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Fire ravages historic South African Parliament complex | News, Sports, Jobs

Associated press CAPE TOWN, South Africa – A major fire ravaged South Africa’s 138-year-old Parliament complex on Sunday, devastating offices and causing some ceilings to collapse at a site that has hosted some of the country’s pivotal moments. As firefighters struggled to bring the blaze under control, a dark plume …

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Names to Note: Fundraising Pro Modesto Gets Global Honor

Carole richard will achieve worldwide recognition for his fundraising career in the Modesto area. She will become Distinguished Fellow of the Association of Fundraising Professionals during its international conference May 2-4 in Las Vegas. Three more people will be honored, bringing the total number of Fellows to 20. Richard is …

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San Diego Airport: How the start of the Terminal 1 redevelopment will affect parking

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Construction of the new San Diego International Airport Terminal 1 project will result in relocations starting Monday, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority said on Thursday. Mobile phone parking will be moved to the west parking lot of Terminal 2 on McCain Road, an airport …

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Major topics around the world in 2021: ethylene oxide, impact of COVID-19, global epidemics

– TO ANALYSE – A trio of issues that were on the 2020 news agenda have continued into 2021 and none of them are yet out of sight. The coronavirus, the UK’s exit from the European Union and the ethylene oxide contamination will certainly require coverage as 2022 approaches. 2021 …

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Delta: flight to Shanghai was turned back due to COVID rules

BEIJING (AP) – Delta Air Lines said on Monday that new pandemic-related cleaning requirements at a Shanghai airport were behind the rollback of a recent flight from Seattle in flight, a move that prompted a protest from the Chinese consulate in San Francisco. An emailed statement said the new warrants …

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NASA launches $ 10 billion James Webb space telescope to explore early stars and galaxies

In a mission in preparation for more than two decades, NASA on Saturday launched the most expensive science probe ever built, a $ 10 billion telescope that will attempt to capture starlight from the first galaxies to be born in the Big Bang flaming crucible. Billions over budget and years …

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Vaccine, infection data marks small wins in battle for Omicron

AstraZeneca and Novavax say their shots protect Omicron UK data suggests fewer hospitalizations than Delta’s Do not extrapolate from similar African data -African CDC WHO also called for caution before drawing firm conclusions Biden moves too little, too late for Omicron experts JOHANNESBURG / LONDON, Dec.23 (Reuters) – Two vaccine …

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Austin-Bergstrom International Airport reminds passengers how to properly pack and travel with firearms

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Austin-Bergstrom International Airport showcases best practices for packing and traveling correctly with firearms. The airport recommends that you first check and comply with local, national, and international laws, as well as know the gun laws at your destination. Here’s what to expect if you’re traveling through AUS …

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Do more to resolve Rohingya crisis: UN envoy to Bangladesh | News from the Rohingya

A UN special rapporteur said the international community should establish a better partnership with Bangladesh and cut off Myanmar’s military leadership in handling the Rohingya refugee crisis. “Bangladesh cannot and should not shoulder this responsibility alone,” Tom Andrews, UN special rapporteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar, told a …

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Trump International Hotel in Washington report reveals gaping corruption loopholes

Donald Trump should never have been allowed to retain ownership of his hotel in Washington, DC while he was president. A new report has confirmed that the controls supposedly in place to limit potential corruption have failed completely. Trump exposed these flaws in the system; Congress must act now before …

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