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'19Jan
28

Stress, anger and fear - the feelings of EU residents living in Wales

Anger, sadness, doubt. These are some of the feelings European residents living in Wales are experiencing as the Settled Status scheme opened last week.EU citizens will have to apply for a scheme to continue living...
'19Jan
28

How your philosophy degree can lead to a career in data science

Whoever said that arts degrees were useless in today’s data-driven economy weren’t seeing the big picture. Or perhaps the problem is that they were never introduced to John Hearty, data science manager at NuData...
'19Jan
28

Jordan won’t control al-Tanf base after US withdraws from Syria: FM

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Russia’s Sputnik news agency, Safadi said that al-Tanf base lies outside the Jordanian territory, dismissing speculations that the facility would be handed over to Jordan....
'19Jan
28

Citizens are fed up with industrial agriculture

Europe’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) was a big issue at this year’s Green Week in Berlin. With all the billions of euros available, the agro-ecological transition is more than possible, especially if subsidies...
'19Jan
28

Tuku tributes continue to pour in

Maxwell Sibanda  •  28 January 2019 1:53PM  •  0 commentsHARARE - Tributes for the late music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi who passed away on Wednesday continue to pour in and the Daily News brings you some from...
'19Jan
28

Riot control guns: What's all the fuss about Flash Balls in France?

French police are equipped with so-called defence ball launchers that are used in riot-control operations.     Often called Flash Balls after the name of one producer of such weapons, they are designed to not...
'19Jan
28

Back to the Future: Vietnam Now and Then

Armed Conflicts, Asia-Pacific, Crime & Justice, Democracy, Economy & Trade, Education, Headlines, Health, Human Rights, Labour, Religion, TerraViva United Nations Opinion By Jan Lundius Reprint | |...
'19Jan
28

69 percent of employees share passwords with colleagues

According to a new study, 69 percent of respondents admit to sharing passwords with others in the workplace, and 51 percent reuse an average of five passwords across their business and personal accounts.The study...
'19Jan
28

‘Hard as hell’: Violence fears grow

A car bomb was exploded in Londonderry earlier this month that was crudely built with gas canisters but the detonator was possibly Semtex, a plastic explosive favoured by the provisional IRA.No one was injured in...
'19Jan
28

Macron in Egypt: Sissi's human rights record seen as worse than under Mubarak

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday human rights in Egypt were perceived as worse now than under former strongman Hosni Mubarak, who was toppled by protests in 2011...

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