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Damascus: US responsible for adverse results of criminal Syria policies

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Wednesday, 14 April 2021 5:32 AM  
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In this file picture, US occupation forces gather around their military vehicles near Omar oil field in the eastern Syrian Dayr al-Zawr province on March 23, 2019. (Photo by AFP)
Damascus says the US is fully responsible for the adverse outcome of its criminal policies against Syria, calling on Washington to stop its intervention in the Arab country’s domestic affairs and compensate for the losses the nation has suffered as a result of the American military aggression and troop deployment.
“Developments and facts have unquestionably proven the involvement of the US and its proxies across the region and worldwide in an unprecedented terrorist war against the Syrian Arab Republic,” Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates said in a statement on Tuesday.

SC intervention sought in medical colleges enrolment issues

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Islamabad : The youth seeking enrolment in private medical and dental colleges have called for the Supreme Court’s intervention on admission anomalies for corrective measures.They alleged that...

Cuban scientists, health workers received first anti-Covid-19 dose

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Cuban scientists, health workers received first anti-Covid-19 dose
Cuban scientists, health workers received first anti-Covid-19 dose
Havana, Apr 11 (Prensa Latina) Scientists and health personnel from the Cuban capital who participate in the intervention study with two of this country's anti-Covid-19 candidates are currently vaccinated with the first dose.
'The administration of the first dose of the Cuban vaccine candidates Soberana 02 and Abdala to the 75,000 health and Biocubafarma workers who are part of the intervention study developed in Havana, concluded,' Cuba's Ministry of Public Health reported on Twitter.
This is a controlled intervention study for at-risk populations, which includes health workers and the Group of Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Industries of Cuba (BioCubaFarma).

Cuba administers over 62,000 doses in intervention trials

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Cuba administers over 62,000 doses in intervention trials
Cuba administers over 62,000 doses in intervention trials
Havana, Apr 5 (Prensa Latina) Over 62,000 people belonging to the controlled intervention trials with Cuba's vaccine candidates against Covid-19, Soberana 02 and Abdala, have received on Monday their first doses.
The group of Cuba's Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Industries informed so on social networks, and detailed that 61,512 volunteers from the capital received the initial injection of both vaccine candidates indistinctly.
Meanwhile, another 971 subjects of the intervention study in the eastern provinces of Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo have already received the first dose of Abdala.
Soberana 02, designed by Cuba's Finlay Vaccine Institute, began its clinical trial for population segments at high risk of infection on March 23 in Havana, at the same time that it is undergoing the 3rd Phase of its clinical analysis.

'Our Son of a B***': How US Uses 'Human Rights' Against Its Adversaries, Lets Allies off the Hook

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State College's 3/20 Coalition discusses police intervention in mental health crises


State College's 3/20 Coalition hosted Gabby Medina Falzone Monday night to speak at its "Criminalization of Mental Health Crises" event, which discussed the stigma behind mental illness and the misuse of force within the police department on those who are mentally ill.
The event was a part of 3/20 Coalition's "10 Days of Action" series to commemorate the two year anniversary of the death of Osaze Osagie.
Osagie was a 29-year-old Black State College resident who had autism and a history of schizophrenia. He was shot and killed by State College Police officers on March 20, 2019.
When three officers arrived at Osagie’s apartment to serve a mental health warrant, Osagie allegedly ran at the officers with a knife. After an unsuccessful attempt to deploy a Taser on Osagie, he was allegedly shot by Officer M. Jordan Pieniazek.

Chinese state banks seen using FX swaps to absorb dollars, sources say

At least one major state-owned Chinese bank is conducting large currency swaps in mainland markets, possibly as part of efforts to cap the yuan, as domestic banks deal with a heavy influx of dollars, eight sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.

MT schools to receive another federal allocation


HELENA, Mont. - The president’s signature on the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) means an appropriation of $122,774,800,000 will be available to the Department of Education’s Elementary and Secondary School Relief Fund (ESSER III) to be shared amongst the 50 states. According to a press release, Montana’s portion is estimated at $400,000,000. These dollars have yet to reach Montana but will be available through the end of September 2023 with a possible one-year extension.
“Our Montana schools are open for learning,” Superintendent Elsie Arntzen said. “These federal dollars emphasize healing from the disruption caused by the coronavirus and focus on enhanced learning for summer and after school opportunities. Local control at the district level will dictate the manner these funds will be spent to support the unique needs of students.”

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Welcome To IANS Live - LatestNews - Odisha forest fires: Centre to send expert panel

Union Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Prakash Javadekar said this in a statement after Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and BJP MPs from Odisha met him in the national cpaital.A me

Dog reunited with Northland owner after police, animal control intervene

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Dog reunited with Northland owner after police, animal control intervene
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Sky Green (left) and her partner Stephen with Kosmo (right), who was missing for several months. Photo / Supplied
Sky Green (left) and her partner Stephen with Kosmo (right), who was missing for several months. Photo / Supplied
Jenny Ling is the Northern Advocate's feature writer and news [email protected]
A missing dog has been reunited with its rightful owners in the Far North after a desperate four-month search and intervention by police and animal control.
However, while the owner of the brindle dog -

Letters: House prices, building to last and the Erebus memorial

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Letters: House prices, building to last and the Erebus memorial
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Is radical Government intervention needed to make it financially prohibitive for speculators to invest so heavily in property? Photo / Michael Cunningham, File
Is radical Government intervention needed to make it financially prohibitive for speculators to invest so heavily in property? Photo / Michael Cunningham, File
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Letter of the week: John Crockett, Kerikeri
A lot of words have been tossed around regarding the housing crisis, generating more heat than light. Congratulations to Fran O'Sullivan (Weekend Herald, February 27) for providing the best
analysis of the problem to date, and what to do about it.

Culture Minister Gheorghiu: Many heritage buildings need prompt intervention


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Minister of Culture Bogdan Gheorghiu states at 44 years after the 1977 earthquake that many of the heritage buildings need a prompt intervention, recalling that at the level of the institution he leads the National Restoration Program (PNR), which includes 91 objectives, is carried out, according to AGERPRES.
"Many of Romania's heritage buildings need prompt intervention and it is important to prioritize them. The earthquakes do not take into account the country or the season, and yesterday, March 3, 2021, an earthquake of 6.3 on the Richter scale in Greece reminded this. Unfortunately, we do not realize the importance of consolidating and restoring historic monuments or seismic buildings. At the Ministry of Culture, through the National Heritage Institute, the National Program is being carried out. 91 objectives are now included in this program, and in Bucharest, four are in different stages of intervention (Ienachita Vacarescu House, Macca House - 'Vasile Parvan' Institute of Archeology, Zossima Demarat House, No. 33 Serban Voda). A city that has taken care of the built heritage for almost 10 years is the municipality of Oradea, where 80% of real estate at risk has already been rehabilitated," Bogdan Gheorghiu wrote on Facebook on Thursday.

NT Government calls for action on report finding federal laws 'offensive' to Indigenous Territorians

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NT Government calls for action on report finding federal laws 'offensive' to Indigenous Territorians
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NT Attorney-General Selena Uibo has written to her federal counterpart calling for a review of controversial Commonwealth laws.
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When a 55-year-old man was found guilty of having sex with and assaulting his 14-year-old "promised bride" in the mid-2000s, the Northern Territory Supreme Court handed him a two-year sentence, suspended after just one month.
Key points:
The NT government asked the Law Reform Committee to assess the impact of the legislation
The committee found the Commonwealth legislation to be ineffective, disproportionate and discriminatory

10 tips for resuscitating calves

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Calves born after a difficult calving are more likely to need assistance breathing. Clear mucus from the lungs and nose as soon as the calf is born and sticking straw up the calf's nose, and sprinkling cold water in the ears will help the calf recoil and breathe.
In the final instalment of our calving series, the focus is on getting the calf on its feet, sucking the dam and through the first few days of life.
When calves get into difficulty during labour, these animals normally require assistance with breathing and feeding.
Being able to resuscitate calves properly is a skill, and as such, improves with experience. Outlined are the more common methods for resuscitating a newborn calf as soon as the animal hits the ground.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs announcement on the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias' intervention in the Parliamentary Conference of the MED7 group of countries (3 March 2021) - Announcements - Statements


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Ministry of Foreign Affairs announcement on the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias’ intervention in the Parliamentary Conference of the MED7 group of countries (3 March 2021)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs announcement on the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias’ intervention in the Parliamentary Conference of the MED7 group of countries (3 March 2021)
Wednesday, 03 March 2021
Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias participated today, online, in the Inter-Parliamentary Conference of the MED7 group of countries.
In his intervention, the Minister underscored that this year’s meeting is of particular importance, given the developments in the Mediterranean region. In this context, he referred to a number of common challenges, including terrorism, organized crime and border security.

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Crime victim's family concerned about DA Williams' new juvenile crime policies

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Crime victim’s family concerned about DA Williams’ new juvenile crime policies
Victim's family worries about Orleans DA's new juvenile crime policies
By Natasha Robin | February 25, 2021 at 5:43 PM CST - Updated February 25 at 5:43 PM
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Life will never be the same for crime victim, Darrelle Scott and his family. A juvenile shot Darrelle three years ago, paralyzing him for life.
“I’m suffering every day. I’m in pain 24/7. I take about 12 different medications a day and I’m in therapy,” says Scott.
“Darrelle is my son, and I have experienced so much from the night we received the call until now, and it hurts,” says Latrell Forbes.

Ten tips for dealing with calving problems

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Ten tips for dealing with calving problems 2021-02-17

Vijayan seeks PM Modi's intervention over border restrictions with Karnataka

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Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], February 23 (ANI): Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday requested the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi over travel restrictions imposed by Karnataka on passengers arriving from his state due to surge in COVID-19 cases.

Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Market Trends 2021: Drivers, Strategies, Latest Innovations, Key Indicators, Business Size & Share and Competitive Landscape Forecast to 2023

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(MENAFN - America News Hour) The Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Market is thriving on account of the rising awareness amongst individuals for the benefits of maintaining a good health and the increasing need for high quality healthcare services amongst individuals. With the increasing prevalence of diseases worldwide, people are opting for products that help them to stay fit and are also investing more on healthcare services. Alternatively, pharmaceutical manufacturers, along with other healthcare companies that manufactures devices and equipment, are increasingly focusing on the research and development of advanced treatment, drugs and equipment for the diagnosis and treatment of the diseases and for developing healthcare products. Organizations are raising their R & D expenses year-on-year so as to deliver quality healthcare products in the years to come. The advancements in the healthcare sector are also supported by the governments of nations worldwide with numerous financial aids.

Supreme Court's continual intervention in polls process

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Supreme Court's continual intervention in polls process
ECP and apex court have been at odds on a number of occasion in last decade
A file photo of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. PHOTO: EXPRESS
ISLAMABAD:
Since the restoration of judges in March 2009, the Supreme Court has been actively intervening in different elections processes.
During the tenure of former chief justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Chaudhry from March 2009 to 2013, the apex court closely examined the election process by conducting hearings in several cases.
Firstly, hearing PTI chief Imran Khan’s petition, the SC had ordered the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to finalize voter lists until February 23, 2012 but the ECP could not meet the court’s deadline and the ECP officials had faced tough time in the apex court.

Exclusive: Vietnam intervened in currency markets weeks after U.S. censure: sources


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HANOI/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - After being branded a “currency manipulator” by the United States in December for trying to keep the dong from rising in value, Vietnam is again intervening in foreign exchange markets and using what traders say is an unusual method to do so, according to six people familiar with the matter and a review of an interbank trading message.
FILE PHOTO: A Vietnam Dong note is seen in this illustration photo May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration/File Photo
Early in January, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) told some local banks it would cease its regular purchase of U.S. dollars in the spot market, where the trade settles within days, according to two senior currency traders and an analyst, who all work at local banks and have direct involvement in the trades.

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