Monthly Archives: April 2022

UC Irvine celebrates COVID-19 vaccine scientists

IRVINE, Calif. — When the coronavirus spread around the world, the world knew what scientists had figured out for years: a pandemic would one day take over the world. Animals in close proximity to humans and air travel meant a virus could quickly circle the globe. Finally, in March 2020, …

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A discussion of prejudice against people with disabilities

GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – According to a recent study by one of the leading networks for equality and inclusion in the workplace, Employers’ Network for Equality and Inclusionpeople with disabilities are significantly less likely to be hired than others. As part of 7NEWS’ ‘Community Conversations’, anchor Taylor Murray spoke with …

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Kenyan Politician, Nigerians Bought 5 Billion Shillings Bitcoin in Two Months

Economy Kenyan Politician, Nigerians Bought 5 Billion Shillings Bitcoin in Two Months Friday, April 29, 2022 By BRIAN WASUNAMore from this author & By ADONIJAH NDEGEMore from this author Summary Three Nigerians linked to 25.6 billion shillings who were transferred to Kenya between October and November 2020 bought Bitcoin worth …

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Tighter lending algorithms make Beforepay profitable, CEO says

Beforepay founder Tarek Ayoub and CEO Jamie Twiss. Source: delivered. The fate of prepayment fintech Beforepay appeared to be changing on Thursday after a new report pitted losses against rapid customer growth and a sharp reduction in debt writedowns. Launched in 2019, Beforepay aligns itself with the buy-now, pay-later sector …

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Twitter’s first quarter results are missed – Protocol

The outlet ditched the aptly named “The Climate Game” for Earth Week (yes, it’s not just a day anymore). If you haven’t played the game yet, go ahead and do so now if you wish as there are spoilers ahead below. The game challenges you to bring the world to …

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Jacksonville native leads Jaguars social responsibility efforts to support community

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – The NFL Draft begins Thursday, and one thing we know for sure is that the Jaguars aren’t just about playing football. Having an NFL team in Jacksonville improves the community. Hometown wife T-Neisha Tate has a pretty cool job. She was promoted by the Jaguars from Director …

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Hilton Hotel closes operations in Kenya after 53 years

Companies Hilton Hotel closes operations in Kenya after 53 years Thursday, April 28, 2022 Hilton Hotel, Nairobi. PICTURES | PHOEBE OKALL | NMG By BRIAN NGUGIMore from this author Summary The hotel, which is 40.57% government-owned, pointed to other factors beyond Covid-19 for the planned closure after more than 50 …

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What Nye County candidates had to say at the town hall debate

In the actual debates with their opponents in the primary, Nye County Assessor Sheree Stringer and Treasurer nominee Raelyn Powers provided question and answer during the candidate debates held April 21 at the Bob Ruud Community Center. Wayne “Boomer” Buck, nominee for Assessor, and John Prudhont, nominee for Treasurer, were …

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Highly Effective Single-Dose HPV Vaccination for Cervical Cancer Eradication

As part of World Immunization Week 2022, News-Medical speaks with Dr. Ruanne Barnabas about the KEN She study which found that a single-dose vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) was effective in preventing oncogenic persistent HPV infection. Can you introduce yourself, tell us about your background in epidemiology, as well as …

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Clare Bronfman warns portrayal in ‘Rich & Shameless’ is defamatory – The Hollywood Reporter

Clare Bronfman, an heiress to the Seagram liquor fortune who was convicted for her participation in the alleged self-help group Nxivm, warns the creators of the TNT documentary series Rich and shameless to exercise caution in their depiction of her as the benefactor of a division of the organization revealed …

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Community partners participate in Louisville’s Hope Village

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – Louisville’s Hope Village, a city-run outdoor homeless camp that opened Monday, is getting help from community partners. The Hope Village is located at the corner of College and Brook streets and will provide medical care, veterinary access for pets, hot meals, showers and a needle exchange …

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Kenya: President Kenyatta congratulates Macron on his re-election

Nairobi — President Uhuru Kenyatta has congratulated his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on his re-election to a second term. President Macron, 44, beat his far-right rival Marie Le Pen by garnering more than 58% of the popular vote in Sunday’s runoff. In his congratulatory message, President Kenyatta called his French …

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Top 3 installment loan apps to get you started

Lending apps are gradually replacing traditional credit agencies or credit unions. Today, traditional lending institutions struggle with the convenience and seamless processes of these apps. Additionally, these apps and online lenders accept applicants regardless of their credit history. However, it can be difficult to identify trustworthy installment loan apps. There …

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Fosun Pharma’s Self-Developed Artemisinin Series Becomes Symbol of China’s Innovative Medicines

In the 1940s, China reported approximately 30 million cases of malaria per year[1]. Since August 2016, China has not recorded a single case of indigenous malaria, marking a significant achievement in the fight against malaria, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has hailed as “a remarkable feat[1]“. On June 30, …

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Sno-Pac ships nationwide and remains an important part of the community | Local News

In small town Caledonia, there’s a building everyone in the community knows: Sno-Pac Foods. Sno-Pac started life in 1900 in a way people might not have expected: as a lumber company. But not only did JP Gengler have a lumber business, he also sold ice from a nearby pond. The …

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Kenyan energy company drills another geothermal well in Ethiopia

Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) The Kenyan electricity production company (KenGen) announced on Friday that it had completed the drilling of the seventh geothermal well in Ethiopia. KenGen was drilling wells 3,000 meters deep under a contract for the Aluto-Langano geothermal project for state-owned Ethiopia Electric Power (EEP). “I must …

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AIDS spokeswoman Cookie Johnson, wife of Magic Johnson, donated the key to the town of Lexington

During the event, Mayor Linda Gorton presented Cookie with a key to the town of Lexington. LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – A well-known spokeswoman for HIV and women’s health visited Lexington on Saturday afternoon to share her story around the disease. Cookie Johnson is the wife of former professional basketball player …

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Gunmen abduct 10 shepherds, ‘steal 300 cows’ in Anambra and demand 4m Naira

On Saturday, gunmen reportedly abducted 10 members of the Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) from Obene community in Ogbaru Local Government Area of ​​Anambra State. The Nation reported that the incident happened at the herders’ colony in the council area around 1.30am. The gunmen, who allegedly stole more than …

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Community Development Week Celebration

The Economic and Community Development Department (ECDD) has just completed its celebration of National Community Development Week from April 11th to April 15th. The Department oversees Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds that support and stimulate our community through various organizations, programs and initiatives. At the Commission meeting on Tuesday, …

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Kenya appoints blue economy envoy

By AGGREY MUTAMBO Kenya on Friday appointed a special envoy for maritime affairs and the blue economy, signaling renewed attention for an initially overlooked regional official. Ms. Nancy Karigithu, former PS for Maritime Affairs, will take on the new role which will also develop policy for the use of Kenya‘s …

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New deep learning method aids in accurate diagnosis of Parkinsonian diseases

A new deep learning method has been created to aid in the diagnosis of Parkinsonian diseases, according to a study published ahead of print by The Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Using a 3D deep convolution neural network to extract deep metabolic imaging cues from 18Using F-FDG PET, scientists can effectively …

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‘Utkal Kitchen’, a new livelihood opportunity for women in Odisha

Sundargarh: Providing hygienic food at affordable prices to the general public while providing livelihoods for women – the ‘Utkal Kitchen’ initiative in Sundargarh derives a double benefit. This modern restaurant fully managed by Mission Shakti Women caters to the daily food needs of government officials and visitors to the block …

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Reviews | Porches, garages and community

We might take it for granted now, but the garage wasn’t always at the front of the house. Of course, before there were cars, there were no garages, but even with the advent of cars, it wasn’t always the case that we had a front garage. They were often detached, …

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Kenya’s latest take on electoral hate speech raises more questions than answers

The election campaign period in Kenya is usually hectic for statutory body who keeps tabs on inflammatory rhetoric on political platforms and the media. This is hardly surprising for a public watchdog formed in response to the 2007 post-election violence in which more than 1,100 people were killed. Both sides …

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How cash stuffing is helping TikTok developers beat inflation and pay off debt

As news of soaring gas prices hit the headlines, Yasmine Camilla saw her energy bill double “almost overnight”. Filling up now costs 30 to 40 percent more, she says. But she would never have noticed the rising cost of living eight months ago. “I only filled up my car when …

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Tepid response to tenders for beach and overwater villas in Lakshadweep – The New Indian Express

Express press service KOCHI: Despite the hype, hotel majors have responded lukewarm to global tenders launched by the Lakshadweep administration to build eco-tourism beach and over-water villas in Kadmat, Minicoy and Suheli islands. This forced the administration to extend the tender deadline for the third time. While only three companies …

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KeNHA resolves damage to lower road of Nairobi highway ahead of launch

The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has given way on the lower Nairobi highway route after concerns were raised over its damage. In an interview with Capital FMKeNHA’s deputy director of corporate communications, Samwel Kumba, confirmed that repairs would be carried out on the lower road ahead of President Uhuru …

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Why Tax Refund Loans Are Bad: Fees, Interest & Risk

Last-minute filers are working to file their tax returns by the 2021 tax year deadline of Monday, March 18. Some tax firms or other lenders may offer an opportunity to access these funds earlier in the form of a tax refund loan, also known as an anticipated refund loan. Regulators …

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Philly’s Dining Out for Life returns in person

The change had a significant effect on fundraising. Typically, Dining Out for Life — which first launched in 1991 — fetches around $200,000. Over the past two years, that number has dropped to between $40,000 and $50,000, according to Burns. “We hope this is the year we come back,” he …

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Vedanta Aluminum preserves and promotes local art forms through livelihood development

New Delhi, April 16 (IANS) Vedanta Aluminium, India’s largest aluminum producer, is stepping up support for local artisanal communities in and around its operations in Odisha and Chhattisgarh. Commemorating the rich cultural and artistic heritage of the country, Vedanta Aluminum is once again committed to creating sustainable livelihoods for artisan …

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Basic Black on running for health, wellness, fitness and community

More and more people of color are taking up running for sport or for recreation. For some, it’s about building a supportive social community, while others hit the pavement for the mental and physical health benefits from exercise. However, running still presents many obstacles that prevent people of color from …

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Mapping experts from Kenya and Tanzania meet on border demarcation

By APOLINARI TAÏRO A team of land officials and mapping experts from Tanzania and Kenya inspected the common territorial boundary delimiting the Serengeti National Park and the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Land officials from the two countries have been meeting at the border since Tuesday this week regarding the border …

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Payday Loan Services Market Will See Amazing Growth Through 2031 – Blackswan Real Estate

marketreports.info analysts forecasts latest report on “Global Payday Loans Service Market (Covid-19) Impact and Analysis by 2030” according to Payday Loans Service report; The Payday Loan market report encompasses the overall and all-inclusive analysis of the Payday Loan market with all its factors impacting the market growth. This report is …

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US commander visits Walter Reed Army Institute laboratories in Tanzania

By The Citizen Reporter Dar es Salaam. The US Commander of the Walter Reed Army Research Institute (WRAIR), Colonel Chad Koenig, last week visited several health facilities and diagnostic and research laboratories across Tanzania, the embassy said. the United States. The Walter Reed is a US government agency working within …

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Self-Service Kiosk Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This Self-service kiosk market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, development and improvement of the industrial …

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Voices of the community: How our city council can serve our city more effectively | Voice of the community

A well-respected community leader told me recently, “City council has no vision! Vision is such an essential part of leadership that I felt compelled to follow along to see if this was indeed a valid critique or not. Without a doubt, each council member has a personal vision for our …

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Does the video show a mermaid found in Kenya?

Stories of mermaid sightings date back nearly 7,000 years. While sea captains may have confused manatees (or even whale penises) with all sorts of mythical sea beasts, the legend of the mermaid has continued into the modern age through image editing. digital images, bad “science documentaries”, art sculptures and misidentified …

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Triple digit interest rates could be banned similar to the Payday Loan Act

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) — Kentucky law permits triple-digit interest rates on certain loans. The logic of the 1960s law was simple. Consumers have the option of paying the cash price or the credit price, but the credit price can more than double the total bill. When Big O Tires applied …

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Wheeled Walking Aids Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This Wheeled Walking Aids Market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, development and improvement of the …

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Community helps Topeka WWll veteran realize his dream of riding again

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A World War II veteran had dreamed of getting back in the saddle for years and on Sunday his dreams came true. Delbert Bryant, who served as a medical aide during World War II, has a long history of caring for horses. For years, Bryant dreamed …

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Kenya needs a new framework to finance adaptation to climate change

Urgent action is needed to build the resilience and adaptive capacities of sectors and communities. [David Gichuru, Standard] Kenya is experiencing a prolonged drought and it is becoming evident that climate change is now directly and significantly affecting local livelihoods. The country is only about 20% arable, making it highly …

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Montifiore Nyack Hospital is leading the charge for inclusive healthcare in Rockland

Last Saturday, local dignitaries and medical professionals gathered to officially open the Jacobs Family Pride Wellness Center at Montefiore Nyack Hospital. Made possible through a partnership with the Oval Center and Aids Center in Montefiore and the Phyllis B. Frank Pride Center in Rockland County, it is the first LGBTQ+ …

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Bandipora SHG members appeal to Lt Governor

A delegation of Self Help Group (SHG) members from Bandipora District called Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan here today.While sharing their respective success stories, SHG members briefed the Lieutenant Governor on the role played by the Rural Livelihood Mission (RLM) and other government agencies in improving their skills …

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An NBC News investigation into the company that refinanced Trump Tower turns out to be very odd

Trump Tower’s $100 million mortgage has been the subject of some heated speculation after Trump launched a coup against the US government that left people behind dead in the US Capitol building, and some innocent souls are wondering if Trump could ever find a bank shady enough to work with …

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Mike Preston: Howard Community College men’s lacrosse leaps to No. 1 with eyes on bigger prize

All week, Howard Community College men’s lacrosse coach Erik Foust has had to cross the line where reality becomes euphoric. Last Saturday, the then-No. 2 Dragons stunned No. 1 Nassau, 21-9, in a game that was nearly over in the third quarter after Howard took a 10-goal lead. This week, …

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Kenyan climber joins first all-black team to attempt Everest

James Kagambi Kenyan mountaineer James Kagambi is one of a group of 10 climbers who want to make history in a sport little known for its diversity. The group hopes to be the first all-black team to climb Mount Everest. The other nine members of the team are Americans. About …

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Coborn’s expands payment access for employees

Upper Midwest grocer Coborn’s is offering its employees on-demand access to their payments with the implementation of the DailyPay digital wallet solution. New York-based DailyPay announced yesterday that its seamless payments platform gives Coborn employees 24/7 access to all of their earned wages when they need them, via a mobile …

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Opinion: An opportunity to help Marylanders with dementia

Photo Stock.adobe.com by JPC-PROD. By David McShea and JR Paterakis The authors are respectively Executive Director and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Greater Maryland Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Michael Razzi shared his story at this year’s General Assembly session of how he started experiencing memory problems …

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Tata Group launches ‘super app’ that bundles 11 consumer services – TechCrunch

For a roundup of the biggest and most important stories from TechCrunch delivered to your inbox every day at 3:00 PM PT, subscribe here. Welcome to the Daily Crunch on Thursday April 7, 2022! We want to start with a brief congratulations to FabuLinga for winning the pitch-off at TechCrunch …

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Addressing safety in our community

April 7, 2022 10:46 a.m. by David White, Ramon Batista As City Manager and Police Chief, we would like to address recent local and regional media coverage of a report describing Santa Monica as unsafe. These messages are hard to listen to because we both love working, leading and living …

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Wanyama pleads for peace as Kenya marks International Sports Day : The standard Sports

FILE: Vice President William Ruto (C)Victor Wanyama (left) and his brother Macdonald Mariga (R) at Ruto’s at his official residence Karen. [photo courtesy] Former Harambee Stars Captain Victor Wanyama has called on Kenyan youth to avoid violence and promote peace as Kenya unites to mark the International Day of Sport …

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Fred Hutch and partners supplement restructuring, zinc and the immune system – and the use of cord blood transplants to treat leukemia and HIV

Newswise – SEATTLE – April 6, 2022 – Below are summaries of recent research results from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and other news. If you’re covering the American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting, April 8-13, check out our list of Fred Hutch Highlights for the AACR and …

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Brief explanation: Tired of emoji offers? time to shine

Wednesday 06 April 2022 10:30 a.m. People will be able to showcase the new emojis they want to see on their screens. (Photo by Stephen Lam/Getty Images) Have you ever needed a more specific emoji to caption your Instagram aperol spritz? Frustrated at not being able to express every emotion …

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Slick Cash Loan offers instant loans with guaranteed online approval in the USA

Slick Cash Loan makes it easy for anyone to get a loan with instant loans online with guaranteed approval. Slick Cash Loan, the leading online lending service known for its fast and reliable lending services, now offers online instant loans with guaranteed approval in the United States. People on a …

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James Island Community Calls for Charleston County Historic Designation

JAMES ISLAND, SC (WCSC) – The Beefield community on James Island is small, but the people form a tight-knit and passionate neighborhood with lots of stories. Community chairman George Richardson said between military events, a sense of community and a peaceful nature, preserving Beefield’s history is more important than ever. …

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In Kenya, textiles have a second life

Download logo Every year, $460 billion worth of clothes that can still be worn are thrown away. Not only is it a waste of material, but experts say it also contributes unnecessarily to the climate crisis. The textile sector accounts for up to 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions. To …

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Bankruptcy and Employment | on your debt

Will bankruptcy affect my employment? A common question from our clients who are considering filing for bankruptcy is whether or not it will affect their employment. The answer According to 11 U.S. Code § 525, neither a government nor a private employer shall “terminate the employment of, or discriminate in …

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For Ukrainian tech startups, fighting the war means memes, information campaigns and maintaining their activities

Tech companies proliferated in Ukraine before the war. Today, the country’s 250,000 computer scientists are looking for small ways to use technology to retaliate and undermine Russian propaganda. Memes against war: Reface’s Memomet app, coming soon. Courtesy of Reface On Wednesday, Reface, a face-swapping app created by three young Ukrainian …

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The BRT system is branded “The One” as a unique connected community

Cutting the cake at the hallmark ceremony for The One were, from left, Mt. Vernon Supervisor Dan Storck, Lee District Supervisor Rodney Lusk and Chairman of the Fairfax Board of Supervisors Jeff McKay. McKay previously served as Lee’s district supervisor. This project is close to his heart. By Steve Hunt …

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Four top Kenyan referees appointed to officiate in Africa Zone 3 Championships: The Standard

Heavyweight boxer Elly Ajowi. [Jonah Onyango, Standard] Four top Kenyan referees have been appointed to officiate at the Africa Zone Three Boxing Championships to be held in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, from April 4-9. The quartet is led by Nairobi-based referees Nelson Otieno and Rebecca Wambui and will be …

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In war-torn Syria, a charity offers hope to children with cancer

DAMASCUS, Syria – In the children’s cancer ward of a hospital in the Syrian capital, Damascus, children walk through brightly painted hallways hooked up to intravenous needles delivering critical treatment to their bloodstream. Nurses tend to seat babies and teenagers receiving chemotherapy in reclining chairs. Other children, in a nearby …

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Local cuisine in a bamboo hut – new flavor at Holi fair : The Tribune India

Our correspondent Hamirpur, April 2 Traditional Himachali cuisine served in a bamboo hut at Chowgan in the town of Sujanpur Tihra has added a new flavor to the Holi festivities which continue here, although the festival ended on March 18. being served. Local craftsmen built the hut and …

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Three-time cancer survivor opens stores to give back to cancer community

CARY, NC (WNCN) — The fight against cancer is a battle in itself. But navigating the necessary medical treatments and accessories that cancer patients need can be a whole other battle. A local cancer survivor hopes to help. At first glance, Jackie Cromity’s space on Kiesler Drive in Cary looks …

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We have enough fuel for all Kenyans, says Kenya Pipeline Company

Motorists, including boda boda drivers, line up to refuel at the Shell gas station in the city of Kisii on March 31, 2022. [Sammy Omingo, Standard] The Kenya Pipeline Company said there was enough fuel to serve all Kenyans. This follows the fuel crisis which has hit many parts of …

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Education and health issues affecting women and girls in Africa

On March 15, the Africa Program of the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) organized a presentation titled “Education and Health Issues Affecting African Women and Girls Today.” Moderated by Africa Program Chair and Retired Ambassador Charles A. Ray, it included two panelists: former Ambassador to Burkina Faso and Uganda Jimmy …

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Video shows Ginni Thomas discussing leaving Lifespring Cult

An old video has surfaced of Ginni Thomas discussing her departure from a band called Lifespring. In the video, Thomas talks about leaving the group, which has often been described as a cult. Ginni told The Washington Post in 1987 that she had been bothered by some of the group’s …

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