Wolves scare deer, reduce car crashes by 24%, study finds

WASHINGTON – Environmentalist Rolf Peterson remembers driving isolated stretches of road in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and seeing areas strewn with deer carcasses. But that changed after the arrival of gray wolves to the region from Canada and Minnesota. “When wolves moved in in the 1990s and 2000s, collisions between deer …

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WHO cites vaccine rollout to refute reluctance claims

MANILA: The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday cited the deployment of the COVID-19 vaccine in the Philippines, dismissing claims of public reluctance to be vaccinated against the disease. “Right now, we don’t see much reluctance to vaccinate (COVID-19) in the Philippines. In fact, the problem is that the supply …

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Protesters in Concord accuse Belarus of human rights violations

The day after a group of protesters gathered outside the State House in Concord to draw attention to human rights abuses in Belarus, a passenger airline was forced to land in the country and a journalist was forced to land in the country. edge was stopped. The hijacking of a …

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WFP steps up support to famine-prone areas in Yemen

SANAA – The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) is increasing the level of food aid to the worst hunger hot spots in Yemen to prevent devastating famine. But the agency’s ability to sustain the response until the end of the year remains uncertain. “Yemen’s continued fragility, compounded by persistent …

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Munezero soaks up a water-centric experience in Nebraska

Lincoln, Neb. —Sarah Munezero, originally from Rwanda, hopes to return to “the land of a thousand hills” to help agriculture thrive while ensuring the sustainability of water resources. Munezero, who graduated in May 2021 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Integrated Science and Mechanized Systems Management, is a self-proclaimed water …

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Judge Navi Pillay calls for alignment of South Africa’s foreign policy …

Judge Navi Pillay at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva. His half-century of human rights activism spans both sides of our democracy. Photo: Reuters / Denis Balibouse Pillay is one of South Africa’s top exports in human rights and international law. Between 2008 and 2014, she was …

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WA areas where men retire with almost double the women’s retirement pension

Western Australia has the largest gender pension gap in Australia, with some voters’ wives retiring nearly 60% less than men. The biggest chasm is in the Forrest electorate, which stretches from Waroona to Augusta, where the median super balance for men is $ 83,400, compared to just $ 35,800 for …

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Newsom government caught between key Democratic blocs over oil setbacks – NBC Bay Area

California Governor Gavin Newsom has set some of the country’s most ambitious goals to wean its state off oil, including a ban on the sale of new gasoline cars by 2035 and ending oil production a decade longer. late. But in the short term, it’s a rule-making process in one …

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Egypt receives raw materials to produce Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine – Xinhua English.news.cn

Airport staff unload the first batch of Chinese Sinovac vaccine raw materials from a plane at Cairo International Airport in Cairo, Egypt on May 21, 2021. Egypt received the first batch of raw materials to make Chinese Sinovac vaccine, the Chinese embassy in Egypt said on Sunday. In addition to …

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PF is tax free if an employee has been in service for 5 years or more

I worked with Company A from February 2011 to February 2014 and then transferred to another division of the company which has a separate legal entity. From February 2014 to August 2016, I received a different PF member ID under the same UAN (the PF amount from the previous mission …

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