Month: December 2021

World News

What would NI be like if your mum has just been made sole joint FM/dFM?

Being an easy part of things, let’s all assume that our mothers are in charge of Northern Ireland? What five major changes would they make? It works best if you think about what he they would say, instead of simply expressing your thoughts. Mine was orderly in the way they did things, and they were […]

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Landesregierung will "mit vollem Elan" neue Projekte angehen

The first half of the federal government was marked by floods, epidemics and federal elections – Rhineland-Palatinate traffic lights are set to launch their operations in 2022. advancing the reconstruction of Ahr Valley, “said Prime Minister Malu Dreyer of the German Press Agency. “We started with so much stress that you forget we are still […]

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Giffeys Neujahrsansprache: "Wir werden die Pandemie bewältigen"

The mayor of Berlin, Franziska Giffey, focused on tackling the corona epidemic in his first New Year’s address. It also provides an overview of the work of the new partnership. Executive mayor of Berlin Franziska Giffey has confirmed that the new red-green Senate will do everything to protect the health of the Berliners and address […]

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Israël signe un accord pour acheter pour 3,1 milliards de dollars d’hélicoptères et de pétroliers américains Par Reuters

© Reuters. PICTURES: CH-53 helicopter photograph taken at the Sikorsky – Lockheed Martin company in preparation for the Berlin ILA Airshow in Schoenefeld, south of Berlin, Germany May 31, 2016. REUTERS / Fabrizio Bensch / File photo (Improves title and first paragraph to $ 3.1 billion from $ 2 billion) By Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) […]

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ASSET-H&C LAUNCHES NEW GUIDE TO SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES FOR THE GREATER MEKONG SUBREGION

ASSET-H&C, Association of Southeast Asian Social Enterprises for Training in Hospitality and Catering has published an Eco-Guide that provides guidance and advice to reduce the impact of tourism on the environment. It is possible to return travelers to Greater Mekong Subregion by 2022, the demand for conservation tourism is growing. Front cover of ASSET-H & […]

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Veteran Kiwi-Indian journalist recognised for services to Indian community

The tribute was paid by Governor General Cindy Kiro on behalf of Queen Elizabeth. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content that belongs to you or your organization by mistake, We are sorry for that. […]

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Business

More hot money enters Philippines

UNSPLASH Author Luz Wendy T. Noble, Journalist More foreign currency entered the Philippines than it did in November, when things went well which boosted consumer interest, according to the central bank. The so-called hot money sent $ 109.56 million last month, 52% lower than last year, according to data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas […]

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Germany backs France for 'more sovereign' Europe: German Foreign Minister

France and Germany have a “special role” to make the European Union a world power as Paris takes over the bloc’s leadership, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock told AFP on Friday. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have […]

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Germany backs France for 'more sovereign' Europe: German Foreign Minister

France and Germany have a “special role” to make the European Union a world power as Paris takes over the bloc’s leadership, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock told AFP on Friday. Original Article reposted fromSource link Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have […]

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Police officers forced out of Queensland cafe during COVID-19 checks

The video was filmed as a group of people were tortured Queensland Police are forcing them to leave the cafe during a check for COVID-19. Three police officers went to the Vintage Apron in Kapalaba where they met people. Police were called to the scene due to reports of repeated violations of COVID-19 health. Supporters […]

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