Coast Guard intercepts migrant ship off Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO – The crew of Coast Guard Joseph Tezanos repatriated 38 migrants to the Dominican Republic on Friday, after intercepting their boat Thursday in the waters of Mona Passage near Desecheo Island, Puerto Rico. Interception and repatriation are part of the ongoing efforts of partner agencies of …

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PH manning sector: surfing the waves of change

Marina administrator Robert Empedrad FILE PHOTO The Philippine maritime industry and the staffing sector after a year of brutal waves of change caused by the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic. “We are now improving our crew change procedures to such an extent that they are appreciated and adopted by other countries,” …

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The BoG attacks recalcitrant exporters

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has taken export repatriation law enforcement to the next level by involving the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service. The move aims to help the central bank deal with exporters who flout article 15 of the 2006 Foreign Exchange Law, Law 723, …

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CIL: Maintain “buy” with a target price of Rs 234

CIL has downgraded its fiscal year 22 drawdown target to $ 660 million, depending on factors such as electricity demand, covid disruptions, import substitution, etc. Key takeaways from Coal India (CIL’s) Q4FY21 conference call: 1) Although demand was impacted between March and May 21, YTDFY21 production and picks were robust …

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Urban Affairs – Unicameral update

Lawmakers established inland port authorities, implemented the provisions of a constitutional amendment related to economic development, updated the annexation law, and created a register for building inspectors. LB156, presented by Omaha Senator Justin Wayne, establishes up to five inland port authorities in Nebraska. An inland port authority can be established …

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Patrick Williams snubbed from First Team All-Rookie

Small rookie striker of the Chicago Bulls, Patrick williams, 19, was snubbed out of selection for the NBA All-Rookie First Team, but instead was selected as the All-Rookie Second Team. Williams, also known as PWill or PDub, had an exceptional rookie season with the Chicago Bulls. The Chicago Bulls saw …

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G7 countries aim to stifle tax competition

For several decades now, politicians around the world have tried to restrict tax competition to make it easier for them to increase tax burdens on their citizens without them fleeing to other lower tax jurisdictions. The best way to achieve their goal is to create a high-tax global cartel. If …

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Virgin land as the founder of Ovo takes flight

Stephen Fitzpatrick: mobile up Ovo Energy founder Stephen Fitzpatrick has Talk about modeling his business on Richard Branson’s Virgin empire. They share an enthusiasm for getting things off the ground. Belfast-born Fitzpatrick last week unveiled plans to topple its electric air taxi developer, Vertical Aerospace, on the New York Stock …

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Ukrainian woman, seven children repatriated from Syria

Ukrainian government repatriates Ukrainian woman and her seven children from Syria, reported an RFE / RL correspondent on the Syrian-Iraqi border. Officials said the operation was organized by the Kiev government with the support of authorities in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region. The family had been held at Roj camp in …

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Iraqis repatriated from the Syrian camp of Al-Hol

06/15/2021 Iraq (International Christian Concern) – Ninety-four Iraqi families were recently repatriated to Iraq from the Syrian al-Hol camp. The Al-Hol camp is a notorious radical breeding ground for supporters of the Islamic State, although victims of ISIS and of many nationalities are also present. This is the first round …

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Tax holidays | Canadian HR Reporter

All of this means that many workers do not take their vacation, which can lead to multiple problems for employers and employees. It has been recognized that vacations allow workers to recharge their batteries and take a break, which contributes to more productivity and engagement – engaged employees are more …

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NDT 4.0 – Automated interpretation of industrial radiographic images – Metrology and Quality news

With digital x-ray detectors and highly automated inspection systems, manufacturers can dramatically optimize their quality control and assurance processes. However, due to the higher part throughput, the evaluation and interpretation of x-ray images can become an expensive bottleneck. Advanced technologies such as automated fault detection (ADR) and artificial intelligence (AI) …

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Route network update for Air Seychelles

Air Seychelles to lay off 11 pilots 11.06.2021 – 20:29 UTC Air Seychelles (HM, Mahé) will lay off 11 pilots, citing the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the reduction of flights and the continued closure of markets on the airline’s network. “Based on the expected recovery scenarios, Air Seychelles …

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FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Child Tax Credit Awareness Day, Issues Guidelines for Unprecedented Investments in US Rescue Plan to Support Parents and Healthy Child Development

Child Care Development Fund Flexible Funding Funding for the stabilization of childcare services Total TOTAL 14 960 830 000 23,975,000,000 38 935 830 000 STATES Alabama 281 637 028 451 360 337 732 997 365 Alaska 28 288 483 45 336 010 73 624 493 Arizona 372 151 615 596 …

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Ulstein floats on the X-Bow expedition cruise ship

The expedition cruise ship is placed on the development dock (Photo: Ulstein Group / Per Eide Studio) Posted on June 10, 2021 at 5:45 p.m. by The maritime executive Norwegian Ulstein Verft has launched a new expedition cruise ship continuing the company’s introduction of the unique X-Bow design to the …

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The 10 Best Freezer Chests of 2021

Staff, courtesy of Saba There was a huge rush for freezer boxes at the start of the pandemic, but retailers have finally caught up with demand. As life returns to normal, many people realize that it’s important to have a few extra batches of chili and lasagna – and the …

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McConnell denounces ‘radical’, ‘waste of time’ Dem agenda as Schumer attacks GOP for ‘obstruction and traffic jam’

McConnell denounces ‘radical’, ‘waste of time’ Dem agenda as Schumer attacks GOP for ‘obstruction and traffic jam’

Leader of the minority in the Senate Mitch mcconnell and majority leader Chuck schumer fought Wednesday in the Senate over the Democrats’ legislative agenda, which McConnell says is “designed to fail” so Schumer can convince others Democrats to end the filibuster. Schumer, DN.Y., meanwhile accused Republicans of choosing “filibuster and …

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What is flexible leave? | Careers

Flexible time off is one of those workplace perks that companies tout when hiring and that employees crave, especially after a stressful year of canceled vacations and disrupted daily life. So how does flexible time off work and is it a perk you should be looking for in your next …

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EY, Telecom News, ET Telecom

New Delhi: The second wave of COVID-19 has accelerated digital piracy in India, which was already on the rise when the pandemic hit the country last year, causing original content creators to lose money by up to five times what they earn from real screens, according to a senior official …

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Whatsapp launches new speed reading feature for desktop and mobile phones for those who are tired of listening to hour-long voicemail messages without having to worry about changing the pitch of the sender’s voice / Digital Information World

Whatsapp reading speed was introduced some time ago on desktop computers and is now available on cellphones too and people can’t stop talking about it! Although Whatsapp introduced voicemail messages in 2013, no new major updates were seen in the following years. Until recently, when Whatsapp decided to launch voice …

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Stop recording national repatriations – FBC News

Registration for national repatriation will close on June 5 at midnight. Fijians are advised to register to return home, before the closing date. They are reminded that they can only travel for serious reasons, such as a permanent move or medical reasons. The article continues after the advertisement The Ministry …

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The Wizards’ season is coming to an end

The Wizards’ 2020-21 season ended bluntly with a 17-point loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, who were playing without their best player, Joel Embiid. Despite the absence of an MVP-level artist, the Sixers beat the Wizards to close the series 4-1. The Wizards have had their own injuries, of course. Starting …

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Distant water fishing is rampant in our oceans

The outcry generated last year, when a flotilla of around 325 Chinese ships were seen fishing just outside the Galapagos Sanctuary, still resonates today. What were so many Chinese ships doing more than 9,500 miles from their reference ports? The nutrient-rich waters around the Ecuadorian archipelago are a great reason …

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Cisco Designs UCS X-Series and Intersight Servers for Hybrid Cloud

Cisco’s next-generation UCS servers and Intersight software are designed for hybrid and multi-cloud environments. The company also laid the groundwork for eventually supporting the pooling of disaggregated compute, storage, and memory resources, an approach similar to HPE’s composable infrastructure. Cisco’s new UCS X-Series servers, announced Wednesday, will ship with Intersight, …

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The dangers of deforestation for our planet

Forests are an important part of the global ecosystem. Due to factors such as population and agricultural expansion, deforestation and illegal timber trade, the current protection of forests faces a serious situation. Many countries and international organizations actively participate in various projects, discuss and summarize their experiences, strengthen cooperation and …

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Jon Snow White cat repatriated to the Philippines

Pia Lee-Brago (The Philippine Star) – June 2, 2021 – 00h00 MANILA, Philippines – A short-haired domestic cat named Jon Snow White is the first pet to be repatriated to the Philippines due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Karen Vinalay, a Filipino overseas worker, artistic director for 10 years in Myanmar, …

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Government of the Northwest Territories wants repatriation arrivals processed at Darwin Airport rather than at the RAAF base

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the Northwest Territories government is awaiting a “firm deal” between Darwin Airport and the Commonwealth government on a plan that would see international repatriation arrivals processed at Darwin airport. Key points: Government says it follows a recommendation from Australia’s head nurse Mr Gunner …

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