Peruvian community suspends protest against Glencore’s Antapaccay mine, local leader says

LIMA, October 8 (Reuters) – An Andean community in Peru on Friday suspended a protest and blockade against Glencore’s Antapaccay mine (GLEN.L), after reaching a deal to start talks for a new agreement between the mine and the residents, said a community leader. Residents of Espinar, Cusco, had blocked a …

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OnePlus buying guide: with big discounts, now is the right time to get OnePlus 9, Nord 2 or OnePlus TV U1S 55 inch

It’s that time of year when gadgets are sold at great discounts. OnePlus also has a number of deals and discounts on almost all of its products. So if you are planning to buy a OnePlus smartphone or a OnePlus Smart TV, or even OnePlus TWS, then this might be …

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French activists pose as employers to denounce racism

PARIS (AP) – French anti-racism activists who called temporary employment agencies posing as a construction company that wanted to hire only “European” workers say more than a third of companies have agreed to help with discriminatory research. SOS Racisme, the national association of anti-discrimination groups, released audio recordings of some …

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The drinking water advisory is undefined on the French island

LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (AP) – State environmental regulators are willing to spend more than half a million dollars a year to provide bottled water to nearly 1,200 households on the French island due to concerns about contaminated drinking water. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Health …

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Nord Stream 2 Approval Could Lower European Gas Prices, Russia Says | Gas

Russia’s deputy prime minister said certification of the Nord Stream 2 submarine pipeline, which is awaiting clearance from the German regulator, could curb the spike in European gas prices. Prices have risen sharply in response to a recovery in demand, especially from Asia, with low storage levels. The price of …

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Community voices are vital in the Aerotropolis exhibition –

The final planning package to unlock the potential of the Sydney Western Airfield is one more step towards completion, with proposed changes to the State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) now on display to the public. The changes include significant reductions in the size of the Aérotropolis open space network and …

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The French government awards the distinctions Chevalier in the National Order of the Legion of Honor and Chevalier in the Order of Agricultural Merit to Mr. Peter Borer

HONG KONG, Oct. 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited (HSH) is delighted to announce that the French government has awarded the distinction of Chevalier in the National Order of the Legion of Honor and Chevalier in the Order of Agricultural Merit on MSM Deputy …

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France: Degrading treatment of migrants around Calais

(Paris) – French authorities routinely subject adults and children living in migrant camps around Calais to degrading treatment, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Five years after the demolition by the French authorities of the vast migrant camp in Calais, often called the “Jungle”, more than 1,000 …

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New California law aims to facilitate transfers from community colleges to UC, Cal State

California hopes to facilitate the transfer of community college students to state public universities under a bill signed by Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday that streamlines a process that students have described as a maze and obstacle to transfer. By making it easier to access University of California and California …

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Angelina Jolie sells stake in French winery amid fight with Brad Pitt over Miraval

Actress Angelina Jolie has sold her stake in a French chateau and winery to a third party, the latest twist in a multi-year battle with ex-husband Brad Pitt over the future of assets. The couple bought the Chateau Miraval estate in the south of France in 2008, and they married …

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