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Russia to make necessary steps over US withdrawal from Open Skies Treaty — ambassador

Antonov said that by quitting the treaty, the United States demonstrated the lack of political will to search for mutually acceptable solutions
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Russia to make necessary steps over US withdrawal from Open Skies Treaty — ambassador

Antonov said that by quitting the treaty, the United States demonstrated the lack of political will to search for mutually acceptable solutions

How the US seeks to protect children's privacy online

TikTok is under investigation for allegedly violating a settlement reached with U.S. authorities last year that resolved charges the popular app broke rules governing how children's personal information is treated online.
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How the US seeks to protect children's privacy online

TikTok is under investigation for allegedly violating a settlement reached with U.S. authorities last year that resolved charges the popular app broke rules governing how children's personal information is treated online.

Clinical trials for Ayurvedic formulations against Covid-19 to be initiated in India, US

In a virtual interaction with a group of eminent Indian-American scientists, academicians, and doctors on Wednesday, Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said the vast network of institutional engagements have brought scientific communities betwe
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Clinical trials for Ayurvedic formulations against Covid-19 to be initiated in India, US

In a virtual interaction with a group of eminent Indian-American scientists, academicians, and doctors on Wednesday, Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said the vast network of institutional engagements have brought scientific communities between the two countries together in the fight against Covid-19.

Is this the India of our dreams: Rahul Gandhi on sexual exploitation of girls in UP's Chitrakoot

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at the government on Thursday over a media report on sexual exploitation of minor girls in the mines of Uttar Pradesh's Chitrakoot, asking «is this the India of our dreams»?
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Is this the India of our dreams: Rahul Gandhi on sexual exploitation of girls in UP's Chitrakoot

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at the government on Thursday over a media report on sexual exploitation of minor girls in the mines of Uttar Pradesh's Chitrakoot, asking «is this the India of our dreams»?

La pointe Vénus se refait une beauté

Les jardins de la pointe Vénus sont actuellement en travaux de réaménagement avec notamment une verdure et un gazon naturels. Des toilettes et un nouveau pont pour accession de véhicule d'urgence seront aussi réalisés. Les chantiers devraient durer un
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La pointe Vénus se refait une beauté

Les jardins de la pointe Vénus sont actuellement en travaux de réaménagement avec notamment une verdure et un gazon naturels. Des toilettes et un nouveau pont pour accession de véhicule d'urgence seront aussi réalisés. Les chantiers devraient durer un peu plus d'un mois. 

Les artisans à l'honneur au village du Tiurai

Pour soutenir les artisans, le Pays organise un village du Tiurai à la Maison de la Culture. Le village du Tiurai a été inauguré, ce mercredi 8 juillet, par le ministre de la Culture, Heremoana Maamaatuaiahutapu, et des personnalités de la commune de Pap
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Les artisans à l'honneur au village du Tiurai

Pour soutenir les artisans, le Pays organise un village du Tiurai à la Maison de la Culture. Le village du Tiurai a été inauguré, ce mercredi 8 juillet, par le ministre de la Culture, Heremoana Maamaatuaiahutapu, et des personnalités de la commune de Papeete. Un orero a ouvert l'inauguration.

Pas de reprise de vols avec la Nouvelle-Zélande avant octobre

C'est ce que vient d'annoncer la compagnie Air New Zealand, ce mercredi 8 juillet. La compagnie a en effet expliqué que les vols entre Tahiti et Auckland sont suspendus jusqu’au 24 octobre 2020.
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Pas de reprise de vols avec la Nouvelle-Zélande avant octobre

C'est ce que vient d'annoncer la compagnie Air New Zealand, ce mercredi 8 juillet. La compagnie a en effet expliqué que les vols entre Tahiti et Auckland sont suspendus jusqu’au 24 octobre 2020.

Un Maaramu qui sert les uns mais dessert les autres

Un Maraamu touche Tahiti, en ce moment. Le phénomène météo va encore persister jusqu'au jeudi 9 juillet. Un vent frais et puissant pas très favorable à certaines cultures mais qui pour les pêcheurs de haute mer est de très bonne augure... 
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Un Maaramu qui sert les uns mais dessert les autres

Un Maraamu touche Tahiti, en ce moment. Le phénomène météo va encore persister jusqu'au jeudi 9 juillet. Un vent frais et puissant pas très favorable à certaines cultures mais qui pour les pêcheurs de haute mer est de très bonne augure... 

Raiatea : l'agriculture fait son marché

Les producteurs de Raiatea ne se laissent pas abattre par la crise du Covid-19. Malgré un salon de l'agriculture annulé, ils ont organisé un concours agricole à Tevaitoa. 
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Raiatea : l'agriculture fait son marché

Les producteurs de Raiatea ne se laissent pas abattre par la crise du Covid-19. Malgré un salon de l'agriculture annulé, ils ont organisé un concours agricole à Tevaitoa. 

Supreme Court says employers may opt out of Affordable Care Act’s birth control mandate over religious, moral objections

In a blistering dissent, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said her colleagues had gone too far to appease religious conservatives.
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Supreme Court says employers may opt out of Affordable Care Act’s birth control mandate over religious, moral objections

In a blistering dissent, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said her colleagues had gone too far to appease religious conservatives.

Voting rights of some felons in Florida in question after appeals court ruling

Advocates scramble to understand the effect on efforts to restore voting rights to as many as 1.4 million people.
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Voting rights of some felons in Florida in question after appeals court ruling

Advocates scramble to understand the effect on efforts to restore voting rights to as many as 1.4 million people.

Candlelight vigil for Supt Clunis set for this evening

Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, along with family members and friends of the late Superintendent of Police Leon Clunis, will be hosting a candlelight vigil at the National Police Academy, Twickenham Park, St Catherine at 6 p.m. Clunis...
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Candlelight vigil for Supt Clunis set for this evening

Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, along with family members and friends of the late Superintendent of Police Leon Clunis, will be hosting a candlelight vigil at the National Police Academy, Twickenham Park, St Catherine at 6 p.m. Clunis...

Second Lotto winner for the year hits $95m jackpot

Another Jamaican has hit the Lotto jackpot this year, walking away with $95 million. Supreme Ventures said the winning ticket for draw #1694 had numbers 08-09-10-19-27 and 30 with bonus ball 17, and was purchased from ‘Di Endz Sports Bar...
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Second Lotto winner for the year hits $95m jackpot

Another Jamaican has hit the Lotto jackpot this year, walking away with $95 million. Supreme Ventures said the winning ticket for draw #1694 had numbers 08-09-10-19-27 and 30 with bonus ball 17, and was purchased from ‘Di Endz Sports Bar...

CCJ strikes out Appeal Court ruling over Guyana elections

b In its ruling, the CCJ nullified a recent report submitted by Guyana's Chief Elections Officer (CEO) Keith Lowenfield in which he had dumped over 115,000 votes cast in the March 2 polls. The CCJ has also ruled that Lowenfield should produce a...
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CCJ strikes out Appeal Court ruling over Guyana elections

b In its ruling, the CCJ nullified a recent report submitted by Guyana's Chief Elections Officer (CEO) Keith Lowenfield in which he had dumped over 115,000 votes cast in the March 2 polls. The CCJ has also ruled that Lowenfield should produce a...

Married policeman admits killing NHS nurse lover of 10 years

PC Timothy Brehmer, 41, today denied murdering Claire Parry, who he was said to have had a ten year affair with, in Dorset in May, but admitted manslaughter.
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Married policeman admits killing NHS nurse lover of 10 years

PC Timothy Brehmer, 41, today denied murdering Claire Parry, who he was said to have had a ten year affair with, in Dorset in May, but admitted manslaughter.

Boy, 13, beat police officers while shouting 'Black Lives Matter'

A policeman attacked in the street has slammed society's 'skewed view' of officers after a 13-year-old boy who shouted 'black lives matter' and took a selfie during the melee appeared in court.
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Boy, 13, beat police officers while shouting 'Black Lives Matter'

A policeman attacked in the street has slammed society's 'skewed view' of officers after a 13-year-old boy who shouted 'black lives matter' and took a selfie during the melee appeared in court.

Baby girl who was diagnosed at six months with dairy intolerance died from rare cancer 

One-year-old Rose Jeans, from Cefn Hengoed, Swansea, Wales, was diagnosed with an Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumour just a few weeks before she passed away on February 13.
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Baby girl who was diagnosed at six months with dairy intolerance died from rare cancer 

One-year-old Rose Jeans, from Cefn Hengoed, Swansea, Wales, was diagnosed with an Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumour just a few weeks before she passed away on February 13.

Marine who played wide receiver in college catches boy thrown from burning building by his mom

Phillip Blanks, 28, ran to the home in Phoenix on July 3 barefoot to try and help. 'There wasn't much thinking. I just reacted. I just did it', he said Wednesday.
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Marine who played wide receiver in college catches boy thrown from burning building by his mom

Phillip Blanks, 28, ran to the home in Phoenix on July 3 barefoot to try and help. 'There wasn't much thinking. I just reacted. I just did it', he said Wednesday.

Meghan Markle is bizarrely listed as a DOCTOR on Companies House website

Meghan Markle, 38, who graduated from Northwestern University in Illinois with a bachelors degree, was given the title Dr The Duchess of Sussex in what is thought to have been a mistake.
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Meghan Markle is bizarrely listed as a DOCTOR on Companies House website

Meghan Markle, 38, who graduated from Northwestern University in Illinois with a bachelors degree, was given the title Dr The Duchess of Sussex in what is thought to have been a mistake.

Governor of Russia’s Khabarovsk region ARRESTED by FSB in crime gang & assassinations probe (VIDEO)

The Federal Security Service agents have detained the governor of Russia’s Khabarovsk region, Sergey Furgal, on suspicions of organizing a criminal group linked to a series of murders of entrepreneurs over a decade ago. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Governor of Russia’s Khabarovsk region ARRESTED by FSB in crime gang & assassinations probe (VIDEO)

The Federal Security Service agents have detained the governor of Russia’s Khabarovsk region, Sergey Furgal, on suspicions of organizing a criminal group linked to a series of murders of entrepreneurs over a decade ago. Read Full Article at RT.com

Body recovered by Police Coast Guard day after 3 people fell overboard in waters off Tuas

SINGAPORE - A search and rescue operation is underway in the waters off Tuas after the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was informed that three people had fallen overboard from a craft. The Malaysian authorities had informed the MPA at around 8
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Body recovered by Police Coast Guard day after 3 people fell overboard in waters off Tuas

SINGAPORE - A search and rescue operation is underway in the waters off Tuas after the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was informed that three people had fallen overboard from a craft. The Malaysian authorities had informed the MPA at around 8am on Tuesday (July 7) of the incident on a craft approximately 2.1 nautical miles off Tuas. Following search and rescue (SAR) operations involving two MPA patrol craft, one Police Coast Guard (PCG) craft and one Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) vessel, the MPA received word at around 8.45am on Wednesday that the PCG had sighted a body. The PCG has since recovered the body, and the authorities are looking into whether the body is one of the people who had fallen overboard. «The MPA continues to coordinate the SAR operation with PCG and RSN for the other missing persons,» it said in a statement on Wednesday. The MPA has also been issuing navigational safety broadcasts to vessels in the vicinity to keep a lookout and to report any sightings of the missing persons.

City Harvest Church files police report over 'digitally altered' photo of Kong Hee wearing PAP shirt

SINGAPORE - City Harvest Church has filed a police report after a doctored photo of its founder Kong Hee wearing a People's Action Party (PAP) polo T-shirt was circulated online. In a note to members on Wednesday (July 8), the church said it was aware of th
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City Harvest Church files police report over 'digitally altered' photo of Kong Hee wearing PAP shirt

SINGAPORE - City Harvest Church has filed a police report after a doctored photo of its founder Kong Hee wearing a People's Action Party (PAP) polo T-shirt was circulated online. In a note to members on Wednesday (July 8), the church said it was aware of the doctored photograph being circulated on social media, which had the 55-year-old wearing a white shirt with the PAP logo digitally superimposed onto it. The image «has been digitally altered», the church's management board clarified in the note, which was published on its website. «Pastor Kong and City Harvest Church are not, and have never been, part of or in any way associated with any political party or institution.»

Facebook removes Critical Spectator page for violating its policies

SINGAPORE - Facebook has taken down the Critical Spectator page run by a Polish national in Singapore, Mr Michael Petraeus, ahead of the general election on Friday (July 10). In response to queries, a Facebook spokesman said on Wednesday (July 8) that the co
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Facebook removes Critical Spectator page for violating its policies

SINGAPORE - Facebook has taken down the Critical Spectator page run by a Polish national in Singapore, Mr Michael Petraeus, ahead of the general election on Friday (July 10). In response to queries, a Facebook spokesman said on Wednesday (July 8) that the company has recently taken action on several accounts and pages in Singapore for violating its policies. «This is based on the violating behaviour of these accounts and pages and not based on the content they posted,» the spokesman added. Facebook declined to provide details of these other accounts or pages it said had been taken down recently. Last month, it took action against several accounts for misrepresentation as part of measures to protect the integrity of Singapore's general election. One of them is a Facebook page called Fabrications About the PAP (FAP) with more than 250,000 likes. It was taken down for violating Facebook's policies.

The vulnerabilities of Somali communities with COVID-19 in Europe

In early March, some of our extended Somali family returned to London from Umrah in Saudi Arabia with a flu-like fever. A few days later, I attended our local mosque in Greenford; many people were coughing and sneezing.
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The vulnerabilities of Somali communities with COVID-19 in Europe

In early March, some of our extended Somali family returned to London from Umrah in Saudi Arabia with a flu-like fever. A few days later, I attended our local mosque in Greenford; many people were coughing and sneezing.

Reforming the representation of Banadir in the Upper House may trigger a constitutional crisis

The Somali legislature's history goes back to the colonial and post independence parliaments which were unicameral based on multiparty system. Then a military coup suspended the only ratified constitution 1961, to establish a socialist one party system that l
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Reforming the representation of Banadir in the Upper House may trigger a constitutional crisis

The Somali legislature's history goes back to the colonial and post independence parliaments which were unicameral based on multiparty system. Then a military coup suspended the only ratified constitution 1961, to establish a socialist one party system that led to civil rebellion. After decades of civil war, Somali provisional constitution was adopted by the National Constitutional Assembly on August 1st , 2012 which introduced a bicameral system (The House of People and the Upper House).