Italy accepts decree to release EU stimulus funds

CAIRO: Workers dig and transport wheelbarrows loaded with sand to open a new well at a bustling archaeological site outside Cairo, while a handful of Egyptian archaeologists supervise from lawn chairs. The excavation sits at the foot of the Step Pyramid of Djoser, arguably the oldest pyramid in the world, …

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A deputy in appeal for the resumption of flights – ARAB TIMES

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger KUWAIT CITY, May 29: MP Saad Al-Khanfour has called for the resumption of direct flights to and from countries where large numbers of Kuwaitis study, foremost Egypt and Jordan. He pointed out that Kuwaiti students are suffering financially and morally due to recent decisions, as …

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Trash can program helps rural hunters fight chronic wasting disease

TO CLOSE Doug Duren, a fourth generation Wisconsin landowner and avid hunter, started the Adopt-A-Dumpster program on his family farm. (Photo: Photo courtesy of Patrick Durkin) For Doug Duren, house hunting always carries a risk of developing a chronic wasting disease. His family farm is in Richland County, Wisconsin, one …

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Customers Across Country Have Chance To Win Up To £ 100,000 In Monthly Draw | Banks and building societies

The National Building Society is giving its members a one in 1,750 chance of winning a cash prize of up to £ 100,000 each month in a draw which it says has demonstrated ‘the benefits of mutuality’. The UK’s largest construction company said from September it would give adult savers …

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The number of female CEOs in the United States declined in 2020; the median wage has fallen by 2%

NEW YORK: Most women at the head of America’s biggest companies saw their wages increase in the past year, even as the pandemic has hammered the economy and many of their businesses. Despite these gains, however, the median salary of female entrepreneurs actually fell in 2020. Already a small group, …

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Senior fights human rights commission

Tears filled Cheryl Scott’s eyes as she spoke of the abuse suffered by her husband, Kanehsata’kehró: no Winston Nelson, while being treated at St. Eustache Hospital. “They can’t treat a human this way,” Scott said. “There is too much that has happened in this hospital – no native person or …

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Governor Newsom announces appointments 5.28.21

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Moisés Moreno-Rivera, 30, of Sacramento, has been appointed assistant secretary for equity and environmental justice at the California Natural Resources Agency. Moreno-Rivera has been the Deputy Tribal Liaison Officer for the State Water Resources Control Board since 2019, where he …

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Rising UK coronavirus cases stoke third wave concerns

India announces it will complete COVID-19 vaccination campaign by December despite vaccine shortage NEW DELHI: India announced on Friday that it will vaccinate its entire population by December, despite growing criticism of its slow vaccination campaign.India began its deployment on January 16 and has so far inoculated only 3% of …

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Launch of the HELP course on asylum and human rights for a group of EU legal professionals

The Council of Europe / UNHCR HELP course on asylum and human rights was launched during an online seminar bringing together legal professionals from several EU countries (Bulgaria, France, Latvia , Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden). The online session took place on May 26, 2021 and was organized by the European …

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Thor appoints Osam Iyahen to board

NOT FOR UNITED STATES DISTRIBUTION OR FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES WIRE SERVICES VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Thor Explorations Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: THX) (“Thor“or the”Company”) Is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Osam Iyahen to the Board of Directors of the Company, with immediate …

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