FWC’s mission to protect Florida’s natural resources. The budget is proof of Governor DeSantis’ steadfast commitment to conserving Florida’s natural resources for future generations. The …

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History is written as Israeli Arab Ra’am party joins Bennett-Lapid coalition

Surrounded by camera flashes at a luxury hotel in Ramat Gan, conservative Islamist leader Ra’am Mansour Abbas made history Wednesday night when he became the first Israeli Arab party leader in half a century to sign a deal to sit in a coalition government. “This is the first time that …

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Military must “scrupulously” respect human rights and release civilian leaders

Alioune Tine, independent human rights expert in Mali, said that contrary to reports, President Bah N’Daw and former Prime Minister Moctar Ouane were not released by the army on May 27, but placed under house arrest. This development follows Mali’s second coup in less than a year. The ousted president …

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When you can let your good credit score go down

A good credit score is good, but it’s important to remember that credit is a tool, not an assessment of your personal worth. Through BEV O’SHEA from NerdWallet June 2, 2021, 11:47 • 4 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article If you’ve worked hard to achieve …

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