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Week In Review - 25 Oct 2020

“People are getting tired of the Coronavirus” is a statement I hear a lot lately.  Perhaps it is so, but what option do we have?  Instead of passive acceptance, I prefer the saying, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”  99 more words

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Europe Feels Squeeze as Tech Competition Heats Up Between U.S. and China

October 2020

BRUSSELS — Lacking a powerful technology sector of its own, the European Union has instead tried to carve out a space in the digital economy as the world’s regulatory superpower, leading the charge on privacy rights and data protection by leveraging its enormous single market against Goliaths like Google and Facebook. 1,292 more words

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Hydrogen fuel could revolutionize airlines. Here’s how that could look by https://ift.tt/3ktf8UH

“Airbus is also looking at the potential emissions from burning hydrogen. Water vapor is one. But there also could be a “trace amount” of atmosphere-warming nitrous oxide, Simpson said, though it would be “extremely small” compared with the amount from conventional jet fuel propulsion.” 7 more words

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Article 370 - Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu Kashmir, the crown of India, the land of apples and scenic beauty , the land of diverse cultures, the land of saffron and the land of religious places. 2,114 more words

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ENDSARS PROTEST: IPC CONDEMNS POLICE BRUTALITY ON PHOTOJOURNALIST

By Southernvoicenews,

The International Press Centre, IPC, Lagos-Nigeria, condemns the police brutality on Akpokona Omafuaire a reporter/photojournalist with Vanguard Newspaper, Friday, October 23, 2020, on his way to an official assignment during the 48hours curfew imposed by the Delta State Governor. 129 more words

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Frank Asiedu Bekoe Donates Motor Bikes To Suhum Constituency

Mr Frank Asiedu Bekoe, Director of Political affairs at the Office of the Chief of Staff at the Presidency, on Sunday 25th October supported NPP, Suhum constituency with 10 brand new motor bikes. 199 more words

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Bring Back Witchcraftism and Sangomaism Science in African Education

One important area in which Africans were secretly trained was on witchcraft. In African societies, witchcraft did exist and was passed on from generation to generation by those who practiced and had knowledge in it. 601 more words

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