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Fallen legal giants remembered during St James Circuit Court

WESTERN BUREAU: Friday’s opening of the Michaelmas session of the St James Circuit Court was a sombre affair as heartfelt tributes were paid to three attorneys and a judge who have died within recent times after many years of service to the...
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Fallen legal giants remembered during St James Circuit Court

WESTERN BUREAU: Friday’s opening of the Michaelmas session of the St James Circuit Court was a sombre affair as heartfelt tributes were paid to three attorneys and a judge who have died within recent times after many years of service to the...

Guardian Group Foundation donates $5 million to students

WESTERN BUREAU: The Guardian Group Foundation (GGF), which has had a long history of making important contributions to education, has again come good for the sector, donating over $5 million in scholarships, grants, bursaries, and book vouchers to...
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Guardian Group Foundation donates $5 million to students

WESTERN BUREAU: The Guardian Group Foundation (GGF), which has had a long history of making important contributions to education, has again come good for the sector, donating over $5 million in scholarships, grants, bursaries, and book vouchers to...

Growth & Jobs | Some 100 persons benefit from job preparation webinar

MORE THAN 100 young adults benefited from a free webinar, titled ‘#SecureTheJobJA’, which offered consultations on how they could sharpen their skills to secure the job of their dreams. The virtual webinar was hosted by educational manager and...
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Growth & Jobs | Some 100 persons benefit from job preparation webinar

MORE THAN 100 young adults benefited from a free webinar, titled ‘#SecureTheJobJA’, which offered consultations on how they could sharpen their skills to secure the job of their dreams. The virtual webinar was hosted by educational manager and...

Growth & Jobs | Life insurance an essential part of financial planning – general manager

“Having life insurance should be a sound part of any financial plan, as it provides social protection to individuals. And,it can be used as long-term savings; retirement planning; and assist in withstanding financial shocks,” says Hugh Reid,...
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Growth & Jobs | Life insurance an essential part of financial planning – general manager

“Having life insurance should be a sound part of any financial plan, as it provides social protection to individuals. And,it can be used as long-term savings; retirement planning; and assist in withstanding financial shocks,” says Hugh Reid,...

Growth & Jobs | More young people investing in real estate

Laurence and Natasha Farghuson* bought their home in November 2015 because they were tired of paying rent. The couple financed their home in the quiet St Catherine community of Seville Meadows with a joint mortgage from JN Bank and the National...
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Growth & Jobs | More young people investing in real estate

Laurence and Natasha Farghuson* bought their home in November 2015 because they were tired of paying rent. The couple financed their home in the quiet St Catherine community of Seville Meadows with a joint mortgage from JN Bank and the National...

Huge homecoming parties result in arrests, fines across Canadian college towns

Three big homecoming weekend parties that took place across Canada on Saturday resulted in the arrests and ticketing of several university students.
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Huge homecoming parties result in arrests, fines across Canadian college towns

Three big homecoming weekend parties that took place across Canada on Saturday resulted in the arrests and ticketing of several university students.

Tree of Hope project aims to bring closure to families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

In the coming weeks, four huge trees in Thunder Bay, Ont. will be lit up, glowing with strings of thousands of red lights as part of an ongoing project to raise awareness and funds for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls [MMIWG].
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Tree of Hope project aims to bring closure to families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

In the coming weeks, four huge trees in Thunder Bay, Ont. will be lit up, glowing with strings of thousands of red lights as part of an ongoing project to raise awareness and funds for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls [MMIWG].

COVID-19 in Alberta: ICU patient count hits record high again, 5.2K new weekend cases

It's the 11th time in September alone that a new record high has been set for ICU patient count, which now stands at 265.
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COVID-19 in Alberta: ICU patient count hits record high again, 5.2K new weekend cases

It's the 11th time in September alone that a new record high has been set for ICU patient count, which now stands at 265.

Catholic bishops pledge $30 million toward Indigenous reconciliation projects

Canada's bishops on Monday pledged $30 million to support Indigenous reconciliation projects for residential school survivors, their families and their communities across the country.
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Catholic bishops pledge $30 million toward Indigenous reconciliation projects

Canada's bishops on Monday pledged $30 million to support Indigenous reconciliation projects for residential school survivors, their families and their communities across the country.

4 of 39 miners stuck underground in Sudbury, Ont., retrieved in rescue operation

A rescue operation underway for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., has successfully retrieved four miners, CTV News has confirmed.
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4 of 39 miners stuck underground in Sudbury, Ont., retrieved in rescue operation

A rescue operation underway for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., has successfully retrieved four miners, CTV News has confirmed.

Makkah’s museums open their doors again to visitors for a cultural journey

Author: Tue, 2021-09-28 01:31 MAKKAH: Ten museums in Makkah have opened their doors to showcase Makkah’s unique identity throughout history. The museums house some of the rarest artifacts, illustrations, and collections that reveal the human experi
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Makkah’s museums open their doors again to visitors for a cultural journey

Author: Tue, 2021-09-28 01:31 MAKKAH: Ten museums in Makkah have opened their doors to showcase Makkah’s unique identity throughout history. The museums house some of the rarest artifacts, illustrations, and collections that reveal the human experiences of the city. They show how the people of Makkah managed to shape a wealth of human knowledge through various epochs and the progress made after the prophecy and its noble teachings came into existence. The museums also contribute to raising cultural and humanitarian awareness with all their cognitive messages and elaboration of the life of fathers and grandfathers. The Culture Ministry’s Museums Commission told Arab News that it is giving Al-Zaher Palace Museum special attention, hoping to reopen the museum to visitors as soon as possible after it was closed due to the pandemic. The director of the Makkah History Center, Dr. Fawwaz Al-Dahhas, told Arab News that the museums have put in extraordinary efforts to further the Islamic, civilizational and cultural heritage of the city.  The museums include Byzantine and Roman coins of all kinds and the Islamic dinar, silver, and gold used during the Umayyad era. He added: “It’s best that the efforts are united under the auspices of one national museum called ‘Makkah throughout history,’ where visitors can expand what they needed to know about Makkah.”  Al-Dahhas said that developing the Al-Saqaf Palace in the Maabad neighborhood would combine heritage and culture through its restoration. Once completed, it will become an Islamic museum. In his book “The Presidential Palace in Maabad,” Al-Dahhas described the surface area of the palace and its rooms still have their original furnishings and design. Saad Al-Sharif, a researcher in Makkah’s history, said museums are essential to educate societies and advance science and evolution. “A student can leave a museum knowing that they would like to become a scientist, a leader, a musician or a writer,” he said. FASTFACT The Two Holy Mosques Architecture Exhibition is one of the most prominent museums in Saudi Arabia and is home to treasures and artifacts dating back more than 1,400 years. Opened in 2000 during the reign of the late King Fahd, it contains seven main halls highlighting Islamic civilization. “Our society’s knowledge must be consolidated and presented through the museums to form a harmonious cultural structure. Some museums teach what the classrooms students do not teach,” Al-Sharif added. The researcher said tourists always look for museums in new countries as “we believe them to be the true wealth of any people; ancient collections in those museums constitute an important source for society, as well as economic, social and cultural support, as they provide a rich and different experience for visitors, and express a person’s identity, existence and depth and authenticity of their culture.” Al-Sharif said that Saudi museums inspire delight and that they illustrate a history they could only learn about through museums and their evidence, tools, places, and names. Majdouh Al-Ghamdi, owner of the Museum of Human Heritage, said that Makkah’s museums complement each other and exhibit their rare heritage artifacts for all visitors. Its exhibits include household appliances used in Makkah before electricity was introduced, a section on Saudi tribes, and displays on the role of the city’s residents in serving pilgrims and the history of the ancient Madrasah Al-Sawlatiyah, one of the oldest schools in the Arabian Peninsula. It also includes Byzantine and Roman coins of all kinds and the Islamic dinar, silver, and gold used during the Umayyad era. Visitors will also discover weapons such as cannons, knives, daggers, swords and guns. Al-Ghamdi said that museums offer full knowledge and satisfy people looking to feel passion about heritage. They feel content in the historical depth and wealth of Makkah in particular, he added. He said that all those museums seek to occasionally develop their exhibits by buying rare stamps, newspapers, maps, coins, rifles, swords, old household items, spears, and traditional clothes. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: MakkahmuseumsMakkah museumSaudi Culture Ministry Five new Saudi museums get license to promote cultural, civil identity

Saudi talent foundation awards 3,000 scholarships to youth

Author: Arab NewsID: 1632783444379561500Tue, 2021-09-28 01:56 JEDDAH: Three thousand scholarships were granted to students by King Abdulaziz and his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba) during the foundation’s three-day S
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Saudi talent foundation awards 3,000 scholarships to youth

Author: Arab NewsID: 1632783444379561500Tue, 2021-09-28 01:56 JEDDAH: Three thousand scholarships were granted to students by King Abdulaziz and his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba) during the foundation’s three-day Saudi National Day celebrations. The educational and training scholarships covering various scientific fields are part of Mawhiba’s three-day photography exhibition, “A home for every talent ... a story for every passion,” held under the auspices of Dr. Saud bin Saeed Al-Mutahmi, secretary-general of the foundation, at Granada Mall in Riyadh. Mawhiba students in the Kingdom who have undergone training programs have achieved significant international achievements: 453 international awards in scientific competitions and 83 awards at the International Science and Engineering Fair, the most important scientific competition in the world. In cooperation with the Ministry of Education, students were granted scholarships after completing their training. The average time spent training and following up with students, from discovering their talent to their participation at an international level, has reached 7,000 hours for some students. “The exhibition, which has witnessed a high turnout of visitors from different segments of society, chose to replace regular gifts and prizes by gifting participants opportunities to improve their future, raise the quality of their lives and work with them to discover, develop and guide their children’s talents properly,” Mawhiba said in an official statement. The 91-picture exhibition followed the journey of some of the Kingdom’s talents, starting with scouting them to winning awards and the empowerment of talented students in institutions across Saudi Arabia. The Mawhiba exhibition was divided into three parts. The first is a photo exhibition for students who have won local and international competitions. The second is an interactive theater with general competitions, various questions, and free scientific scholarships. The third included the “I am a talent” event for children, featuring activities on creative thinking skills, a drawing competition about the Kingdom, and documentaries by Mawhiba and its programs. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaKing Abdul Aziz and his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba) Saudi Arabia’s giftedness foundation Mawhiba signs deal to protect intellectual property rights King Abdul Aziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity, Saudi Education Ministry organize forum for talented students

Exhibition displays key expansions at the Makkah Grand Mosque

Tue, 2021-09-28 02:14 MAKKAH: President General for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques Sheikh Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sudais inaugurated the Field and Digital Saudi Expansions at the Grand Mosque Exhibition. Al-Sudais said that the exhibition showcases the mo
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Exhibition displays key expansions at the Makkah Grand Mosque

Tue, 2021-09-28 02:14 MAKKAH: President General for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques Sheikh Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sudais inaugurated the Field and Digital Saudi Expansions at the Grand Mosque Exhibition. Al-Sudais said that the exhibition showcases the most prominent Saudi projects and expansions at the Grand Mosque. The exhibition also aims to enrich visitors’ experience and highlight the efforts of the Saudi leadership in this regard. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaMakkahGrand Mosque 5,000 umbrellas distributed in Grand MosqueSaudi Arabia’s Grand Mosque courtyard gets 25 new paths, 4 for elderly and disabled

Who's Who: Dr. Mansour bin Abdullah Al-Zamil, secretary of the King Fahd National Library in Riyadh

Tue, 2021-09-28 02:45 Dr. Mansour bin Abdullah Al-Zamil was recently appointed as secretary of the King Fahd National Library in Riyadh following Culture Minister Prince Badr bin Abdullah’s decision. Al-Zamil is the former supervisor of the Deanship of L
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Who's Who: Dr. Mansour bin Abdullah Al-Zamil, secretary of the King Fahd National Library in Riyadh

Tue, 2021-09-28 02:45 Dr. Mansour bin Abdullah Al-Zamil was recently appointed as secretary of the King Fahd National Library in Riyadh following Culture Minister Prince Badr bin Abdullah’s decision. Al-Zamil is the former supervisor of the Deanship of Library Affairs at King Saudi University in Riyadh, where he worked for the past 20 years. He joined King Saudi University in 2008 as an associate professor at the Department of Library and Information Sciences. He was promoted to associate professor in 2011 and then to professor in 2018. Prior to that, Al-Zamil worked at the King Faisal Air Academy in Riyadh, where he served as an associate professor between 2002 and 2008 and lecturer between 1991 and 1999. Al-Zamil received his bachelor’s degree with a second-class honors in library and information studies from the Department of Literature at King Saud University. After that, he moved to the US to complete his higher education in library and information studies. He earned his master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and his Ph.D. from the Public University of Florida. He participated in various regional and international conferences. His research interests include e-government, digital libraries, e-learning and distance learning, and research methodologies in the libraries and information field. He is a member of several scientific and academic societies, including the Saudi Library and Information Association, the Saudi Computer Society, and the Beta Phi Mu International Honor Society for library and information studies. The King Fahd National Library in Riyadh is one of the most prestigious libraries in Saudi Arabia. It was established as a monument on the occasion of King Fahd bin Abdulaziz ascending to the throne in 1982. The library is one of the most important cultural buildings in Saudi Arabia and an architectural masterpiece. It was designed by Professor Eckhard Gerber and his Gerber Architekten team in cooperation with the Riyadh Municipality, which provided the land and technical, architectural, and administrative supervision. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Who's WhoKing Fahd National Library Who’s Who: Loay Mashabi, deputy minister at Saudi Ministry of Transport and Logistic ServicesWho’s Who: Abdullah bin Zaraa, head of Saudi executive office at IMF

Saudi foreign minister invited by UAE counterpart to attend world decision-makers’ forum

Author: Tue, 2021-09-28 02:51 RIYADH: Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan has received an invitation from his UAE counterpart Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan to attend the 12th edition of the annual world decision-makers’ Sir Bani Ya
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Saudi foreign minister invited by UAE counterpart to attend world decision-makers’ forum

Author: Tue, 2021-09-28 02:51 RIYADH: Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan has received an invitation from his UAE counterpart Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan to attend the 12th edition of the annual world decision-makers’ Sir Bani Yas Forum. The invite was received on behalf of the prince by Saudi Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Waleed bin Abdulkarim Al-Khuraiji when he met with the Emirati ambassador to the Kingdom, Sheikh Nahyan bin Saif Al-Nahyan, at the ministry’s headquarters in Riyadh. The Sir Bani Yas Forum brings together senior decision-makers from across the Middle East and around the world to discuss some of the most crucial issues facing the region. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Prince Faisal bin FarhanSheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Saudi FM Prince Faisal bin Farhan receives COVID-19 vaccine Saudi foreign minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan holds talks in Sudan

Two Sudanese armed groups form new FFC faction

September 27, 2021 (KHARTOUM) - A prominent member in the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) confirmed the formation of a separate faction of the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) they lead together with the Sudan Liberation Movement of Minni Minnawi (SLM-
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Two Sudanese armed groups form new FFC faction

September 27, 2021 (KHARTOUM) - A prominent member in the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) confirmed the formation of a separate faction of the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) they lead together with the Sudan Liberation Movement of Minni Minnawi (SLM-MM). Political and civil society forces in addition to several armed groups signatory of the Juba Peace Agreement agreed on 8 September to reunite the FFC in response to an initiative by Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok. JEM refused to (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_DISPLAY, Democratic Transition in Sudan

Jowhar flood victims lose livelihoods and flee to Mogadishu

(ERGO) – After losing everything in recent river floods in southern Somalia’s Jowhar district, Maryan Mohamed Subeir and her 10 children walked from their village the sixty five kilometres to the town of Balad, where they were given a ride in a vehicle go
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Jowhar flood victims lose livelihoods and flee to Mogadishu

(ERGO) – After losing everything in recent river floods in southern Somalia’s Jowhar district, Maryan Mohamed Subeir and her 10 children walked from their village the sixty five kilometres to the town of Balad, where they were given a ride in a vehicle going further south to Mogadishu.

On IDUAI 2021, SJS and SOMA call for media, journalists’ access to information

On International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI), today the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) and the Somali Media Association (SOMA) call on the right of access to information for journalists, the right to know and report independently and w
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On IDUAI 2021, SJS and SOMA call for media, journalists’ access to information

On International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI), today the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) and the Somali Media Association (SOMA) call on the right of access to information for journalists, the right to know and report independently and without restrictions.

Arrested Insulate Britain protestors say they have been released without conditions yet AGAIN

Hated eco-mob Insulate Britain warns arrests and High Court injunctions 'can't scare' its protestors as they vow to continue blockading Britain's motorways - putting drivers' lives at risk.
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Arrested Insulate Britain protestors say they have been released without conditions yet AGAIN

Hated eco-mob Insulate Britain warns arrests and High Court injunctions 'can't scare' its protestors as they vow to continue blockading Britain's motorways - putting drivers' lives at risk.

Labour could be forced to scrap all-women shortlists as more than half its MPs are female 

Leaked papers from the party's national executive committee show it has formally decided to stop using the shortlists for the first time since 1997.
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Labour could be forced to scrap all-women shortlists as more than half its MPs are female 

Leaked papers from the party's national executive committee show it has formally decided to stop using the shortlists for the first time since 1997.

North Korea fires 'missile', insists on right to weapons tests

Nuclear-armed North Korea fired what appeared to be a short-range missile into the sea on Tuesday, the South's military said, as Pyongyang's UN ambassador insisted it had an undeniable right to test its weapons. The projectile was fired from the northern pro
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North Korea fires 'missile', insists on right to weapons tests

Nuclear-armed North Korea fired what appeared to be a short-range missile into the sea on Tuesday, the South's military said, as Pyongyang's UN ambassador insisted it had an undeniable right to test its weapons. The projectile was fired from the northern province of Jagang into waters off the east coast, according to the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff, and a Japanese defence ministry spokesman told AFP it «appears to be a ballistic missile». Less than an hour later, Pyongyang's United Nations ambassador Kim Song told the UN General Assembly in New York: «Nobody can deny the right to self-defence for the DPRK», the North's official name. It is the latest in a series of mixed messages from Pyongyang, coming days after leader Kim Jong Un's influential sister Kim Yo Jong, a key adviser to her brother, dangled the prospect of an inter-Korean summit. But she insisted that «impartiality» and mutual respect would be required, calling for the South to «stop spouting an impudent remark». She condemned as «double standards» South Korean and US criticism of the North's military developments, while the allies build up their own capacities. Washington condemned the North's latest launch, calling it a «threat» to Pyongyang's neighbours and the international community. «This launch is in violation of multiple UN Security Council Resolutions,» the US State Department said in a statement, adding: «Our commitment to the defence of the Republic of Korea and Japan remains ironclad.» In recent days, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has only months left in office, reiterated at the UN General Assembly his longstanding calls for a formal declaration of an end to the Korean War. The North invaded the South in 1950 and hostilities ceased three years later with an armistice rather than a peace treaty, leaving them technically still in a state of conflict. Pyongyang is under multiple sets of international sanctions over its banned programmes to develop nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. In his own General Assembly speech, ambassador Kim Song said North Korea had a right to «develop, test, manufacture and possess» weapons systems equivalent to those of the South and its US ally. «We are just building up our national defence in order to defend ourselves and reliably safeguard the security and peace of the country,» he said. - 'Heinous human rights abuser' - Pyongyang has already carried out several missile launches this month, one involving long-range cruise missiles and another that the South's military said was of short-range ballistic missiles. Seoul also successfully test-fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile for the first time, making it one of a handful of nations with the advanced technology. Talks between Pyongyang and Washington have been largely at a standstill since a 2019 summit in Hanoi between leader Kim and then-president Donald Trump collapsed over sanctions relief and what the North would be willing to give up in return. The North has since then repeatedly excoriated the South and its president Moon, and blown up a liaison office on its side of the border that Seoul had built. After an emergency meeting, the South's National Security Committee issued a statement Tuesday saying it «expressed regret for the launch at a time when political stability on the Korean Peninsula is very critical». Yang Moo-jin, a professor at the University of North Korean Studies, told AFP: «It looks like North Korea wants to see how genuine Seoul is when it comes to its willingness to improve inter-Korean ties -- and to officially end the Korean War.» «Pyongyang will monitor and study Moon's reaction after today's launch and decide on what they want to do on things such as restoring the inter-Korean hotline,» he added. Washington stations around 28,500 troops in the South to defend it against its neighbour and protect US interests in northeast Asia. The administration of US President Joe Biden has repeatedly said that it is willing to meet North Korean officials anywhere, at any time, without preconditions, in its efforts to seek denuclearisation. But the North has not shown any willingness to give up its arsenal, which it says it needs to defend itself against a US invasion. On Monday, the North's official Korean Central News Agency carried an article calling the United States «the most heinous human rights abuser in the world» for its sanctions policies on various countries. The North was also due to open a session of its rubber-stamp parliament, the Supreme People's Assembly, on Tuesday. © Agence France-Presse

Training seeks to lower cases of gender-based violence in Seychelles

Seychelles recorded 38 cases of gender-based violence from April to September, a crime statistic that a government ministry and U.S. Embassy are seeking to lower through a three-day training. The training, which is being organised by the Family Department i
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Training seeks to lower cases of gender-based violence in Seychelles

Seychelles recorded 38 cases of gender-based violence from April to September, a crime statistic that a government ministry and U.S. Embassy are seeking to lower through a three-day training. The training, which is being organised by the Family Department in the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Family in collaboration with the Embassy of the United States, started on Monday at Eden Bleu. In her address at the opening of the session, the Minister for Youth, Sports and Family, Marie-Celine Zialor said, «It is disheartening to acknowledge that we still have to address this topic. You would think that given all the progress that we have made in our history as human beings, that we would know better by now and that we would do better by now.»   Zialor said that «this workshop will equip the participants with the ideal knowledge and skills in order to help perpetrators as well as the victims to bounce back. We have to co-exist in society.» During the sessions, the participants will learn about behaviour change and empathy, evidence-based trauma and informed care. Behaviours of youth will also be covered as well the finalisation of targeted needs assessments. A gender-based violence study in Seychelles, an archipelago in the western Indian Ocean, in 2016 revealed that both men and women are victims. The study showed over 58 percent of women and 43 percent of men have experienced some form of gender-based violence. «As we strategise on ways to mitigate the situation, we are enthusiastic about bringing hope to our families,» said the minister. With the aim to reinforce the awareness and seek the support of various partners to achieve concrete actions, the participants of the training include representatives from the Seychellois society. Also attending are police officers, the legal department as well as spiritual leaders. Seychelles took a step forward to better protect victims of domestic violence in May last year when the National Assembly voted for the Domestic Violence Act which was subsequently assented to by the then president Danny Faure. The Act prohibits violence in the domestic context, whether caused through emotional, verbal, physical, sexual, economic, or psychological abuse as defined by law. It also provides for the protection of victims of domestic violence and for penalties for the perpetrators. Since 2012, Seychelles has joined the rest of the world to commemorate Orange Day and 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence from November 25 to December 10. The campaign initiated by the United Nations seeks to mobilise civil society, activists, government as well as the public in general.

British MILITARY ‘on standby’ to deploy trucks & drivers amid fuel supply shortage blamed on ‘panic buying’

The British army could soon deploy its own fuel tankers to fill a major logistics gap caused by a lack of lorries and drivers, with some petrol stations running dry in some areas as deliveries have all but ground to a halt. Read Full Article at RT.com
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British MILITARY ‘on standby’ to deploy trucks & drivers amid fuel supply shortage blamed on ‘panic buying’

The British army could soon deploy its own fuel tankers to fill a major logistics gap caused by a lack of lorries and drivers, with some petrol stations running dry in some areas as deliveries have all but ground to a halt. Read Full Article at RT.com

Police charge 36-year-old man with murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa

Koci Selamaj, 36, of Eastbourne was charged today and will appear at Willesden Magistrates' Court tomorrow.
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Police charge 36-year-old man with murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa

Koci Selamaj, 36, of Eastbourne was charged today and will appear at Willesden Magistrates' Court tomorrow.

North Korea fires short-range missile eastward into sea, South Korean military says

The missile was fired around 6:40 a.m. local time and marks Pyongyang’s fourth such test this month.
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North Korea fires short-range missile eastward into sea, South Korean military says

The missile was fired around 6:40 a.m. local time and marks Pyongyang’s fourth such test this month.

Cách đánh bao lô hiệu quả nhất có thể bạn chưa biết

Bao lô là một cách đánh có tỷ lệ trúng cao được rất nhiều anh em bạc thủ yêu thích lựa chọn. Là một trò chơi may rủi nên khi tham gia chơi. Cần trang bị cho mình kiến thức, cách chơi để nâng phần trăm
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Cách đánh bao lô hiệu quả nhất có thể bạn chưa biết

Bao lô là một cách đánh có tỷ lệ trúng cao được rất nhiều anh em bạc thủ yêu thích lựa chọn. Là một trò chơi may rủi nên khi tham gia chơi. Cần trang bị cho mình kiến thức, cách chơi để nâng phần trăm thắng giải. Vậy cách đánh bao lô có khó […] The post Cách đánh bao lô hiệu quả nhất có thể bạn chưa biết appeared first on Reporter.

Top 5 cách đánh lô trượt hiệu quả nhất

Với nhiều anh em bạc thủ lâu năm, lô trượt là hình thức chơi khá phổ biến và đơn giản, mang lại tỷ lệ thắng rất cao. Nếu bạn còn chưa biết đến cách đánh lô trượt. Cùng THABET Ttìm hiểu ngay bài vi
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Top 5 cách đánh lô trượt hiệu quả nhất

Với nhiều anh em bạc thủ lâu năm, lô trượt là hình thức chơi khá phổ biến và đơn giản, mang lại tỷ lệ thắng rất cao. Nếu bạn còn chưa biết đến cách đánh lô trượt. Cùng THABET Ttìm hiểu ngay bài viết dưới đây nhé!  Các cách đánh lô trượt xiên phổ biến […] The post Top 5 cách đánh lô trượt hiệu quả nhất appeared first on Reporter.

Cách tính lô câm chuẩn nhất bạn không nên bỏ qua

Nếu anh em chưa tìm được cho mình cách tính lô câm nào. Thì bài viết từ THABET dưới đây sẽ cập nhật ngay cho anh em một số cách tính lô câm phổ biến. Nhằm tăng tỉ lệ thắng giải cao hơn hiện nay nhé. C
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Cách tính lô câm chuẩn nhất bạn không nên bỏ qua

Nếu anh em chưa tìm được cho mình cách tính lô câm nào. Thì bài viết từ THABET dưới đây sẽ cập nhật ngay cho anh em một số cách tính lô câm phổ biến. Nhằm tăng tỉ lệ thắng giải cao hơn hiện nay nhé. Cách tính lô câm dựa vào một lô đầu […] The post Cách tính lô câm chuẩn nhất bạn không nên bỏ qua appeared first on Reporter.

Sinistre à Arue : 30 ans de souvenirs partis en fumée mais la vie sauve

Un incendie a ravagé quatre maisons à Arue dimanche 26 septembre. Il a fait basculer la vie de trente personnes en un claquement de secondes. Juliette Vahitete, l'une des victimes, témoigne.
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Sinistre à Arue : 30 ans de souvenirs partis en fumée mais la vie sauve

Un incendie a ravagé quatre maisons à Arue dimanche 26 septembre. Il a fait basculer la vie de trente personnes en un claquement de secondes. Juliette Vahitete, l'une des victimes, témoigne.

‘No means no!’ Protests erupt across New York demanding end to vaccine mandates & passports (VIDEOS)

Large crowds of demonstrators gathered around sites in New York City, as well as upstate, demanding the government repeals mandatory vaccination orders for certain categories of workers and a ‘passport’ system implemented in NYC. Read Full Article at RT.c
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‘No means no!’ Protests erupt across New York demanding end to vaccine mandates & passports (VIDEOS)

Large crowds of demonstrators gathered around sites in New York City, as well as upstate, demanding the government repeals mandatory vaccination orders for certain categories of workers and a ‘passport’ system implemented in NYC. Read Full Article at RT.com

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