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NJ real estate: COVID pandemic lifting means more homes on the market

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As empty-nesters, Dan and Susan Russo had contemplated selling their 1920s Tudor-style home in Ho-Ho-Kus for more than a year. Seeing the spike in demand for homes this spring, the Russos decided to list their three-bedroom home on the market this month at $999,000.
"With low inventory, I thought it was a good time," said Dan Russo, 56, who works as an attorney. 
Inventories are at all-time lows, but the situation may be changing.
Because of the pandemic, more people were seeking to move to the suburbs for larger space working from home, and that created a demand for homes in North Jersey. It slowed home sales significantly.

Milk Street Greece Every Day (Ep 307)

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Start to finish: 1 hour 30 minutes | Servings: 6
Dried cannellini beans that are soaked before cooking yield a full-flavored soup and creamy, silky-textured beans. To soak the beans, in a large bowl stir together 2 quarts water and 1 tablespoon kosher salt. Add the beans, let soak at room temperature for at least 12 hours or up to 24 hours, then drain well. Canned beans work in a pinch; see instructions below. We do as we were taught in Greece and use extra-virgin olive oil to give the soup a little body and fruity, peppery richness throughout; vigorously whisking in a few tablespoons before serving, rather than just drizzling it on, does the trick. Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight container for up to two days; reheat in a saucepan over low, adding water as needed to thin the consistency.

With climate clock ticking, activists push Biden to act faster

By Andrea Januta
(Reuters) - Climate activists rallied in New York's Union Square on Monday with a message for the Biden administration: Time is running out, but it is not too late.
Along with demands to end fossil fuel reliance, activist leaders unveiled an addition to the digital "climate clock" displayed on a building above the square since September.
The clock now shows the amount of the world's energy supplied from renewable sources, currently at 12% and slowly rising. A timer counts down the years, days and seconds that scientists estimate are left to reach net zero carbon emissions and avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change.

Stock Market Crash! (merged) Pt. 21 : Economics & Finance - Page 8 - Peak Oil News and Message Boards

StarvingLion » Mon 19 Apr 2021, 13:09:36
The FRENCH Sheep 'Will Not Obey'...but 2% are TOTAL RETARDS. Unbelievable. 2% "Oui Oui I want to be EXECUTED right now Wee Wee"...ROFLMAO. And how bout MACARONI THE RETARD telling the young to commit suicide by taking the kill-shot What a fucking low-life POS.
98% of French teachers say ‘non’ to AstraZeneca: Mass vaccination centre offering jab to over-55s is forced to close after just 58 people out of 3,000 signed up
French teachers in the city of Nice have overwhelmingly rejected AstraZeneca’s Covid jab after just 58 out of a possible 3,000 signed up to be vaccinated.
The jabs were being offered at a mass vaccination centre in Nice’s Palais des Expositions this weekend, with 4,000 available to those aged over 55 in high-risk occupations, meaning 3,000 teachers eligible to take part.

Tattersalls Ireland Goresbridge Breeze Up Sale Catalog Now Online - Horse Racing News

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Tattersalls Ireland Goresbridge Breeze Up Sale Catalog Now Online
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A quality selection of 2-year-olds make up the 2021 Tattersalls Ireland Goresbridge Breeze Up Sale catalog which is now online, while hard copies will be mailed out in the coming days.
The breeze will take place on Wednesday, June 2 at 9 a.m. at the Rowley Mile with the sale taking place on Thursday, June 3 at 10:30 a.m. at Tattersalls Park Paddocks headquarters in Newmarket.
Tattersalls Ireland Goresbridge Breeze Up Sale graduates have been performing well on the track with recent winners including Haqeeqy who impressed at Doncaster winning the Lincoln for John & Thady Gosden and HH Sheikha Hissa Hamdan Al Maktoum. Haqeeqy topped the 2019 sale when he was purchased for €175,000 by Blandford Bloodstock from Oak Tree Farm.

US Vows To Lead On Climate, Press World To Reduce Coal

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US vows to lead on climate, press world to reduce coal
Tue 20th April 2021 | 12:00 AM
Washington, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 19th Apr, 2021 ) :The United States will press all nations to reduce reliance on coal, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday, warning "we won't have much of a world left" without stronger leadership fromWashington on climate change.
"Our diplomats will challenge the practices of countries whose action -- or inaction -- is setting us back," Blinken was to say in a speech ahead of President Joe Biden's climate summit later this week, according to early excerpts.
"When countries continue to rely on coal for a significant amount of their energy, or invest in new coal factories, or allow for massive deforestation, they will hear from the United States and our partners about how harmful these actions are," he said.

Syrian victims of chemical weapons attacks file complaint with Swedish police

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Syrian victims of chemical weapons attacks file complaint with Swedish police
Complaint filed with Swedish police against Syrian authorities, including President Bashar al-Assad, over attacks in 2013 and 2017
A Syrian boy holds an oxygen mask over the face of an infant following a reported gas attack on a rebel-held area in Douma on 22 January 2018 (AFP/File photo)
Published date: 19 April 2021 21:46 UTC
Last update: 1 min 7 sec ago
Lawyers representing victims of suspected chemical weapons attacks in Syria have filed a criminal complaint in Sweden, which calls for a war crimes probe to be opened into alleged actions taken by high-ranking Syrian government officials.

PM's road map for zero emissions by 2050 | Queensland Times

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Coal mining and agriculture heartlands like the Hunter and Riverina will "reap the benefits" of the innovation needed for Australia to reach net zero emissions by 2050 says Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Edging closer to committing to the new emissions target, Mr Morrison used a speech to the Business Council of Australia on Monday night to map out a "path" to achieve net zero without taxation.
"I am not going to tax our industries off the planet," he said.
"We are going to meet our ambitions with the smartest minds, the best technology and the animal spirits of capitalism."
Prime Minister Scott Morrison attends a walk through with Angus Taylor MP, Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction at BlueScope Steel in Port Kembla. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Simon Bullard.

European Commission contacts Ireland on 'concerns' over hotel quarantine

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Mr Donnelly told RTÉ’s Prime Time programme, he was confident the mandatory hotel quarantine was successfully bringing down Covid-19 numbers while “picking up variant cases in the hotel” and described the system as “very robust”.
“I make no apologies to the commissioner, to the Italian ambassador or to anybody else for putting in place the measures that we believe, and our public health experts believe, are the right measures to keep people in this country safe,” he said.
“I’m confident it’s in compliance with Irish law, with EU law, we notified the commission, and indeed EU health ministers agreed that these kind of measures could be taken.”

Italy court dismisses Mediaset's damage bid against Vivendi in pay TV case

By Reuters Staff
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MILAN (Reuters) -A Milan court on Monday rejected a multibillion-euro damage request by Mediaset in a case stemming from the failed sale of the Italian broadcaster’s pay-TV arm to French media giant Vivendi, a court document showed.
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The decision represents the first verdict in the long-running dispute pitting former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, whose family controls Mediaset, against French billionaire Vincent Bollore, a leading investor in Vivendi.
Mediaset and Vivendi have been at loggerheads since 2016, when the French group ditched an accord to buy Mediaset’s loss- making pay-TV unit and then built a 29% stake in the company, which the Italian group considers hostile and illegitimate.

The mother no longer ashamed of her gay son

The mother no longer ashamed of her gay son
In Uganda, gay sex can be punishable by life imprisonment
When Rita heard rumours that her son was gay she refused to believe it.
At the time, she thought that homosexuality was an abomination - a "problem" that happened elsewhere, not in Uganda.
When she finally realised the truth, she felt that something bad had invaded her own home.
"When I confirmed it, I wept. I wept because I could not believe it… I locked myself in and wept," she told the BBC's Comb podcast.
Uganda's hostility towards homosexuality is well known.

One dose of mRNA vaccine may be sufficient for individuals previously infected with SARS-CoV-2

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One dose of mRNA vaccine may be sufficient for individuals previously infected with SARS-CoV-2
A recent scientific report from Israel shows how healthcare workers previously infected with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) present with higher Immunoglobulin G (IgG) titers after receiving one dose of Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in comparison to their fully vaccinated, never-infected counterparts. Conversely, the occurrence of post-vaccination infection does not increase IgG titers. The research paper is currently available on the
medRxiv* preprint server.
As of April 2021, Israel is the country with the highest vaccine coverage against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and their primary approach is the use of mRNA Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine. Consequently, the impact of such herculean public health endeavor on SARS-CoV-2 transmission is now clearly visible, primarily as a substantial decrease of viral spread.

Navigating Indian Defense Outreach with the Gulf

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Brief Analysis
As India seeks to grow in its self-reliance, developing more balanced relations with the Gulf will strengthen ties while helping to balance against Chinese influence in the region.
In May 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that India would pursue 
Atmanirbhar Bharat, or the ‘self reliant India’ initiative—a call for India to boost its independence in meeting its national security requirements and defense manufacturing. In exploring this new initiative, India should extend the tenants of the 
Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative to its relations with the Gulf. Initial steps such as the Indian army chief’s unprecedented visit to Saudi Arabia and the UAE are necessary and important in this regard, but Indian-Gulf relations must be further developed and balanced. This development should focus on establishing greater Indian independence while deepening regional ties, all while remaining mindful of concurrent Chinese efforts in the region. 

Why the Afterpay (ASX:APT) share price is in focus

Why the Afterpay (ASX:APT) share price is in focus
Ken Hall | April 20, 2021 9:11am |
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Afterpay Ltd (ASX: APT) share price is in focus this morning after the buy now, pay later (BNPL) leader’s latest quarterly results.
Why is the Afterpay share price in focus?
This morning, the company reported “strong operating performance” for the period ended 31 March 2021 (Q3 2021). Performance was strong across all regions with underlying sales up 104% on the prior corresponding period (pcp).
On a constant currency basis, Afterpay reported sales up 123% on Q3 2020. That was helped by strong performance in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Sales in the former jumped 2,211% higher on the pcp with UK sales up 277%.

US vows leadership in global fight to counter climate change

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US vows leadership in global fight to counter climate change
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State Department to designate most countries with 'Do Not Travel' advisory

State Department to designate most countries with ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory
Hannah Sampson
Travelers walk through a pickup area in the arrivals section at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
The State Department said Monday that it would start updating its travel advisories this week to drastically increase the number of countries that get the “Level 4: Do Not Travel” designation.
In a statement, the department said roughly 80 percent of countries worldwide would soon be marked at the highest warning level. As of Monday afternoon, about 16 percent of countries had that label.
“This alignment better reflects the current, unpredictable, and ever-evolving threat posed by covid-19,” the department said in an email. “We continue to strongly recommend U.S. citizens reconsider all travel abroad, and postpone their trips if possible.”

India's capital faces weeklong lockdown amid explosive surge in Covid-19 cases

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India’s capital faces weeklong lockdown amid explosive surge in Covid-19 cases
Updated Apr 19, 2021;
Posted Apr 19, 2021
A health worker takes a mouth swab sample of a man to test for Covid-19 as others wait their turn to get tested at a hospital in Hyderabad, India, Monday, April 19, 2021. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)AP
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New Delhi — New Delhi imposed a weeklong lockdown Monday night to prevent the collapse of the Indian capital’s health system, which authorities said had been pushed to its limit amid an explosive surge in coronavirus cases.
In scenes familiar from surges elsewhere, ambulances catapulted from one hospital to another, trying to find an empty bed over the weekend, while patients lined up outside of medical facilities waiting to be let in. Ambulances also idled outside of crematoriums, carrying half a dozen dead bodies each. In an effort to combat crisis, India announced that it would soon expand its vaccination campaign to all adults.

Blinken warns US is falling behind China in race to capitalize on climate opportunities

Blinken warns US is falling behind China in race to capitalize on climate opportunities
US Secretary of State Tony Blinken said that “coming up short” in efforts to address climate change “will have major repercussions” for US national security and its economy, warning that the country is falling behind China on renewable energy and pushing for greater investment in green technologies.
“Right now, we’re falling behind. China is the largest producer and exporter of solar panels, wind turbines, batteries, and electric vehicles. It holds nearly a third of the world’s renewable energy patents,” Blinken said.
“If we don’t catch up, America will miss the chance to shape the world’s climate future in a way that reflects our interests and values, and we’ll lose out on countless jobs for the American people,” he said.

India's capital to lock down amid explosive virus surge

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India's capital to lock down amid explosive virus surge
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NEW DELHI — New Delhi imposed a weeklong lockdown Monday night to prevent the collapse of the Indian capital's health system, which authorities said had been pushed to its limit amid an explosive surge in coronavirus cases.
In scenes familiar from surges elsewhere, ambulances catapulted from one hospital to another, trying to find an empty bed over the weekend, while patients lined up outside of medical facilities waiting to be let in. Ambulances also idled outside of crematoriums, carrying half a dozen dead bodies each. In an effort to combat crisis, India announced that it would soon expand its vaccination campaign to all adults.

Despite first deal with one union group, 73,000 Quebec teachers still planning April 27 walkout

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While Quebec teachers unionized with one group will soon be asked to vote on their agreement in principle, the members of another major union are still planning a walkout on April 27 over their lack of a deal.
The 49,000 teachers unionized with the Autonomous Federation of Teachers, or the FAE, will be called upon, "in the coming weeks," to vote on the agreement in principle, which took one more step on Friday when it was ratified by their federal negotiating council.
The tentative deal has gotten some praise so far, from both sides. Quebec Minister of Education Jean-François Roberge described it as a "giant leap for the recognition" of teachers.

BUDGET: Liberals spend billions on clean technology

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OTTAWA — Pushing the private sector to develop clean technology — and heavy emitters to adopt it — is where billions in new money will flow from the Liberals’ 2021 budget pledge to tackle climate change.
Around $17 billion is promised to be spent in the years ahead to promote a “green” recovery out of the COVID-19 pandemic and create jobs.
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Included in that is $5 billion more into a fund meant to be spent on projects used by industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

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