Series A Funding Round Lays Foundation for International Growth of Digital Cancer Therapies Mika

New investors with a proven track record in digital oncology are backing German digital therapy (DTx) company Fosanis to expand patient access to Mika, an app-based DTx platform that enables people affected by cancer. BERLIN, LAUSANNE, Switzerland, BARCELONA, Spain and MUNICH, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Berlin-based digital health company …

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How to store our syrup

Dan Weeks works on climate solutions at ReVision Energy, an employee-owned Benefit Corporation. He lives in Nashua with his wife and children. Before my children even remembered it, our family engaged in a certain springtime ritual as authentic as New Hampshire, and older still. Sometime after Valentine’s Day, as the …

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Alcaraz beats Djokovic in thriller to reach Madrid final

MADRID, Spain, May 7 – Carlos Alcaraz became the first player to beat Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the same tournament on clay as he stormed into the Madrid Open final on Saturday. The 19-year-old Spaniard reached his second ATP Masters final in five weeks and picked up his …

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Where to visit in Madeira, Portugal

Twenty-something chef João Pedro Ferreira, who enjoys spearfishing in his spare time, dives for limpets and sea snails for his menu at the newly opened Peixaria, just next to the Victorian Food Market. “You have to leave Madeira to clearly see the island again,” he says, bringing a plate of …

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COVID-19 vaccine requirements: Canadian travel information

As travel opens up, you should double-check that you will be able to visit. Canada lifted its non-essential travel advisory in March and the coronavirus testing requirement before entry in April – but vaccine requirements remain in place. Travelers must receive a full course (two doses) of a vaccine approved …

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Population of endangered Hawaiian monk seals highest in 2 decades

HONOLULU— The population of endangered Hawaiian monk seals has surpassed a level not seen in more than two decades, according to federal officials. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials said this week that the seal population has grown steadily over the past two years. Officials estimated that the population increased …

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Ukraine claims successes in the south and Donbass

Ukrainian forces have reclaimed territory in the south while repelling Russian attacks in the hotly contested Donbass, the Ukrainian military said on Thursday. “Due to the successful actions of the Ukrainian defenders, the Russian enemy has lost control of several settlements on the border of the Mykolaiv and Kherson regions,” …

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UK holidaymakers warned as snakes wake up for summer

British holidaymakers considering a trip to Spain have been urged to be on red alert as the country’s snakes swarm for the season. Mallorca, one of the most popular destinations with Brits, will see snakes become more common between May and July as snakes search for the perfect nesting spot. …

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Seychelles and New Zealand discuss drug trafficking and border security

Michael Upton was accredited as New Zealand High Commissioner to Seychelles on Tuesday. (Nation of Seychelles) Photo license Border security and tackling the flow of illegal substances were at the forefront of discussions, the newly accredited high commissioner for New Zealand said on Tuesday. Speaking to the press after his …

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Ahipara’s Renovated Korora Park Is Expected To Attract People From All Over

Ahipara’s upgraded Korora Park now features a new made-in-France whale playground and the second of its kind in the world. Photo / Myjanne Jensen Residents of Ahipara were excited to finally test out their new community facility this weekend, with the upgraded Korora Park officially opening on Saturday. The new …

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Leeds, United Kingdom 2020

Leeds sprawls on both sides of the River Aire in West Yorkshire, northern England, with a rich history dating back to the days of Roman occupation. Many believe the town’s name comes from an ancient Brythonic term, the language used by the Welsh, Cornish and Bretons. The term “Ladenses” refers …

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Champions League matches: Liverpool and Man City defend the lead

Placeholder while loading article actions The Champions League is heading for a third all-English final in four seasons unless the Spanish rivals can reverse the first leg defeats. Here’s a look at the second legs of the semi-finals taking place this week: VILLARREAL-LIVERPOOL (0-2) Villarreal exceeded expectations to reach the …

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Do Boulder winds change with climate?

Image by Zhang Fengsheng via Unsplash Saturday, April 30, 2022 Mike Calderazzo was never afraid of grass fires. Tremendous fires were occurring in wooded areas, with thick trees and thick undergrowth to feed them with hot, strong, unstoppable forces. Grass fires were burning rapidly, feasting on thin strips of dried …

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Astronomers travel to La Palma in Spain

SINGAPORE, April 29, 2022: Did you know that the Canary Island of La Palma is one of the best places on the planet for stargazing? The island known as “Bonito Island” (Pretty Island) is the first Starlight reserve in the world, and thanks to this, it is protected in order …

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The amount of Texas in extreme drought conditions is the highest in a decade

Although parts of Texas received rainfall earlier in the month, that wasn’t enough to allay concerns about a prolonged, nearly statewide drought. More than half of Texas was in a high drought phase as of April 19, and conditions have not improved since. That’s despite recent rainfall, according to the …

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In Africa, Morocco ranks 2nd most visited country

Published on: Wednesday April 27, 2022 In Morocco each year, the average number of visitors of 12 million makes the country the second most visited country on the African continent. This North African country is the second after Egypt. According to a report by the African exhibitor, Egypt welcomes an …

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Right whale advocates question energy industry donations – Boston News, Weather, Sports

A group opposed to wind projects off the coast of Massachusetts released a report on Tuesday that documents wind energy developers’ contributions to environmental groups in the state, the donations that the report’s authors say cast questions on the ability of groups to analyze the impacts of wind projects. have …

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European banks are about to face a new kind of interest rate risk

Placeholder while loading article actions More than a decade has passed since the last interest rate hike in the euro zone, but this year will most likely see one again. Banks, lost in a wasteland of ever-lower interest income, are desperate for the small rewards that a few hikes will …

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The significant impact of the ozone layer on global warming is a lesser known fact

A lesser-known type of ozone may play an important role in warming the Southern Ocean, one of Earth’s main cooling systems, according to a new study. Fluctuations in ozone levels in the upper and lower atmospheres were responsible for about a third of the observed warming in ocean waters adjacent …

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Madrid is the European capital of glamor

Just across from the Prado, the Mandarin Oriental Ritz opened its doors last year after a three-year transformation of the original Ritz. The project was to restore the glass dome of the Palm Court, which had not been seen for 80 years. Then, in October, a little north of the …

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The 5 most affordable summer destinations in Europe for 2022

Share the article Last update 1 hour ago The British Post has published its annual report Global Vacation Cost Barometerwhich lists popular destinations offering the best value for money in 2022. By calculating the daily costs of eight items that tourists are most likely to buy, they identified the Top …

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A Colorado county’s response to rising temperatures

Colorado has warmed 2.2°F over the past century, and in the same time frame San Miguel County has warmed 3.3°F. DENVER — Segments of Colorado light up on a map that tracks rising temperatures. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) map indicates that San Miguel County, in the southwestern …

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Britain will reopen its embassy in kyiv, announces Boris Johnson | Ukraine

Britain will reopen its embassy in kyiv, Boris Johnson has announced, more than two months after moving it out of the Ukrainian capital before the Russian invasion. Since the embassy closed in February, the UK has maintained a diplomatic presence in Ukraine, but has not provided in-person consular assistance. The …

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A prime-time special on weather and climate extremes airs on WBAL-TV 11

WBAL-TV 11 will air a primetime special on weather and climate extremes Special broadcast at 7 p.m. on Saturday April 23 Updated: 10:52 a.m. EDT April 21, 2022 Can tree rings help us predict drought conditions and other weather hazards? How are ski resorts coping with increasingly unpredictable snow patterns, …

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Dominican Republic approves codeshare between Iberia and Qatar Airways

On Thursday morning (21), the President of the Civil Aviation Council of the Dominican Republic announced that the body had approved code-sharing operations between Iberia and Qatar Airways, which will allow Qatar to operate the flights of correspondence from Doha to Santo Domingo via Madrid (Iberia) between March and October …

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its list of travel advisories; the majority of Europe is now considered a “high” risk area

On Monday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention presented a new approach to assessing travel risk. CDC head office Many European countries, as well as other high-profile places around the world, are now considered to be at “high” risk for Covid-19.The new methodology classifies travel locations into the …

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Science News Briefs from around the world: May 2022

Credit: NASA Advertisement ARGENTINA As the ice fields of the Patagonian Andes shrink, the tectonic plates below simultaneously push upwards. The researchers found that heavy glaciers weigh down the floating sections of the mantle; when the ice melts, the ground below rises rapidly. ICELAND The ‘Blue Blob’, a mysterious sheet …

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Live Updates | Putin: Western sanctions ‘blitz’ failed

Placeholder while loading article actions MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the barrage of Western sanctions against Russia has failed. Putin said on Monday that the West “expects a rapid upheaval in the economic and financial situation, causing panic in the markets, the collapse of the banking system …

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Endangered North Atlantic right whales take a stand on Cape Cod

Provincetown (United States) (AFP) – After many hours of scouring Cape Cod Bay and a few false alarms, people aboard the research vessel Shearwater on a bright April day make their first sighting: three North Atlantic right whales, including a rare pair mother-calf. The captain cuts the engines and a …

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The great tourist windfall

The Balearic Islands are entitled to 230 million euros of European Next Generation funds for the “revival of tourism”. Twenty percent of that funding has so far been disbursed, with 30 million having landed in Mallorca. This will help propel the island, as the President of the Council of Mallorca, …

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25 California Wineries Every Wine-lover Should Know

Realm Cellars may be one of the youngest wineries on the list, but its age certainly has no impact on the quality of its wines. Owner Scott Becker saw the brand through bankruptcy, an early iteration as a virtual winery, and now an established spot in Napa’s prestigious Stags Leap …

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IMD predicts normal monsoon rains but says northeast could see less rain

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted on Thursday that this year’s monsoons are likely to be “normal”. The IMD said seasonal southwest monsoon rainfall between June and September will be between 96% and 104% Long Period Average (LPA) – indicating a normal monsoon season, so that quantitatively, the precipitation should …

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Chelsea and Manchester City fans are filmed fighting on the streets of Madrid

Chelsea and Manchester City fans are filmed fighting in the streets of Madrid, with baton-wielding riot police charging after punches and drinks were thrown midway through matches in the Club Champions League in the Spanish capital Chelsea fans were in the Spanish capital to see their team play against Real …

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Chemicals in sunscreens damaging Mediterranean Sea ecosystems

Posidonia Oceanica, or Mediterranean Seagrass, from Naxos, Greece. Credit: Mark Burgess/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY SA 3.0 A recent study found that chemicals in sunscreens can damage vital seagrass ecosystems in the Mediterranean Sea. The Mediterranean seagrass Posidonia oceania has been particularly affected by chemicals, according to the study published in the …

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Chelsea head to Madrid on a high after Saints collapse at home

Neil Johnston, BBC Sport It will take a monumental effort from Chelsea to overturn a 3-1 Champions League deficit against Real Madrid on Tuesday, but at least they will head to the Spanish capital for the second leg of their quarter-final in high spirits. after the demolition of six goals. …

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Major rule change in DAYS for Irish tourists to Spain

THOUSANDS of Irish holidaymakers will be flying to Spain – as the Easter holidays mark the start of the exodus to the summer hotspot. But although Covid-19 restrictions are all but a thing of the past here, travel rules and requirements are still in place elsewhere. 3 Many were left …

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Climate change puts pressure on agricultural water use

In a recent phone conversation, a farmer in southwest Kansas casually noted that he had stopped growing irrigated corn a few years ago because “it was too expensive.” Curious, I asked what it cost to irrigate an acre of corn in his arid corner of the state, feeding cattle and …

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New Zealand sparkles for return of World Rugby Sevens Series

SINGAPORE, April 9 – New Zealand got off to a great start on Saturday in their return to the World Rugby Sevens Series after a two-year absence as they topped their round-robin group with wins against Argentina, Scotland and Wales. New Zealand have won the World Rugby Sevens Series a …

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Summer 2022: Iberojet increases its flights to Mexico and the Caribbean

Ávoris Corporación Empresarial has announced new developments in the destination network of Iberojet, the commercial brand of the group’s airline. According to the company, there will be up to thirty weekly flights from Spain and Portugal to destinations in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific. …

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Editor’s Corner Spring 2022 – Foreign Policy Research Institute

Discover the Spring 2022 issue here We anticipate during this year (2022) that the Biden/Harris administration will enact its National Security Strategy and related documents. These strategic missives signal the administration’s commitments and priorities and are intended to guide the development and acquisition of capabilities and tools with which the …

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Craic, hygge, sobremesa: What is the equivalent in English to explain why you like a destination?

Josh Martin is a Kiwi journalist based in London. OPINION: Traveling in the age of Covid-19 included many never-before-seen experiences – lunch ordered via QR codes, fellow travelers dressed as if they were decommissioning Chernobyl, PVC screens still everywhere and famous tourist sites completely deserted. What was missing was also …

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University of Alabama Selected to Lead Inland Water Research Efforts

In being chosen to lead water resources information efforts in North America, the University of Alabama received the largest external financial award in its 201-year history. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Wednesday named the AU as the recipient of a $360 million grant to form the Cooperative Institute …

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The Minister of Tourism calls for the coast of the Costa del Sol to be declared a disaster area

The Minister of Tourism calls for the coast of the Costa del Sol to be declared a disaster area. picture: ayto de mijas Francisco Salado calls on government to declare Costa del Sol coastline a disaster area after recent storms Francisco Salado, president of Costa del Sol Tourism and Planning, …

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Skyfora updates AI-powered tropical cyclone model and achieves ILS adoption

Skyfora, a Helsinki-based weather intelligence startup that uses artificial intelligence to derive tropical cyclone intensity forecasts, announced an updated model and also noted that it has integrated a related securities market client. insurance (ILS).Skyfora believes its forecasting models can provide a new source of improved insight into the potential impacts …

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US seizes yacht moored in Spain owned by Russian oligarch | Russo-Ukrainian War

The United States claims that Viktor Vekselberg, a billionaire and close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, owns the mega-yacht Tango. The US government has seized a mega-yacht in Spain owned by an oligarch with close ties to the Russian president, the first of the government’s sanctions enforcement initiative to …

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Rain showers arrive Sunday afternoon, then a mix in the evening; wet Tuesday and Wednesday

Many people are not amused to hear about snow in April. There are a few flakes in the forecast, but Monday’s warm temperatures will wipe out the new snow. It is not uncommon to see snow in April: In the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, we see at least some snow …

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The economical way to go on vacation this summer

So while prices have risen in lira, a cup of coffee in the popular south coast destination of Marmaris now costs just 59 pence on average, according to the Post Office’s Holiday Cost Barometer, which compares prices of everyday local items. A three course dinner for two costs on average …

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La Liga’s quest to become your favorite football league

I’m in the La Liga offices in Madrid, sitting a few yards from league president Javier Tebas and he’s clearly happy with the way business is going. He just struck a groundbreaking deal with CVC Capital Partners last December. The British private equity firm has invested $2.3 billion in the …

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Costa del Sol: Spain fears a summer without Russians and asks the British to “come back” | Travel News | Travel

Marbella Town Hall’s general director of tourism, Laura de Arce, explained that although “it’s a bit too early to know how all this is going to affect the tourism industry”, the lack of Russian tourism “has has been felt” in Marbella and the Costa del Sol region of southern Spain …

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We’re counting on US ports — it’s time to protect against climate change

Just over a year after the ship Ever Given blocked the Suez Canal, her sister ship, the Ever Forward, remains stranded in the Chesapeake Bay, once again highlighting the role of shipping in the global supply chain. American ports and waterways are the cornerstone of our national security and prosperity. …

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Risking the dangers of war, some Ukrainian refugees return home – POLITICO

PRZEMYSL, Poland – This Polish town on the Ukrainian border has witnessed a startling phenomenon – thousands of Ukrainian refugees are returning to their homeland, even as Russia continues to wage war there. According to the latest figures from the Polish border police, around 13,000 people returned on Tuesday and …

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Arizona will experience another hot, dry spring as drought persists

Arizona residents hoping for a break this spring from the state’s drought will be disappointed, with climatologists calling for minor to exceptional drought conditions in what is being called the ‘new normal’ for the State. The spring outlook released this month by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted the …

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Indonesia on a budget – Lonely Planet

You will be transformed into an instant millionaire the moment you land in Indonesia. With one million rupees currently equating to around 70 US dollars, a little can go a long way in this country, and if you’re careful, you can get by on less than one million rupees a …

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Why you should pay attention to New Zealand’s rental crisis, even if you’re not renting

OPINION New Zealand has a long history of being slow to deal with the plight of its tenants. The tipping point normally occurs when the population of tenants in a city center increases to exceed the number of homeowners: as it did in the 1920s, 1930s, late 1960s, and early …

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Increase in the number of Britons choosing Portugal as their preferred travel destination

Portugal could welcome a large number of British travelers after being considered one of the favorite destinations for British travelers, according to new data provided by the technology platform Vacaay. According to the survey conducted by Vacaay, after Greece and France, Portugal is the third most popular holiday destination for …

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As drought outlook takes shape, preparations begin for wildfire season in southwestern Colorado – The Journal

Dry and hot weather expected this summer The Durango Fire Protection District and La Plata County Emergency Management Office have begun preparations for wildfire season as drought and wildfire forecasts point to the possibility of another dry summer. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald file) Another dry summer with a significant fire risk …

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Delhi and Kolkata among world’s noisiest cities, according to UN report, UP’s Moradabad ranks second in the world

New delhi: Five Indian cities, including the national capital, have been ranked among the noisiest in the world according to the United Nations Environment Programlast report. According to the recent ‘Annual Border Report 2022‘, from Uttar Pradesh Moradabad came second overall for noise pollutionwhile capitals like Delhi, Kolkata and Jaipur …

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Antarctica’s Conger Ice Shelf has collapsed amid days of record high temperatures, satellite images show

An ice floe the size of Rome has collapsed in Antarctica, which has seen days of record high temperatures, satellite images show. Scientists said “almost all” of what was left of the Conger Ice Shelf turned into an iceberg in the past week. It comes as Antarctica experienced temperatures 40C …

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Responding to Spanish critics is a ‘waste of time’, says Bale

CARDIFF, UK, March 25 – Gareth Bale has said he will hit the ground running for Wales as he dismissed Spain’s criticism of his club’s form as a ‘waste of time’. Bale was at his best scoring twice to take Wales to a World Cup knockout final with a 2-1 …

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How to Explore Seville on a Budget

In Spain, all good things – from coffee to beer – are often affordable, at least by the standards of other major Western European cities. The same is true for Seville; the colorful and sunny city that was a stronghold of Islamic rule in Spain for over 500 years, before …

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Reynolds: Youngkin is trying to roll back climate change progress in Virginia | Columnists

Ed Reynolds Governor Glenn Youngkin’s appointment of Andrew Wheeler to a key cabinet position in Virginia governance should inspire every Virginian to lean forward and take note. Wheeler’s nomination failed, thank goodness! But “determined” fringe Governor Youngkin played the end game and brought “Lightning Rod” Wheeler aboard his administration as …

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IT Outsourcing in Capital Market 2022-2030, by Top Key Players – HCL, IBM, ITC Infotech, Accenture, Hexaware, Cognizant Technology Solution

The recent report on “IT Outsourcing in Capital Market Report 2022 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2030” Offered by Credible markets, includes an in-depth survey of the geographical landscape, industry size as well as the revenue estimation of the company. In addition, the report also …

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Hotel prices in Spain are skyrocketing – but two popular holiday destinations are getting cheaper

HOTEL prices in Spain have risen ahead of the Easter holiday as Britons book trips to the popular destination – but two hotspots are getting cheaper Hotel prices have risen in response to increased demand for holidays in Spain as Britons avoid traveling to Eastern Europe over Easter due to …

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The impact humans have had on biodiversity

The world is going through a “sixth mass extinction” or “Anthropocene extinction”, a biodiversity crisis. The current rate of species extinction is estimated to be 100 to 1,000 times higher than natural extinction rates. No humans have been involved in the previous five mass extinctions. But the sixth mass extinction …

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Pa. Democrat Proposes Study on Four-Day Work Week for State Employees

Progressive Democrat from Philadelphia wants Pennsylvania to study impacts of move 77,000 state employees to a four-day work week. In a statement Monday, state Rep. Chris Rabb said he wanted a cost-benefit analysis of such a schedule to “improve the efficiency of state government,” while providing taxpayers the “level of …

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JOURNEYS WITH CLARK” Barcelona Nou Stadium – Being close to greatness | Lifestyles

Most visitors to Barcelona, ​​Spain are charmed by its distinctive Art Nouveau architecture, Sagrada Familia cathedral, Catalan cuisine, and access to the Mediterranean. But for football fans, there’s only one destination – the Barcelona football stadium known as Camp Nou or New Stadium, a 65-year-old venue that hosts 100,000 fans. …

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Both poles of the planet are experiencing extreme heat and Antarctica is breaking records

The Earth’s poles are experiencing simultaneous extreme heat with parts of Antarctica more than 70 degrees (40 degrees Celsius) warmer than average and areas of the Arctic more than 50 degrees (30 degrees Celsius) warmer than the average. Antarctic weather stations broke records on Friday as the region approached autumn. …

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Cyprus, Turkey and Thailand: The best vacation spots are feeling the fallout from the war between Ukraine and Russia

Russians aren’t the greatest vacation planners, says Mikhail Ilyin, a priest and tour operator in Pattaya, Thailand. While most Europeans book their holidays a year or two in advance, Russian tourists tend to be more spontaneous. This is of course a generalization, but trends like these fuel domestic and international …

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Day 20 of the Russian invasion in Ukraine, in photos | News

While all eyes are on Ukraine, the country itself is reaping the loss of its soldiers with every bombardment that strikes. Millions of people have now fled the country while many still watch their beloved homes being destroyed. Firefighters worked hard to respond to each new bombed building as funeral …

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Holidays in Turkey: Latest test and vaccine rules for Britons in full | Travel News | Travel

Before the coronavirus hit, Turkey attracted an average of 2.29 million British tourists in 2019 alone. Now that many of its Covid entry rules have been scrapped, it looks like holiday-hungry Brits are eager to come back. According to travel fund provider FairFX, spot sales of Turkish liras doubled between …

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How climate change leads to bigger hailstones

A 2019 study by the Amsterdam Institute for Environmental Studies showed that more solar panels mean more hail damage. An EU initiative aims to have one million carbon-free homes by 2023 and solar power is becoming much more common, but researchers noted there is a lack of rules and standards …

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Shaken by war in Ukraine, Germany to buy dozens of American stealth planes » Capital News

Germany plans to buy up to 35 F-35 fighter jets manufactured by the American firm Lockheed Martin as well as 15 Eurofighter planes © AFP/File/JACK GUEZ Berlin (AFP), March 14 – Germany on Monday unveiled plans to buy dozens of American-made F-35 fighter jets, part of a multibillion-euro drive to …

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Rude Food by Vir Sanghvi: Food Capital of the East

As far back as I can remember, Singapore has always wanted to be the food capital of Asia. I wasn’t always convinced but in 2010 I finally conceded the point. But even then I had my doubts. Shouldn’t Tokyo with its many Michelin-starred restaurants have this distinction? How about Bangkok, …

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Tripadvisor Reveals the Best International Destinations for Spring – See the Top 10

Tripadvisor has unveiled its most popular international destinations for spring. More than a third of Britons (38%) are planning a trip abroad according to the travel guidance site and many say they are looking for “rest and relaxation” from their next holiday. Whether you’re planning to hit the sights in …

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2022 Hawaii Triennial highlights local culture in global exposure

But unlearning paradise has precedent in Chiu’s practice, as evidenced by “Paradise Now?: Contemporary Art from the Pacific,” the 2004 exhibition she curated at the Asia Society and Museum in New York. Rethinking Hawai’i beyond the prism of leisure intervenes in what scholar Edward Said has described as the Western …

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Hungary and Poland split over Russian energy – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, thanks to on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today’s edition of Capitals, be sure to take a look at EURACTIV Media Network’s round-up where we take a look at …

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Castellón airport will be connected by Ryanair to Brussels South Charleroi from March 27

The connection with Belgium will have two weekly flights on Thursday and Sunday Castellón airport will be linked to Brussels South Charleroi from 27 March with a new line operated by Ryanair, which will have two weekly frequencies, Thursday and Sunday. This route was not announced by Michael O’Leary during …

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