Monthly Archives: October 2022

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Ethiopian rivals still talk about peace in South Africa

Published on: 31/10/2022 – 14:30Amended: 31/10/2022 – 14:28 Addis Ababa (AFP) – Talks between the Ethiopian government and rebel authorities in Tigray aimed at finding a peaceful solution to their devastating two-year conflict were continuing on Monday, a diplomat said. African Union-led negotiations began last Tuesday in South Africa, the first formal dialogue to try to end a war that ...

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What do our leaders think of what this sheikh has done? – ARABIC TIME

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger This message has been read 234 times! IN popular stories about societies, there are many lessons that can form a plan of action for people, leaders and countries. One of these stories concerns a religious scholar (sheikh) who was walking in the fields accompanied by one of his students. The young student saw an old ...

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Guinea’s fate lays bare greed of foreign mining companies in the Sahel : Peoples Dispatch

Guineans gather in the streets of Conakry after the September 2021 coup. Photo: Xinhua On October 20, 2022, in Guinea, a demonstration organized by the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution (FNDC) took place. The protesters required the ruling military government (the National Committee for Reconciliation and Development, or CNRD) released political detainees and sought to establish a ...

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Inauguration of the renovated Kakum National Park Exhibition Center

Ophelia Oppong Yeboah, a tour guide, briefing dignitaries on the facility. Kakum National Park in Abrafo-Odumase in the Center region inaugurated a renovated exhibition center. The exhibition hall was renovated by the Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust (GHCT) with the support of the French Embassy in Ghana through its 2020 Sankofa Small Grants. The GH¢30,000 project, which is the first phase ...

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“Getting stuck” with payday loans.

Image courtesy of Pixabay By JESSICA LOVECourtesy of the Indiana Capital Chronicle Ever got stuck in the mud with your car or truck? and the more you try to get out, the deeper your tires sink? I have. So I know from experience that if you don’t have the luxury of waiting for things to dry, you need help – ...

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The new Iraqi government is unlikely to resolve the crises

Published on: 28/10/2022 – 16:52Amended: 28/10/2022 – 16:50 Baghdad (AFP) – Iraq’s parliament has approved Prime Minister Mohamed Shia al-Sudani’s government after more than a year of political paralysis, but the war-torn country is far from reaching safe shores. Sudani now faces the gargantuan task of delivering on his promises to fight corruption and provide job opportunities for the country’s ...

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‘Addams Family’ Scares Lafayette, ‘Frankenstein’ Wraps Up in Chautauqua & More – Boulder Daily Camera

On the scene The Addams Family Musical: Comedy starring the beloved 1960s spooky TV family through November 6, The Arts HUB Players, Arts HUB, 420 Courtney Way, Lafayette; $15 to $25; artshub.org. Isn’t that too proud – the life and times of the temptations: Musical following the rise of the Motown band in Detroit, through Nov. 6, DCPA Broadway, Buell ...

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An epigraphist studies a past carved in stone | Phnom Penh Post

Khmer stone inscriptions are the precious lanterns that light the way for scholars of Khmer history. They are the main source of information for the study of the centuries-old history of Cambodia, said Professor Hun Chhunteng. Research specialist and lecturer in ancient inscriptions, he has more than 10 years of experience in the field. He holds a BA in Khmer ...

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Payday Loans Market Share is Estimated to be $42.6 Billion by 2028 | Vantage Market Research

Vantage Market Research analyzes that Payday loan market which was valued at $33.5 billion in 2021 would increase to $42.6 billion by 2028 at a CAGR of 4.1% over the forecast period 2022-2028. A qualitative research study includes 115+ market data tables, pie charts, graphs and figures spread over pages and easy to understand detailed insights. This market research report ...

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King of Vietnam’s 11kg gold seal to go under hammer in France

The Imperial Seal of Emperor Minh Mang (1791-1841) will be auctioned with 329 artifacts in a sale on October 31 (Paris time). According to the French auction house, the square-based seal is 10.4 centimeters high and weighs 10.78 kilograms. The handle is shaped like a coiled dragon with five claws and the head is raised and the character “Vuong”, meaning ...

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French government downplays rift with Germany as Macron meets Scholz

Mohamed Ali (@ChaudhryMAli88) Posted on October 26, 2022 | 8:11 p.m. France on Wednesday sought to play down growing divisions in its strained relations with Germany as their leaders met in Paris for a lunch held in lieu of a joint ministerial meeting MOSCOW (UrduPoint News/Sputnik – October 26, 2022) France on Wednesday sought to play down growing divisions in ...

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Technological escalation | Krzysztof Tyszka-Drozdowski

O#7 October, the cold war between the United States and China has entered a phase of technological escalation. The Biden administration has announced new export restrictions that would cut off the Middle Kingdom from the most valuable parts of the US semiconductor supply chain. “The United States”, according to an analyst observed“forcefully decouples the entire supply chain from advanced technologies ...

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Scientists hunt for fossils in the 250 million year old B’bang mountain range

Archaeologist Lim Vanchan from the Ministry of Environment led a team to search some of the mountainous areas in Banan district, Battambang province. Photo provided Some of the mountainous areas in Banan district, Battambang province – near Kamping Puoy cave – are part of a 10km stretch of limestone hundreds of millions of years old, it has been discovered , ...

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Liberia: Peace impossible as conflict ravages nations

-Said the resident representative of ECOWAS The Resident Representative of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission in Liberia, Ambassador Josephine Nkrumah said that the West African region and the global community cannot achieve lasting peace while conflict still ravages some nations. “Regional peace and by extension global peace is not available when conflict is ravaging certain nations,” ...

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Macron and the new Italian Prime Minister Meloni spoke on Sunday

PARIS, Oct 23 (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron and Italy’s new Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni spoke in Rome on Sunday for the first, albeit informal, meeting between the two political leaders. Macron, who is currently on an official visit to Italy, in a post on Twitter in Italian after the meeting said the two countries must continue to work ...

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From stylish boutiques to decadent restaurants – how to do Paris like a local in winter

PARIS is one of the most popular destinations for a city break, but the French capital is not just about its most famous tourist attractions. Here, beauty editor Tara Ledden shows you how to see the City of Light like a local, with boutique galleries, glamorous cocktails and one-of-a-kind boutiques. 5 Paris is one of the most popular destinations for ...

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3 beautiful bike rides along the historic C&O Canal towpath

Imagine it’s 1871 and you’ve been hired to lead a team of mules along a path as they tow a boat through a channel parallel to the Potomac. You depart from Washington, DC to Cumberland, Maryland. River boats are your business and your home (and a mule barn). Each week you travel 184.5 miles east or west, load or unload, ...

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These celebrities and officials with notoriously short tenures show Liz Truss isn’t alone

CNN — After just six weeks in office, Liz Truss announced on Thursday that she would step down as British Prime Minister. His tenure was historically short and mostly unsuccessful: Truss’ economic program threw markets into disarray and saw the value of the pound against the US dollar fall to an all-time low. For these reasons, her departure was not ...

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Exclusive: Spain and France make owners pay for yachts frozen under Russian sanctions

Some owners pay for the maintenance of frozen yachts Law allows France and Spain to allow payments despite sanctions West has made targeting the luxury assets of Putin allies a key objective BARCELONA/PARIS, Oct 20 (Reuters) – Spain and France have allowed owners of superyachts frozen under sanctions against Russian businessmen to pay for their upkeep, three sources told Reuters. ...

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Three upcoming fantasy writers at Waterstones St Neots

Published: 3:27 PM October 19, 2022 Three exciting authors specializing in young adult (YA) fantasy fiction come to Waterstones in St Neots. The public will have the chance to meet Katherine Webber, Kat Dunn & Kat Delacorte and ask questions on October 20 at 7:30 p.m. for what is dubbed “three Kats in a bookstore.” The Waterstones website says: “Join ...

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Explore France with these 15 wines

television travel host rick steve reveals that the sunny slopes of Provence, in the most southeastern corner of France, are known for lavender, ancient villages, Haussmann towns, fine arts, bucolic landscapes and rosé wine. Some of France’s most historic cities, from Avignon and Marseille to Aix, Cannes and Nice, make up the Côte d’Azur. palace clubs reports that the area ...

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Top 5 Best Payday Loans No Credit Check

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EDIT Napoli: In Naples the design is “right”

EDIT Napoli, the exhibition dedicated to author design which returned for its fourth consecutive edition to the capital of the Campania region from October 7 to 9, 2022, ended with great success, welcoming more than 70 exhibitors from all over the world, with the aim of supporting and promoting a new design concept. The fair is firmly rooted in the ...

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Disney threatens to bypass French cinemas unless exit rules are relaxed | Disney+

Disney is due to release Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in French cinemas next month, but has warned that future blockbusters could go straight to its streaming service, Disney+, unless France relaxes film distribution rules. There had been speculation that the Hollywood studio might bypass cinemas with one of the most anticipated releases since before the coronavirus pandemic to pressure the ...

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News from France: Body of 12-year-old girl found tied up in suitcase ‘with numbers 1 and 0 placed on body | World | New

French authorities have opened a murder investigation following the discovery of the body of a 12-year-old girl under mysterious circumstances on a street in Paris. According to reports in the French media, the girl’s body was discovered tied up in a suitcase with the numbers 1 and 0 “placed” on the body. According to official sources cited by BFMTV, a ...

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Jihadists kill at least 11 people in an ambush in Burkina Faso

Published on: 10/16/2022 – 07:53 Jihadists killed at least three soldiers and eight civilian auxiliaries in an attack on Saturday in Burkina Faso’s volatile north, security sources told AFP. The soldiers, who were patrolling with the auxiliaries, were ambushed in the Bouroum district, a source said. Another source, confirming the attack, said the toll could rise, adding that two people ...

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A liberal take on the hijab controversy

We can only sympathize with the honorable justices of the Supreme Court, who performed a thankless task this week, delivering their verdict on the hijab issue. There are already serious clashes on the issue across the world and within the country, sometimes even between those who claim to share the same principles, ideology and religion. Liberals are being mocked for ...

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Covid cases rise in Europe as France enters eighth wave

As the number of cases increases, the French health authorities are considering imposing masks again in … [+] public places. Photo: Pierre Crom. Getty Images As winter approaches, France has “officially” entered its eighth wave of Covid-19. More than 50,000 daily cases have been confirmed and French health authorities are considering whether to impose masks again in public places and ...

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Death threats won’t stop Elke Van Den Brandt from freeing Brussels from traffic jams

Elke Van den Brandt, Minister of Mobility, Public Works and Road Safety of Brussels, in her … [+] Office on the 13th floor with a view of the Belgian capital. Carlton Reid “Brussels has been one of the most congested cities in Europe for decades,” the city-region’s mobility minister told me from her 13th-floor office overlooking the Belgian capital. “Traffic ...

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Zaki Nusseibeh inaugurates the “Feathers & Thoughts” exhibition at the Alliance Française Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi: HE Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh, Cultural Advisor to the President of the United Arab Emirates inaugurated the “Feathers & Thoughts” exhibition yesterday, in the presence of HE Dr. Ali Bin Tamim, President of the Arabic Language Center at the Ministry of Culture and of Tourism – Abu Dhabi. The event also saw the participation of HE Antoine Delcourt, Ambassador ...

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French government orders workers to ensure fuel supply

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron has vowed that the situation at gas stations across the country will soon return to “normal” as the government began to requisition some workers at ExxonMobil’s Esso gas stations amid an ongoing strike that is making life difficult for French drivers. “The question everyone is asking is: when will we get back to ...

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Georgetown Witches

I have a fairly modern view of witches: women who were ahead of their time, women who were healers, women who had minds of their own, women who were powerful. And those are some of the qualities that I believe earned you the slap in the face as a “witch” in times gone by. But I’m not sure any of ...

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European Union Delegation appoints five Goodwill Water Ambassadors

Download logo The European Union Delegation has appointed, for the first time, five EU Goodwill Ambassadors for Water to raise awareness of the urgency of water conservation and advocate for sustainable consumption water resources, in accordance with government policy. EU Water Goodwill Ambassadors will play a central role in EU efforts to ensure that people can achieve the highest levels ...

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Ryanair calls on governments to take action to protect overflights as French ATC strikes

OSLO – Irish Low Cost Carrier (LCC) Ryanair has called on the UK, Irish, Italian and Spanish governments to take action to protect overflights in French airspace when French ATC is on strike. Helps prevent delays and cancellations On September 29, Ryanair released a statement calling on the governments of countries including Italy, Spain and the UK to take action ...

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Assassin’s Creed loses one of its most perfect settings

Assassin’s Creed will soon take players to a fascinating time and place, but this setting will unfortunately be adapted as a simple mobile game. Ubisoft recently announced an upcoming mobile game titled Assassin’s Creed: code name Jade and this project risks ruining an incredibly interesting historical setting. The open-world sci-fi franchise has taken players to different time periods and locations, ...

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Lighthouses attract adventurous travelers

Sam and Barbara Dawson use binoculars to get close-up views of whales and seals as they swim just offshore. Dick and Mary Beatty prefer to get up close to schools of colorful fish while they snorkel and dive. For Tom and Jean Coss, the big thrill is hanging out with a friendly ghost named Maggie. As disparate as these experiences ...

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France advises nationals visiting Iran to leave

The French government on Friday advised its nationals visiting Iran to “leave the country as soon as possible”, citing the risk of arbitrary detention. “All French visitors, including dual nationals, are exposed to a high risk of arrest, arbitrary detention and unfair trial,” the Foreign Ministry said on its website, adding that “this risk also applies to people making a ...

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Rocket Lab launches Argos tracking payload

WASHINGTON — A Rocket Lab Electron rocket launched a satellite Oct. 7 carrying a payload for U.S. and French government agencies that will track wildlife and collect other sensor data. The Electron lifted off from Pad B at Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand at 1:09 p.m. Eastern Time. The two-stage rocket deployed a launch stage into orbit nine minutes ...

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The 28 Most Honored by Statues in America – 24/7 Wall St.

We document the legacy of important historical figures in several ways, the main ones being public statues and monuments. Like all other works of art, statues can tell us a lot about the values ​​of the society in which we live. Whether it’s evoking a patriotic dedication to freedom with works like the Statue of Liberty, a commitment to racial ...

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Leclerc: Did France build one of the best tanks in the world?

Leclerc – An incredible tank from France: “I’d rather have a German division in front of me than a French division behind me.” This is one of the works of General Patton most famous quotes — or infamous, if you are a Francophile. Shortly after leaving the United States Air Force, I shared this quote with a friend of mine ...

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Paris joins TV boycott of World Cup matches from Qatar

PARIS — Paris will not show World Cup matches on giant screens in public fan zones due to concerns over migrant worker rights abuses and the environmental impact of the tournament in Qatar. It follows similar moves from other French cities, despite France being the defending champions. “There is the problem of the environmental impact”, Pierre Rabadan, deputy mayor of ...

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Loans for Bad Credit – Get payday loans without guaranteed credit check approval

We all face financial hurdles from time to time and need help to get back on track. Sometimes when we face an emergency, filling out forms and waiting several days for funding just doesn’t help us. This is especially true if you have bad credit and can’t seem to find a lender to approve your loans. Luckily, many online platforms ...

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50 best books for men of all time

HD illustration No one should read a single book, but— books should be read. They educate you, move you, change you, stay with you. Across time, space, language and identity, they offer uncanny access to the minds of others, despite sometimes drastic shifts in text and context. Books can tell you a story you already know, a story you’ve never ...

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Protesters attack French embassy as ousted president signs resignation

OUAGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO — On Sunday afternoon and throughout last night, large groups of protesters took to the streets of Burkina Faso’s capital, Ouagadougou, attacking the French embassy, ​​burning tires and waving Russian flags. Chaos has descended on the city after a new military junta took power on Friday but appears to lack full control over the country. Explosions and ...

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Mariana Enríquez: “I don’t want to be complicit in any kind of silence” | horror books

MAriana Enríquez, 48, lives in Buenos Aires. She is the author of nine books, including two collections of short stories, The dangers of smoking in bed and Things We Lost in the Fireboth translated from Spanish by Megan McDowell. In 2019, Enríquez won Spain’s Premio Herralde, previously awarded to Javier Marías and Roberto Bolaño, for Our part of the night, ...

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New Lonely Planet guide sheds light on Britain’s hidden Muslim heritage

LONDON: A new Lonely Planet guide to Britain features an entire chapter on the country’s little-known Islamic heritage, which dates back more than 1,200 years. Published this month, ‘Experience Great Britain’ is part of the publisher’s ‘anti-guide’ range, supposedly because of the unique local insights they offer travellers. The guide to Britain contains sections and essays entitled “Legacies of Empire”, ...

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