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Covid-19: The wedding industry reacts to the latest restrictions

Image copyright Getty Images People in the wedding industry expressed frustration at the constant threats to their lives. The latest guidelines for England announced on Wednesday will reduce the number of people allowed to attend the wedding from 30 to 15. For those who provide services such as photography and planning, the restrictions are “destructive.” A planner said that her …

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Fauci, the founder of Black Lives Matter, was listed in Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People

Anthony FauciAnthony Fauci Overnight Healthcare: Health Officials Tell the Public to Trust Science | CDC’s Despair Under Trump Influence A New Vaccine Phase 3 Trial Started When Health Officials Tell the Public to Trust Science Fauci during intense exchanges during hearings Scolding Rand Paul moreThe largest infectious disease expert in the United States and the founder of the Black Life …

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What harm will I do if I join politics?

Gupteshwar Pandey resigned from his post as police chief in Bihar. (file) New Delhi: Gupteshwar Pandey resigned from his post as the police chief of Bihar on Wednesday, and by the end of today, his future plans were clearly hinted. Since he put down the documents on Tuesday, there has been a strong buzz saying that the former police chief …

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Eastern Libya forces say they killed the leader of the Islamic State

Libyan capital Benghazi (Reuters)-Eastern Libyan forces said Wednesday that they killed the leader of the North African Islamic State group when they attacked the southern desert city of Sabha earlier this month. Libyan National Army spokesman Ahmed al-Masmari said that Abu Muaz Iraq was one of the nine militants killed in the attack, but it was later confirmed. The Islamic …

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The European Union announces its first plan to regulate cryptocurrencies

Valdis Dombrovskis, Executive Vice President of the European Commission for the Service of the People. BERND VON JUTRCZENKA | AFP | Getty Images The European Commission on Thursday proposed a plan to regulate crypto assets, which will be its first attempt to monitor this emerging technology. The European Union’s executive body has stated that “the future of finance is digital”, …

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Hong Kong’s leading pro-democracy activist Huang Zongze was arrested on suspicion of illegal assembly

Joshua Wong, Hong Kong’s most famous pro-democracy activist, said he was arrested for participating in illegal meetings. A post was posted on his Twitter account on Thursday: “Joshua was arrested when reporting to the Central Police Station at around 1 pm. The arrest was related to attending an unauthorized rally on October 5 last year.” Huang It was also stated …

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Street harassment in France: Strasbourg woman attacked for “wearing a skirt”

Image copyrightAgence France-Presse illustrateThe woman (not shown) stated that she was attacked on a street in Strasbourg for wearing a skirt. A woman from the French police in Strasbourg stated that she launched an investigation after she was attacked in broad daylight for wearing a skirt. The student was only identified as 22-year-old Elisabeth. She said: “Three people who complained …

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Australia plans to dispose of hundreds of stranded whale carcasses

Paulina Duran (Colin Packham) and Paulina Duran (Paulina Duran) SYDNEY (Reuters)-Australian officials on Thursday focused on the grim task of disposing of nearly 400 whale carcasses, and efforts to save the few survivors of one of the world’s worst nooses are expected to be extended by another day. On September 22, 2020, a whale was lying on the beach during …

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With the spread of the coronavirus, Israel has strengthened its holiday lock-in

JERUSALEM-The Israeli government said on Thursday that it is tightening a second nationwide lockdown after the coronavirus infection rate soared to about 7,000 new cases per day (the world’s highest case) this week. This new measure will take effect on Friday and will last at least until the end of the Jewish High Holy Day in mid-October. Most businesses and …

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Discover another “ghost” frog not seen in 80 years in the desert hot springs

Scientists relocated the dwarf Hall’s water frog, named after American researcher and collector Frank Gregory Hall (Frank Gregory Hall), who was in Atacama, Chile in 1935 The species was found in a small hot spring oasis near Ollagüe in the desert. Scientists told Reuters that the discovery prompted people to madly confirm that the so-called ghost species was indeed the …

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