Hamas’ Bitcoin windfall: how Gaza group circumvents sanctionsNews

The latest round of fighting between Israel and Hamas may have dealt a military blow to the terrorist organization in Gaza, but it led to what one activist described as a “spike” in donations to the military wing of the Gaza Strip. group, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. …

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MNR provides loans for energy efficient upgrades

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources provides $ 5 million in loan funding for entities to make investments that reduce their energy use. The ministry’s energy loan program is accepting applications until September 30, and more information for applicants can be found on the program’s website. Public schools, public institutions …

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Jesus College professor discourages conversations about Uyghur human rights

Nolan suggested that the issues surrounding the treatment of Uyghur Muslims in China are “issues that affect all countries that have any minority.”Lucas Maddalena Content Note: This article contains a discussion of human rights violations against Uyghur Muslims Professor Peter Nolan of Jesus College, who has financial ties to the …

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Why is the Alaska legislature flirting with state shutdown?

By any measure, Alaska is currently on fragile fiscal ground. The best news for the state is that the number of COVID-19 cases tends to drop as vaccinations slowly rise, giving workers, Alaskans and tourists a reason to resume lives that are more like their normal days. ‘before the pandemic. …

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Group video calls and animated backgrounds appeared in Telegram Beta

A new beta version of Telegram Messenger for Android with number 7.8.0 was released yesterday. It has received innovations such as animated backgrounds for chats, support for group video calls, and a number of other features that will migrate to the stable version of the app for the foreseeable future. …

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ND Human Rights Arts Festival will take place | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted “Sitting for Peace” by Isaiah Johns. Photo submitted “Error of justice” by DC Houle. The fourth annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival will be held June 10 through July 15 in downtown Minot. There will be a reception on June 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. …

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Saudi Arabia, World Bank pledge $ 100 million to Global Tourism Fund

RIYAD: Saudi Arabia, in partnership with the World Bank, has pledged $ 100 million to establish the International Fund for Global Tourism, Ahmed Al-Khateeb, the Kingdom’s Minister of Tourism said during the opening speech of the Tourism Recovery Summit 2021 held in Riyadh. “This will be the first and only …

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Gephart: Study Shows Banks Make Billions From Avoidable Fees

SALT LAKE CITY – If you pay more than zero dollars for bank charges, experts are warning you that you’ve already paid too much. This, as a new study finds that banks earn more from these fees than they pay their customers in interest. But as KSL investigators found out, …

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