March against Uganda oil pipeline in Paris

Environmental activists, religious figures, and believers protested Tuesday in Paris against the mega oil projects of the French group TotalEnergies in Uganda and Tanzania, a first action led by the movements Extinction Rebellion Spiritualities and GreenFaith. “Deliver us from Total”, “Warm hearts, not pipelines”: they were about thirty gathered in front of a TotalEnergies gas

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Texas Company Wins $57 Million From NASA to Develop Lunar Construction Tech

An illustration of the construction of a lunar outpost with astronauts on the surface of the Moon.Illustration: ICONTexas-based ICON has been assigned the pivotal task of developing the means for NASA to build critical infrastructure on the Moon to further its Artemis ambitions. NASA awarded ICON a hefty $57.2 million contract to research and develop construction

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Al Mair, Canadian Music Industry Pioneer and Attic Records Co-Founder, Dies at 82

Alexander “Al” Mair, Canadian music industry pioneer, one-time manager of Gordon Lightfoot and co-founder of successful indie label Attic Records, died Nov. 25 at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital of cancer. He was 82.  Former publicist and indie promoter Richard Flohil broke the news about his long-time friend’s passing on Friday, posting on Facebook that Mair “was

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Cops Don’t Believe 15-Year-Old Girl Was Complicit in ‘Catfish’ Triple-Murder

‘Catfish’ Triple-Murder Cops Don’t Believe 15-Year-Old Was Complicit in Family’s Killing 11/29/2022 11:45 AM PT Cops investigating the murder of a 15-year-old girl’s grandparents and mother don’t believe the teen was complicit in their killings in a stunning catfishing case … and are urging other possible victims of the man responsible to come forward. Riverside

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Kendrick Lamar Talks Short Film ‘We Cry Together’ & Hopes for Best Live Action Short Nomination at 2023 Oscars

The rapper was previously nominated for best original song for “All the Stars” at the 2019 Academy Awards. Kendrick Lamar in “We Cry Together” Courtesy Photo He’s already a 14-time Grammy Award winner, and now Kendrick Lamar is hoping to extend his good fortune to the Oscars. Leading up to the 2023 Academy Awards —

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Anti-government, anti-authority sentiment a growing challenge for Winnipeg police: report

Anti-government and anti-authority sentiment poses a growing challenge for police, according to a new report about the background conditions facing the Winnipeg Police Service.The Environment for Policing report, published Monday by the Winnipeg Police Board, says police are contending with the result of reduced trust in institutions.This has manifested itself in disparate ways, such as calls to reduce funding

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Marla Solís On Honoring Her Father, Releasing New Music, Collaborating With Family & More | 2022 Latin GRAMMYs

Most Popular King Charles Is Ensuring the Line of Succession With Princess Charlotte’s New Title That Subtly Honors Queen Elizabeth II Helena Bonham Carter Rails Against Cancel Culture, Defends J.K. Rowling and “Vindicated” Johnny Depp Iggy Azalea Sells Masters And Publishing In 8-Figure Deal New Artifacts from the ‘Three Star Mound’ Civilization Discovered in China

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Ana Torroja On Her Tribute To Marco Antonio Solís, Fighting For Equality In The Music Industry, What’s Next For Her & More | 2022 Latin GRAMMYs

Most Popular King Charles Is Ensuring the Line of Succession With Princess Charlotte’s New Title That Subtly Honors Queen Elizabeth II Helena Bonham Carter Rails Against Cancel Culture, Defends J.K. Rowling and “Vindicated” Johnny Depp Iggy Azalea Sells Masters And Publishing In 8-Figure Deal New Artifacts from the ‘Three Star Mound’ Civilization Discovered in China

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Chart Rewind: In 1992, Whitney Houston Had a Blockbuster No. 1 With ‘I Will Always Love You’

The pop/R&B superstar retooled a country classic originally sung by Dolly Parton into her signature song — and a modern standard. Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard  Warner Bros/Regency/Canal +/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock “REGARDLESS OF WHICH RECORD IS No. 1 next week, in two weeks, it will face off with ‘I Will Always Love You’ by Whitney Houston,” wrote then-Billboard

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Edén Muñoz Talks The Marco Antonio Solís Track That Has Impacted Him The Most, His New Solo Album, His Newfound Creative Freedom & More | 2022 Latin GRAMMYs

Most Popular King Charles Is Ensuring the Line of Succession With Princess Charlotte’s New Title That Subtly Honors Queen Elizabeth II Helena Bonham Carter Rails Against Cancel Culture, Defends J.K. Rowling and “Vindicated” Johnny Depp Iggy Azalea Sells Masters And Publishing In 8-Figure Deal New Artifacts from the ‘Three Star Mound’ Civilization Discovered in China

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Nigeria: Abuja-Kaduna Train

Minister of Transportation, Mu’azu Jaji Sambo, weekend, expressed 90 per cent readiness over the commencement of the Abuja-Kaduna train services. The Minister spoke to journalists at the Rigasa train Terminal, in Kaduna shortly after a brief inspection of the Abuja, Idu train station and the Rigasa, Kaduna Terminal respectively. This was as he backtracked on

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Canada terms India as ‘critical partner’ under its new Indo-Pacific Strategy

Canada has termed India a “critical partner” under its Indo-Pacific strategy that was released on Sunday. It is for the first time ever the north American country has released such a policy for the Indo-Pacific region that continues to drive the global economy. The policy document said that “India’s strategic importance and leadership—both across the

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‘Pitch Perfect: Bumper In Berlin’ Cast On Marvel Inspiration, Bumper’s Return & More | Billboard News

Most Popular Ivanka Trump’s Latest Legal Maneuver May Be a Sign That She’s Trying to ‘Distance Herself’ From Her Father’s Legacy Helena Bonham Carter Rails Against Cancel Culture, Defends J.K. Rowling and “Vindicated” Johnny Depp Iggy Azalea Sells Masters And Publishing In 8-Figure Deal New Artifacts from the ‘Three Star Mound’ Civilization Discovered in China

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Carla Morrison On Her Latin GRAMMY Nomination, Writing A Personal Album, Healing Through Music, Working On A Movie Soundtrack & More | 2022 Latin GRAMMYs

Most Popular Ivanka Trump’s Latest Legal Maneuver May Be a Sign That She’s Trying to ‘Distance Herself’ From Her Father’s Legacy Helena Bonham Carter Rails Against Cancel Culture, Defends J.K. Rowling and “Vindicated” Johnny Depp Iggy Azalea Sells Masters And Publishing In 8-Figure Deal New Artifacts from the ‘Three Star Mound’ Civilization Discovered in China

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NIGHT OF TERROR

All through the tense drive that dark night, she thought that she and her two daughters would be killed and dumped by the three gunmen who had kidnapped them after church. But while the women were not murdered, what the criminals did to them was akin to death, if not worse. “I was coming from

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Nigeria: Nigeria Offers Artisanal Miners Up to N100 Million 20-Year Loan

The government encourages artisanal miners to form cooperatives to ease access of government financing and provision of equipment. The Ministry of Mines and Steel Development has urged artisanal miners to expand their frontiers by registering with cooperative societies. This according to the Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Olamilekun Adegbite, will enable them to access

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Nigeria: Media Groups Strategise On Implementation of Self-Regulation Platform for Journalists

The proposed Ombudsman system will also help to stave off government’s stifling regulatory moves and attack on free press. Major media organisations in Nigeria have mapped out a strategy on how to implement a self-regulatory mechanism to check ethical and professional breaches by journalists. The proposed Ombudsman system will also help to stave off government’s

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IRCC to implement internal changes based on the Gender Based Analysis Plus audit

Published on November 26th, 2022 at 08:00am EST CIC News has obtained an internal memorandum from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) containing recommendations based on the most recent Gender Based Analysis Plus (GBA) audit, released by the Office of the Auditor General (OAG). The audit determines if government departments are using GBA when implementing

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Arthur Hanlon Returns With ‘Piano y Mujer II,’ Featuring Ivy Queen, Ha*Ash, Catalina García, Debi Nova & Lupita Infante

Arthur Hanlon does it again. After thrilling audiences with his 2021 HBO Max special Piano y Mujer, the “gringo with a Latin soul” returns in time for the holidays with Piano y Mujer II, along with a diverse group of Latin female stars that includes reggaetón queen Ivy Queen and Mexican sibling duo Ha*Ash. Explore

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Nigeria: Nigerian Govt Trains 3,700 Teachers Ahead of History Reintroduction in Schools’ Curriculum

Stakeholders have intensified calls for the government to re-introduce the subject into the nation’s education curriculum since its removal in the 2009/2010 academic session. The Nigerian government has commenced training of 3,700 teachers of History as part of a process to reintroduce the subject into basic education curriculum in the country. History as a subject

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Netanyahu: New Government Will ‘Preserve Israeli Democracy and Israel’

Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s presumed prime minister-to-be, pledged on Monday to preserve democracy and to reach a “broad” consensus on legislation as he forms a coalition government composed of four factions.Netanyahu, the leader of the Likud political party, is expected to build a 64-seat governing coalition with members of three other parties: the ultra-Orthodox Shas, the

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Geoff Wonfor, Director of Beatles ‘Anthology,’ Dies at 73

Released in the mid-1990s, “The Beatles Anthology” was an authorized, multimedia project. Geoff Wonfor, a Grammy-winning British filmmaker who directed the Beatles’ acclaimed “Anthology” documentary series and worked on the 1980s music program “The Tube” as well as several projects with Paul McCartney, has died at age 73. Explore See latest videos, charts and news

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After ‘Embracing the Darkness’ & Confronting K-Pop Concerns, VERIVERY See Breakout Hit ‘Tap Tap’ as ‘A Fresh Start’

While making your debut into the K-pop industry is a battle in and of itself, carving your place in it is another conversation entirely that VERIVERY found required a series of experimenting and ultimately confronting harsh realities about themselves and their futures. Explore Explore See latest videos, charts and news See latest videos, charts and

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South Africa: Tension Over Electricity Between Families in Shacks and Government Housing in Kariega

Wires swing like washing lines from the bungalows to the shacks Elderly people and people with disabilities living in bungalows in Gunguluza in Kariega say they are battling with illegal electricity connections from the neighbouring informal settlement. They say they are too scared to prevent the connections. The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is currently installing

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‘Gap’ in App Store Rules Endanger Reproductive Data, Top Law Enforcement Chiefs Say

View of the Apple Store on Rosenstrasse in Munich.Photo: Frank Hoermann/Sven Simon (AP)Attorneys general in nine states and the District of Columbia are urging Apple this week to introduce new App Store requirements designed to safeguard sensitive health data linked to reproductive care.In a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the dozen chief law enforcement

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Luv FM’s Emmanuel Bright Quaicoe selected for MFWA Climate Change Journalism Fellowship

Luv FM’s journalist, Emmanuel Bright Quaicoe is the only Ghanaian among ten journalists selected for the 2022 Climate Change Journalism (CCJF) of the Media Foundation For West Africa (MFWA).The maiden edition of the Fellowship received over 400 applications from 11 West African countries, of which five males and five females were selected through a highly

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NFL’s Jamal Anderson Confident H.S. QB Will Get Another Scholarship Despite N-Word Use

Ex-NFL Star Jamal Anderson N-Word Use Won’t End H.S. QB’s Career … Confident He’ll Get Another Scholarship 11/23/2022 12:15 AM PT TMZSports.com A top H.S. quarterback recruit’s use of the n-word will not spell the end of his football career … so says ex-NFL star Jamal Anderson, who tells this publication Sports he’s confident the teen

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Africa: How Can AfCFTA Grow Africa’s Manufacturing and the Resultant U.S.$560 Billion in Exports Earnings?

By Simon W. Nderitu With the right policies and support, manufacturing can single-handedly transform the continent’s outlook in the shortest possible time. The promises brought about by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) are immensely appetizing and very appealing. It’s not surprising, therefore, that most African countries quickly accented to the agreement within the

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Ghana: Ghana Digitised Its Address System

analysis By Louis Kusi Frimpong, Matthew Abunyewah, Seth Asare Okyere and Stephen Kofi Diko Smart urbanism is about using digital technologies to address urban problems. Across the continent, digital technologies and smart initiatives have been applied in myriad ways, including crime control, urban planning and traffic management. It hasn’t always worked, however. Sometimes these initiatives

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Elon Musk Tweets Defense of Cop Who Killed Unarmed Black Man in Ferguson, Missouri

Police force protestors from the business district into nearby neighborhoods on August 11, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri following the killing of Michael Brown at the hands of police.Photo: Scott Olson (Getty Images)Elon Musk tweeted a defense of the police officer who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown—an unarmed Black man in Ferguson, Missouri back in 2014—early Wednesday

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Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Bieber Ring in the Model’s 26th Birthday In Tokyo

“Obsessed with everything about you,” Justin wrote on social media.  Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber attend The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City. Dimitrios Kambouris/GI for The Met Museum/Vogue Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey Baldwin Bieber are living

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South Africa: Police Could Do Far More to Make South Africa Safer

The South African Police Service must be strengthened, as should partnerships with others performing local safety functions. Rising levels of murder and robbery, gender-based violence, embedded organised crime and police corruption characterise South Africa’s crime crisis. Can the country’s system of policing and safety be fixed? And if so, how? Our continuing reference point for

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Africa: Scientists Uncovered the Structure of the Key Protein for a Future Hepatitis C Vaccine

The hepatitis C virus, or HCV, causes a chronic liver infection that can lead to permanent liver scarring and, in dire cases, cancer. It affects around 71 million people worldwide and causes approximately 400,000 deaths each year. While treatments are available for HCV-related infections, they are expensive, hard to access and do not protect against

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Britain’s King Charles III hosts South Africa president for first state visit of his reign

Britain’s King Charles III on Tuesday welcomed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to London for the first state visit of his reign. After the two men inspected the guard of honour together, they travelled to Buckingham Palace in a carriage procession escorted by mounted soldiers from the Household Cavalry. Climate change, trade, and the Commonwealth

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Africa: COP27

Sharm El Sheikh — After a tense impasse and many hours of negotiations, almost 200 countries struck a deal to set up a loss and damage fund to assist nations worst hit by climate change – a demand considered not-negotiable by the developing countries. COP27 was extended by a day after negotiators couldn’t agree on

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How MLB’s new rules —

7:00 AM ETAlden GonzalezCloseESPN Staff WriterESPN baseball reporter. Covered the L.A. Rams for ESPN from 2016 to 2018 and the L.A. Angels for MLB.com from 2012 to 2016.Jesse RogersCloseESPN Staff WriterJesse joined ESPN Chicago in September 2009 and covers MLB for ESPN.com.Major League Baseball will look appreciably different in 2023, when pitch clocks are implemented

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UN: Ukraine Barely Escaped Disaster After Russian Shelling Of Nuclear Plant

The IAEA said that “powerful explosions” rocked Europe’s largest nuclear power plant over the weekend. The watchdog said Ukraine barely escaped disaster after the shelling of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant. IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said, “We were fortunate a potentially serious nuclear incident did not happen,” he said, describing the situation as a “close call.”

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See an Exclusive Clip From Good Night Oppy, a New Doc About the Mars Rover That Defied the Odds

An artist’s conception of the Opportunity rover on Mars.Illustration: Courtesy of Prime VideoOften, the public only turns its gaze to space missions during the spectacular moments: launches and landings, mostly. But Mars rovers maintain a special place in our hearts, as they toil millions of miles from home, sending us updates and images over the

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