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Effective Brief Writing Despite High Volume Practice: Ten Misconceptions that Result in Bad Briefs, by Sarah E. Ricks, Rutgers School of Law – Camden, and Jane L. 124 more words

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Attends Incontinence Care Breathable Briefs for Adults, Medium, 24 Count (Pack of 4)

Breathable side panels allows air flow for drier healthier skin. Now available in a cloth-like outer covering that is soft, gentle and quiet. Best in Class acquisition and dryness and new Comfort-Flex Tabs are soft, flexible and refastenable anywhere on the brief.
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What Do You Expect?

Bernie Sanders called for a political revolution: Healthcare as a right for all; breaking up the banks; ending corporate welfare; a rewriting of the tax code; a totally new approach towards trade; a $15 minimum wage; tuition free public higher-education; an overturning of Citizens United; a renewing of the Voting Rights Act; a ban on fracking; a (slightly) more humane approach as it concerns Israel-Palestine, and the radical-only-relative-to-a-neoliberal-status-quo list of proposals goes on. 521 more words


As DR Congo polls approach, UN rights chief warns of threats to free speech, public assembly

Concluding a four-day mission to Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, today commended the country’s efforts to strengthen human rights but cautioned that some of these advances may be under threat, especially what he saw as repression against opposition parties in the coming elections. 686 more words


UN officials alarmed by closure of access route in eastern Aleppo; call for ‘humanitarian truce’

The United Nations humanitarian chief today expressed grave alarm over developments in the eastern part of Aleppo city in Syria, where civilian, humanitarian and commercial movements have been effectively cut off following the closure of the last remaining access route in and out of the area. 560 more words


Selecting the next UN Secretary-General: Security Council holds first round of secret poll on candidates

Following its first-ever private discussions with the candidates vying for selection as the next United Nations Secretary-General, the UN Security Council today conducted the first round of informal polls on those seeking the world’s top diplomatic post. 843 more words


Syria: After week of ‘horrific’ incidents, UNICEF calls for end to all violence against children

In a week marked by the brutal on-camera murder of a 12-year-old boy in Aleppo and the killing of more than 20 children killed during air strikes in Manbij, the United Nations Children’s Fund ( 336 more words