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17 Jun 19
A Peek behind the Curtain

Whilst Dubai has been on a two decade-long binge to impress the world with the biggest, the loudest and the best, Bahrain feels like a place at ease with itself. On arriving in the island-archipelago, either from Saudi, driving across the causeway, or by air, you immediately get this sense. Compared to its wilder Emirati […]

17 Jun 19
Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds are investment schemes that are professionally managed and are invested in stocks, bonds, securities, money market instruments and commodities. In Mutual Funds, a fund manager pools in money from several investors to purchase securities. An investor can invest in various assets keeping in mind the objective of the investment. The best part about […]

17 Jun 19
CatholicNetwork.US

By No Kids In Cages. June 16, 2019  This is not somewhere else. This is America. Over 3000 children were separated from their parents at the border. They live in cages. Sleep on the floor. They cry out and are not comforted. They’ve spent an average of 154 days away from their parents. They’ve been shuttled around […]

17 Jun 19
Wyoming State Library

Free, online, continuing education events for the week of June 17 from the Wyoming State Library Training Calendar. Descriptions are below. You can subscribe and view the events in your calendar software, or you can find all the events at library.wyo.gov/services/training/calendar. All times MDT Monday, June 17 (12:30-1:30 pm) STEM for Frontline Staff (Idaho Commission for […]

17 Jun 19
Russia News Now

Donate IMAGE: SANA Units of the Syrina Arab Army (SAA) shelled positions of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra) in the town of Arinba in southern Idlib and in the town of Kafr Zita in northern Hama, the country’s state-run news agency SANA reported on June 17. According to SANA’s reporter, the SAA detected and […]

17 Jun 19
© blogfactory

I really cannot begin to fathom how stupid you would have to be to believe that Iran would attack a Japanese oil tanker at the very moment that the Japanese Prime Minister was sitting down to friendly, US-disapproved talks in Tehran on economic cooperation that can help Iran survive the effects of US economic sanctions. […]

17 Jun 19
Andrew Procter

  Project 2 A Durational Space This project seems to be about ways of leaving a trace of movement within the frame as a way of depicting the sense of movement in a still image. The first example the course notes cite of this is Robert Capa’s image of an American soldier wading ashore under […]

17 Jun 19
AyKaiM

Background: Depending on your baseline knowledge of the NHS Structure – you may want to check out either this briefing and animation from NHS FFF Finance 4 Clinicians or watch the King’s Fund animation. As of April 2019, NHS England and NHS Improvement are merging, well kind of. They will be acting as single organisation, […]

17 Jun 19
DEAR CANCER

I’ve hesitated giving everyone an update, but I know many of you are perhaps wondering what’s going on. Here is some GREAT news! Mom left the hospital on May 8th, went into a physical rehabilitation center, left that on May 28th, and has been at home recuperating to the best of her ability. She FINISHED […]

17 Jun 19
Archy news nety

Jason Roy has hit nine centuries in 80 one-day internationals for England England v Afghanistan, ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Venue: Old Trafford Date: Tuesday, 18 June coverage: Live Test Match Special commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra. Text commentary on BBC Sports website, plus desktop, tablets, mobile and app. Opener Jason Roy […]

17 Jun 19
The NEWS

 By Soyombo Opeyemi I have always been fascinated by the British system of government and the cut and thrust of debate in Parliament. I have always believed that the parliamentary system of government remains the best option for Nigeria, being cheap to run in comparison with the American presidential model. Besides, parliamentary democracy of the […]

17 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
THE Taoiseach has held meetings to discuss the upsurge in gang ­violence in his home constituency. Leo Varadkar’s briefing with senior gardai came as officers were called to a public order incident in Ballyfermot in which two people were assaulted. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar Slain pals Sean Little, left, and Jordan Davis were killed in Dublin on May 21 and 22 Varadkar met with the cops as many of the incidents in west Dublin — including shots being fired outside a school — have occurred in his area. And as part of the efforts to crack down on the growing spate of gangland crime, 27 new Garda recruits were dispatched to west and north Dublin last week. They included ten officers being sent to Blanchardstown and others being sent to Finglas, Ballyfermot and Lucan. A Government source added: “The meeting with the Taoiseach was very positive and he was there to show his support for gardai on the frontline. “He has a genuine interest in what’s happening not only in his own constituency but across the capital. “He wanted an update on the current situation and to ensure gardai he will back them. ‘REASSURING’ “The meeting is also reassuring to the community the Taoiseach represents because it shows he’s concerned about the growing levels of violence.” Varadkar attended the meeting after confirming last month he held talks with Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan about the murders of Sean Little and Jordan Davis. The Taoiseach said: “The information we have is these killings are most likely related to drugs and organised crime and are not linked to the other feuds, the Kinahan feud and the Drogheda feud. Gardai now have unprecedented resources, a budget of €1.8billion a year, and we have increased the size of the force to 14,000 — back to where it was before the economic crash.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in News” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Meanwhile, two men in their 20s were injured during a brawl involving dozens of youths at Clifden Drive, Ballyfermot, Dublin, yesterday. It’s believed two individuals sustained knife injuries in the pre-planned incident involving two rival groups. A Garda spokesperson said: “Their injuries are not life threatening.”