Migrant crossings: 10 political leaders explored the use of powerful sonic weapons to disrupt travel across the English Channel | Political news

The 10 political bosses explored the use of powerful sonic weapons to force migrants to turn back in the English Channel, amid a growing row over how to handle the situation. Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRAD) are already installed on two Border Force vessels but are used to issue voice …

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Young entrepreneurs from the Côte-Nord developing a range of non-alcoholic beers and Nordic fruit sodas

CED grants $134,900 in financial support for Baie-Comeau Microbrasserie Saint-Pancrace to acquire innovative equipment. BAIE-COMEAU, QC, January 17, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – /CNW Telbec/ -Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (DEC) Brewing beer is one of the oldest industries in Canada, drinking beer being a well-established tradition. Craft beer in …

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Covid-19 Delta outbreak: School kids getting bitten today, 16 community cases

New ZealandUpdate Jan 17, 2022 12:15 a.m.4 minute read Schoolchildren are getting their shots of Covid-19 from today as the highly transmissible variant of Omicron continues to hover on New Zealand’s doorstep. There are 16 community cases of the virus today, the health ministry said. Today’s new community cases are …

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Lacoste takes on M&S in crocodile brand spitting lawsuit

FIRST caterpillars, now crocodiles – Marks & Spencer (M&S) Group Plc is embroiled in another trademark battle over the shape of a creature. Lacoste has sued the UK retailer for infringing on its famous crocodile logo by using similar images on dungarees, duvet covers and even a children’s bucket hat. …

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Omicron denounces the inflexibility of European public hospitals

STRASBOURG, France (AP) — A World Health Organization official warned last week of a “closing window of opportunity” for European countries to prevent their health systems from being compromised. overwhelmed as omicron variant produces near vertical growth of coronavirus infections. In France, Britain and Spain, countries with relatively strong national …

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‘Community, love and reflection’ | News, Sports, Jobs

-AP Photo What: Conversation on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. When: Monday at 7 p.m. Where: via Zoom Who: Julia Naylor and Jane Burleson Two longtime members of the Coppin Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church will share their experiences during the time of Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil …

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Bad Bank and the role it will play for small financial banks

The creation of the National Asset Reconstruction Company (NARCL) is a welcome move for the banking sector, which has been reeling under the weight of bad debts. An overall assessment of the future of bad loans in India revealed that non-performing assets (NPA) are expected to increase in the near …

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Malnutrition can shorten life expectancy for people with heart failure

Compared to 3 classifications of nutritional status – normal, obese and obese-malnourished – malnutrition in people with heart failure was found to have a significant negative effect on overall life expectancy, according to results from a new study in France. Moreover, patients with chronic heart failure classified as both malnourished …

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What to know when applying for a personal loan with bad credit

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that we think our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on links to our affiliate partners’ products. When it comes to paying for some of life’s biggest expenses – a home renovation, …

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The Omicron change in Europe: pandemic or endemic?

LONDON – In Britain, France, Spain and other countries in Europe, politicians and some public health experts are advocating a new approach to the coronavirus pandemic that is both bold and resigned: that illness is becoming an inescapable part of daily life. Governments are seizing a moment when their populations …

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