Monthly Archives: June 2021

Economic crisis, severe bottlenecks make Lebanon “dead” »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. DEVELOP … The story will be updated as soon as new information can be verified. AlertMe updated 3 times BEIRUT – Ibrahim Arab queues in the hot summer sun for several hours …

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Lebanon is raising fuel prices to ease bottlenecks

BEIRUT, June 29 (Reuters) – The Lebanese government raised fuel prices by more than a third on Tuesday, a move aimed at alleviating crippling scarcity but will increase pressure on impoverished consumers. The government effectively cut fuel subsidies last week as Lebanon grapples with a catastrophic economic collapse that has …

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SunLive – New Insurance Model for Natural Disasters

A model of insurance against natural catastrophes, a world first, which will take effect on June 30, is hailed by the Minister responsible for the Seismic Commission, David Clark. The collaboration between eight private insurers, the Earthquake Commission and the Insurance Council of New Zealand, means that every New Zealander …

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The San Diego Museum Council has named Bob Lehman, the leader of the nonprofit, a top position

The San Diego Museum Council has named Bob Lehman, valued for his leadership skills for nonprofits, as its new executive director. The organization’s board of directors named Lehman a “very successful nonprofit leader with expertise in organizational management, strategic planning, fundraising and institutional growth”. “Bob’s visionary leadership as a director …

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Our view: averting a psychological crisis | editorial staff

They say they are experiencing “skyrocketing demand for mental health services in an environment where they cannot meet growing treatment needs,” reported Richard Craver of the Journal last week. “Quite simply, the behavioral crisis in North Carolina has reached a state of emergency and we urgently need your guidance and …

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Acting Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Mr Ramesh Rajasingham, briefing the Security Council on the humanitarian situation in Syria – Syrian Arab Republic

as delivered New York, June 23, 2021 Thank you, Mr President. Following the Secretary-General’s remarks and his latest report, I will focus my briefing today on five points: first, the continued spread of COVID-19; second, the effects of the economic crisis; third, the water crisis; fourth, the protection of civilians; …

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“Breastfeeding week – we are here for you”

Karen Howell, executive director of the Wirral Community Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust, writes for Globe. It’s breastfeeding week. Throughout June we have been promoting breastfeeding awareness and shared all support available in the community for breastfeeding families and new parents. As some restrictions are lifted and as we …

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COVID-19 News: New COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy, MIS-C, and More

COVID-19 multisystem inflammatory syndrome observed in adults A 60-year-old Canadian man was diagnosed with multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C), a rare side effect of COVID-19 in children. The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, suggests that age should not limit MIS-C as a possible diagnosis. His symptoms were persistent …

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Monday calendar | Calendar | joplinglobe.com

TODAY JOPLIN: Line dance lessons, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., 1801 W. Second. Cost: $ 5. Beginners and upwards welcome. Details: 417-483-3077. JOPLIN: Parkinson’s Support Group, 3:30 p.m., Mercy Hospital Joplin, 100 Mercy Way. Details: 417-556-8760. JOPLIN: Tanglefooters Dance Club, 7pm, 1802 W. Second. Coed ballroom dancing lessons followed by …

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Changes to insurance rules for retirement visas

The move towards health insurance for foreigners does not yet cover business, work or marriage visa holders and comes as Thai authorities examine health coverage for an aging Thai population and the need for it. attract more foreigners to live in Thailand in order to stimulate the economy. Following a …

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Iran’s election results promise little change

Ebrahim Raisi’s unsurprising victory will further cement the hardline establishment, to the detriment of Iranians who have sacrificed their lives and livelihoods for basic freedoms. The presidential election in Iran was formulated as a religious and national duty with a strong emphasis on participation. Iran’s top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, …

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Hana Mohan: A company that focuses on diversity

Ladder work is a publishing platform for various picture books and online curricula with the aim of empowering over a million children to become social entrepreneurs. Our current series features interviews by our interplanetary journalist Spiffy with inspiring social entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship ecosystem builders who advance the UN SDGs. Hello! …

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HSEM publishes 2020 annual report

The City of Austin Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) has published its 2020 annual report. This report gives an insight into the past year and sheds light on COVID-19 operations in an unusual year for the HSEM office. It has been a year of unique and challenging …

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Bet £ 20 and get £ 20 free bets at Euro 2020

BOOKMAKERS Novibet is helping punters get the European Championships off the ground with their new special registration offer. Novibet is giving new customers £ 20 free bets when they sign up and place the same amount! 1 Novibet Special: Bet £ 20 to get £ 20 in free bets NOVIBET …

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