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Canadian Coronavirus Throne Speech: Trudeau pledges to create 1 million jobs and invest in childcare

The highly anticipated “Speech on the Throne” outlines the outline of Trudeau’s “Better Rebuild” agenda, a centuries-old ceremony to reopen Parliament. The speech was written by Trudeau and his assistants, but delivered by Julie Payette, Queen Elizabeth’s representative governor of Canada. Trudeau has been on the defensive during a moral debate in the summer, which put pressure on his approval …

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Australian rescuers rescued 70 stranded whales after 380 people died

After successfully returning 70 whales to the ocean, Australian rescuers hope to save 20 pilot whales stranded on the coast of Tasmania on Thursday. “We believe that most of these animals have escaped,” Kris Carlyon, a wildlife biologist with the Australian Marine Conservation Program, said at a press conference on Thursday. Tasmania’s largest stranding event was the discovery of 470 …

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Large number of elephant deaths in Boswana are caused by toxic algae

Since May, hundreds of elephants near the Okavango Delta in Botswana have died suddenly and inexplicably. Mark Hiley, the co-founder of the conservation organization National Park Rescue, told Business Insider in July: “Conservationists on the ground report that dead elephants are walking in groups. Others are dying in their faces. This is a terrible scene.” The researchers considered many possible …

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NHS launched the COVID-19 app, now England and Wales support exposure notice

The British government today launched its NHS COVID-19 app in the App Store. The app supports the privacy-protecting Apple/Google Exposure Notifications API and helps track contacts across the country. iPhone users can immediately enter the App Store and download the app for free; your device must be running iOS 13.5 or later. The corresponding application will also be available in …

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Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed (Abiy Ahmed) fights for peace one year after winning the Nobel Prize

Abiy Ahmed Photographer: Mulugeta Ayene/Associated Press Photo Photographer: Mulugeta Ayene/Associated Press Photo After a famous musician in Ethiopia was killed, about 100 young people landed in an English cottage in the Rift Valley town of Batu, burning 16 rooms and forcing their guests to flee. Nearly three months later, the tourist getaways about 160 kilometers (100 miles) south of the …

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After King Salman spoke at the United Nations, Iran hit back against “Saudi” Iran

In response to King Salman’s fierce remarks at the United Nations, Iranian officials referred to Saudi Arabia as the main sponsor of “terrorism” in the region. Iran attacked Saudi Arabia’s “delusion” when Saudi Arabia’s rulers responded in a degrading speech at the UN World Leaders’ Annual Meeting. In a videotaped statement on Wednesday, King Salman bin Abdulaziz called on the …

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Destination invites remote workers

(CNN)— Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, working from home has become the new normal for many of us. Although some people struggle to adapt to this new work model, others gradually realize that their job requirements can be done anywhere and begin to explore their options. As a result, many foreign destinations, whose tourism income has almost disappeared in the …

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After Australia complains, Uluru climbing photos will be removed from Google

Google Maps currently hosts several images uploaded by users, uploaded from the top of the site, taken before the ban took effect, and a street view path recorded by a climber in 2018. But the Australian Parks Service, which is responsible for Australia’s natural resources, has asked the tech giant to record the photos uploaded by users after a complaint …

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The future of Airbnb-New York Times

Prior to its release, the company shared the new tool with a short-term rental office in San Francisco. “They have a very positive attitude towards this and hope that this will definitely improve their ability to get bad actors off the platform,” said the city’s mayor Jeffrey Cretan. Airbnb may not lose a lot of listing information because of these …

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