Navitas and Anker team up on new generation mobile fast chargers

Article by: Navitas Semiconductor Navitas Semiconductor and Anker Innovations have signed a new strategic partnership to develop and launch GaNFast chargers. Navitas Semiconductor and Anker Innovations have signed a new strategic partnership, whereby dedicated engineering teams from Navitas and Anker will be co-located at Anker’s offices to develop and launch …

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Google’s Irish branch closes € 345million settlement with Revenue

GOOGLE Ireland reached a settlement of € 345.2 million with the Revenue Commissioners, but still managed to pay its parent company a dividend of € 3 billion in 2021. he internet giant has revealed payments on newly filed accounts for the Irish branch of the US group. The settlement with …

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260 Koreans from Sakhalin return home

As of Saturday, some 260 Koreans from Sakhalin – ethnic Koreans who were forced to settle in the island of Russia’s far east by their Japanese colonizers during World War II – are expected to arrive in their ancestral homeland, the Foreign Ministry announced Thursday. The repatriation is in line …

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WinGD says its engines will be able to run on methanol from 2024 and ammonia from 2025

Swiss engine designer WinGD, a leading developer of two-stroke low-speed gasoline and diesel engines used for propulsion in the merchant navy, said its engines will be able to run on methanol and ammonia from from 2024 and 2025 respectively. WinGD’s multi-fuel solutions will be based on its well-established diesel X …

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Damascus and Moscow do all they can to help refugees return home – Syrian ambassador – world

ROSTOV-SUR-DON, November 23. / TASS /. The Syrian government, acting with the support of Russia, has done everything in its power to create the conditions necessary to promote the return of Syrian refugees to their country of origin, Syrian Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad said during of a meeting with …

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Reasonableness: The Basis of Federal Immunity for Health Professional Review Boards

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The riddle of Jerome Hunter

The Xavier Mousquetaires are off to a good start this season. After a few shaky first games, X toppled Ohio State and then wiped out Norfolk State. The reason was a tenacious defense and rebounds that exceeded all expectations. Transfer forward Jerome Hunter’s play was significant in both cases. Xavier …

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Hopes grow for the return of historical treasures from abroad

Calls have been made to repatriate Irish historical treasures held abroad in order to reinvigorate tourism and local economies in the country. Earlier this year, the National Museum of Ireland pledged to repatriate artefacts looted from Nigeria by colonial soldiers in the 1890s. Similar acts of cultural repatriation – bringing …

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KUWTT: US plans to strengthen defense ties with PH | 22 November 2021

Good day. Here are the articles from the Manila Times of Monday, November 22, 2021. The United States has strengthened its defense ties with PH SEN. Panfilo “Ping” Lacson said the United States was studying the possibility of strengthening its Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) with the Philippines to prevent …

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UNHCR calls on Tajikistan to prevent repatriation of Afghan refugees at risk

Tajikistan is deporting Afghan asylum seekers, which is of concern to the United Nations Refugee Agency, UNHCR. According to UNHCR reports, 11 men, women and children were deported to Afghanistan without their asylum and protection claims being considered on November 11. UNHCR is particularly concerned about the growing number of …

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