Month: December 2021

World News

Health & Safety Authority work-related fatalities record increased incidents in transport sector

The most common cause of death in the workplace was the loss of a car or its equipment (12) and a fall from a height (10), among which killed more than half the dead (58%).The Health & Safety Authority has received a 30% reduction in work-related deaths. 38 people lost their lives in 2021 compared […]

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Gadget

Noah Cyrus Wears Neon Pink Bikini To The Beach

Noah Cyrus found him enjoying the waves with friends off the coast of Miami. The 21-year-old star was caught in a small pink, neon bikini, paired with a blue cap, as she enjoys throwing her hands up – showcasing her many paintings. 📷. Pichichipxx.com / Splash News The star recently posted a photo of herself […]

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She Helped Expose Secret UAE-Run Prisons in Yemen — and Paid a Steep Price

Yemeni attorney Huda Al-Sarari had been representing women in domestic abuse and gender-based violence cases for years, when around 2015 she began fielding a different cry for help. As a civil conflict in Yemen turned to a proxy war between regional powers, women would call Al-Sarari in the middle of the night to tell her […]

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After two years of COVID, Canadians reluctant to participate in 'normal' activities: poll

Breadcrumb Trail links Stories Canada Canadians’ Conditions Fourth: Canadians are not interested in public transportation, weddings or funerals, boarding or going to concerts or sporting events. Reporter: Sharon Kirkey Date of publication: Dec 31, 2021 • 22 hours ago • 4 minutes reading • 43 Comments Only 23 per cent of those surveyed said they […]

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China gaming crackdown: freeze on new video game licences extends into 2022 as 140,000 gaming-related firms shut down

China’s suspension of new video game licenses continues until 2022, with hopes that the project will resume by the end of the year, prompting small game-related companies to close down their operations and force the company’s major broadcaster to pursue international outreach. The Press and Publication Administration (NPPA), which oversees licensed video games in China, […]

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It turns out a glass of wine a day likely doesn't keep the doctor away

Breadcrumb Trail links Stories Life Health Eating & Drinking When it comes to drinking for health reasons, ‘long-term beliefs cannot be true,’ says a new study Reporter: Laura Brehaut Date of publication: Dec 31, 2021 • one day ago • 6 minute reading • 64 Comments “The big message is that people should remember to […]

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Oakville weekly crime update Dec. 22 – 28

Halton County Police have responded to 38 criminal incidents in Oakville, Ontario, since Dec. 22 to 28, 2021. Compared with the previous seven days, there was a 2.7% increase in urban crime. Dec. 22, 23 and 26 were very busy with the police. Officials responded to nine cases on Dec. 22 and seven on Dec. […]

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What happened to Shinji Kagawa after Sir Alex Ferguson prediction proved wrong at Man Utd

80TH SIR ALEX FERGUSON’S GOOD DAY: Kagawa joined United from Borussia Dortmund in 2012 and scored one of Sir Alex Ferguson’s last hat-tricks, but has faced challenges since leaving Old Trafford. Video Loading Video Not Available The video will play itself soon8Stop Play now Evra reveals how Ferguson changed his mind at Man Utd Bruno […]

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59 companies, ETFs, and several countries add Bitcoin (BTC) to their balance sheet according to 2021 data

According to the Bitcoin Treasury list, 59 countries, ETFs, and companies have added Bitcoin to their sites. All transactions are 1,499,493 BTC of $ 72 billion at current prices. In August 2020, Michael Saylor’s Microstrategy added $ 250 million of Bitcoin to its portfolio. This has led to a trend with many other companies following […]

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Bundesweit höchste Corona-Inzidenz: Daten unvollständig

Despite a slight decline, Thuringia is still the world leader in the reported corona events. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) points out, however, that the current state of affairs does not give a complete picture of the situation because fewer tests are held at Christmas and New Year and delays in reporting should also be […]

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