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Army officer who sexually harassed woman kept job at AFM, says Cassola

A male army officer who harassed a woman with sexual photos taken at the premises of the Armed Forces of Malta has not been punished despite police investigation into the matter, Arnold Cassola has claimed. The independent election candidate said AFM Brigadier Jeffrey Curmi and Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg both …

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Liz Truss Criticizes NATO Defense Spending – ‘We’ll Have to Spend More’ | United Kingdom | News

On Wednesday, the Foreign Secretary appeared on GB News to discuss the Ukraine crisis and she mentioned defense spending in the UK and across NATO. She said: ‘For years and years Russia has been building up its military forces, it has been investing in high tech military capabilities, we as …

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Indonesia. Dutch apologize for ‘extreme violence’ in War of Independence | Politics News

Prime Minister Mark Rutte apologizes after a study by Dutch and Indonesian researchers shattered the long-held belief that there were only isolated cases of violence. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has apologized to Indonesia after a study found the Dutch military used ‘systematic and extreme violence’ in a futile attempt …

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Trudeau plans to invoke Emergencies Act in response to protests: sources

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told his caucus he would invoke the never-before-used Emergencies Act to give the federal government additional powers to manage anti-vaccine mandate protests across the country, sources say. . The sources, who were not authorized to speak publicly, said the prime minister informed the premiers of his …

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Rarotonga flight listed as Covid-19 place of interest

There could be “silent transmission” of Covid-19 in Rarotonga after someone tested positive on their return to New Zealand, Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown has said. The Cook Islands have reopened to visitors, but everyone must follow certain rules, including using the CookSafe app. Photo: RNZ / Jamie Tahana …

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Roussin says model shows Manitoba’s Omicron wave ‘peaked’ as new province sets new hospitalization record

The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 set a new record for the third day in a row on the same day the Manitoba government announced it was preparing to relax the province’s pandemic health orders. Seven more people in Manitoba have died from the coronavirus, and there are 744 …

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Boris Johnson says ‘no one told me’ Number 10 garden party was against the rules | Political news

Boris Johnson said ‘no one told me’ the Number 10 garden party during lockdown was ‘against the rules’, but two members of the 2019 admission of Tory MPs told Sky News that to other letters of no-confidence to the Prime Minister were in preparation. submission. the Prime Minister said he …

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Liz Truss’ lavish spending – at taxpayer expense | Letters

I was interested to see the prices paid by Liz Truss at an “event” lunch at 5 Hertford Street (Liz Truss asked for public funds to cover £ 3,000 for lunch on January 2nd). As of January 4, independent wine merchants were offering red Coudoulet de Beaucastel between £ 19.99 …

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COVID-19: Several hospitals report critical incidents as nurses call for more restrictions “without delay” | UK News

Several hospitals have declared critical incidents amid warnings that the NHS is “in a state of crisis” over staff shortages caused by the coronavirus and mounting pressures. In a letter to Health Secretary Sajid Javid, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) said the NHS could ‘badly afford’ the current level …

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Japan targets record defense spending in 2022 with 10th consecutive annual increase

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida speaks to the media at his official residence at the close of a Special Diet session in Tokyo, Japan, December 21, 2021. Yoshikazu Tsuno / Pool via REUTERS TOKYO – The government of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida approved record defense spending on Friday, with …

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EU urged not to undermine debt rules with green spending incentives

EU member states will still need to come up with “credible” plans to reduce their debts, even if they have more leeway to make green investments, a senior EU official said in a statement. challenge to countries wishing to relax EU spending rules. Brussels is examining potential reforms of the …

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Breaking News: Nation Knows How UP Empowers Women, Says Prime Minister Modi

Live Breaking News from December 21, 2021: Get the latest news, breaking news, latest updates, live news, top headlines, latest business news and top news of the day. Find quick updates on the latest news as soon as it is posted. Updated 21 Dec. 2021 14:22 IST Throughindustantimes.com, New Delhi …

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Why Global Technology Turns To Indian Talent, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Twitter’s new CEO, Parag Agrawal, is the latest alumnus of prestigious Indian tech universities to lead a multi-billion dollar US tech company, and Shivani Nandgaonkar wants to follow in his footsteps. The 22-year-old student from the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay – Agrawal’s alma mater – has already been …

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How a shortage of wooden pallets could affect supermarket supplies this Christmas

A nationwide shortage of wooden pallets could threaten the supermarket supply chain as Christmas approaches. Key points: Sawmills, union and Food and Grocery Council say there is a shortage of wood to make pallets Unions, National Party blame Victorian government restrictions on native logging Australian Food and Grocery Council fears …

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Conflicting spending and slow pace disrupt Trudeau government’s emission reduction plans: environment commissioner

A report by Environment and Sustainable Development Commissioner Jerry DeMarco said that although the country’s emissions growth is slower than its economic growth, Canada’s emissions have increased since the signing of the 2015 Paris Agreement. , “Which makes it the least efficient of all the G7 countries”.JP Moczulski / The …

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The pound changed little before Sunak’s spending plans

Band Stefano Rebaudo October 27 (Reuters) – The pound was little changed on Wednesday ahead of a biannual public finance and economic outlook update from UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak. Sunak will try to show he is pulling Britain out of the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday by announcing multibillion-pound investments …

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Malcolm Turnbull on Murdoch, the Lies and the Climate Crisis: “The Same Forces That Enabled Trump Are At Work In Australia” | australian politics

TThe United States has suffered the highest number of deaths from Covid-19: around 600,000 at the time of writing. The same political and media players who deny the reality of global warming have also denied and politicized the Covid-19 virus. To his credit, Donald Trump has poured billions into Operation …

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Prime Minister and Chancellor turn around: now say they will self-isolate after outcry over ‘stupid’ plan to avoid staying home | Politics News

Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak will now self-isolate following outcry over their plans to avoid staying home after Sajid Javid tested positive for COVID-19, Downing Street said. After Mr. Javid, the newly appointed health secretary, contracted the coronavirus and went into quarantine, it was believed that a number of other …

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Rescuers rush to find survivors of deadly floods in Europe

AHRWEILER, Germany – The tombstones have been knocked over, almost completely submerged in the mud. Nearby, a destroyed SUV appeared to have fallen from the sky. But the damage in the medieval walled town of Ahrweiler, Germany on Saturday was not unique. In large swathes of western Germany and several …

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Dutch journalist De Vries dies after being shot in the street

Well-known criminal journalist shot dead on July 6 in Amsterdam street Two men still in custody as murder suspects Dutch Prime Minister vows to bring the perpetrator of the shooting to justice Media watchdog says Europe fails to protect its journalists AMSTERDAM, July 15 (Reuters) – Famous Dutch criminal journalist …

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New investment in public transit to create jobs, grow the economy and rebuild stronger communities in British Columbia

Investing in public transit infrastructure strengthens communities, cuts commute times for Canadians, helps people access affordable housing, and helps fight climate change. That’s why the Government of Canada is making smart investments in public transit that will create and support good, middle-class jobs and help us rebuild for a cleaner, …

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Today’s Telegraph Headlines

Welcome to your early morning Telegraph press briefing – a recap of the main stories we cover on Monday. To receive twice-daily briefings by email, subscribe for free to our Front Page newsletter. 1. Pension raid to pay for the Covid pandemic Treasury officials are making plans for a fall …

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Ontario Reports 318 New COVID-19 Cases Sunday

Ontario reported 318 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, up from 355 new cases on Saturday. The province is also reporting 12 more deaths. The new case count includes 45 cases in Toronto, 51 cases in Waterloo region, 49 cases in Peel region, 26 cases in Ottawa and 20 cases …

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Chinese Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine launched in the Pacific

A Chinese COVID-19 vaccine has been launched in the Pacific as the Solomon Islands Deputy Prime Minister received the first vaccine against Sinopharm in the region. Key points: Tens of thousands of doses of Sinopharm have been donated in Solomon Islands and PNG Australia pledged to donate its locally made …

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