Monthly Archives: June 2022

As Supreme Court nears abortion ruling, Arizona advocates brace – Reuters

With the Supreme Court expected to issue a major ruling on abortion rights by the end of the month, protesters from both sides of the abortion debate have appeared in court in recent weeks on days when judges gave opinions. (Photo by Neetish Basnet/Cronkite News) WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court …

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NFL community mourns loss of former Ravens Colts DL Tony Siragusa

The NFL community took to social media to remember Tony Siragusa following the former Ravens defensive tackle’s death. Coupled with the untimely death of current Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson, Wednesday marked one of the saddest days for the Baltimore franchise. Affectionately known as “The Goose,” Siragusa, 55, spent 12 NFL …

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Al-Shabaab militants destroy communication equipment in Kenya

Al-Shabaab militants destroy communication equipment in Kenya MANDERA, Somalia – Al-Shabaab militants based in Somalia destroyed communications equipment in northeastern Kenya on Monday, a strategy typically used when the team prepares to carry out attacks on security agents in the area. According to official reports, the militants uprooted communications equipment …

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Online Same Day Payday Loans – Fast Loans for 1 Hour

Same day payday loans online Get a 100% cash advance online even if you have a bad credit rating. The Best Fast Loan Service! Admission Requirements The easiest way to determine if a payday loan is right for you is to speak to the person who administers it. If the …

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Frier Levitt Obtains Arbitration Award Against Caremark Arising From Improper DIR Charges

The win over Caremark and SilverScript gives hope to independent pharmacies who want to challenge PBM’s fees. Tweet that PBMs assess DIR fees against pharmacies participating in the Medicare Part D networks. any source after the point of sale that offsets PDP costs. In many cases, PBMs unilaterally collect DIR …

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MHPSS Specialist – Lviv, Ukraine

POSITION SUMMARY: HIAS Ukraine is seeking to recruit 12 MHPSS Specialists who will be responsible for providing direct MHPSS services to refugees and IDPs in a timely and efficient manner. This position will also facilitate MHPSS capacity building activities for HIAS staff and key stakeholders. The responsibilities of the MHPSS …

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Festival brings the community together to reflect on Juneteenth | New

Attracted by vendors, speakers and food trucks, dozens of community members from across the community gathered at Hillview Park in Los Altos to commemorate Juneteenth on Sunday, June 19, at a festival presented by Justice Vanguard (JV ), an organization focused on community investment. The event featured guest speakers, dancers …

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Kenya Moore’s dating history ranges from Mike Tyson and Marc Daly to Ludacris

Kenya Moore has become a very successful woman, best known for her appearance on the top-ranked Housewives series, The Real Housewives of Atlanta since 2012. In addition to reality television, Moore is an actress, model, and influencer and rose to popularity after winning Miss USA in 1993 and placing in …

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The hearing aid conversation that needs to happen

Review Editor Rating: Star Tribune Opinion publishes a mix of national and local news comments online and in print every day. To contribute, click here. ••• “It’s the economy, you idiot!” Before it became a pop culture reference, this 1992 line from Democratic strategist James Carville was an important reminder …

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Parents Raising Compassionate, Self-Aware Children Do 4 Things When Talking About Race: Parenting Expert

Many parents don’t realize that children recognize the breed at a very young age. In fact, research shows that at six months they notice racial differences; preschoolers exhibit “group” bias when choosing playmates; and in elementary school, children recognize the inequality of power in skin color. Raising children aware of …

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Basketball and volleyball are coming to Cleveland Community College

The carpeted floor of the gymnasium at Cleveland Community College is gone. Over the past month, the college’s maintenance staff have been ripping up carpeting, removing glass panels, and removing everything but the stage at the end of the gymnasium. Work is underway as the college prepares to renovate its …

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Kenya announces the death of an iconic male lion

The majestic lion named Sirikoi at Nairobi National Park in Kenya. /KWS The majestic lion named Sirikoi at Nairobi National Park in Kenya. /KWS The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) announced on Saturday the death of a charismatic male lion from an undisclosed disease in its natural habitat inside Nairobi National …

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What are other names for Juneteenth? US betrays ‘Jubilee Day’ spirit

This story was supported by the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, a non-profit journalism organization. Dating back thousands of years, the anniversary was a momentous celebration, a year to give back lands, forgive debts, and free enslaved people. Heralded by the loud sound of a ram’s horn, Bible scholars note, the …

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South Dallas group brings healthcare resources to June 19 celebrations

Along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in South Dallas is Abounding Prosperity, a center dedicated to addressing health and social disparities affecting the black community. Kirk Myers, Founder and CEO, explains that part of that job is meeting people where they are. For nearly two decades, he and his team …

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Woman dies after paddleboard incident on Colorado River

A woman died and five others had to flee after the group got into “trouble” on the Colorado River while using a pleasure craft. In a news release Wednesday, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said it responded to a group of six people in need of assistance on the Colorado …

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Red Bank Business Community Hosts Red Bank Classic 5K Event Again

RED BANK, NJ– Sign up, strap on your shoes and head to downtown Red Bank this Saturday, June 18 for the Red Bank Classic 5K, a premier regional run and walk for all ages and fitness levels. After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the charity run/walk will finally …

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We Are Derby: Rams In Kenya 2022 – Blog

We Are Derby: Rams In Kenya 2022 – Blog – Derby County arrow_downward Catch up on social media arrow_downwardOpen social networks In a special edition of RamsTV’s ‘We Are Derby’ series, we joined Derby County Community Trust as they visit Kenya in 2022 to learn more about their heartwarming efforts …

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Medical Matters Weekly welcomes the president of the American Academy of Family Physicians

Vermont Business Magazine Ada D. Stewart, MD, FAAFP, is the chair of the board of trustees of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the next guest on Weekly Medical Questions. Viewers are invited to tune in at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22. The show is produced by Southwestern …

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Alumni group receives $500,000 grant to advance free expression on campus

The MIT Free Speech Alliance, formed after MIT canceled a guest lecture by geophysicist Dorian Abbot, will use the grant to expand its staff and support more programs on campus. (Marcio Jose Bastos Silva / Shutterstock.com) by Connor Murnane June 15, 2022 When MIT bowed down to a crowd of …

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Ministers take the floor to defend the Muslim community

A group of Branch County ministers urged the community to allow freedom of religion after comments to Coldwater City Council on May 23. This prompted Pastor Julie Yoder Elmore of Coldwater United Methodist Church and more than a dozen ministers to send a letter to the council. “We make this …

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Forex Trading in Kenya: Regulations and Brokers

Kenya is one of the most populous countries in East Africa. With over 53 million citizens, the country is also rapidly becoming a major hub for Forex trading as the regulator, CMA and traditional brokers have started to realize the potential of the markets. Here is everything you need to …

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Vermont Child Tax Credit not enough

I was so proud to see the Vermont House pass its own statewide version of the child tax credit. It is estimated that this affects approximately 33,000 children in Vermont at a time when rising inflation is negatively impacting the everyday life of the average Vermonter. And we know for …

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South Africa could be among the last to roll out child-friendly dolutegravir

South Africa may be the last country in Africa to gain access to pediatric formulations of the antiretroviral drug dolutegravir as regulatory delays continue. In 2019, South Africa introduced guidelines recommending treatment with dolutegravir for adults and children around six years and older, based on weight. Three years later, however, …

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28 projects announced by CM still to start in Karnal district : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Parveen Arora Karnal, June 13 Work on 28 projects announced by the chief minister, including 15 from the last term of the BJP government, has yet to start in the district. 99 for Gharaunda No fewer than 99 announcements were made for Gharaunda. Of these, …

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SA’s oldest Pride organization announces community celebration

This year marks Pride San Antonio’s 19th year of service to the San Antonio community, making it the longest running PRIDE organization in the city. SAN ANTONIO – Pride San Antonio has announced the official community pride celebration for 2022 during Pride Month, called Pride Bigger than Texas. This year …

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Kenya: Jumia sells motorcycles for Sh10 on 10th anniversary

Nairobi – Jumia customers are set to enjoy discounts of up to 90% as the platform celebrates its 10th anniversary with motorbikes retailing at a minimum of Sh10. Platform buyers will also be able to enjoy discounts on other brands such as Xiaomi, Jameson, Nivea, Vision Plus, Tecno, Johnnie Walker …

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Those who actually pay with Buy now will pay companies like Klarna and Affirm: NPR later

CHERYL W. THOMPSON, HOST: If you’ve shopped online lately, you might have seen an option that allows you to pay a little now and pay the rest later with no interest. Buy now, pay later Businesses have grown in popularity during the pandemic. Klarna, Afterpay and Affirm are just a …

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Meet the changemakers who are making the planet a better place to live, one initiative at a time

Every year on June 5, world environment day, we are committed to living a sustainable life, caring for the environment and leaving a better planet for our children. But how many of us take our promises seriously and integrate sustainability into our daily lives? It could be something as simple …

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Clovis Community College Farmers Market

Students currently enrolled at Clovis Community College (CCC), as well as faculty, can shop for free fresh produce and fruit at the Clovis Community Farmers Market on Thursday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Farmer’s Market is free for students and faculty to ensure that the CCC …

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Kenya calls for immediate action after North Korea fires 8 missiles

Kenya has raised concerns after the Republic of North Korea fired eight missiles using ballistic technology, threatening to start another war on the Korean Peninsula. Speaking at the United Nations Security Council meeting on Friday, June 10, Ambassador Martin Kimani called on all member states to take immediate action to …

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Expanding Access to HIV and AIDS Care and Prevention Enshrined in Illinois Law | Health

(WSIL) — Legislation removing barriers to accessing HIV and AIDS care and prevention is now in effect in Illinois. HB4430 and HB5549 were signed into law Friday by Governor JB Pritzker. HB4430 allows pharmacists to dispense both pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP and PEP) medications without prior referral from a …

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Good Sam site project will contribute to next-generation health and learning, partners say

Premier Health controversially closed the hospital in 2018, and buildings on the 13.5-acre site were demolished shortly thereafter, except for a parking lot. Project partners are the YMCA of Greater Dayton, Premier Health, United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, Goodwill Easterseals Miami Valley, County Corp, CareSource and Wright State …

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Horn’s Legislation Recommends Project Funding at State Universities and Community Colleges

LANSING, Michigan— The Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday approved a state-sponsored bill Senator Ken Horn to advance a number of capital improvement projects at many Michigan public universities, community colleges, and other state institutions. “As chairman of the Senate Committee on Economic Development and Small Business, I have carefully considered …

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Kenyans rush for vaccines as COVID-19 cases rise

The number of Kenyans vaccinated against COVID-19 has increased dramatically following a spike in new infections, the health ministry said on Thursday. At least 20,000 Kenyans are being vaccinated daily across the East African country, up from an average of 3,000 over the past three months when infections plummeted. The …

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Cost of Living Crisis: Glasgow is the fourth most affected city in the UK

People in Glasgow are among the hardest hit by the cost of living crisis in the UK, research has found. Register to our GlasgowWorld Today newsletter Food, energy and fuel prices have all skyrocketed in recent months, leaving people struggling with rising bills and looking for cost-cutting measures. Using search …

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Pride Clinic in Northern Virginia is committed to affirming care for LGBTQ people

Placeholder while loading article actions Jorge Ramallo was in his early twenties and had yet to date his Bolivian family when he approached his first doctor’s appointment as an adult with trepidation, wondering if the Arlington provider would judge him. for revealing his sexual orientation. A rainbow sticker on the …

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Ukraine-Russia War: Breaking News – The New York Times

KRAMATORSK, Ukraine – Just to enter Sievierodonetsk, Ukrainian soldiers hurl a gauntlet of Russian artillery shells at the only access route: a bridge littered with the burnt carcasses of cars and trucks that did not survive. And once inside the city in eastern Ukraine, which has been the focus of …

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Portsmouth Police remind community to lock their cars after spike in stolen guns

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – Portsmouth Police have been busy lately and we’re not just talking about the work they do investigating violent crime. Recently, car break-ins have become a big problem in the city, eventually driving neighborhood crime.People don’t just get by with wallets and phones. Lately Portsmouth detective Brian …

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Misinformation and hate speech flood TikTok ahead of Kenyan elections

By its very nature, TikTok is harder to moderate than many other social media platforms, according to Cameron Hickey, project director at the Algorithmic Transparency Institute. The shortness of the videos and the fact that many may include audio, visual, and textual elements makes human judgment even more necessary to …

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Nova Scotia UARB cuts interest rates on payday loans

A payday lender on Wyse Road in Dartmouth on Tuesday. Photo: Zane Woodford Payday lenders will receive a smaller portion of checks from Nova Scotians later this year. In a decision released Tuesday, the province’s Utility and Review Board (UARB) lowered the maximum interest these lenders can charge from $19 …

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Altruistic initiatives aim to improve patient care in developing regions –

Ambitions to reach more patients with unmet needs have fueled some benevolent plans by bio/pharmaceutical companies ViiV Healthcare and Sandoz. In recognition of the immense value of their HIV prevention treatment, ViiV Healthcare is entering into a patent license agreement with the United Nations (UN)-backed Medicines Patent Pool (MMP) to …

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Proud Boys charged with sedition in Capitol attack

Enrique Tarrio, the former president of the Proud Boys, and four other members of the far-right group were charged on Monday with seditious conspiracy for their role in the seizure of the Capitol on January 6 of last year, among the most serious. Criminal charges will be brought as part …

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Children’s fund calls for community support after burglary – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

FORT BRAGG, CA – On May 20, Annie Liner, director of the Mendocino Coast Children’s Fund (MCCF), visited the nonprofit storage units for a routine check, as a large shipment of sporting goods Summer was due to arrive soon and discovered that a break-in had occurred. The units were in …

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Dollar shortage forces one of Kenya’s largest factories to close

Kenyans are expected to brace for tough times after one of Kenya’s biggest cooking oil makers announced it was halting production due to a shortage of dollars needed to source raw materials. In a statement dated Monday, June 6, the company, which has its largest manufacturing plant in Mombasa, noted …

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CALL TO ACTION: FHC Hosts Symposium on HIV Services | New

Mobile unit testing, medical case management and prevention education are among expanded services that one of the state’s largest community health centers is offering to combat the growing number of HIV cases in the Lowcountry region. Family Health Centers Inc. recently held an HIV symposium at its new state-of-the-art training …

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How China is relaunching credit risk hedging tools

Placeholder while loading article actions As regulators have clamped down on excessive borrowing by Chinese property developers, the fallout from a resulting cash crunch has weighed on an economy already struggling due to pandemic shutdowns and other disruptions. Regulators have therefore returned to a tool they used to try to …

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The Weekly Authority: 📱 Pixel Prototype

⚡ Welcome to The weekly authoritythe Android authority Newsletter that breaks down the top Android and tech news of the week. The 197th edition here, with this Pixel 7 prototype, foldable Galaxy specs, Final Fantasy 16 updates and some good news for coffee drinkers. 🎉This week marked the Queen’s Platinum …

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Texas community holds vigil for family allegedly murdered by escaped inmate

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Community members in Leon County, Texas gathered for a vigil in memory of a grandfather and four boys who were allegedly killed by escaped inmate Gonzalo Lopez. Grandfather, Mark Collins, 66, and four boys, Waylon Collins, 18; Carson Collins, 16; Hudson Collins, …

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Kenya: Microsoft appoints new CEO for Innovation Hub

Microsoft Microsoft African Development Center (ADC) has appointed Catherine Muraga as its new Managing Director to lead 450 full-time staff working in areas including software engineering, machine learning, data science, market research and infrastructure. Muraga will replace Jack Ngare, who has led ADC since its inception in 2019. She has …

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Eligibility, Side Effects and Effectiveness – NBC Chicago

With an increase in COVID-19 measures, several counties in the Chicago area have entered a “high” alert level under guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And, according to the CDC, a new omicron subvariant is the dominant strain of COVID in the United States, with BA.2.12.1 …

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Bhopal: From farm workers to restaurateurs: Didis runs the Mantralaya canteen

The canteen is run by a SHG (self-help group) made up of all Ajivika Swasthya Sangam women | PF Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Dhanwanti Meena, 29, doesn’t have a second to lose. Sitting at the counter of Ajivika Swasthya Sangam, Dhanwanti is surrounded by customers. Someone wants ‘ek chai’. Another wants …

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Jersey Blues women’s softball team finishes 3rd in nation

June 2, 2022 The Brookdale Jersey Blues women’s softball team finished its season 3rd in the nation, with an overall record of 33-12, including the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XIX championship titles and the Garden State Athletic Conference! Here is a summary of the championship title races. …

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Kenya’s Safaricom and Visa offer virtual card for global transactions

An artist works on a mural advocating cashless payments by M-Pesa mobile phone in Nairobi, Kenya, April 19, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NANYUKI, Kenya, June 2 (Reuters) – Kenya‘s largest telecoms operator, Safaricom (SCOM.NR), has launched a virtual payment card with Visa …

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People living with HIV forced to travel abroad for fertility treatment

People living with HIV are forced to travel abroad for fertility treatments, as no private fertility clinics here have a laboratory to process samples from people with the virus. The leading fertility expert said the problem was “made worse” by Ireland’s failure to provide IVF on the public health service. …

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Only 1 Michigan ballot issue of 10 submitted before deadline

LANSING, MI — Petition Deadline Day is usually a busy day at the Richard H. Austin Building across from the Michigan Capitol as ballot organizers carry stacks of boxes full of petition papers signed by hundreds of thousands of people. But on Wednesday, June 1, when 10 legislative initiatives were …

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Women’s self-help group makes magic out of mahua cookies

Sangwari Mahila Swasahayta Samuh, a self-help group based in Chhattisgarh, is revisiting the traditional use of mahua to make alcohol by creating value-added productsbeside himself, writes Deepanwita Gita Niyogi When summer comes, the lands of the villages of Bastar are dotted with small pale yellow flowers that fall from the …

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Parents, community members volunteer as teachers at Shuttered Oakland School – NBC Bay Area

Classes resume at a closed elementary school in Oakland on Tuesday. Frustrated parents have taken over Parker Elementary after the school district shut it down for good, and they have a plan to keep teaching their children. “It’s a vision coming true,” said mother Azlinah Tambu. As school reopens – …

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