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The Hendersonville Times-News
Sunday's letters: A one-stop opportunityand voters. The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan organization, encourages
Sunday's letters: A one-stop opportunity
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 5 minutes ago
and voters. The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through citizen... Read more
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iol.co.za
Real changes in Cuba may flatter to deceiveopen economic relations with the rest of the world would have boosted developme
Real changes in Cuba may flatter to deceive
iol.co.za / Posted 8 minutes ago
open economic relations with the rest of the world would have boosted development to much higher levels than now, if the government’s economic policies were right. But leave that aside for now; Despite Gonzalez’s complaint, not everyone in... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Over 100 million mobile SIMs registered with biometric details, says Minister TaranaSunday, she said that subscribers of 100.9 million SIMs have so far re-register
Over 100 million mobile SIMs registered with biometric details, says Minister Tarana
Bdnews24.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
Sunday, she said that subscribers of 100.9 million SIMs have so far re-registered, accounting for over 76 percent of active mobile phone connections. The minister advised subscribers to call at 16103 (the NID registration wing) for clarification on... Read more
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News.com.au
Mobile phone cancer study finds ‘slight increase’ in brain tumoursCellphone-Cancer Link Found in Government Study 4:11 A multiyear, peer-reviewe
Mobile phone cancer study finds ‘slight increase’ in brain tumours
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
Cellphone-Cancer Link Found in Government Study 4:11 A multiyear, peer-reviewed study has a link between cancer and the type of radio frequencies commonly emitted by cellphones. WSJ's Ryan Knutson discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: iStock Can... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney's in-ground traffic light trial to save mobile phone zombies from themselvestraffic signals for oblivious phone users. Photo: SWA / Thomas Hosemann The pr
Sydney's in-ground traffic light trial to save mobile phone zombies from themselves
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
traffic signals for oblivious phone users. Photo: SWA / Thomas Hosemann The prevalence of pedestrians distracted by mobile phones has prompted the NSW government to launch an Australian-first trial to help mobile phone zombie, or... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Put your brain into gear': desperate plea to motoristsJamila Toderas And if it continues, 60 more people will die on NSW's roads thi
'Put your brain into gear': desperate plea to motorists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Jamila Toderas And if it continues, 60 more people will die on NSW's roads this year than in 2015. In response, the NSW government has announced a number of measures including the installation of up to 200 speed-activated signs, and a trial of... Read more
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dna
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battleto an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were li
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battle
dna / Posted 3 hours ago
to an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were lightly wounded during Friday's battle and government forces captured machine guns, rocket propelled grenade launchers and mobile telephones from the enemy, said army... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
‘Ministers speaking out of turn’also, as international agencies might say, ‘you’re saying one thing, but suppos
‘Ministers speaking out of turn’
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 3 hours ago
also, as international agencies might say, ‘you’re saying one thing, but suppose we hear something else from others in Government?’” In April, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh, at a weekly press conference, caused a stir with his abortion... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Homeless man's secret £70 drinking session in Park Plaza hotelnow been ordered to stop drinking after Nottingham magistrates were told about
Homeless man's secret £70 drinking session in Park Plaza hotel
Nottingham Post / Posted 3 hours ago
now been ordered to stop drinking after Nottingham magistrates were told about his binge. He found an events room where a mobile bar was laden with drink, ready for a private function, and helped himself to the spirits. Prosecutor Anna Pierrepont... Read more
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Sun Star
POEA offers tips to expose bogus UK job offersLeo Cacdac said aspiring OFWs can easily determine if such job offers are bogus
POEA offers tips to expose bogus UK job offers
Sun Star / Posted 4 hours ago
Leo Cacdac said aspiring OFWs can easily determine if such job offers are bogus or not, primarily by seeking help from the government. “Check with the POEA whether the employer has approved job orders,” said Cacdac. He also noted how genuine UK... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Niger security forces kill 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battle Machine guns, rocket propelled grenade launchers & mobile telephones were cap
Niger security forces kill 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battle
Eye Witness News / Posted 5 hours ago
Machine guns, rocket propelled grenade launchers & mobile telephones were captured from the enemy. FILE: A screen grab from a Boko Haram video shows the leader of the terrorist group... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Ask Rufus: Down the Tombigbeewanted to make. It was a three-day, 332 river mile trip by ski boat down the To
Ask Rufus: Down the Tombigbee
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 5 hours ago
wanted to make. It was a three-day, 332 river mile trip by ski boat down the Tombigbee to river mile 0 at the foot of Government Street in Mobile. Then across Mobile Bay to the Inter-coastal Waterway and down it to Orange Beach. We were a... Read more
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SKY News
Battling Against Islamic State's Guerrilla Tacticsare happening regularly and that he and his staff are facing medical shortages.
Battling Against Islamic State's Guerrilla Tactics
SKY News / Posted 5 hours ago
are happening regularly and that he and his staff are facing medical shortages. "There should be a plan from the central government because they are running a war and war needs more big hospitals and more staff and equipment," he said. "They are... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ambode One Year After - Security, Job Opportunities, Improved Infrastructurehis agenda as the helmsman of Lagos. He spoke of a divine orchestration that wo
Ambode One Year After - Security, Job Opportunities, Improved Infrastructure
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 hours ago
his agenda as the helmsman of Lagos. He spoke of a divine orchestration that worked in his favour. Indeed, as we mark his government's first anniversary we can see his to give the best to Lagosians. In less than 24 hours after taking office, he... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Can Pre-Election Protests Be Resolved?evil to ensure the reform of the electoral commission. By contrast, many Kenya
How Can Pre-Election Protests Be Resolved?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 hours ago
evil to ensure the reform of the electoral commission. By contrast, many Kenyans who are politically aligned to the government see mass protests as an unnecessary threat to political stability. So why has a disagreement over the credibility... Read more
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The Border Mail
Why desperate NBN staff are leakingwere merely seeking evidence about a crime and the identity of the criminal – t
Why desperate NBN staff are leaking
The Border Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
were merely seeking evidence about a crime and the identity of the criminal – the person who did the leaking from the government. To put it bluntly, Labor was the leakee, not the leaker. When I was raided (a long time ago), I said to the... Read more
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BBC News
Jatra: India's former folk theatre actors struggle to survivein 2005 Jatra groups have struggled in recent years because of the easily avai
Jatra: India's former folk theatre actors struggle to survive
BBC News / Posted 8 hours ago
in 2005 Jatra groups have struggled in recent years because of the easily available entertainment on television and mobile phones. Iraqi government forces make gains in their offensive to drive Islamic State militants from Falluja - one the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Small business wins 1.5% tax cut Small business was one of the big winners in the Abbott government’s second b
Small business wins 1.5% tax cut
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
Small business was one of the big winners in the Abbott government’s second budget, with a $5.5 billion package designed to drive growth and create jobs. Much of the package was leaked prior to budget day, including... Read more
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The Star
Charged up for safetyproducts are taken off the market. LAST month, 30-year-old Suhana Mohamad was
Charged up for safety
The Star / Posted 8 hours ago
products are taken off the market. LAST month, 30-year-old Suhana Mohamad was electrocuted to death while talking on her mobile phone that was being charged at her home in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. That’s a scary thing to hear because we Malaysians... Read more
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Swissinfo
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battleto an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were li
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battle
Swissinfo / Posted 9 hours ago
to an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were lightly wounded during Friday's battle and government forces captured machine guns, rocket propelled grenade launchers and mobile telephones from the enemy, said army... Read more
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Daily Mail
Clinton 'used Blackberry to send emails as she's clueless about PCs'for emails, staff said She had no idea how to use desktop computers provided f
Clinton 'used Blackberry to send emails as she's clueless about PCs'
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
for emails, staff said She had no idea how to use desktop computers provided for that purpose That posed a problem as mobile devices were banned in her suite A secure room was set up next to the suite for her to use her BlackBerry in But... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Prison officer reveals shocking inside story of life in Britain's jailssouth-east of England. The prison dates from the Seventies and houses more tha
Prison officer reveals shocking inside story of life in Britain's jails
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 hours ago
south-east of England. The prison dates from the Seventies and houses more than 1,000 inmates. I go to the gate and put my mobile in a locker by security. Nobody is allowed to take a mobile into a prison. I often smile at this as prisons are awash... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battleto an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were li
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battle
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 hours ago
to an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were lightly wounded during Friday's battle and government forces captured machine guns, rocket propelled grenade launchers and mobile telephones from the enemy, said army... Read more
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The Star
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battleto an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were li
Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battle
The Star / Posted 9 hours ago
to an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were lightly wounded during Friday's battle and government forces captured machine guns, rocket propelled grenade launchers and mobile telephones from the enemy, said army... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Hacked offdelivery with a stick and pull it inside. Prison officers later recover the pac
Hacked off
Namibia Economist / Posted 10 hours ago
delivery with a stick and pull it inside. Prison officers later recover the package and find it is stuffed with drugs and mobile phones. Such events are becoming increasingly common, not just in the use of drones to deliver contraband but in all... Read more
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The Star
‘We will defend every inch of Sabah’president-elect Rodri­go Duterte was reported as saying that he planned to purs
‘We will defend every inch of Sabah’
The Star / Posted 10 hours ago
president-elect Rodri­go Duterte was reported as saying that he planned to pursue the country’s claim over Sabah. The Government, said Najib, was committed towards defending Sa­­bah from any threat but urged the people to be the eyes and ears... Read more
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The Economic Times
We can no longer be called a roadblock ministry: Prakash Javadekarexceeds any parameter, the state pollution board, the owner as well as the mini
We can no longer be called a roadblock ministry: Prakash Javadekar
The Economic Times / Posted 11 hours ago
exceeds any parameter, the state pollution board, the owner as well as the ministry, including me, get an alert on the mobile phone. We then send our special team to such locations. If the industry doesn't make amends we close down the factory.... Read more
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The Economic Times
How startups are helping brands to improve user engagementmore potent. The timing too for starting up such ventures couldn't be better.
How startups are helping brands to improve user engagement
The Economic Times / Posted 11 hours ago
more potent. The timing too for starting up such ventures couldn't be better. As the new ecommerce norms by the government make it increasingly difficult for etailers to lure buyers with discounts, analysts expect a steady shift of... Read more
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Daily Mail
A new study proves the astonishing powers of the everyday wonder drugquite the same again': Former BBC...How to get a flat stomach in a DAY: Expert
A new study proves the astonishing powers of the everyday wonder drug
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
quite the same again': Former BBC...How to get a flat stomach in a DAY: Expert reveals the 10... There is a link between mobile phones and cancer: Radio... Share this article Aspirin works for more than half of sufferers. ‘It’s cheap and... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Vibrant gameplay for Vivocom after rebrandingindustry will be the prime mover for the Malaysia economy especially in 2016 an
Vibrant gameplay for Vivocom after rebranding
The Borneo Post / Posted 16 hours ago
industry will be the prime mover for the Malaysia economy especially in 2016 and 2017. “With election looming in 2018, the government would be keen to start major projects to develop the nation,” the executive director observed. “Projects such as... Read more
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The Hindu
Today's stories that you shouldn't missof large scale distribution of money and gifts to voters by the candidates and
Today's stories that you shouldn't miss
The Hindu / Posted 16 hours ago
of large scale distribution of money and gifts to voters by the candidates and political parties. The Narendra Modi Government has fulfilled 18 per cent of the promises the BJP made in its election manifesto, and work is in progress on 52... Read more
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Business Standard India
Mid-day meal and housing schemes might get a faceliftAdding some and modifying some others is how the National Democratic Alliance (
Mid-day meal and housing schemes might get a facelift
Business Standard India / Posted 16 hours ago
Adding some and modifying some others is how the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is planning to go about its welfare programmes in the coming days. While the Mid-Day Meal Scheme (MDMS) is likely to be extended to some private schools,... Read more
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SKY News
Ex-Navy Chief Wants Blockade Of Libyan Coastpeople is: 'Give us your $2,000, we'll get you across the Sahara, put you on a
Ex-Navy Chief Wants Blockade Of Libyan Coast
SKY News / Posted 17 hours ago
people is: 'Give us your $2,000, we'll get you across the Sahara, put you on a boat, here is a number, phone that on your mobile - that's the Italian coastguard. You'll be picked up by a British ship and taken to Europe'. "What I would do, rather... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rwandan Artistes Now Want in On Proceeds of Digitalisationlast year, artistes proposed the formation of Rwandan Arts Council (RAC) to act
Rwandan Artistes Now Want in On Proceeds of Digitalisation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 hours ago
last year, artistes proposed the formation of Rwandan Arts Council (RAC) to act as a link between the artistes and the government. The soon-to-be-launched RAC will bring together various arts bodies such as the Rwanda Film Federation, Rwanda... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
A slave in Scotland: ‘I fell into a trap – and I couldn't get out’what was happening. “He told us, ‘You can’t talk to anybody. If you do, I will
A slave in Scotland: ‘I fell into a trap – and I couldn't get out’
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 18 hours ago
what was happening. “He told us, ‘You can’t talk to anybody. If you do, I will cancel your visa,’” Azad says. There was no mobile phone reception, no internet access and no transport. Arefin accompanied them whenever they went into town on hotel... Read more
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iol.co.za
Germ of racism a recurring evilinstitutionalised over centuries by a hierarchical, geopolitical and segregated
Germ of racism a recurring evil
iol.co.za / Posted 19 hours ago
institutionalised over centuries by a hierarchical, geopolitical and segregated framework of laws brutally enforced by the government. An older generation of white South Africans know the lie. Racism has either been privatised at dinner tables or... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dangote Disburses N40 Million Grants to Disadvantaged Lagos WomenFoundation, yesterday, commenced the disbursement of N400 million micro grant t
Dangote Disburses N40 Million Grants to Disadvantaged Lagos Women
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 hours ago
Foundation, yesterday, commenced the disbursement of N400 million micro grant to 40, 000 indigent women in all the local government areas in Lagos State. The disbursement held at the Conference Hall of Lagos House, Ikeja, is a continuation of... Read more
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iol.co.za
New mobile police station for Site CThe Western Cape will receive six mobile police stations by the end of this fin
New mobile police station for Site C
iol.co.za / Posted 20 hours ago
The Western Cape will receive six mobile police stations by the end of this financial year. That was the message delivered by Deputy Police Minister Maggie Sotyu at the launch of a mobile police station in Site C, Khayelitsha, on Friday. Sotyu also... Read more
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Scotsman
Game of Thrones’ Faye Marsay on her new BBC drama, Love, Ninaperm, and I remember big old tellies with wood casing and buttons, and a big VC
Game of Thrones’ Faye Marsay on her new BBC drama, Love, Nina
Scotsman / Posted 20 hours ago
perm, and I remember big old tellies with wood casing and buttons, and a big VCR player at my grandad’s. And not having a mobile phone, I could relate to, because I come from a working class home and didn’t have one till I was 14. Not having that... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Out of range: Seven off-the-grid places for a true vacation escapethe fact that disconnected areas are at a significant disadvantage. That’s a bi
Out of range: Seven off-the-grid places for a true vacation escape
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
the fact that disconnected areas are at a significant disadvantage. That’s a big part of the reason why the federal government, for example, committed $305-million in 2014 to expand access to high-speed Internet to another 280,000 households... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Mother forgives Clenchwarton motorist for crash which killed her seven-old sonfemale motorist who knocked down her seven-year-old son – causing injuries from
Mother forgives Clenchwarton motorist for crash which killed her seven-old son
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 22 hours ago
female motorist who knocked down her seven-year-old son – causing injuries from which he later died – while talking on her mobile phone. Seth Dixon, 7, was knocked over and killed by Amy Asker. Oliver Pritchard / SWNS.com An inquest in Boston... Read more
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The Advocate
'Drastic change' coming as Louisiana shifting to iPad voting, and it won't be cheapin 2016 will be using machines at or near the end of their projected lifespans,
'Drastic change' coming as Louisiana shifting to iPad voting, and it won't be cheap
The Advocate / Posted 23 hours ago
in 2016 will be using machines at or near the end of their projected lifespans,” the reports states. The federal government is not putting up money this time around, and, so far, state governments haven’t felt much urgency. In Virginia,... Read more
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Scotsman
Game of Thrones’ Faye Marsay on her new BBC dram, Love, Ninaperm, and I remember big old tellies with wood casing and buttons, and a big VC
Game of Thrones’ Faye Marsay on her new BBC dram, Love, Nina
Scotsman / Posted 23 hours ago
perm, and I remember big old tellies with wood casing and buttons, and a big VCR player at my grandad’s. And not having a mobile phone, I could relate to, because I come from a working class home and didn’t have one till I was 14. Not having that... Read more
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Herald Sun
Fire burns brightly in epic hurdle finishon RSN how he keeps track on each of his runners — he had 18 runners across fiv
Fire burns brightly in epic hurdle finish
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
on RSN how he keeps track on each of his runners — he had 18 runners across five venues Australia-wide — Weir said his mobile phone alarm was pre-set to beep each time one of his horses was about to race. Explains why Weiry always has his head... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
National Headlines - Saturday May 28wife Johnny Depp has been ordered to stay at least 100 yards from his estrange
National Headlines - Saturday May 28
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
wife Johnny Depp has been ordered to stay at least 100 yards from his estranged wife after she accused him of throwing a mobile phone at her face. A Los Angeles judge also said the Hollywood star should not try to contact Amber Heard before a... Read more
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Thame Gazette
High speed broadband needed for farming familiesWith only four per cent of farmers having access to superfast broadband, the ro
High speed broadband needed for farming families
Thame Gazette / Posted yesterday
With only four per cent of farmers having access to superfast broadband, the rollout of complete mobile networks and affordable reliable superfast broadband to rural areas must now be prioritised by government. Both are essential to run safe and... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
PNP: ‘Nationwide election gun ban is still in effect’presidential elections on May 9. FILE – Members of the Northeastern Mindanao P
PNP: ‘Nationwide election gun ban is still in effect’
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
presidential elections on May 9. FILE – Members of the Northeastern Mindanao Police Regional Office Region 13 conduct a mobile checkpoint in Butuan City as part of the campaign to implement the Commission on Elections-imposed gun ban. (Mike U.... Read more
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The Financial Express
Tips to invest in the stock marketyour funds. Demat account is like a bank account to hold the certificates of yo
Tips to invest in the stock market
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
your funds. Demat account is like a bank account to hold the certificates of your financial instruments like shares, bonds, government securities, mutual funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs). You may choose a traditional stock brokerage, which... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
NoteworthyWhile Local Work Group membership is limited to federal, state, county, tribal
Noteworthy
Tribune Chronicle / Posted yesterday
While Local Work Group membership is limited to federal, state, county, tribal or local government representatives who are familiar with agriculture and natural resources interests, the meeting is open to the general public, who are invited to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Optics of Politics - Resurgence of an Age-Old Rivalry?who won by a wide margin. The next contest for Sirleaf was the race for the ch
The Optics of Politics - Resurgence of an Age-Old Rivalry?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
who won by a wide margin. The next contest for Sirleaf was the race for the chairmanship of the National Transitional Government of Liberia, which climaxed the peace talks in Accra, Ghana. Interested in that position, there she encountered... Read more
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