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IMMOBEL: CAPITAL PARTNERS ACQUIRES THE LEEDS OFFICE CAMPUS AS THE FIRST ASSET FOR ITS GREEN OFFICE STRATEGY

PRESS RELEASE 08/03/2022 Unregulated information Brussels, March 8, 2022 at 08:00 CET IMMOBEL CAPITAL PARTNERS ACQUIRES LEEDS OFFICE CAMPUS AS A FIRST ASSET FOR ITS GREEN OFFICE STRATEGY Immobel Capital Partners, the investment management activity of the Immobel Group, the largest listed property developer in Belgium, announces the signing of …

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Cartagena, Colombia 2020

Cartagena or Cartagena de Indias, as it is also called, is the capital of the department of Bolívar, in the South American country of Colombia. With a population of approximately 1,079,000, it is the second largest city in the region and the fifth in the country. The whole of Cartagena …

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How much does a Covid test cost worldwide? | Coronavirus

In Australia, a federal system set up at the end of January allows retirees and concession card holders to have free access to up to 10 rapid antigenic tests over three months through their pharmacist. But the program got off to a rocky start, with supply issues hampering attempts to …

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With socialist rule at stake in Portugal election, far-right eyes big wins » Capital News

The prospect of another weak minority government comes as Portugal tries to boost its tourism-dependent economy which has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic © AFP/File / PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA Lisbon (AFP), January 30 – Portugal votes in a close election on Sunday, with no party set to …

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Water cannons and tear gas during protests against COVID-19 in Brussels

Brussels police fired water cannons and tear gas to disperse people protesting COVID-19 vaccinations and restrictions ThroughThe Associated Press January 23, 2022, 3:48 p.m. • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article BRUSSELS – Police fired water cannons and thick clouds of tear gas into Brussels on …

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Spain’s tourism sector hopes to turn the page on a dark 2021 – Expat Guide to Spain

Tourism activity remained subdued in Spain last year, well below pre-pandemic levels, industry experts said on Thursday, predicting a stronger recovery this year once the Omicron wave passes. In total, tourism generated 88.5 billion euros in Spain in 2021, an increase of 36 billion euros compared to the 2020 figure, …

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COVID testing policy put under the microscope as Omicron sweeps the world

Governments scramble to prevent staff shortages from disrupting economies US reports nearly 1 million new infections in one day One in 15 people had COVID-19 in England last week – study France records “supersonic” rise in infections LONDON / JERUSALEM, Jan. 5 (Reuters) – Britain and Israel review their COVID-19 …

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These four metrics are used to track drought and paint a grim picture

Drought has tightened its grip on the western United States, as dry conditions enter their second decade and to stretch a river which supplies 40 million people. Experts agree that things are bad and getting worse. But how exactly do you measure a drought and how do you know where …

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The implications for regional security – benarnews

The stakes at the Glasgow Climate Change Summit could not be higher. Scientists are clear and united in warning that if humanity fails to contain global warming, the impacts will be irreversible and cataclysmic. Southeast Asia is one of the regions of the world most vulnerable to this situation. As …

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TTG – Travel Industry News

No further support on leave, a lifeline for the travel industry, is expected, as there are reports it could increase air passenger rights on long-haul flights. The prospects for Covid in the UK are also being explored in the press, with a recall campaign reaching full speed and modeling suggesting …

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France, Spain call for changes as EU energy prices rise

BRUSSELS (AP) – France and Spain pushed on Monday for changes to the rules governing the European Union’s energy markets as gas and electricity prices rise, pushing up already high utility bills and further tightening the belts of those hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. European governments are scrambling to …

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Madrid to remove most of its restrictions on Monday

Madrid will remove most of its pandemic restrictions on Monday as part of a general easing of lockdown rules in Spain after the country’s coronavirus infection rate fell to its lowest level in more than a year. Restaurants and bars in the Spanish capital region will be allowed to stay …

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Where to see the next solar eclipse

September 2, 2035 This eclipse will affect four countries, with a maximum total duration of 2 minutes 54 seconds. In China, the first city in the shadows is Jiuquan, whose one million inhabitants will benefit from 51 seconds of totality. The 2 million inhabitants of Baotou will attend 49 seconds, …

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NASA satellite photos show severity of California drought

As the West sinks deeper into drought, climate and water experts are increasingly alarmed by California’s severely withered reservoirs. On Monday, Lake Shasta – the state’s largest reservoir – contained just 1.57 million acre-feet of water, according to the US Bureau of Reclamation, or about 35% of its capacity. A …

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Travelers to Spain no longer need a PCR test

From Monday, travelers no longer need a negative PCR test to enter Spain, the Spanish Ministry of Health announced on Friday. A negative antigen test, proof of a full vaccination against Covid-19 or a recovery from a recent coronavirus infection will be enough to travel to Spain. The decision to …

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The fully immune tourist market

With vaccinations underway and more and more people, especially in wealthy countries, gaining immunity to COVID-19, travel is once again on the rich and adventurous list. Taking a plane to enjoy exotic sites or recharge your batteries in pristine surroundings won’t be easy, at least if your destination is anywhere …

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