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Turkish President Erdogan sues Greek newspaper

Turkish President Erdogan has filed a complaint against the Greek newspaper Dimokratia for a front page published last year. Credit: Turkish Presidency Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lodged a complaint against the Greek newspaper Dimocracy, Where “Democracy”, In Ankara on Wednesday. The daily’s director, two editors and a journalist were …

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Update November 5: Midcoast Adds 61 New COVID-19 Cases

AUGUSTA – The Maine CDC has updated its list of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the state of Maine. The Maine CDC conducts case investigations and contact tracing Monday through Friday. As a result, data on COVID-19 cases will be updated Tuesday through Saturday. Case data will not be …

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Wayne H. Keene | Wiscasset Journal

Wayne Hartung Keene died on October 28, 2021 in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, surrounded by his family. The son of Murray Calhoun Keene and Evelyn Amelia Hartung Keene, he was born in Boothbay Harbor on April 29, 1937. He attended K-12 classes in Boothbay Harbor and won the Mathematics Cup when …

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Banks start deducting loans from chronic debtors’ accounts

The aftermath of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) national convention dominated the cover pages of Nigerian newspapers. Advertising The Punch reports that Nigeria lost 898.93 billion naira to vandalism and theft of pipelines in nine months. The newspaper says banks have started deducting loans from chronic debtors’ accounts. Daily Independent …

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News in brief – Journal – DAWN.COM

Hoffenheim puts an end to the victorious race of Hertha SINSHEIM: Hoffenheim put an end to Hertha Berlin’s short resurgence in the Bundesliga on Friday with a 2-0 victory over the visiting team. First-half goals from Andrej Kramaric and Sebastian Rudy propelled Hoffenheim to seventh ahead of the remainder of …

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Nevada lawmakers prepare to redraw the political maps

By Sam Metz, Associated Press / Report for America Thursday, October 28, 2021 | 2 a.m CARSON CITY – A group of Nevada lawmakers traveling the state to engage the public in the decade-long redistribution process face a series of questions about race, partisanship and rural-urban divisions as they are …

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